In the 1998–99 season, Scottish made their only appearance in the English Premiership. Under coach John Steele, and despite limited resources, the team finished 12th out of 14 teams, which would have saved them from relegation had they not fallen into administration at the season's end. Notable wins that season included: versus Bath (13–11), Saracens (24–7) and Newcastle Falcons (27–17). That season's squad included Scottish international stars Ronnie Eriksson, Simon Holmes and Derrick Lee, Australians Simon Fenn and Eddie Jones, and the South African Jannie de Beer.
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 In 1914 at the outbreak of the First World War all sixty members of the four London Scottish teams who played in their last matches in April enlisted. Fifteen survived, and one played Rugby again. They are commemorated in Mick Imlah's poem "London Scottish".  Early history This section needs expansion. You can help by adding to it. (September 2021) London Scottish was the first of the "Exiles" rugby clubs to be founded, and the last of the main three – after London Irish and London Welsh – to go "open" in 1996.  London Scottish made the John Player Cup Final in 1974, where they lost 26–6 against defending champions Coventry. The club regularly featured at the Middlesex Sevens tournament, winning the trophy in 1937, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1965 and 1991.
They are a top outfit but we will be ready for them. “Glasgow were my first professional side and I learned a lot there. “I was taught to be a professional rugby player which has stood me in good stead for later on in my career. ” Meanwhile, Warriors have announced Al Kellock, 33, will lead the side for the ninth season in a row. The lock said: “It’s a massive honour. We are an incredibly special club and I am delighted to be captain again this season.
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The club was unbeaten in the 2008–09 season, earning promotion to the revamped RFU National 1 Division for the 2009–10 season. In 2009–10, the club finished second in their first season in RFU National 1 Division. The club secured promotion to the RFU Championship for the 2011–12 season. During the 2012–13 season, the club made the switch to a full-time professional set-up, with many of the club's part-time professional players leaving and new coaches brought on board, this included former Leicester Tigers hooker James Buckland and France and London Wasps legend Serge Betsen.
Midway through the 1998–1999 season, Tiarks became disillusioned and discussed selling Scottish's place in the Premiership to second-division Bristol. He bailed out in the summer of 1999. The professional club London Scottish Rugby was placed into administration in 1999 and nominally merged into London Irish (who moved their games to the Stoop) along with Richmond, who were also placed into administration. The original amateur club rejoined the RFU leagues at the bottom of the pyramid after effectively having been relegated nine divisions by the RFU. The club progressed back up through seven divisions in 10 seasons to RFU Championship for the 2011–12 season. The club was promoted to the English National leagues (National Division Three South) for the 2007–08 season after an eight-year absence.
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“In turn, London Scottish players and support staff will benefit from the expertise of these shared resources creating a development pathway that will see the team aim to improve its Championship position. ”We are joined by Springbok rugby royalty with very special guest Siya Kolisi | RugbyPass Offload | Episode 31We are joined by Springbok rugby royalty with very special guest Siya Kolisi | RugbyPass Offload | Episode 31Harlequins CEO Laurie Dalrymple added: “We are delighted to announce this strategic partnership with our close London neighbours as we see huge value in the opportunity to work closely together. For our players, be they first XV stars returning to fitness, or developing players gaining minutes on the pitch, this competitive league offers a chance to test themselves against high-quality opposition in competition.
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