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Scotland take on Georgia in the final of their 2016 Autumn Tests on 26 November 2016.

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Continuing Scottish Rugby’s policy of taking international games to other parts of Scotland, this game is being played at Rugby Park in Kilmarnock, venue for Scotland’s 37-12 win over Tonga in the 2014 Autumn Test.

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Autumn international: Scotland 19-16 Argentina

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Greig Laidlaw’s last-minute penalty snatched a 19-16 victory for Scotland over Argentina at Murrayfield.

Captain Laidlaw and Nicolas Sanchez traded penalties in a first half of little quality.

Matias Orlando and Sean Maitland scored fine converted tries in a livelier second 40 minutes.

Fly-half Finn Russell saw his drop-goal charged down with a minute to play but, with the clock red, Laidlaw’s penalty sailed home to snatch the win.

Crucially, the result takes Scotland above Argentina and into the top eight of the World Rugby rankings, ahead of the 2019 World Cup draw in May.

The top eight nations will comprise the highest seeding pots, meaning, in theory, they will benefit from a more favourable pool draw.

Ambition makes way for caution

Last weekend against Australia, the Scots roared out the blocks – generating quick ball and playing at a tempo the Wallabies struggled to live with.

This was altogether different, with the ambition and accuracy largely missing in what looked like a more cautious approach from the home side.

On a cold Edinburgh evening the handling of both sides in the first half was poor. The passes of the Scotland half-backs – Laidlaw and Russell – were not hitting their mark, though there was nothing wrong with Laidlaw’s work with the boot. The captain’s two penalties put his side 6-0 ahead.

Scotland were proving too predictable in attack, and any inroads they did make into Argentine territory were undermined by the concession of nine turnovers in the opening 40 minutes.

John Barclay carried hard, as did debutant Magnus Bradbury whose scramble defence near his own line kept the visitors out.

Flashes of brilliance

Sanchez popped over penalties either side of the break to level things up, and when the moment of class the match had been screaming out for finally arrived, it was the Pumas who produced it.

Playing with a penalty advantage, Juan Martin Hernandez dropped a cross-field kick over the head of Maitland, which bounced into the arms of Orlando, who shrugged off the tackle of Stuart Hogg to go in under the posts.

The Scottish reply was immediate. Huw Jones, so impressive in a two-try display against Australia but quiet here, once again showed his prowess near the try-line.

The Stormers centre slipped one tackle and held off another to off-load for Maitland to go over in the corner. Laidlaw’s touch-line conversion squared things up at 13-13.

The Scots were pinged for a scrum infringement and Sanchez duly nudged Argentina back in front with the boot, only for Laidlaw to respond in kind to make it 16-16.

Grandstand finale

Scotland lifted the tempo in the closing stages – Laidlaw, Russell and Hogg all now playing on the front foot, desperately seeking a ruthless touch to cap their industry, as Russell sent his first of two drop-goal attempts wide.

Laidlaw had a chance to nudge his side ahead with three minutes to play, but his arcing penalty from the right bounced back off the upright.

The ball was regathered, though, by the chasing Scots, who now had possession in the shadow of the posts. But that meant the Argentine defenders could quickly close Russell down, and parry away drop-goal effort number two.

That, it seemed, was that. But the Scots continued to rack up the phases as the clock ticked past 80 minutes, and when Juan Leguizamon was penalised for a clumsy, no-arms tackle, Laidlaw pounced from the tee.

Scotland: Hogg, Maitland, Jones, Dunbar, Seymour, Russell, Laidlaw (captain); Dell, Brown, Fagerson, Gilchrist, Gray, Bradbury, Watson, Barclay.

Replacements: Ford, Allan, Low, Swinson, Wilson, Price, Horne, Visser.

Argentina: Tuculet; Moroni, Orlando, Hernandez, Cordero; Sanchez, Landajo; Noguera, Creevy (captain), Herrera, Petti, Alemanno, Matera, Ortega Desio, Isa.

Replacements: Montoya, Botta, Pieretto, Senatore, Leguizamon, Cubelli, De la Fuente, Estelles.

