Scotland national under-20 rugby union team

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Scotland
UnionScottish Rugby Union
Coach(es)John Dalziel
Captain(s)Stafford McDowall
Team kit
Change kit
First international
Scotland Scotland 6–12 France France
(1 February 2008)
Largest win
Scotland Scotland 39–3 United States United States
(18 June 2013)
Largest defeat
South AfricaSouth Africa 73–0 Scotland Scotland
(9 June 2010)
World Cup
Appearances11 (U20 World Championship)
(First appearance in 2008)
Best result5th 2017

The Scotland national under-20 rugby union team is Scotland's junior national rugby union team. They participate in the World Rugby Under 20 Championship. Their highest placement is 5th which they achieved in the 2017 World Rugby Under 20 Championship.[1]

The U20 side also compete in the Six Nations Under 20s Championship.[2]

Both tournaments began in 2008 and replaced the Under 19 or Under 21 championships.[2] The World Rugby Under 20 Championship was known as the IRB Junior World Championship up to 2014.[2]

Prior to this, there were U19 and U21 tournaments for the World Rugby Championship. There was also a U21 tournament for the Six Nations from 2004.[2]

The Under 20 side is now the pinnacle of Scottish Rugby's age-grade system.[3]

Squad[edit]

Scotland named a squad for the 2018 World Rugby Under 20 Championship:[4]

Forwards

  • Sam Grahamslaw (Leicester Tigers)
  • Ross Dunbar (Boroughmuir)
  • Finlay Richardson (Edinburgh Accies)
  • Murphy Walker (Strathallan School)
  • Euan McLaren (Ayr)
  • Robbie Smith (Ayr)
  • Finlay Scott (Jed-Forest)
  • Ewan Johnson (Racing Metro 92)
  • Jamie Hodgson (Watsonians)
  • Charlie Jupp (Heriot’s)
  • Marshall Sykes (St Joseph's College)
  • Martin Hughes (Heriot’s)
  • Rory Darge (Melrose)
  • Guy Graham (Newcastle Falcons)
  • Devante Onojaife (Northampton Saints)
  • James Miller (Watsonians)

Backs

Management[edit]

Previous Squads[edit]

2018[edit]

2017[edit]

2016[edit]

2015[edit]

2014[edit]

2013[edit]

2012[edit]

2011[edit]

2010[edit]

2009[edit]

2008[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Charlie Shiels last gasp try seals fifth place for Scotland U20".
  2. ^ a b c d Müller, Stephan. "Rugby Union - European Professional Competitions". sport-record.de.
  3. ^ a b "Scotland U20 - Scottish Rugby Union". www.scottishrugby.org.
  4. ^ "U20 - Scotland squad named for World Championship - Scottish Rugby Union". www.scottishrugby.org.
  5. ^ "U20 6 Nations: Scotland name their squad ahead of 2018 campaign - Fifteen Rugby". www.fifteenrugby.com.
  6. ^ "Edinburgh Rugby represented in U20 World Cup - Edinburgh Rugby". www.edinburghrugby.org.
  7. ^ "In the mix for 6 - Scotland under-20s regroup for camp - Scottish Rugby Union". www.scottishrugby.org.
  8. ^ "Young Scots edged in Ireland - Scottish Rugby Union". www.scottishrugby.org.
  9. ^ "Cringle & Hidalgo-Clyne Get U20S Call - Scottish Rugby Union". www.scottishrugby.org.
  10. ^ "Wright names Scotland Under-20 squad for RBS 6 Nations". sixnationsrugby.com.
  11. ^ "Weir Returns As Scots Name Squad For Irb Junior World Championship - Scottish Rugby Union". www.scottishrugby.org.
  12. ^ "Hunter leads Scotland U20".
  13. ^ "Scots Must Rise To The Occassion [sic] - John - Scottish Rugby Union". www.scottishrugby.org.
  14. ^ "John Regains The Reigns Of Scotland Under-20 - Scottish Rugby Union". www.scottishrugby.org.
  15. ^ "Moffat Selects Top 20S - Scottish Rugby Union". www.scottishrugby.org.
  16. ^ "John Names 32-Man Squad For 6 Nations - Scottish Rugby Union". www.scottishrugby.org.
  17. ^ "Robertson Freshens Up Squad For World Cup Challenge - Scottish Rugby Union". www.scottishrugby.org.
  18. ^ "Baird And Calder Named In Squad - Glasgow Warriors". www.glasgowwarriors.org.