Rugby Stars Ride The Caledonian Way

Four former Scotland rugby players completed the 234 mile Caledonian Way at the weekend, raising thousands of pounds for charity.

Ruaridh Jackson, who earned 33 caps between 2010 and 2018; Richie Vernon, the first man to go to World Cups for Scotland as a forward then as a back; Ryan Grant, the former Scotland prop and 2009 Lions tourist and Andrew Easson, the former Edinburgh and Scotland Sevens player, were raising funds for My Name’5 Doddie Foundation and Unite Against Cancer.

 

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