Six Nations 2024: Scotland ‘nonetheless not enjoying to potential’, says coach Peter Horne

Pete Horne
Peter Horne (centre) believes Scotland are nonetheless to grasp their full potential this 12 months.

Scotland are but to totally play to their potential on this Six Nations, believes nationwide group coach Pete Horne.

Victories over England and Wales, and a slim loss to France, have put Scotland in second place within the desk, going into Saturday’s journey to Italy.

However Scotland assistant coach Pete Horne says group has missed alternatives to press dwelling their benefits to this point within the competitors.

“We’re clearly fairly pleased with the place we’re at,” he stated.

“We really feel the little tweaks to our recreation and the way in which we have developed because the World Cup’s been good.

“We have been proper within the combine – we ought to be three from three so we will not be disillusioned with that, however we positively really feel like we have left plenty of alternatives on the market.

“We missed a couple of alternatives towards Wales and allow them to come proper again into the sport, after which did not have the conviction to get that bonus level proper on the finish.

“Once more on the weekend there it was actually only a 10-minute blip the place we missed three or 4 stonewall probabilities to point out precisely what we’re.

“It is a good place to be, we’re getting some respectable outcomes, however we’re nonetheless not enjoying to our potential.”

Scotland journey to Italy on Saturday seeking to put in one other good efficiency, having had the possibility to relaxation up gamers after the win over England.

“We have been constructing a very long time know to actually present what we have,” stated Horne.

“It is taken a bit of little bit of time to work on that evolution, however I believe we’re getting there. That excellent stability is what’s so tough to come back by in rugby.”

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