South Africa vs Scotland

Date Status Team Score Team Score Venue
17/11/06 Test South Africa 0  Scotland 6  Hampden Park
23/11/12  Test South Africa  16  Scotland 0  Inverleigh
 16/01/32  Test South Africa  6  Scotland 3  Murrayfield
 24/11/51  Test South Africa  44  Scotland  0  Murrayfield
 30/04/60  Test South Africa  18  Scotland  10  Port Elizabeth
 21/01/61  Test South Africa  12  Scotland  5  Murrayfield
 17/04/65  Test South Africa  5  Scotland  8  Murrayfield
 06/12/69  Test South Africa  3  Scotland  6  Murrayfield
 19/11/94  Test South Africa  34  Scotland  10  Murrayfield
 06/12/97  Test South Africa  68  Scotland  10  Murrayfield
 21/11/98 Test South Africa  35 Scotland  10  Murrayfield
 03/10/99 RWC South Africa  46 Scotland  29  Murrayfield
16/11/02 Test South Africa  6 Scotland  21  Murrayfield
 07/06/03 Test South Africa  29 Scotland  25  Durban
 14/06/03 Test South Africa  28 Scotland  19  Johannesburg
 27/11/04 Test South Africa  45 Scotland  10  Murrayfield
 10/06/06 Test South Africa  36 Scotland  16  Durban
 17/06/06 Test South Africa  29 Scotland  15  Port Elizabeth
 25/08/07 Test South Africa  27 Scotland  3  Murrayfield
 15/11/08 Test South Africa  14 Scotland  10  Murrayfield
 17/11/12 Test South Africa  21 Scotland  10  Murrayfield
15/06/13 Test South Africa 30 Scotland 17  Nelspruit
17/11/13 Test South Africa 28 Scotland 0 Murrayfield
28/06/14 Test South Africa 55 Scotland 6 Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium
3/10/15 RWC South Africa 34 Scotland 16 St James’ Park, Newcastle

Total Points: 587 256

 

Matches South Africa Scotland Matches
Played Won Won Drawn
Overall Record 24 20 4 0
At South African Venues 7 7 0 0
Away Venues 15 12 4 0
Rugby World Cup 2 2 0 0

 

Did you know?

Scotland’s biggest win over SA was way back on the 17th November 1906, over ninety years ago. The match was played on Hampden Park, Glasgow (now the home of the famous soccer team, the Glasgow Rangers) and the Scots emerged triumphant thanks to tries by A B H L Purves from London Scottish and K G MacLeod from Cambridge University. The score was 6-0 to Scotland. The captain of the SA side was Paddy Carolin, his one and only game as captain.

South Africa’s biggest win was on the 6th December 1997 when the Boks hammered Scotland 68-10 at Murrayfield. South Africa led 42-3 at half time and a crowd of Scottish fans watched as the Boks rattled up ten tries including two to James Small and Percival Montgomery

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