Robinson full of 'positivity' after third win
Monday 25 June 2012
Head coach Andy Robinson believes Scotland can build on a successful summer tour in their tough autumn Test schedule.
Saturday's 17-16 win in Samoa followed victories against Australia and Fiji. Next up for the Scots are New Zealand, South Africa and Tonga in November.
"It gives us positivity going into the next year," Robinson said. "The guys should be excited about the forthcoming season and looking forward to being selected against New Zealand."
Scotland travelled on a low ebb, having lost all their Six Nations matches. "I'm delighted with what we have achieved," Robinson added. "Three big shifts were put in by the team."
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