Celebrate the Melrose 7s victory with the squad at the Legends Dinner

24th April 2019

Come along to the 2019 London Scottish Legends Dinner at The Hurlingham Club on Thursday 16 May and celebrate with the victorious London Scottish Melrose 7s side led by team captain, Fraser Lyle.

The squad, made up of London Scottish Lions players, England 7s & Scotland 7s players, went unbeaten on the day, triumphing over the likes of Jedforest and Stellenbosch University on their way to winning the final against a strong Edinburgh Academicals side. This is the first time London Scottish has won this very special Melrose tournament, the home of rugby sevens, since Robin Marshall skippered the team to victory in 1965. By remarkable coincidence and good fortune Robin is one of this year’s London Scottish Hall of Fame award winners.

Join us

Would you like to attend the 2019 Legends Dinner on 16 May at the Hurlingham Club?

  Some tickets at £150pp are still available and can be bought individually or as a table of 10. If you would like to join us, please email

Not only will the winning squad be there celebrating their momentous win but the winning Ladies Cup will also be on display.  And, uniquely, alongside it, will be the trophy won by the London Scottish Lions in their debut year in the Hertford and Middlesex league.

Tickets are limited but a few still remain so act fast to secure your place at what will be a first class event as we induct former London Scottish players Robin Marshall, Billy Steele, Rob Wainwright and Simon Amor into our Hall of Fame.

We also have the pleasure of being joined by international referee Wayne Barnes as guest speaker for the evening, ahead of the Rugby World Cup in Japan later this year. He is sure to have many a story from his time refereeing at the highest levels of rugby over many years.

London Scottish is proud to confirm that My Name’5 Doddie Foundation (MNDF) is the official Charity Partner for the 2019 Legends Dinner. MNDF is a remarkable charity set up in November 2017 by former Scotland international Doddie Weir and his trustees, a few months after Doddie himself was diagnosed as suffering from Motor Neurone Disease (MND). Fundraising on the night will be for the benefit of both MNDF and London Scottish.


The 2019 Legends Dinner is sponsored by Carbon Financial




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