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Inverness rugby player Jamie Dobie named in Scotland squad for tour of Americas this summer as scrum half prepares to face USA, Canada, Chile and Uruguay


By Andrew Henderson

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Jamie Dobie has been named in the Scotland national team squad for their tour of the Americas this summer.

Inverness rugby player Jamie Dobie already has two Scotland caps to his name. Picture: SRU/SNS Group
Inverness rugby player Jamie Dobie already has two Scotland caps to his name. Picture: SRU/SNS Group

The 23-year-old scrum half is one of 37 players Gregor Townsend has picked for next month’s tour, which will see Scotland take on Canada, America, Chile and Uruguay.

Having been capped at youth level, Dobie was called into the senior Scotland squad for the first time during the 2021 Six Nations, making his debut later that year in a 60-14 win over Tonga.

Dobie would then make his second appearance for his country last summer against Italy.

With 10 uncapped players in the squad, though, the former Highland youth player will be hoping to add to his own tally on the other side of the Atlantic.


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