A sneak peek of what you can expect from the calendar...
Members of the London Scottish squad have produced a calendar to raise money for the Bill McLaren Foundation.
If you were out and about in Richmond or London last month and happened to come across a group of men caught posing in just their budgy smugglers, it may please you to learn that it was all for a good cause.
London Scottish players braved to cold weather, put on their best budgy smugglers and got their pose on in various locations around the city, to produce photos for a calendar that aims to raise funds for the Bill McLaren Foundation.
The boys were happy to endure the dipping temperatures and bemused looks from members of the public - the charitable Foundation has been set up to raise funds to support the development of rugby and it's values and also to recognise the contribution Bill McLaren made to rugby through education.
And to good news is that the calendar is now ready and available for fans to purchase, just in time for Christmas. The money will go to an excellent cause and it's a good way to show your support for both the team and the Foundation.
You can purchase your copy from the London Scottish commercial office during office hours (Monday-Friday 9am-6pm) or via the club shop (Saturday 12.30pm till half an hour after match & Sunday 9am-1pm).
London Scottish made it two wins from two matches in the 2015/16 British and Irish Cup, with a hard-fought but deserved 23-16 victory over the Ospreys Premiership Select XV at the Port Talbot Athletic Ground.
London Scottish have made eight changes to the starting line-up to face the Ospreys in Round Two of the British and Irish Cup tomorrow night, as they look to build on their opening round win over Munster.
It was great to see the kids charged and ready for games on Sunday. In fact they were so charged up pre-match we were worried they would be tired out before our first matches! They worked terrifically well within their teams, remembering the formations for attacking and defending we had focussed on in training. Great passing down the line and some very creative play, finding space and looking for opportunities to flank the other side.