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Rugby Preview: Scotland v Georgia

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  • European Nations Cup Winners (9): 2001, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016.
  • Rank: 11th
  • Coach: Milton Haig
  • Captain: Mamuku Gorgodza
  • Top try scorer: Mamuku Gorgodza 26 tries
  • Nickname: The Lelos (Lelo is also the word for try)
  • Beaten all three Pacific Island teams: Tonga 3, Samoa 2 and Fiji 1

Scotland take on Georgia in their final Autumn International of 2016 at Rugby Park on Saturday and the second time that the national team has played at the venue.

The Scots previous visit to Ayrshire was in November 2014 where they defeated Tonga 37-12. It was the first time an international rugby match was played on a synthetic 3G pitch.

Scotland coach Vern Cotter has made five changes to the side which beat the Pumas 19-16 at Murrayfield last week.

Mark Bennett takes over from Huw Jones, while in the front row Ross Ford replaces Fraser Brown at hooker.

Richie Gray has recovered from a head injury and replaces Grant Gilchrist while in the back row Rob Harley and Ryan Wilson come in for Marcus Bradbury and John Barclay.

Cotter acknowledged that the Lelos will not be taken lightly. He said: “We’ve got a lot of respect for Georgia. It will be a tough game and with a fair bit at stake.”

The stakes the Kiwi is talking about are World Rugby ranking points which will determine the seeds for the 2019 World Cup in Japan.

The Scots moved up to 7th after beating Los Pumas on Saturday and there can be no room for error, if they are to get a favourable draw in May.

Cotter’s chargers are in for another physical battle. Georgia are renowned for the scrum and 15 of their forwards play in England and France, countries famed for their forward play.

“Georgia are striving to be among the world’s best as they knock on the door of the top ten in the world rankings,” he said.

“We are expecting a typical Georgian game. They will be physical up front as they play a forwards-based game, however they are also developing their backs.”

The Lelos went unbeaten in this year’s European Nations Cup, winning all 10 matches in the competition and had a successful tour of the Pacific Islands, defeating Tonga 23-20, Fiji 14-3 and drawing 19-all with Samoa.

Georgia’s continued dominance in Europe’s second-tier rugby tournament has seen calls for them to be allowed entry into the Six Nations.

Jonny Gray is not taking them lightly and knows they are in for a scrap. “In the summer they had some great results,” he said.

“When you look at their pack, they’re hugely physical, a set-piece team and they’ve got some big men.

“We know it is going to be a huge challenge at Rugby Park but we are excited to play there again.”

Hamish Watson is also not underestimating the challenge: “Georgia is going to be a tough battle,” he said.

“Pretty similar to the Argentines in some respects, they have a very big forward pack but it’s something that we’ll work on this week.”

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Scotland 17-22 New Zealand: Beauden Barrett try sees All Blacks beat Scots

Last Updated: 18/11/17 8:11pm

A moment of New Zealand magic denied Scotland a famous victory as the All Blacks claimed a pulsating 22-17 win at Murrayfield.

With the game firmly in the balance, Sonny Bill Williams broke through the midfield before offloading to Damian McKenzie, who fed Beauden Barret to maintain the All Blacks’ hold over Scotland with a narrow success.

Stuart Hogg made a brilliant dart for the line in the dying moments but was tackled metres short to close out a brilliant performance from Gregor Townsend’s Scotland side.

New Zealand have never lost to the Dark Blues, but that piece of history looked under threat after Jonny Gray’s try pulled the scores back to 15-10 at one point in the second half, only for Barrett’s try to put them out of sight despite Huw Jones giving the home crowd fresh hope.

There was a real buzz around the ground prior to kick-off as the teams lined up for their respective anthems, and the atmosphere inspired the hosts to a fine start.

Townsend emphasised the need to play with intent and aggression prior to the match, and his side started on the front foot and did not shy away from throwing the ball about.

Hogg made a couple of early breaks but it was the boot of Finn Russell that put the Scots into an early, and deserved, lead.

However, the All Blacks grew stronger as the half wore on, and went into the break level after John Barclay went in off his feet at the breakdown to give Barrett the chance to kick a simple three points from the 22 as a hard-fought first half came to a close with the sides level at 3-3.

For all their hard work in the first 40 minutes, Scotland were dealt a harsh blow at the start of the second half through some slack defence.

