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Travel Information for Scotland.

Travel Information for Scotland.

Travel information in Scotland to the A and Under 21 games.

A International.
The A International takes place in Stirling County RFC, Bridgehaugh Park.
By Road: Approach Stirling on the M9 Motorway and exit at the Aberfoyle exit. Continue down Drip Road, past the market and go through two round-abouts until confronted by a roundabout that has a clock in the center. Turn left over the River Forth bridge, through a set of traffic lights and just after you go under a bridge there is a turn to the right where the clubhouse is located.
By Rail: There is a direct service from Edinburgh. It takes one hour (approx). A taxi from the station (Stirling) to the stadium, costs about #Stg1.50. After the game trains back to Edinburgh run up to 11am.

Under 21 International
This game is being played at Dundee High School FP Rugby Football Club, at Mayfield Playing Fields on the Abroath Road.

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By road: From direction of Perth, follow the Kingsway (A972) to the East. At the first roundabout AFTER the double roundabout (approx 5.25 miles from the start of the A972) take Old Craigie Road (the 4th exit) all the way down until it joins the Arbroath Road (B959). Mayfield Sports Ground is facing you.

If you’re coming up from the south, you cross the Tay Bridge (A92). Exit the bridge using the righthand slip road. From the roundabout follow East Dock Street (A92). Stay on the A92 (along Broughty Ferry Road and left at the lights up Greendykes Road). At the first roundabout, turn left up Craigie Avenue. Turn left at the junction with the Arbroath Road (B959) and Mayfield is less than half a mile along on your left.
> By Rail: From Edinburgh Waverley, a journey that takes an hour and a half (approx) with trains running late at night for the return to Edinburgh if necessary.