Scots U21s join Southern Hemisphere tournament
May 4, 2000
Scotland's under-21 team are to play in the Southern Hemisphere Alliance under-21 tournament for the first time this summer.
The SRU's Elite Squad Co-ordinator Roy Laidlaw said: "We have been trying to get into this tournament for the last couple of years and we're absolutely delighted we now have this opportunity to compete against some of the emerging talent from the strongest rugby nations."
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