Horne and Wilson join Scotland casualty list
June 16, 2013
Scotland's tour of South Africa has claimed another two injury victims in the form of fly-half Peter Horne and flanker Ryan Wilson.
Both players were forced out of the Scots' 30-17 defeat to South Africa in Nelspruit on Saturday with Horne succumbing to a knee injury and Wilson suffering a shoulder injury. The Glasgow duo will return home and follow Pat MacArthur, Kelly Brown and Geoff Cross in leaving early.
There was better news for interim head coach Scott Johnson ahead of his side's final tour match against Italy with fly-half Ruaridh Jackson set to remain with the squad and undergo treatment on a shoulder injury.
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