Scotland women's national rugby union team

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Scotland
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Union Scottish Rugby Union
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Team kit
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Change kit
First international
Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland 10–0 Ireland  IRFU flag.svg
( Raeburn Place 14 February 1993)
Largest win
Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland 84–0 Russia  Flag of Russia.svg
( Enköping, Sweden 17 May 2009)
Largest defeat
Flag of England.svg  England 89–0 Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg
( Twickenham, England 13 March 2011)
World Cup
Appearances4 (First in 1994)
Best result5th, 1994

The Scotland women's national rugby union team has competed in five of the Women's Rugby World Cups and have an important role in the rugby world stage. The governing body in Scotland for women's rugby is Scottish Rugby.Clare Cribbes was the youngest player to ever play for Scotland in a World Cup

The Women's Rugby World Cup is the premier international competition in rugby union for women. The tournament is organised by the sport's governing body, World Rugby. The championships are currently held every four years; the event was most recently held in Ireland in 2017. World Rugby has reset the tournament on a new four-year cycle to avoid conflict with the Olympics and Women's World Cup Sevens; World Cups will thus be held every four years after 2017.

Contents

History

Scotland have appeared in five World Cups since their debut in 1994. They also qualified for the tournament in 1998, 2002 and 2006 and 2010. They did not qualify for the 2014 tournament.

The 1994 Women's Rugby World Cup was the second world cup for women. It was originally scheduled to be held in the Amsterdam, Netherlands but was cancelled only weeks before. However, a replacement competition was organised around the same dates in Scotland. England beat the defending champions USA 38–23 in the final.

The 1998 Women's Rugby World Cup was the first world cup fully sanctioned by the International Rugby Board (IRB) and the third Women's Rugby World Cup in history. The tournament took place in Amsterdam, in the Netherlands and was the first women's world cup held outside of the United Kingdom.

The 2002 Women's Rugby World Cup was the second World Cup fully sanctioned by the sports governing body the International Rugby Board (IRB). The tournament was held in Barcelona, Spain. The format was the same as the previous tournament and again 16 nations competed.

Results summary

(Full internationals only)
Correct as of 27 November 2016

Rugby: Scotland internationals 1993–
OpponentFirst gamePlayedWonDrawnLostPercentage
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia 199920020.00%
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium 20091100100.00%
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 1994610516.67%
Flag of England.svg  England 19942520238.00%
Flag of France.svg  France 199823501821.74%
IRFU flag.svg  Ireland 1993251401156.00%
Flag of Italy.svg  Italy 198816511031.25%
Flag of Kazakhstan.svg  Kazakhstan 20061100100.00%
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands 1995650183.33%
Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand 199430030.00%
Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 19942200100.00%
Flag of Samoa.svg  Samoa 20021100100.00%
Flag of South Africa.svg  South Africa 201020020.00%
Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 199719120763.16%
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 19949900100.00%
Flag of the United States.svg  United States 1998510420.00%
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales 1993281301546.43%
Summary199317472110141.38%

Squad

The following players were called up for the 2017 Women's Rugby World Cup qualifying against Spain on 18 October 2016. [1]

The qualification process for the 2017 Women's Rugby World Cup began on 14 February 2015. Twelve teams qualified for the tournament, which was held in Ireland in 2017.

Spain womens national rugby union team national team representing Spain in womens rugby union

The Spain women's national rugby union team played their first match on 2 May 1989, against France, losing 0-28. The team played the Women's Six Nations from 2000 to 2006, but they were replaced by Italy for 2007, in order to mirror the men's tournament.

Forwards

  • Clare Cribbes
  • Tracy Balmer
  • Sarah Bonar
  • Katie Dougan
  • Karen Dunbar
  • Jemma Forsyth
  • Heather Lockhart
  • Rachel Malcolm
  • Deborah McCormack
  • Louise McMillan
  • Lyndsay O’Donnell
  • Lucy Park
  • Lana Skeldon
  • Lindsey Smith
  • Emma Wassell
 

Backs

  • Megan Gaffney
  • Sarah Law
  • Rhona Lloyd
  • Lisa Martin
  • Jenny Maxwell
  • Helen Nelson
  • Chloe Rollie
  • Eilidh Sinclair
  • Lisa Thompson

Chloe Rollie is a Scottish international rugby union footballer who currently plays as a full-back for Lille Metropole Rugby Club Villeneuvois in the French Top 8.

