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Scotland women's national rugby union team

Scotland
Union Scottish Rugby Union
First international
 Scotland 10-0 Ireland 
(Edinburgh, Scotland 14 February 1993)
Largest win
 Scotland 84-0 Russia 
(Enköping, Sweden 17 May 2009)
Largest defeat
 England 89-0 Scotland 
(Twickenham, England 13 March 2010)
World Cup
Appearances 4 (First in 1994)
Best result 5th, 1994

The Scotland national women's rugby union team are the national women's rugby union team of Scotland. The Scots have competed in three 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 the Scottish Women's Rugby Union (SWRU).

Results summary

(Full internationals only)
Rugby: Scotland internationals 1993-
Opponent First game Played Won Drawn Lost Percentage
 Australia 1999 2 0 0 2 0.00%
 Belgium 2009 1 1 0 0 100.00%
 Canada 1994 6 1 0 5 16.67%
 England 1994 23 2 0 21 8.70%
 France 1998 21 5 0 16 23.81%
 Ireland 1993 23 14 0 9 60.87%
 Italy 1988 12 5 1 6 45.83%
 Kazakhstan 2006 1 1 0 0 100.00%
 Netherlands 1995 6 5 0 1 83.33%
 New Zealand 1994 3 0 0 3 0.00%
 Russia 1994 2 2 0 0 100.00%
 Samoa 2002 1 1 0 0 100.00%
 South Africa 2010 2 0 0 2 0.00%
 Spain 1997 16 11 0 5 68.75%
 Sweden 1994 8 8 0 0 100.00%
 United States 1998 5 1 0 4 20.00%
 Wales 1993 26 12 0 14 46.15%
Summary 1993 160 70 1 89 44.06%

Squad

Current Squad.[1]

