A former accountant and ex-captain of the
Scottish Rugby team has put himself
up as a candidate to be the next president of the Scottish Rugby Council
Peter Brown, who
won 27 caps for Scotland from 1964-73, and captained them in three
successive wins over England, was senior partner with
Thorburn chartered accountants in Galashiels from 1975 to 2005, while also
holding directorships with the Scottish Building Society and on other company
Brown will compete against Jim Stevenson of Cambuslang and George Jack, the
current Scottish Rugby Council vice-chairman.
A vote to decide who will become the next president will be held at the
Scottish Rugby Union AGM on 29 June.
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