Scottish Rugby 'expresses regret' and says it will not challenge World Rugby fine

  The Scotsman 

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The Scottish Rugby Union has "expressed its regret" and will not challenge World Rugby over its £70,000 fine and formal reprimand, the governing body has announced.
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