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Scotland Women building towards 2020 Championship

Scotland Women building towards 2020 Championship

Scotland Women have a new look heading into the 2020 Women’s Six Nations as Philip Doyle prepares for his first Championship in charge.

  • Scotland Women have a new coach in Philip Doyle
  • They will face Spain in a warm-up in Almeria
  • Scotland begin their Championship away to Ireland with home clashes against England and France

Scotland Women have a new look heading into the 2020 Women’s Six Nations as Philip Doyle prepares for his first Championship in charge.

It is far from his first Championship as a coach however, having previously led Ireland to Grand Slam glory and Doyle will have a match against Spain to help prepare his charges.

The Scots finished last season’s Women’s Six Nations winless, a last-minute try costing them victory at home to Wales.

However their fortunes have improved since Doyle’s appointment last May including a series victory in South Africa in the summer.

They will start their preparations for the Championship with a warm-up clash against Spain in Almeria on January 19.

And after an opening clash away to Ireland to kick things off, they welcome defending Grand Slam champions England to Scotstoun in Round 2.

Their other home match will also be at Scotstoun and it is another big one against France on March 7.

Tickets are already on sale with adult tickets just £15, Under-18s paying £5 and Under-12s just a pound.

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Make sure to book your place on the Scottish Rugby website. https://www.scottishrugby.org/tickets-and-events/events/scotland-women-six-nations-2020