Scotland Under-20s to play Six Nations matches at Scotstoun

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Duncan Munn is one of the Scotland Under-20s players returning from last season. Image: © Craig Watson -
Duncan Munn is one of the Scotland Under-20s players returning from last season. Image: © Craig Watson -

SCOTLAND UNDER-20s will play their three home matches in this season’s Six Nations at Scotstoun Stadium, home of Glasgow Warriors, having been based at the DAM Health Stadium in Edinburgh last season.

Kenny Murray’s team will open their campaign away to England at Twickenham Stoop on Friday 3rd February (kick-off 7pm). They will play their first game at Scotstoun on Friday 10th February against Wales (7.15pm kick-off) before taking on France away on Friday 24th February (kick-off 8pm), followed by two more home games at Scotstoun against Ireland on Friday 10th March (kick-off 7:15pm) and Italy on Sunday 19th March (at 2pm).

“We’re delighted to be making Scotstoun our home for the 2023 Under-20 Six Nations campaign,” said head coach Murray. “It’s a quality ground and a fast surface which will make for three entertaining games against Wales, Ireland and Italy.

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“Our wider U20 group have been training regionally in the lead up to yesterday’s U20 1872 Cup and now the focus will shift to being a central group as we come together in the lead up to the Under-20 Six Nations.”

In Tuesday night’s ‘Junior’ 1872 Cup match, full-back Andy McLean – who plays his club rugby for Glasgow Hawks – kicked a last-minute conversion of GHA utility-back Aminio Bogidrau’s try for the Warriors to secure 28-28 draw.

Warriors’ other points all came in the first half through tries by Adam Flynn, Ali Rogers and Duncan Munn, plus three conversions from Richie Simpson,

Meanwhile, captain Corey Tait scored two tries for Edinburgh, while Brodie Young and Craig Davidson dotted down once each, with Harris Rutherford and Luke Townsend sharing the four successful conversions equally.

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  1. Why Scoutstoun? Glasgow does not care for rugby in comparison to Edinburgh, especially youth rugby has been particularly poor from the clubs there.

    Bring it to the Burgh.


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