Dundee Dragons take on Glasgow Panthers for a place in the final four... Glasgow Panthers will travel to face Dundee Dragons in an all-Scottish quarter final tie. The Dragons beat Keighley Cougars 86-4 in [...]
Interview with Danny Brough:
“If I break the record as most-capped player that will be really special, It would be a great achievement. I intend to win many more so not many others can overtake me. The body’s all right, I feel good. We’ve got the World Cup this year too so, injury permitting, I hope to set a record that will be tough to break.”
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PLAYER OF THE MONTH
NAME: DAVE SCOTT POSITION: FULL BACK CURRENT CLUB: BATLEY BULLDOGS
At the age of 18, Scott made his senior debut for Scotland in 2011, scoring two tries and two goals in a 26–6 win against Ireland.
In 2013, Scott was selected in Scotland’s 2013 Rugby League World Cup squad. He was one of two Scottish-born players to be included in the squad (the other being Matty Russell), and is the only player to have also been raised in Scotland. He played in two of Scotland’s four games, starting on the wing in the final group game against the United States, and keeping his place in the team in the quarter final defeat against New Zealand.
In October and November 2014, David played in the 2014 European Cup. He scored two tries in the tournament’s opening game against Wales.
In October and November 2015, David played for Scotland in the 2015 European Cup.