Ali Price let Rieko Ioane claim a high ball before a poor tackle allowed Codie Taylor to gallop free down the wing. The ball was recycled and several phases later made its way back out to Taylor, who was free on the wing to touch down.

Scotland were forced into a third substitution with Luke Hamilton suffering a nasty ankle injury on debut, and that disrupted any rhythm they had, and the All Blacks pounced as Williams kicked through for McKenzie to dive on the ball over the line to open up a 12-point lead.

However, the hosts showed good character to hit back straight away, working their way up to the New Zealand try-line through a strong lineout, and Sam Crane was sent to the bin before Gray stretched over the line to breathe life back into the match.

With Scotland full of renewed hope, it took a moment of set-piece brilliance from New Zealand to effectively end the game as Barrett raced in to re-establish the 12-point gap.

Wyatt Crockett replaced Crane in the bin as Scotland again hit back heroically. They appeared to have missed their opportunity after building up pressure in the 22, but Jones raced in to make for an exciting finish.

Hogg made a last-gasp, brilliant burst for the line but knocked on metres out to end a pulsating second period.

Cotter names Autumn Test squad

25 Oct Cotter names Autumn Test squad

Head Coach Vern Cotter today named a 31-man Scotland squad for the forthcoming 2016 Autumn Test matches against Australia, Argentina and Georgia next month.

The squad features four additions and five replacements to the group that secured back-to-back wins over Japan in Toyota and Tokyo in June.

Prop Zander Fagerson and Olympic silver medal winning centre Mark Bennett join the group, having represented Scotland U20 and Team GB during the summer.

Edinburgh Rugby lock Grant Gilchrist has long since recovered from injury to add options to the second-row, while the form of back-row Hamish Watson has merited inclusion, intensifying the competition among the loose forwards.

Harlequins wing Tim Visser and Glasgow Warriors trio Finn Russell, Alex Dunbar and Rob Harley, are like-for-like replacements for Sean Lamont, Ruaridh Jackson, Matt Scott and the injured David Denton (hamstring), with Dunbar and Visser reversing their late replacement by Scott and Lamont ahead of the Japan tour.

The group is completed by the inclusion of uncapped 24-year-old Edinburgh Rugby prop Allan Dell after it was confirmed that club mates Willem Nel and Rory Sutherland have both been ruled out of the forthcoming Autumn Tests.

Nel exacerbated an ongoing neck complaint in his club’s Challenge Cup win over Harlequins on Saturday and will require a period of rest, while Sutherland suffered an untimely groin injury in the build-up to the same match, with Dell starting – and scoring the club’s first of six tries – in his place.

The results of a scan at Spire Murrayfield Hospital yesterday (Monday) are expected to inform the extent of Sutherland’s injury and rehabilitation programme in the coming days.

Cotter said: “This is an important season for this group of players who are determined to be successful in a Scotland jersey, and have a clear will to win.

“We have a big emphasis on how we play in front of our home crowd and have three exciting challenges facing us this November.

“As always we will focus on doing the simple things consistently well, while also adding some fine detail to improve our skill sets and continue the progress of this team.”

The Scots will face the Wallabies for the first time since the 35-34 Rugby World Cup quarter-final defeat at Twickenham this time last year in the first of the traditional three-Test series, that begins on Saturday 12 November.

Next up will be World Cup semi-finalists Argentina on Saturday 19 November, before the Scots complete the sequence with an historic Test against Georgia on Saturday 26 November, at Rugby Park, Kilmarnock, the first Test between the two nations on Scottish soil.

A further four players have been invited to train with the squad: Back-row Magnus Bradbury (Edinburgh Rugby), centre Nick Grigg, wing Rory Hughes and scrum-half Ali Price (Glasgow Warriors).

Not considered through injury: Adam Ashe (foot), Kevin Bryce (shoulder), David Denton (hamstring), Ryan Grant (back), Willem Nel (neck), Rory Sutherland (groin), Duncan Weir (jaw).

