New Scotland coach Andy Robinson has emphasised his desire for the national side to adopt a running style of rugby.
The former England Edinburgh coach has stepped into Frank Hadden's shoes and his first task is to guide the 'A' side in the IRB Nations Cup in Romania.
And he made a fine start to his Scotland tenure with a 49-7 triumph over Russia in the opening match in Bucharest.
Full-back Jim Thompson and hooker Scott Lawson both scored two tries with Rob Dewey, Al Kellock, Chris Cusiter and Ben Cairns also crossing as the Scots ran out easy winners.
Robinson said: “I was pleased with the application and attitude shown by the players, but there are still lots to work on.
“There were some good line breaks and support play and overall we want to develop that feel in our game.
“We wanted to keep the ball moving; that is the way we want to play and that is the way I can see our game developing.”