Forwards

  • Debbie Falconer
  • Jade Konkel
  • Siobhan McMillan
  • Sarah Quick
  • Lisa Robertson
  • Fiona Sim
  • Anna Stodster
 

Backs

  • Claire Bain
  • Caroline Collie
  • Abi Evans
  • Lauren Harris
  • Mairi MacDonald
  • Laura Steven

Results

See Women's international rugby for information about the status of international games and match numbering

Full internationals

[68]
1993-02-14 Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg10–0IRFU flag.svg  Ireland Raeburn Place, Edinburgh [1/1/1]
[79]
1993-12-19 Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg0–23Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Burnbrae, Glasgow [2/14/1]
[80]
1994-02-13 Ireland  IRFU flag.svg0–5Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Ravenhill, Belfast [2/3/2]
[88]
1994-04-13 (WC) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg51–0Flag of Russia.svg  Russia Boroughmuir RFC [4/2/1]
[90]
1994-04-15 (WC) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg0–26Flag of England.svg  England Boroughmuir[5/20/1]
[97]
1994-04-17 (WC) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg0–8Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Melrose [6/18/2]
[102]
1994-04-20 (WC) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg10–3IRFU flag.svg  Ireland Melrose[7/5/3]
[105]
1994-04-23 (WC) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg11–5Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada Boroughmuir[8/14/1]
[109]
1994-04-24 Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg60–0Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Meggetland [9/15/1]
[113]
1994-12-20 Wales  Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg0–5Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland The Brewery Field [21/10/3]
[115]
1995-02-20 Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg20–3IRFU flag.svg  Ireland Myreside, Edinburgh[11/7/4]
[121]
1995-04-30 Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg10–12Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Meggetland, Edinburgh[12/13/1]
[124]
1995-09-23 Netherlands  Flag of the Netherlands.svg5–3Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland ?[27/13/1]
[125]
1996-01-21 (HN) Ireland  IRFU flag.svg0–21Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Blackrock [9/14/5]
[127]
1996-02-18 (HN) Wales  Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg11–6Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Bridgend [24/15/4]
[130]
1996-03-03 (HN) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg8–12Flag of England.svg  England Meggetland, Edinburgh[16/27/2]
[147]
1996-11-30 Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg27–3Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Meggetland[17/31/2]
[149]
1997-01-12 (HN) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg10–0Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Meggetland[18/26/5]
[151]
1997-01-26 (HN) England  Flag of England.svg23–3Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Blackheath [30/19/3]
[154]
1997-02-23 (HN) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg28–3IRFU flag.svg  Ireland Pennypit, Edinburgh[20/14/6]
[159]
1997-04-02 (FIRA) Italy  Flag of Italy.svg7–31Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Nice, France [17/21/2]
[163]
1997-04-04 (FIRA) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg11–10Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Nice, France[22/12/1]
[167]
1997-04-06 (FIRA) England  Flag of England.svg24–8Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Nice, France[36/23/4]
[170]
1997-08-05 Sweden  Flag of Sweden.svg0–42Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Stockholm [17/24/2]
[181]
1998-02-08 (HC) Ireland  IRFU flag.svg0–15Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Old Belvedere, Dublin [19/25/7]
[183]
1998-02-21 Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg19–3Flag of France.svg  France Raeburn Place, Edinburgh[26/44/1]
[184]
1998-03-01 (HC) Wales  Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg12–22Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Cardiff [30/27/6]
[185]
1998-03-21 (HC) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg8–5Flag of England.svg  England Stewarts Melville [28/40/5]
[195]
1998-05-02 (WC) Italy  Flag of Italy.svg8–37Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Amsterdam [20/29/3]
[202]
1998-05-05 (WC) New Zealand  Flag of New Zealand.svg76–0Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Amsterdam[17/30/1]
[207]
1998-05-09 (WC) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg10–25Flag of the United States.svg  United States Amsterdam[31/27/1]
[215]
1998-05-12 (WC) France  Flag of France.svg7–27Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Amsterdam[48/32/2]
