COUNTY ace Liz Musgrove has retained her place in the Scotland Women side that will take on France in the women's Six Nations at Scotstoun tomorrow (Saturday) evening. 

The former North Berwick High School pupil, who lives near Drem, is retained after an impressive outing on debut and despite suffering a head injury that forced her from the field against Wales on Friday evening. 

After that 18-17 reverse, head coach Shade Munro has made two changes to his side, Lana Skeldon and Sarah Law joining the starting line-up.

Law replaces Jenny Maxwell at scrum-half, with Lisa Martin and Helen Nelson swapping positions - Martin will start at stand-off with Nelson partnering Lisa Thomson in the midfield.

See the team below. . . 

Skeldon, meanwhile, starts at hooker, with Rachel Malcolm moving to the back-row as Louise McMillan moves to the bench. 

Munro, said: “We are concentrating on developing our team and last week’s new caps have shown that they are capable of performing at a high level but this week will be another step up.

“It’s our first Six Nations game at Scotstoun but we have played here before and the atmosphere and facilities are fantastic.

"We’re sure the crowd will get right behind the team.”