Results

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

Full internationals

[68]
1993-02-14 Scotland  10-0  Ireland Raeburn Place, Edinburgh [1/1/1]
[79]
1993-12-19 Scotland  0-23  Wales Burnbrae, Glasgow [2/14/1]
[80]
1994-02-13 Ireland  0-5  Scotland Ravenhill, Belfast [2/3/2]
[88]
1994-04-13 (WC) Scotland  51-0  Russia Boroughmuir RFC [4/2/1]
[90]
1994-04-15 (WC) Scotland  0-26  England Boroughmuir [5/20/1]
[97]
1994-04-17 (WC) Scotland  0-8  Wales Melrose [6/18/2]
[102]
1994-04-20 (WC) Scotland  10-3  Ireland Melrose [7/5/3]
[105]
1994-04-23 (WC) Scotland  11-5  Canada Boroughmuir [8/14/1]
[109]
1994-04-24 Scotland  60-0  Sweden Meggetland [9/15/1]
[113]
1994-12-20 Wales  0-5  Scotland The Brewery Field [21/10/3]
[115]
1995-02-20 Scotland  20-3  Ireland Myreside, Edinburgh [11/7/4]
[121]
1995-04-30 Scotland  10-12  Italy Meggetland, Edinburgh [12/13/1]
[124]
1995-09-23 Netherlands  5-3  Scotland ? [27/13/1]
[125]
1996-01-21 (HN) Ireland  0-21  Scotland Blackrock [9/14/5]
[127]
1996-02-18 (HN) Wales  11-6  Scotland Bridgend [24/15/4]
[130]
1996-03-03 (HN) Scotland  8-12  England Meggetland, Edinburgh [16/27/2]
[147]
1996-11-30 Scotland  27-3  Netherlands Meggetland [17/31/2]
[149]
1997-01-12 (HN) Scotland  10-0  Wales Meggetland [18/26/5]
[151]
1997-01-26 (HN) England  23-3  Scotland Blackheath [30/19/3]
[154]
1997-02-23 (HN) Scotland  28-3  Ireland Pennypit, Edinburgh [20/14/6]
[159]
1997-04-02 (FIRA) Italy  7-31  Scotland Nice, France [17/21/2]
[163]
1997-04-04 (FIRA) Scotland  11-10  Spain Nice, France [22/12/1]
[167]
1997-04-06 (FIRA) England  24-8  Scotland Nice, France [36/23/4]
[170]
1997-08-05 Sweden  0-42  Scotland Stockholm [17/24/2]
[181]
1998-02-08 (HC) Ireland  0-15  Scotland Old Belvedere, Dublin [19/25/7]
[183]
1998-02-21 Scotland  19-3  France Raeburn Place, Edinburgh [26/44/1]
[184]
1998-03-01 (HC) Wales  12-22  Scotland Cardiff [30/27/6]
[185]
1998-03-21 (HC) Scotland  8-5  England Stewarts Melville [28/40/5]
[195]
1998-05-02 (WC) Italy  8-37  Scotland Amsterdam [20/29/3]
[2020]
1998-05-05 (WC) New Zealand  76-0  Scotland Amsterdam [17/30/1]
[207]
1998-05-09 (WC) Scotland  10-25  United States Amsterdam [31/27/1]
[215]
1998-05-12 (WC) France  7-27  Scotland Amsterdam [48/32/2]
[228]
1998-05-16 (WC) Australia  25-15  Scotland Amsterdam [10/33/1]
[231]
1998-12-05 Spain  3-5  Scotland ? [20/34/2]
[233]
1999-02-07 (5N) Scotland  23-0  Wales Inverleith, Edinburgh [35/37/6]
[234]
1999-02-28 (5N) England  34-7  Scotland Richmond RFC [48/36/6]
[239]
1999-03-21 (5N) Scotland  22-5  Ireland Inverleith, Edinburgh [37/30/8]
[240]
1999-04-09 (5N) France  48-18  Scotland Melun [53/38/3]
[247]
1999-04-19 (FIRA) Italy  15-43  Scotland Belluno, Italy [25/39/4]
[251]
1999-04-21 (FIRA) Spain  11-9  Scotland Belluno, Italy [22/40/3]
[254]
1999-04-24 (FIRA) England  13-15  Scotland Belluno, Italy [54/41/7]
[264]
2000-02-18 (5N) Spain  13-9  Scotland Murcia [26/42/4]
[267]
2000-03-06 (5N) Scotland  7-10  France Edinburgh [43/59/4]
[269]
2000-03-19 (5N) Wales  12-36  Scotland Caerphilly [46/44/8]
[270]
