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Compared to the other ‘home nations’ Scotland were slow off of the blocks when it comes to international Rugby League but other the past decade or so, the country have made great strides forward.
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The Bravehearts first major taste of international rugby League came in 1995 in a close 26-22 loss to Ireland and just 5 years later the Scots had progressed enough to qualify for the Rugby League World Cup.
Although they lost all of their games at that competition, all were by fewer than 12 points.
In 2008, Scotland went on to record their first ever World Cup victory in a shock 18-16 victory over Fiji which helped give the Scots the belief they needed to win at the very top level.
In 2009 they used that new found belief to go onto reach the finals of the European cup before losing to Wales.
Having shocked the Rugby League world by qualifying for the 2016 4 Nations, the Braveheart’s went into the tournament as the vast underdogs as they face the giants of Australia, England and New Zealand. After losing comfortably in their opening match to Australia, Scotland learnt quickly and put in a much-improved performance against England before pulling off one of the biggest shocks in Internationals Test match rugby history and the biggest shock of the 4 nations history as they held the then number 1 team in world New Zealand Kiwis to a 16-16 draw.