Captain Iain Laughland Death | Captain Iain Laughland Obituary – On Sunday, 9th of August 2020, past President and former Scotland centre/stand-off and captain Iain Laughland died. Iain Hugh Page Laughland, known to all and sundry as “Logie”, won 31 caps for Scotland between 1959 and 1967. He was a supremely gifted footballer, innovative and prolific winner in the sevens game. He captained Scottish Schools at cricket and while he was attached to the Seaforth Highlanders in 1953, he also played football for Nairn County in the Highland League.
According to Scottish Rugby (@Scotlandteam), he made an early impact as a stand-off, both in club rugby at London Scottish and in the English County Championship with East Midlands and won his first cap for Scotland in the centre in a 0-9 loss to France at Colombes in January 1959. Scottish Rugby reveals that Iain gave back so much to rugby, serving on the Anglo Scots committee for many years. In 1986-1987, he was first elected to Scottish Rugby’s General Committee and brought his sharp rugby brain and good humour to the fore. He served as President in the 2000-2001 season. We extend our condolences.
Scottish Rugby is saddened to learn of the death on Sunday 9 August of past President and former Scotland centre/stand-off and captain Iain Laughland. https://t.co/w36gsRo5B8
— Scottish Rugby (@Scotlandteam) August 10, 2020
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