2000-04-01 (5N) Scotland  9-64  England Edinburgh [45/59/8]
[274]
2000-05-08 (FIRA) Scotland  28-6  Wales Almeria, Spain [46/48/9]
[280]
2000-05-10 (FIRA) Spain  13-10  Scotland Almeria, Spain [30/47/5]
[283]
2000-05-13 (FIRA) England  40-20  Scotland Almeria, Spain [62/48/9]
[296]
2001-02-03 (5N) France  13–0  Scotland Saint Denis [64/49/5]
[302]
2001-02-18 (5N) Scotland  22–0  Wales Meggetland [50/53/10]
[305]
2001-03-04 (5N) England  39–0  Scotland Richmond [69/51/10]
[307]
2001-03-18 (5N) Scotland  19-8  Spain Melrose [52/35/6]
[314]
2001-05-06 (FIRA) Scotland  13-3  Wales Hazebrouk, France [53/56/11]
[322]
2001-05-10 (FIRA) France  6-9  Scotland Lille, France [69/54/6]
[329]
2001-05-12 (FIRA) Spain  3-15  Scotland Lille, France [39/55/7]
[340]
2001-11-11 Scotland  13-3  Sweden Edinburgh [56/27/3]
[342]
2001-11-24 Scotland  22-3  United States Inverleith [57/40/2]
[345]
2002-02-03 (6N) Scotland  8–35  England Dunbar [58/78/11]
[347]
2002-02-16 (6N) Spain  14–17  Scotland Barcelona [41/59/8]
[351]
2002-03-02 (6N) Ireland  0–13  Scotland Limerick [42/60/9]
[357]
2002-03-24 (6N) Scotland  12–22  France Inverleith [61/74/7]
[361]
2002-04-07 (6N) Wales  3–31  Scotland Stradey Park [64/62/12]
[369]
2002-05-13 (WC) Scotland  13-3  Samoa Barcelona [63/2/1]
[377]
2002-05-18 (WC) Canada  11-0  Scotland Barcelona [34/64/2]
[383]
2002-05-21 (WC) Spain  16-23  Scotland Barcelona [47/65/9]
[391]
2002-05-25 (WC) Australia  30-0  Scotland Barcelona [17/66/2]
[395]
2002-11-24 Scotland  34-3  Sweden Murrayfield, Edinburgh [67/30/4]
[398]
2003-02-1? (6N) Scotland  25–0  Ireland Netherdale (Gala RFC) [68/49/10]
[400]
2003-02-22 (6N) France  14–19  Scotland Evreux [81/69/8]
[404]
2003-03-09 (6N) Scotland  9–8  Wales Meadowbank [70/75/13]
[407]
2003-03-22 (6N) England  31–0  Scotland Harlequins RFC [90/71/12]
[410]
2003-03-29 (6N) Scotland  48–7  Spain Meadowbank [72/53/10]
[423]
2003-07-06 Sweden  5-49  Scotland Linköping [33/73/5]
[428]
2004-02-14 (6N) Wales  10-30  Scotland Arms Park, Cardiff [78/74/14]
[432]
2004-02-21 (6N) Scotland  7-20  England Netherdale, Galashiels [75/95/13]
[435]
2004-03-06 (6N) Spain  6-5  Scotland Lalin, Santiago de Compostela [58/76/11]
[439]
2004-03-21 (6N) Scotland  12-16  France Murrayfield [77/90/9]
[442]
2004-03-27 (6N) Ireland  0-17  Scotland Thomond Park, Limerick [58/78/11]
[446]
2004-05-02 (FIRA) Scotland  32-0  Sweden Toulouse, France [79/34/6]
[453]
2004-05-05 (FIRA) France  25-6  Scotland Toulouse, France [93/80/10]
[457]
2004-05-08 (FIRA) Scotland  11-10  Wales Toulouse, France [81/85/15]
[474]
2004-11-27 Scotland  6-12  United States Murrayfield, Edinburgh [82/50/3]
[475]
2005-02-04 (6N) France  22-15  Scotland Roubaix, Lyon [95/83/11]
[479]
2005-02-12 (6N) Scotland  15-5  Ireland Murrayfield [84/64/12]
[482]
2005-02-26 (6N) Scotland  19-3  Spain Anniesland, Glasgow [85/66/12]
[487]
2005-03-13 (6N) Scotland  22-5  Wales Murrayfield [86/91/16]
[490]
2005-03-19 (6N) England  22-10  Scotland Twickenham, London [110/87/14]
[508]
2005-06-29 (CC) New Zealand  30-9  Scotland Ottawa [39/88/2]
[509]
2005-07-02 (CC) Canada  22-9  Scotland Ottawa [48/89/3]
