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Monday 24th February 18:15
Hooker Scott Lawson says Scotland are using the memories of their humiliating opening home defeat by England if they want to taste more of the jubilation that followed their dramatic win over Italy.
Tuesday 18th February 11:26
Scotland coach Scott Johnson has recalled Richie Gray, Scott Lawson and Johnnie Beattie to his starting XV to face Italy on Saturday.
Friday 31st May 17:53
Scott Lawson says he plans to use the tour to South Africa to bury the memories of his last Scotland cap.
Friday 31st May 11:03
Scott Lawson has been included in the Scotland squad for the international tournament in South Africa after Ross Ford withdrew due to injury.
Monday 22nd April 08:13
Newcastle have signed Scotland internationals Scott Lawson and Phil Godman and lock Fraser McKenzie for next season.
Thursday 23rd February 15:41
London Irish have signed of Scotland international hooker Scott Lawson on a two-year deal from Aviva Premiership rivals Gloucester.
Wednesday 17th November 13:35
Scotland have confirmed that Rory Lawson will skipper the side in Saturday's Test against South Africa.
Monday 31st May 18:14
Andy Robinson has urged the IRB to re-examine player release rules after four of his Scotland stars were blocked from appearing.
Thursday 14th January 11:04
Alasdair Strokosch and Scott Lawson signed new two-year contracts with Gloucester.
Tuesday 9th September 11:49
Gloucester have bolstered their front-row options by signing Scotland hooker Scott Lawson until the end of next season from Sale.
Wednesday 8th February 17:19
Scotland hooker Scott Lawson admits he was surprised to be selected to face Wales.
Friday 25th November 14:01
Scott Lawson admits the reality of facing the All Blacks is yet to sink in.
There was loads of great rugby to enjoy over the weekend including a masterclass from New Zealand!
Munster were last crowned PRO12 champions in 2011 and since then have seen their fierce rivals Leinster leading the way as far as the Irish teams are concerned.
So much can change in a week of sporting action and, sure enough, there have been plenty of highs and lows over the past seven days.
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