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Stuart Hogg admits to ‘schoolboy error’ as fumble costs his side a second-half score

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Stuart Hogg admits to ‘schoolboy error’ as fumble costs his side a second-half score

Stuart Hogg admits to ‘schoolboy error’ as fumble costs his side a second-half score

Head Coach Gregor Townsend and Captain Stuart Hogg hold a press conference at Aviva Stadium in Dublin following a loss against Ireland in the Six Nations Championship.

Scotland’s new skipper Hogg cost his side a second-half score with a bizarre fumble.

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