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  • Saturday 12 November: Scotland v Australia, BT Murrayfield (kick-off 2.30pm)
  • Saturday 19 November: Scotland v Argentina, BT Murrayfield (kick-off 5pm)
  • Saturday 26 November: Scotland v Georgia, Rugby Park (kick- 2.30pm)

Allan Dell (Edinburgh Rugby) – uncapped

Alasdair Dickinson (Edinburgh Rugby) – 58 caps

Zander Fagerson (Glasgow Warriors) – 1 cap

Moray Low (Exeter Chiefs) – 34 caps

Gordon Reid (Glasgow Warriors) – 18 caps

Ross Ford (Edinburgh Rugby) – 99 caps

Fraser Brown (Glasgow Warriors) – 17 caps

Stuart McInally (Edinburgh Rugby) – 9 caps

Grant Gilchrist (Edinburgh Rugby) – 12 caps

Jonny Gray (Glasgow Warriors) – 25 caps

Richie Gray (Toulouse) – 58 caps

Tim Swinson (Glasgow Warriors) – 24 caps

John Barclay (Scarlets) – 52 caps

John Hardie (Edinburgh Rugby) – 12 caps

Rob Harley (Glasgow Warriors) – 18 caps

Josh Strauss (Glasgow Warriors) – 9 caps

Hamish Watson (Edinburgh Rugby) – 2 caps

Ryan Wilson (Glasgow Warriors) – 20 caps

Greig Laidlaw CAPTAIN (Gloucester) – 53 caps

Henry Pyrgos (Glasgow Warriors) – 18 caps

Pete Horne (Glasgow Warriors) – 20 caps

Finn Russell (Glasgow Warriors) – 19 caps

Mark Bennett (Glasgow Warriors) – 16 caps

Alex Dunbar (Glasgow Warriors) – 18 caps

Huw Jones (Stormers) – 1 cap

Duncan Taylor (Saracens) – 18 caps

Damien Hoyland (Edinburgh Rugby) – 2 caps

Sean Maitland (Saracens) – 23 caps

Tommy Seymour (Glasgow Warriors) – 29 caps

Tim Visser (Harlequins) – 26 caps

Stuart Hogg (Glasgow Warriors) – 45 caps

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Georgia to host Scotland as first high-profile rugby team in Tbilisi

10 May 2018 – 17:23

Scotland’s national rugby team will become the first Tier 1 side to travel to Georgia for a test game against the hosts this summer.

The two teams will spar in the run-up to the 2019 Rugby World Cup with two matches, the first of which will be held on Dinamo Arena in Tbilisi.

The Lelos will host their Scottish counterparts on the capital city’s principal stadium on August 24, before a return fixture in Edinburgh in the first week of September.

History will be made at #DinamoArena as @Scotlandteam will be the 1st Tier 1 team ever to tour Georgia for test match Georgia vs Scotland | 24/08/2019 | Dinamo Arena Scotland vs Georgia | 6/7/09/2019 | Murrayfield

— Georgian Rugby Union (@GeorgianRugby) May 9, 2018 History will be made as it will be the first time Scotland will have played here in Georgia and the first ever Tier 1 Nation to play a match on Georgian home soil”, Georgia’s head coach Milton Haig told reporters. Georgia are currently placed 12th in the World Rugby rankings and are a country on the rise. Playing against them will be a good test for us ahead of our pool matches at the Rugby World Cup”, was the reaction of Gregor Townsend, Haig’s counterpart for Scotland.

Origins for the fixture date back to 2016, when the Scottish side hosted the Lelos in Kilmarnock and expressed their interest in travelling to Georgia to face the emerging team headed by Haig.

Georgian players first played Scotland at the 2011 World Cup in a match that ended with a score 15-6.

The Lelos will play two fixtures against Greg Townsend’s players in August and September. Photo: Giorgi Danelia/Georgian Rugby.

The second of the two fixtures played so far between the sides was the Kilmarnock match, where the hosts were again victorious 43-16.

The Lelos have been looking to book test matches against top-tier opposition on the back of their success over the last 15 years. This has included pushing for a place in the Six Nations, a major European tournament.

While the elite competition remains closed for teams like Georgia and Romania, Haig and his management team have agreed matches and trainings with high-ranking sides, including a session with England in February.

Georgia will face Australia as well as Wales among other competitors in their 2019 World Cup pool.

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