Scotland U20s set record to demolish Samoa

Scotland scored a remarkable 19 tries to crush Samoa in the opening match of their World Rugby U20 Trophy campaign.

The Scots set a tournament-record tally in their 123-15 victory in Edinburgh, overtaking Japan's 105-20 success against Hong Kong China just a few hours earlier.

Winger Finlay Doyle and full-back Fergus Watson both celebrated hat-tricks in a one-sided contest.

Hooker Jerry Blyth-Lafferty touched down twice either side of his tighthead brother Ollie doing the same.

Scotland take on Hong Kong China on Sunday and complete Group A against Japan on Friday 12 July.

Uruguay, Netherlands, USA and Kenya make up Group B.