Scotland 'A' injury worries continue
March 31, 2000

The Scotland 'A' team's injury problems ahead of Saturday's meeting with England A at Goldenacre have continued unabated on Friday.
Wasps winger Kenny Logan is the latest casualty. He has had to stand down because of a chest infection. Rowen Shepherds now drafted into the team and he will appear at inside centre with Alastair Murdoch switching to the wing in Logan's place. Kenny Milligan of Edinburgh Reivers fills the vacancy among the replacements created by Shepherd's promotion.
The revised Scotland A team for the match, which kicks off at 5.45pm, now reads: Derrick Lee; Alastair Murdoch, David Officer, Rowen Shepherd, Craig Joiner; Mark McKenzie, Graeme Beveridge; Allan Jacobsen, Steve Scott, Barry Stewart, Stewart Campbell, Andy Lucking, Cameron Mather, Don Mackinnon, Simon Holmes captain. Replacements: Chris Docherty, Matthew Proudfoot, Iain Fullarton, Jon Petrie, Graeme Burns, Gordon Ross, Kenny Milligan.

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