[228]
1998-05-16 (WC) Australia  Flag of Australia (converted).svg25–15Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Amsterdam[10/33/1]
[231]
1998-12-05 Spain  Flag of Spain.svg3–5Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland ?[20/34/2]
[233]
1999-02-07 (5N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg23–0Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Inverleith, Edinburgh[35/37/7]
[234]
1999-02-28 (5N) England  Flag of England.svg34–7Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Richmond RFC [48/36/6]
[239]
1999-03-21 (5N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg22–5IRFU flag.svg  Ireland Inverleith, Edinburgh[37/30/8]
[240]
1999-04-09 (5N) France  Flag of France.svg48–18Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Melun [53/38/3]
[247]
1999-04-19 (FIRA) Italy  Flag of Italy.svg15–43Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Belluno, Italy [25/39/4]
[251]
1999-04-21 (FIRA) Spain  Flag of Spain.svg11–9Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Belluno, Italy[22/40/3]
[254]
1999-04-24 (FIRA) England  Flag of England.svg13–15Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Belluno, Italy[54/41/7]
[264]
2000-02-18 (5N) Spain  Flag of Spain.svg13–9Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Murcia [26/42/4]
[267]
2000-03-06 (5N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg7–10Flag of France.svg  France Edinburgh[43/59/4]
[269]
2000-03-19 (5N) Wales  Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg12–36Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Caerphilly [46/44/8]
[270]
2000-04-01 (5N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg9–64Flag of England.svg  England Edinburgh[45/59/8]
[274]
2000-05-08 (FIRA) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg28–6Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Almeria, Spain [46/48/9]
[280]
2000-05-10 (FIRA) Spain  Flag of Spain.svg13–10Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Almeria, Spain[30/47/5]
[283]
2000-05-13 (FIRA) England  Flag of England.svg40–20Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Almeria, Spain[62/48/9]
[296]
2001-02-03 (5N) France  Flag of France.svg13–0Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Saint Denis [64/49/5]
[302]
2001-02-18 (5N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg22–0Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Meggetland[50/53/10]
[305]
2001-03-04 (5N) England  Flag of England.svg39–0Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Richmond [69/51/10]
[307]
2001-03-18 (5N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg19–8Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Melrose[52/35/6]
[314]
2001-05-06 (FIRA) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg13–3Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Hazebrouk, France[53/56/11]
[322]
2001-05-10 (FIRA) France  Flag of France.svg6–9Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Lille, France[69/54/6]
[329]
2001-05-12 (FIRA) Spain  Flag of Spain.svg3–15Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Lille, France[39/55/7]
[340]
2001-11-11 Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg13–3Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Edinburgh[56/27/3]
[342]
2001-11-24 Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg22–3Flag of the United States.svg  United States Inverleith[57/40/2]
[345]
2002-02-03 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg8–35Flag of England.svg  England Dunbar [58/78/11]
[347]
2002-02-16 (6N) Spain  Flag of Spain.svg14–17Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Barcelona[41/59/8]
[351]
2002-03-02 (6N) Ireland  IRFU flag.svg0–13Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Limerick [42/60/9]
[357]
2002-03-24 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg12–22Flag of France.svg  France Inverleith[61/74/7]
[361]
2002-04-07 (6N) Wales  Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg3–31Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Stradey Park [64/62/12]
[369]
2002-05-13 (WC) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg13–3Flag of Samoa.svg  Samoa Barcelona [63/2/1]
[377]
2002-05-18 (WC) Canada  Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg11–0Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Barcelona[34/64/2]
[383]
2002-05-21 (WC) Spain  Flag of Spain.svg16–23Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Barcelona[47/65/9]
[391]
2002-05-25 (WC) Australia  Flag of Australia (converted).svg30–0Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Barcelona[17/66/2]
[395]
2002-11-24 Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg34–3Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Murrayfield, Edinburgh[67/30/4]
