Please note: all timings of media activity concerning the Scotland team are subject to change by the national coach in light of match preparations. Our apologies if the changes to this week's schedule have caused you any inconvenience.
Tuesday 17 March - Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh - photographers and camera crews should convene at the Security Gatehouse at Gate B at 10 for 10.15am for vision only access to the Scotland squad warm-up.
Wednesday 18 March - the Scotland team (sponsor Murray) to play England at Twickenham in the RBS 6 Nations Championship on Saturday 21 March will be announced today
Broadcast media - 12.15pm - Drysdale Suite, Murrayfield Stadium - Scotland coach Frank Hadden will be available for interviews (please book in advance with Graham Law)
Photographers - 12.15-12.45pm - Meet in foyer, 1925 Suites, Murrayfield Stadium - Selected Scotland players will be available for photographs
Written media - 12.45pm - Rowan Suite (north stand), Murrayfield Stadium - Scotland coach Frank Hadden will hold a written media conference. At the conclusion of the written media conference, selected Scotland players will be available for interview (both broadcast and written). Media access will conclude at 1.35pm
Thursday 19 March - Smith and Wallace Suites, Murrayfield Stadium, 11.15am - Scotland captain's media conference; the captain (plus two players) will be available for media interviews. Access will conclude at 12 noon.
Friday 20 March - Edinburgh Airport, 11.15am - Informal access as Scotland squad depart for their flight to London. Your contact here is Graham Law.
Friday 20 March - A member of the coaching staff will be available in London (time and venue TBC) for a media huddle.
For further information please contact
Graham Law, Scotland team media manager
0131 346 5164
Graham Law | Head of Media | Scottish Rugby | Murrayfield Stadium | Edinburgh | EH12 5PJ
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