Please note all timings concerning media activity with the Scotland team are subject to change by the coach in light of his match preparations.
Tuesday 10 March - The Scotland team (sponsor Murray) to play Ireland in the RBS 6 Nations Championship on Saturday 14 March at Murrayfield (kick-off 5pm) will be announced today.
Broadcast media - 10.50am - MacPherson Suite, Murrayfield Stadium - Scotland coach Frank Hadden will be available for media interviews (please book in advance with Graham Law)
Photographers - 10.50am - Meet in foyer, 1925 Suites, Murrayfield Stadium - Selected Scotland players will be available for photographs. This access will conclude at 11.20am.
Written media - 11.20am - Davies and Ireland Suites, Murrayfield Stadium - Scotland coach Frank Hadden will hold a written media conference. At its conclusion, selected Scotland players will be available for interview. Media access will conclude at 12.20pm.
Wednesday 11 March - Smith and Wallace Suites, Murrayfield Stadium, 10.10am - Scotland captain's media conference; The captain, plus two players, will be available for media interviews. Access will conclude at 11am. Graham Law is your contact here.
Thursday 12 March - A member of the Scotland management team will be available for media interviews by phone. Please book through Graham Law.
Friday 13 March - Security Gatehouse, Gate B, Murrayfield Stadium - 10.50am - Photographers and camera crews should convene for 15 minutes' vision-only access to the Scotland captain's run. Please note there are no interview opportunities at this time.
Friday 13 March - Security Gatehouse, Gate B, Murrayfield Stadium - 11.45am - Reporters should convene for a brief media huddle with a member of the Scotland management team at the conclusion of the captain's run.
Saturday 14 March - Scotland v Ireland, RBS 6 Nations Championship, Murrayfield, kick-off 5pm.
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