[398]
2003-02-15 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg25–0IRFU flag.svg  Ireland Netherdale (Gala RFC)[68/49/10]
[400]
2003-02-22 (6N) France  Flag of France.svg14–19Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Evreux [81/69/8]
[404]
2003-03-09 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg9–8Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Meadowbank [70/75/13]
[407]
2003-03-22 (6N) England  Flag of England.svg31–0Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Harlequins RFC [90/71/12]
[410]
2003-03-29 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg48–7Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Meadowbank[72/53/10]
[423]
2003-07-06 Sweden  Flag of Sweden.svg5–49Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Linköping [33/73/5]
[428]
2004-02-14 (6N) Wales  Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg10–30Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Arms Park, Cardiff[78/74/14]
[432]
2004-02-21 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg7–20Flag of England.svg  England Netherdale, Galashiels [75/95/13]
[435]
2004-03-06 (6N) Spain  Flag of Spain.svg6–5Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Lalin, Santiago de Compostela [58/76/11]
[439]
2004-03-21 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg12–16Flag of France.svg  France Murrayfield[77/90/9]
[442]
2004-03-27 (6N) Ireland  IRFU flag.svg0–17Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Thomond Park, Limerick[58/78/11]
[446]
2004-05-02 (FIRA) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg32–0Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Toulouse, France[79/34/6]
[453]
2004-05-05 (FIRA) France  Flag of France.svg25–6Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Toulouse, France[93/80/10]
[457]
2004-05-08 (FIRA) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg11–10Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Toulouse, France[81/85/15]
[474]
2004-11-27 Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg6–12Flag of the United States.svg  United States Murrayfield, Edinburgh[82/50/3]
[475]
2005-02-04 (6N) France  Flag of France.svg22–15Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Roubaix, Lyon [95/83/11]
[479]
2005-02-12 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg15–5IRFU flag.svg  Ireland Murrayfield[84/64/12]
[482]
2005-02-26 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg19–3Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Anniesland, Glasgow[85/66/12]
[487]
2005-03-13 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg22-5Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Murrayfield[86/91/16]
[490]
2005-03-19 (6N) England  Flag of England.svg22–10Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Twickenham, London [110/87/14]
[508]
2005-06-29 (CC) New Zealand  Flag of New Zealand.svg30–9Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Ottawa [39/88/2]
[509]
2005-07-02 (CC) Canada  Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg22–9Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Ottawa[48/89/3]
[519]
2006-01-21 Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg6–13Flag of the United States.svg  United States Netherdale, Gala[90/51/4]
[523]
2006-02-05 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg3–23Flag of France.svg  France Murrayfield[91/102/12]
[526]
2006-02-11 (6N) Wales  Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg5–0Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Sardis Rd, Pontypridd [99/92/17]
[528]
2006-02-25 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg5–22Flag of England.svg  England Murrayfield[93/117/15]
[530]
2006-03-10 (6N) Ireland  IRFU flag.svg0–9Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Navan [72/94/13]
[535]
2006-03-18 (6N) Spain  Flag of Spain.svg12–16Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland La Ciudad Universitaria, Madrid [73/95/13]
[560]
2006-08-31 (WC) Spain  Flag of Spain.svg0–24Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland St. Albert Rugby Park, St. Albert [74/96/14]
[569]
2006-09-04 (WC) Kazakhstan  Flag of Kazakhstan.svg17–32Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland St. Albert Rugby Park, St. Albert[34/97/1]
[571]
2006-09-08 (WC) New Zealand  Flag of New Zealand.svg21–0Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Ellerslie Rugby Park, Edmonton [45/98/3]
[578]
2006-09-12 (WC) Ireland  IRFU flag.svg10–11Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland St. Albert Rugby Park, St. Albert[77/99/14]
[586]
2006-09-17 (WC) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg0–24Flag of the United States.svg  United States Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton[100/59/5]
