Condition: 8/10 Excellent. Light wear
Size: Adult's Small
Chest Measurement: 36-38 Inches / 92-97 CM
Colour: Navy blue, white trim
Seasons: 1990/1991 & 1991/1992 & 1992/1993 & 1993/1994
Official Umbro Scotland home rugby shirt from the 1990/91 international season.
Condition of this original rugby shirt is 8/10 – Excellent. Light wear (see photos).
Material is bright, vivid and smooth. Fantastic looking shirt, ideal for a collector or for framing.
Scotland’s greatest year in the modern era was 1990, when their season came down to one game, a Grand Slam decider at Murrayfield against the "auld enemy", England. Both sides had won all their Five Nations fixtures, and England were overwhelming favourites despite being the away side. Scotland under the captaincy of prop David Sole went on to win 13–7, and with it their third Grand Slam. The match against England in 1990 was also only the second time that Flower of Scotland was played at Murrayfield, having become Scotland's pre-match national anthem that year.
The second World Cup took place in 1991 with matches shared between the Five Nations. Scotland won their pool, though the game against Ireland was close, and then beat Western Samoa in the quarter-final. They lost to England in the semi-final held at Murrayfield to a Rob Andrew drop goal. In the third place play-off they were beaten by New Zealand.
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