Scotland national under-19 rugby union team

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Scotland U-19 playing Ireland U-19 in the 2007 Under 19 Rugby World Championship at Ravenhill Stadium in Belfast

The Scotland national under-19 rugby union team is one of several junior national rugby union teams behind the Scottish national side.[citation needed] Starting in 2008, the International Rugby Board scrapped its under-21 and under-19 world championships in favour of a single under-20 competition, the IRB Junior World Championship. Scotland accordingly replaced its under-21 and under-19 sides with a new under-20 side.[citation needed]

The Under 19s regularly played till 2010 before being scrapped. The age grade is still very occasionally used by Scotland. In July 2014, the Under 18 boss Eddie Pollock named an Under 19 squad for a double header in August 2014 against Romanian age grades. The Scotland Under 19 side played the Romania Under 19 and Romania Under 20 sides.[1]

Squad[edit]

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Men's National teams[edit]

Senior[edit]

Development[edit]

Age Grades[edit]

Women's National teams[edit]

Senior[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.scottishrugby.org/news/14/07/03/scotland-under-19-select-two-tests
  2. ^ "Scotland announce squad for U19 World Championships". ESPN Scrum. 20 March 2007. Retrieved 24 April 2007.