The new semi-professional Super6 league which will kick off in Scotland in November will be bolstered by a number of Scottish qualified players who currently ply their trade in England, according to Sean Lineen.
Saracens back Duncan Taylor has not played a competitive match since last September, but is now back training and Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend will give the player every chance to be part of his World Cup plans.
Nineteen-year-old second-row/back-row Marshall Sykes has been out of action for seven months, but is back to full fitness and is set to be a key man for Scotland at the under-20 World Championship in Argentina next month.
Andrew Skeen has played at BT Murrayfield before for Scotland Sevens and Melrose, but the 35-year-old could not be more excited to be heading back to the national stadium this Saturday to represent his hometown club Berwick.
Scotland rugby stars who grew up in North Berwick have been talking about the role the East Lothian town has played in their sporting journey as the local club gets ready to host their annual sevens this weekend.
Kyle Steyn’s recent form for Glasgow Warriors and his inclusion in a Six Nations training squad by Gregor Townsend is a glowing endorsement that sevens continues to play a vital role in the growth of the Scottish game.
Scotland Women Sevens head coach Scott Forrest wants his side to embrace the opportunity of playing in Hong Kong over the coming days - and he has urged them to “show no fear” as they aim to secure a place on the World Series circuit for 2019/20.