[598]
2007-02-03 (6N) England  Flag of England.svg60–0Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Old Albanians, St Albans [125/101/16]
[603]
2007-02-10 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg0–10Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Dunbar[102/104/18]
[604]
2007-02-24 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg26–6Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Meggetland, Edinburgh[103/55/5]
[607]
2007-03-10 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg6–18IRFU flag.svg  Ireland Meggetland, Edinburgh[104/83/15]
[612]
2007-03-18 (6N) France  Flag of France.svg18–10Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Stade le Bout du Clos, Paris [116/105/13]
[652]
2007-11-04 Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg3–45Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada Glasgow[106/64/4]
[658]
2008-02-03 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg15–43Flag of France.svg  France Meggetland[107/121/14]
[660]
2008-02-10 (6N) Wales  Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg23–6Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Taff's Well [114/108/19]
[662]
2008-02-22 (6N) Ireland  IRFU flag.svg13–3Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland St Mary's RFC, Dublin[87/109/16]
[666]
2008-03-08 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg5–34Flag of England.svg  England Meggetland[110/137/17]
[670]
2008-03-16 (6N) Italy  Flag of Italy.svg31–10Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Mira [66/111/6]
[683]
2008-05-17 (FIRA) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg10–27Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Amsterdam[112/118/20]
[690]
2008-05-20 (FIRA) Netherlands  Flag of the Netherlands.svg0–26Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Leiden, Netherlands [86/113/3]
[701]
2008-05-24 (FIRA) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg27–25Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Amsterdam[114/85/15]
[722]
2009-01-10 Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg32–0Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Meggetland [115/51/7]
[725]
2009-02-08 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg10–31Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Lasswade RFC, Bonnyrigg [116/121/21]
[728]
2009-02-15 (6N) France  Flag of France.svg25–12Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Arras [131/117/15]
[730]
2009-02-28 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg13–10Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Meggetland [118/59/7]
[732]
2009-03-13 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg0–23IRFU flag.svg  Ireland Meggetland [119/96/17]
[736]
2009-03-21 (6N) England  Flag of England.svg72–3Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland London Welsh [151/120/18]
[742]
2009-05-17 (FIRA) Russia  Flag of Russia.svg0–84Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Enköping, Sweden [30/121/2]
[744]
2009-05-20 (FIRA) Belgium  Flag of Belgium (civil).svg0–71Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Stockholm, Sweden [22/122/1]
[750]
2009-05-23 (FIRA) Netherlands  Flag of the Netherlands.svg18–38Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Enköping, Sweden [92/123/4]
[787]
2010-02-06 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg10–8Flag of France.svg  France Lasswade [124/140/16]
[790]
2010-02-14 (6N) Wales  Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg28–12Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Brewery Field, Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan [127/125/22]
[799]
2010-02-28 (6N) Italy  Flag of Italy.svg6–6Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Stadio Maurizio Natali, Colleferro, Rome [77/126/8]
[802]
2010-03-13 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg0–51Flag of England.svg  England Meggetland, Edinburgh [127/157/19]
[804]
2010-03-19 (6N) Ireland  IRFU flag.svg15–3Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Ashbourne, County Meath, Leinster [102/128/19]
[827]
2010-06-05 Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg8–27Flag of South Africa.svg  South Africa Lasswade [129/18/1]
[828]
2010-06-12 Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg17–41Flag of South Africa.svg  South Africa Lasswade [130/19/2]
[834]
2010-08-20 (WC) Canada  Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg37–10Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Surrey Sports Park, Guildford [83/131/5]
[842]
2010-08-24 (WC) France  Flag of France.svg17–10Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Surrey Sports Park, Guildford [147/132/17]
