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Scottish Women’s Rugby has been part of Scottish Rugby, the national governing body for rugby in Scotland, since the integration of the Scottish Women’s Rugby Union (SWRU) and the Scottish Rugby Union (SRU) in June 2009. Previous to that the SWRU had been responsible for running the women's game since 1993. Scotland compete in both the 6 Nations and European Championships and have competed in three Women’s Rugby World Cups, hosting the 1994 edition.

  • Wednesday April 09th 2014

    The Belgian National Women's Team put in a strong performance in Edinburgh. The Lionesses...

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  • Monday March 10th 2014

    Scotland’s difficult season continued with another hammering in the women’s 6 Nations – this...

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  • Sunday February 23rd 2014

    Italy recorded their biggest ever 6 Nations win with a 45-5 victory over Scotland to make it two...

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  • Sunday February 09th 2014

    Despite a significantly improved performance by Scotland, England's women put their Six Nations...

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  • Monday February 03rd 2014

    After a thrilling opening round, we look ahead to the second weekend of the women's 6 Nations....

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  • Sunday February 02nd 2014

    Ali Donnelly reflects on a highly competitive opening round of the women's 6 Nations.

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  • Saturday February 01st 2014

    Ireland scored 11 tries to kick off their 6 Nations title defence in fine style with a 59-0 win...

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  • Tuesday January 28th 2014

    Scotland's new captain, Tracy Balmer, is well aware of the challenges facing her team after a...

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