Glasgow Warriors wing Tommy Seymour scored a stunning hat-trick as Scotland defeated Fiji 54-17 at BT Murrayfield in Edinburgh on Saturday.
The 30-year-old, who played in Glasgow’s 29-12 win at Cardiff Blues in Round 2 of the Heineken Champions Cup, moved up to fourth in Scotland’s all-time try-scorers list ahead of clubmate Stuart Hogg by touching down in the 41st, 56th and 62nd minutes.
Seymour was joined on the Scotland try sheet by Glasgow hooker Fraser Brown and centre Adam Hastings, Edinburgh Rugby prop Allan Dell and flanker Jamie Ritchie, and Saracens wing Sean Maitland.
Exeter Chiefs lock Sam Skinner was named man of the match on his Test debut for Scotland, while Racing 92 fly-half Finn Russell kicked two late conversions.
1⃣st appearance at BT Murrayfield for @Scotlandteam
1⃣st try for 🏴
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Leinster Rugby scrum-half Luke McGrath scored a crucial second-half try for Ireland as they ground out a 28-17 win over Argentina at Dublin’s Aviva Stadium.
Leinster fly-half Johnny Sexton converted it and improved one other try as well as kicking three penalties to guide Ireland to a record 10th consecutive home win.
Ulster Rugby utility back Will Addison made his first Test start for Ireland, having come on as a replacement to make his international debut against Italy in Chicago last week.
— Ulster Rugby (@UlsterRugby) November 10, 2018
Leinster centre Robbie Henshaw was injured in the warm-up, so the 26-year-old – who moved from Sale Sharks to the Irish province during the off-season – was handed the No. 13 jersey.
Five points from the boot of Saracens fly-half Owen Farrell – who sits third on the European Cup all-time points list – was not enough for England as they fell to a 16-15 defeat against New Zealand at Twickenham.
Elsewhere, RC Toulon hooker Guilhem Guirado and centre Mathieu Bastareaud scored tries either side of half-time for France as they were beaten 29-26 by South Africa at the Stade de France in Paris.