Stevie Scott is a Scotsman, born and raised in the Scottish Borders, a Scottish rugby heartland. In his early rugby days, Scott played for two amateur Borders teams : Gala and Melrose. He turned professional in 1997 when he signed up with Borders Rugby. However, Scott played the greater part of his professional career at Edinburgh Rugby. While with Edinburgh Rugby, Scott was capped by Scotland , with his debut test against the All blacks in New Zealand. Scott went on to play 11 international matches as hooker, for Scotland.
Upon retiring from playing international and professional rugby, Scott turned to coaching. Putting the skills and experience he had acquired as a player to good use, Scott became a forwards coach. He has coached in the English Premiership with Sale Sharks and the Pro 14 with Edinburgh Rugby. At international level, Scott was head coach for Scotland’s U-20 and the forwards coach for the Scotland team.
While coaching for Edinburgh Rugby, Scott attained his Level 4 coaching certification, the highest qualification in rugby coaching. With 10 years as a professional player and 10 years coaching at the top end of rugby, Scott brings to the Warriors a formidable 20 years of experience.