[519]
2006-01-21 Scotland  6-13  United States Netherdale, Gala [90/51/4]
[523]
2006-02-05 (6N) Scotland  3-23  France Murrayfield [91/102/12]
[526]
2006-02-11 (6N) Wales  5-0  Scotland Sardis Rd, Pontypridd [99/92/17]
[528]
2006-02-25 (6N) Scotland  5-22  England Murrayfield [93/117/15]
[530]
2006-03-10 (6N) Ireland  0-9  Scotland Navan [72/94/13]
[535]
2006-03-18 (6N) Spain  12-16  Scotland La Ciudad Universitaria, Madrid [73/95/13]
[560]
2006-08-31 (WC) Spain  0-24  Scotland St. Albert Rugby Park, St. Albert [74/96/14]
[569]
2006-09-04 (WC) Kazakhstan  17-32  Scotland St. Albert Rugby Park, St. Albert [34/97/1]
[571]
2006-09-08 (WC) New Zealand  21-0  Scotland Ellerslie Rugby Park, Edmonton [45/98/3]
[578]
2006-09-12 (WC) Ireland  10-11  Scotland St. Albert Rugby Park, St. Albert [77/99/14]
[586]
2006-09-17 (WC) Scotland  0-24  United States Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton [100/59/5]
[598]
2007-02-03 (6N) England  60-0  Scotland Old Albanians, St Albans [125/101/16]
[603]
2007-02-10 (6N) Scotland  0-10  Wales Dunbar [102/104/18]
[604]
2007-02-24 (6N) Scotland  26-6  Italy Meggetland, Edinburgh [103/55/5]
[607]
2007-03-10 (6N) Scotland  6-18  Ireland Meggetland, Edinburgh [104/83/15]
[612]
2007-03-18 (6N) France  18-10  Scotland Stade le Bout du Clos, Paris [116/105/13]
[652]
2007-11-04 Scotland  3-45  Canada Glasgow [106/64/4]
[658]
2008-02-03 (6N) Scotland  15-43  France Meggetland [107/121/14]
[660]
2008-02-10 (6N) Wales  23-6  Scotland Taff's Well [114/108/19]
[662]
2008-02-22 (6N) Ireland  13-3  Scotland St Mary's RFC, Dublin [87/109/16]
[666]
2008-03-08 (6N) Scotland  5-34  England Meggetland [110/137/17]
[670]
2008-03-16 (6N) Italy  31-10  Scotland Mira [66/111/6]
[683]
2008-05-17 (FIRA) Scotland  10-27  Wales Amsterdam [112/118/20]
[690]
2008-05-20 (FIRA) Netherlands  0-26  Scotland Leiden, Netherlands [86/113/3]
[701]
2008-05-24 (FIRA) Scotland  27-25  Spain Amsterdam [114/85/15]
[722]
2009-01-10 Scotland  32-0  Sweden Meggetland [115/51/7]
[725]
2009-02-08 (6N) Scotland  10-31  Wales Lasswade RFC, Bonnyrigg [116/121/21]
[728]
2009-02-15 (6N) France  25-12  Scotland Arras [131/117/15]
[730]
2009-02-28 (6N) Scotland  13-10  Italy Meggetland [118/59/7]
[732]
2009-03-13 (6N) Scotland  0-23  Ireland Meggetland [119/96/17]
[736]
2009-03-21 (6N) England  72-3  Scotland London Welsh [151/120/18]
[742]
2009-05-17 (FIRA) Russia  0-84  Scotland Enköping, Sweden [30/121/2]
[744]
2009-05-20 (FIRA) Belgium  0-71  Scotland Stockholm, Sweden [22/122/1]
[750]
2009-05-23 (FIRA) Netherlands  18-38  Scotland Enköping, Sweden [92/123/4]
[787]
2010-02-06 (6N) Scotland  10-8  France Lasswade [124/140/16]
[790]
2010-02-14 (6N) Wales  28-12  Scotland Mid Glamorgan [127/125/22]
[799]
2010-02-28 (6N) Italy  6-6  Scotland Stadio Maurizio Natali, Colleferro, Rome [77/126/8]
[802]
2010-03-13 (6N) Scotland  0-51  England Meggetland, Edinburgh [127/157/19]
[804]
2010-03-19 (6N) Ireland  15-3  Scotland Ashbourne, County Meath, Leinster [102/128/19]
[827]
2010-06-05 Scotland  8-27  South Africa Lasswade [129/18/1]
[828]
