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Scotland's most capped prop Allan Jacobsen has confirmed plans to retire after the final match of Edinburgh's Rabodirect PRO12 season against Dragons on May 3.
Stand-in skipper Rory Lawson admits Scotland have lessons to learn from their nervous 34-24 win over Romania on Saturday.
Alastair Kellock was disappointed with some aspects of Scotland's performance in their 34-24 win over Romania.
Scotland lock Alastair Kellock admits the prospect of facing Ireland on Saturday has driven him on throughout his extended pre-season.
Scotland's Allan Jacobsen will win his 50th cap against Samoa but the prop says he will not be celebrating unless they win.
Scott MacLeod will miss Scotland's final EMC Autumn Test against Samoa after picking up a rib injury against South Africa.
Scotland prop Allan Jacobsen insists destroying Italy's front row is the main objective for Saturday's RBS Six Nations clash in Rome.
Scotland international Allan Jacobsen has signed a new three-year contract to remain with Edinburgh.
Alasdair Dickinson has admitted his surprise at his quick recall to the Scotland side having missed all the autumn internationals
Scotland prop Allan Jacobsen is optimistic for the rest of the RBS Six Nations after seeing some positive signs against France.
Scotland prop Allan Jacobsen says they can upset England at Murrayfield on Saturday.
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