NEWS | Graham added to Scotland's Autumn Test squad

Edinburgh winger Darcy Graham has been added to the Scotland squad for the upcoming 2018 Autumn Tests.

Having already been named as training with the squad, the 21-year-old’s status has been upgraded to a full squad member as Gregor Townsend’s side prepare to face Wales at the Principality Stadium this Saturday November 3 in the Doddie Weir Cup.

The 21-year-old product of Hawick RFC and the Fosroc Scottish Rugby Academy is an accomplished back-three player, having shone for Scotland U20 and Scotland 7s.

He joined Edinburgh in February last year but a knee injury curtailed his early involvement, however he returned to form with the abbreviated side - impressing at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games - and has gone on to be a stand-out performer in Edinburgh’s 2018/19 Guinness PRO14 and Heineken Champions Cup campaign – notching up a try in Friday’s defeat to Zebre.

The Scotland medical team also confirmed that back-row duo Magnus Bradbury and Luke Crosbie (who was training with the squad) will return to the care of Edinburgh’s medical team for further care and assessment on shoulder and jaw injuries respectively.