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Scottish Injuries


By Max Devo
February 21 2012

Scottish wing Max Evans and lock Jim Hamilton were both unable to train with the squad when they convened at Murrayfield to begin preparations for Sunday’s home RBS 6 Nations Championship match against France.

Evans is still recovering from an ankle in jury while Hamilton has a throat infection.

Two other forwards, Richie Vernon (ankle) and Scott Lawson (dead leg) are also receiving treatment from the Scotland medical team following injuries they sustained in their club matches at the weekend,.

Meanwhile, Ed Kalman, the Glasgow Warriors prop who made his international debut in Cardiff, resumes team training having recovered from neck pain following that match.

His Warriors team-mate, stand-off Ruaridh Jackson, is added to the Scotland squad having played in the last two Warriors RaboDirect PRO12 matches against Scarlets and Connacht.

The Scotland team will be named on Wednesday.

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Date: 21/02/2012 11:19

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