FORMER RGC star James Lang gained some more international experience after helping Scotland to a dominant 48-7 win over Georgia.

The talented back was named in the starting line-up for their Six Nations warm-up clash, which saw the Scots run riot on their eastern European opponents during a convincing display overall.

Lang, who currently plays for Harlequins in the English Premiership, was part of the Gogs’ squad that surged up the Welsh domestic pyramid following their inception, with his exceptional displays attracting the interest of clubs up and down the country.

Moving to the pro ranks has seen Lang take his game to new heights and although he didn’t manage to cross the white wash against the Georgians, he did mange to turn in an encouraging display to further enhance his claims to see some action during the Six Nations in the coming weeks.

Speaking to BBC Sport, Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend said: "It was certainly a good work out for the forwards.

"We knew the Georgians pride themselves on the scrum and the maul and given the conditions underfoot we thought there would be a lot of scrums tonight.

"I thought we stood up well there, we were dominant in the scrum and certainly in the maul. There are certainly areas to improve on, but it's the first game for a while."

Lang is one of many former RGC players who are plying their trade at high-profile clubs across the country, with Sean Lonsdale another who has made his presence felt in the English Premiership over the last two seasons with Exeter Chiefs.