[847]
2010-08-28 (WC) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg32–5Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Surrey Sports Park, Guildford [133/67/8]
[855]
2010-09-01 (WC) Canada  Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg41–0Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Surrey Sports Park, Guildford [86/134/6]
[861]
2010-09-05 (WC) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg8–32IRFU flag.svg  Ireland Surrey Sports Park, Guildford [135/107/19]
[866]
2011-01-03 Spain  Flag of Spain.svg28–13Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Madrid [95/136/16]
[867]
2011-02-04 (6N) France  Flag of France.svg53–3Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Viry-Chatillon [151/137/19]
[872]
2011-02-13 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg12–41Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Burnbrae, Milngavie [138/138/23]
[873]
2011-02-26 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg5–22IRFU flag.svg  Ireland Lasswade [139/109/19]
[878]
2010-03-13 (6N) England  Flag of England.svg89–0Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Twickenham [172/140/20]
[881]
2010-03-20 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg0–26Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Meggetland, Edinburgh [141/90/9]
[910]
2011-11-06 Netherlands  Flag of the Netherlands.svg10–33Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Amsterdam [104/142/5]
[922]
2012-02-05 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg0–47Flag of England.svg  England Lasswade [143/181/21]
[924]
2012-02-12 (6N) Wales  Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg20–0Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Cross Keys [142/144/24]
[927]
2012-02-25 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg0–23Flag of France.svg  France Stirling County [145/159/20]
[929]
2012-03-09 (6N) Ireland  IRFU flag.svg20–0Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Ashbourne RFC [115/146/20]
[933]
2012-03-18 (6N) Italy  Flag of Italy.svg29–12Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Pagani Stadium, Rovato, near Brescia [96/147/10]
[970]
2013-02-02 (6N) England  Flag of England.svg76–0Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Esher [194/148/22]
[974]
2013-02-10 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg0–8Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Mayfield, Dundee [149/104/11]
[974]
2013-02-23 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg3–30IRFU flag.svg  Ireland Lasswade [150/119/21]
[979]
2013-03-10 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg0–13Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Scotstoun Stadium, Glasgow [151/150/25]
[980]
2013-03-15 (6N) France  Flag of France.svg76–0Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Stade Bourillot, Dijon [173/152/21]
[985]
2013-04-20 [WCQ] Netherlands  Flag of the Netherlands.svg7–29Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Madrid [108/153/6]
[987]
2013-04-23 [WCQ] Italy  Flag of Italy.svg27–3Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Madrid [109/154/12]
[991]
2013-04-27 (WCQ) Sweden  Flag of Sweden.svg8–63Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Madrid [77/155/9]
[1022]
2014-02-02 (6N) Ireland  IRFU flag.svg59–0Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Ashbourne [122/156/23]
[1027]
2014-02-09 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg0–63Flag of England.svg  England Rubislaw, Aberdeen [157/209/23]
[1029]
2014-02-22 (6N) Italy  Flag of Italy.svg45–5Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Stadio Parco Urbano [113/158/13]
[1034]
2014-03-09 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg0–69Flag of France.svg  France Howthornden [159/183/22]
[1036]
2014-03-16 (6N) Wales  Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg25–0Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Talbot Athletic Ground [156/160/26]
[1092]
2014-11-23 Italy  Flag of Italy.svg27–3Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Avezzano [116/161/14]
[1094]
2015-02-07 (6N) France  Flag of France.svg42–0Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Stade Henri Desgrange, La Roche-sur-Yon, Vendée [192/162/22]
[1097]
2015-02-14 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg3–39Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales Broadwood Stadium, Cumbernauld, North Lanarkshire [163/164/27]
[1101]
2015-03-01 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg8–31Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Broadwood Stadium, Cumbernauld, North Lanarkshire [164/119/15]
[1102]
2015-03-13 (6N) England  Flag of England.svg42–13Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland The Darlington Arena, Darlington, County Durham [165/221/24]
