This coming Saturday London Scottish complete their pre-season preparations with a tough match against their fellow Championship rivals Esher. The match will allow the coaching team to fine tune the squad ahead of the Championship kick off on the 4th September.
London Scottish give a warm Scottish welcome this coming Friday night to Ayr Rugby Club. Ayr are the current Scottish Cup holders and currently one of the leading club sides in Scotland, and this promises to be a tasty encounter as both sides prepare for the forthcoming season. London Scottish will then back this up on Saturday in another pre-season friendly against our near neighbours Rosslyn Park in a match which will be played at Imber Court Sports Club, East Molsey, Surrey.
After an unimpressive early start to the season, London Scottish dusted themselves down and have embarked upon a remarkable roller coaster run of 26 consecutive victories, to set up Saturday's winner takes all final match of the season at Barking. It is only fitting that the best two teams in the league should be contesting this title decider, which promises to be a cracker. Scottish go into this match singularly focused on winning the game and taking the National League One title.
London Scottish make the short trip across London for their penultimate league match of the season, against their longtime local rivals Blackheath. Scottish go into this match on the back of a 25 match winning sequence and will be looking to to maintain their excellent form, as the club closes in on the league title and a place in next seasons Championship.
London Scottish make their first ever trip to the Butts Arena Stadium in Coventry this coming Saturday, although over the years an away match day trip to the old Coventry Coundon Road ground was a regular game on the fixture list. Scottish head up the M1 in good confidence, but will be aware of the threat posed by the Coventry side, especially when they play at home.