Congratulations are in order for Ken Scotland who was inducted into the Scottish Sport Hall of fame last week. Ken has been credited as the “supreme counter-attacker of his age” who made his name as an aggressive full-back. He made 32 appearances for Scotland across an eight-year span, but was best remembered for his starring role for the British Lions on their 1959 tour of Australia, New Zealand and Canada. He made more than 22 appearances for the British national side on that tour, scoring 12 tries including a hat-trick in the opening match against Hawke’s Bay. Many Members will attest that he also brings those skills to the Golf Course.