Scotland31 V   Ireland21
  COMPETITION: Rugby World Cup Warm up friendly†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Updated 23.08.2007
  VENUE: Murrayfield DATE: 11 August 2007 SPECTATORS: 25,127
  REFEREE: Anthony Spreadbury (England) HALFTIME: 19-6  
  SCORERS: SCORERS:
  TRIES: Henderson (3), Murray, Hogg TRIES: Boss, Trimble
  CONVERSIONS: Paterson (2), Parks CONVERSIONS: Wallace
  PENALTY GOALS: PENALTY GOALS: Wallace (2), Murphy
  DROPPED GOALS: DROPPED GOALS:
   
15 Rory Lamont Sale Sharks, England 15 Geordan Murphy Leicester, England
14 Sean Lamont Northampton Saints, England 14 Brian Carney Munster
13 Robert Dewey (22) Ulster Rugby, Ireland 13 Brian O'Driscoll (Capt.) (21) Leinster
12 Andrew Henderson Glasgow Warriors 12 Gavin Duffy (22) Connacht
11 Simon Webster Edinburgh Gunners 11 Thomas Bowe Ulster
10 Christopher Paterson (21) Gloucester, England 10 Patrick Wallace Ulster
9 Michael Blair (20) Edinburgh Gunners 9 Isaac Boss (20) Ulster
8 Allister Hogg Edinburgh Gunners 8 James Heaslip Leinster
7 Simon Taylor (19) Stade Francais, France 7 Stephan Ferris Ulster
6 Jason White (Capt.) (18) Sale Sharks, England 6 Niel Best (19) Ulster
5 James Hamilton (2) Leicester Tigers, England 5 Paul O'Connell Munster
4 Nathan Hines Perpignan, France 4 Malcolm O'Kelly (18) Leinster
3 Euan Murray (17) Northampton Saints, England 3 Simon Best Ulster
2 Ross Ford (16) (5) Glasgow Warriors 2 Jerry Flannery (16) Munster
1 Allan Jacobson Edinburgh Gunners 1 Bryan Young (17) Ulster
   
16 Fergus Thomson (2) Glasgow Warriors 16 Rory Best (2) Ulster
17 Craig Smith (3) Edinburgh Gunners 17 John Hayes (1) Munster
18 Scott MacLeod (6) Llanelli Scarlets, Wales 18 Alan Quinlan (4) Munster
19 Kelly Brown (7) Glasgow Warriors 19 Keith Gleeson (6) Leinster
20 Christopher Cusiter (9) Border Reivers 20 Eion Redden (9) London Wasps, England
21 Daniel Parks (10) Glasgow Warriors 21 Ronan O'Gara (13) Munster
22 Nikki Walker (13) Neath-Swansea Ospreys 22 Andrew Trimble (12) Ulster
   
  COACH: Frank Hadden COACH: Eddie O'Sullivan
               
MATCH NOTES
This was Scotland's first win against Ireland since September 2001. The last time Scotland scored as many as five tries was when they notched half a dozen against Romania in Bucharest in June 2005.

Hendersonís hat trick was the first by a Scot in international rugby since Chris Patersonís treble against Japan at Perth in November 2004. This was Jason White's first test after a nine month layoff due to injury. Fergus Thomson was making his test debut for Scotland. MacLeod last played for Scotland against South Africa in June 2006. Hogg's and Murray's tries were their first for Scotland.

Sources
http://www.scottishrugby.org/sru/international/scotland/news.cfm?news_uuid=5585DADA-DCB9-1F43-72A5-094FC03EBCD4
http://www.irishrugby.ie/283_8507.php