[1107]
2015-03-22 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg3–73IRFU flag.svg  Ireland Broadwood Stadium, Cumbernauld, North Lanarkshire [166/136/24]
[1121]
2015-11-22 Spain  Flag of Spain.svg10–34Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Valladolid, Castile and León [111/167/17]
[1127]
2016-02-05 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg0-32Flag of England.svg  England Broadwood Stadium, Cumbernauld [168/228/25]
[1132]
2016-02-14 (6N) Wales  Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg23-10Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland The Gnoll, Neath [169/169/28]
[1135]
2016-02-28 (6N) Italy  Flag of Italy.svg22-7Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Stadio Arcoveggio, Bologna [124/170/16]
[1136]
2016-03-11 (6N) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg0-24Flag of France.svg  France Broadwood Stadium, Cumbernauld [171/201/23]
[1140]
2016-03-20 (6N) Ireland  IRFU flag.svg45-12Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Donnybrook Stadium, Dublin [142/172/25]
[1164]
2016-11-18 (WCQ) Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg5–10Flag of Spain.svg  Spain Scotstoun Stadium, Glasgow [173/116/18]
[1170]
2016-11-26 Spain  Flag of Spain.svg15–10Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Estadio Nacional Complutense, Madrid [117/174/19]
3 February 2017
Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg15–22IRFU flag.svg  Ireland
11 February 2017
France  Flag of France.svg55–0Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland
Stade Marcel-Deflandre, La Rochelle
Referee: Flag of Hong Kong.svg Tim Baker
24 February 2017
Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg15–14Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales
Broadwood Stadium, Cumbernauld
Referee: Flag of South Africa.svg Cwengile Jadezweni
11 March 2017
England  Flag of England.svg64–0Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland
Twickenham Stoop, London
Referee: IRFU flag.svg Sean Gallagher
17 March 2017
Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg14–12Flag of Italy.svg  Italy
Broadwood Stadium, Cumbernauld
Referee: Flag of England.svg Ian Tempest
2 February 2018
Wales  Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg18–17Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland (1 BP)
Try: Kavanagh-Williams 11' m
Bluck 40+1' m
Lake 51' m
Pen: Evans 24'
Report Try: Rollie (2) 45' m, 62' m
Konkel 69' c
Con: Law 70'
10 February 2018
Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg3–26Flag of France.svg  France (1 BP)
Pen: Law 30'
Report Try: Sochat 36' m
Banet 39' c
Boujard 71' c
Le Pesq 80' c
Con: Tremouliere 40', 72', 80+1'
23 February 2018
Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg8–43Flag of England.svg  England (1 BP)
Try: Konkel 17' m
Pen: Law 14'
Report Try: Waterman (2) 3' c, 67'
Bern 7' c
Pearce 21' c, 47' m
Kildunne 39' m
Tuima 62' c
Con: McLean (4) 4', 8', 22', 63'
11 March 2018
(1 BP) Ireland  IRFU flag.svg12–15Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland
Try: Penalty try 50' m
Fitzpatrick 69' m
Report Try: Nelson 42' m
Rollie 62' c
Con: Skeldon 63'
Pen: Nelson 3'
Donnybrook, Dublin
Referee: Ian Tempest (ENG) [3]
18 March 2018
(1 BP) Italy  Flag of Italy.svg26–12Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland
Try: Bettoni 3' c
Stefan 10' m
Franco 27' c
Rigoni 43' c
Con: Sillari (3) 4', 28', 44'
Report Try: Skeldon 57' m
Sinclair 63' c
Con: Skeldon 64'
[1271]
2018-11-04 Italy  Flag of Italy.svg'Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Calvisano [-/-/-]
[1285]
2018-11-27 Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg'Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada Scotstoun [-/-/-]

Other matches

[-]
2005-07-08 Canadian Barbarians  Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg0–35Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Ottawa(?)[-/-/-]
[-]
2006-08-13 Scotland A  Flag of Scotland.svg6–17IRFU flag.svg  Ireland Hawick [-/-/-]
[-]
2009-02-15 France A  Flag of France.svg61–0Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland Development Arras [-/-/-]
[-]
2010-02-06 Scotland A  Flag of Scotland.svg3–26Flag of France.svg  France A Lasswade [-/-/-]
[-]
2010-07-18 Scotland XV  Flag of Scotland.svg20–15IRFU flag.svg  Ireland XV Lasswade [-/-/-]
[-]
2015-01-03 Scotland  Flag of Scotland.svg10–43 600px Celeste e Blu.png Nomads Murrayfield Stadium [-/-/-]
[-]
2016-10-29 Wales XV  Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg15-0Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland XV Cardiff Arms Park [-/-/-]

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