2010-06-12 Scotland  17-41  South Africa Lasswade [130/19/2]
[834]
2010-08-20 (WC) Canada  37-10  Scotland Surrey Sports Park, Guildford [83/131/5]
[842]
2010-08-24 (WC) France  17-10  Scotland Surrey Sports Park, Guildford [147/132/17]
[847]
2010-08-28 (WC) Scotland  32–5  Sweden Surrey Sports Park, Guildford [133/67/8]
[855]
2010-09-01 (WC) Canada  41–0  Scotland Surrey Sports Park, Guildford [86/134/6]
[861]
2010-09-05 (WC) Scotland  8–32  Ireland Surrey Sports Park, Guildford [135/107/19]
[866]
2011-01-03 Spain  28-13  Scotland Madrid [95/136/16]
[867]
2011-02-04 (6N) France  53-3  Scotland Viry-Chatillon [151/137/19]
[872]
2011-02-13 (6N) Scotland  12-41  Wales Burnbrae, Milngavie [138/138/23]
[873]
2011-02-26 (6N) Scotland  5-22  Ireland Lasswade [139/109/19]
[878]
2010-03-13 (6N) England  89-0  Scotland Twickenham [172/140/20]
[881]
2010-03-20 (6N) Scotland  0-26  Italy Meggetland, Edinburgh [141/90/9]
[910]
2011-11-06 Netherlands  10-33  Scotland Amsterdam [104/142/5]
[922]
2012-02-05 (6N) Scotland  0-47  England Lasswade [143/181/21]
[924]
2012-02-12 (6N) Wales  20-0  Scotland Cross Keys [142/144/24]
[927]
2012-02-25 (6N) Scotland  0-23  France Stirling County [145/159/20]
[929]
2012-03-09 (6N) Ireland  20–0  Scotland Ashbourne RFC [115/146/20]
[933]
2012-03-18 (6N) Italy  29–12  Scotland Pagani Stadium, Rovato, near Brescia [96/147/10]
[970]
2013-02-02 (6N) England  76-0  Scotland Esher [194/148/22]
[974]
2013-02-10 (6N) Scotland  0-8  Italy Mayfield, Dundee [149/104/11]
[974]
2013-02-23 (6N) Scotland  3-30  Ireland Lasswade [150/119/21]
[979]
2013-03-10 (6N) Scotland  0-13  Wales Scotstoun Stadium, Glasgow [151/150/25]
[980]
2013-03-15 (6N) France  76-0  Scotland Stade Bourillot, Dijon [173/152/21]
[985]
2013-04-20 [WCQ] Netherlands  7 - 29  Scotland Madrid [108/153/6]
[987]
2013-04-23 [WCQ] Italy  27-3  Scotland Madrid [109/154/12]
[991]
2013-04-27 (WCQ) Sweden  8-63  Scotland Madrid [77/155/9]
[1022]
2014-02-02 (6N) Ireland  59-0  Scotland Ashbourne [122/156/23]
[1027]
2014-02-09 (6N) Scotland  0-63  England Rubislaw, Aberdeen [157/209/23]
[1029]
2014-02-22 (6N) Italy  45-5  Scotland Stadio Parco Urbano [113/158/12]
[1034]
9 March 2014 (6N) Scotland  0-69  France Howthornden [159/183/22]
[1036]
16 March 2014 (6N) Wales  25 - 0  Scotland Talbot Athletic Ground [156/160/26]

Other matches

[-]
2005-07-08 Canadian Barbarians  0-35  Scotland Ottawa(?) [-/-/-]
[-]
2006-08-13 Scotland A  6-17  Ireland Hawick [-/-/-]
[-]
2009-02-15 France A  61-0  Scotland Development Arras [-/-/-]
[-]
2010-02-06 Scotland A  3-26  France A Lasswade [-/-/-]
[-]
2010-07-18 Scotland XV  20-15  Ireland XV Lasswade [-/-/-]

Notable internationalists

  • Paula Chalmers, Scrum Half, named in World Cup Star XV [1]
  • Donna Kennedy, Number 8, most capped Scottish internationalist

See also

Women's international rugby - the most complete listing of women's international results since 1982

External links

  • Scotland Womens team website

References

  1. ^ http://www.scotlandrugbyteam.org/content/section/12/109/
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