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Dingwall rugby star scores four tries to get Scotland in quarter finals of Commonwealth Games rugby sevens


By Will Clark

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JACOB Henry scored four tries as Scotland qualified for the quarter finals of the Commonwealth Games.

Jacob Henry started all five of Scotland under-20's 2020 Six Nations matches. Picture: SRU/SNS Group
Jacob Henry started all five of Scotland under-20's 2020 Six Nations matches. Picture: SRU/SNS Group

The 21-year-old from Dingwall scored a try in the 41–0 win over Tonga and then scored a hat trick in thr 50-12 demolition of Malaysia.

However, they suffered a 34–0 hammering against tournament favourites South Africa to finish the group in second place.

Scotland now face Olympic champions Fiji in the quarter finals with the match scheduled to take place at 8.26.

Henry previously played for Ross Sutherland and Highland.


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