Stuart Hogg was named Man of the Match in Scotland's 29-18 win over France at Murrayfield.
The Hawick full-back gave an excellent all-round performance during the Six Nations clash, and he was instrumental in creating Tim Visser's crucial try.
Captain Greig Laidlaw, from Galashiels, was elated at the final whistle. He lead his team out for the 25th time as Captain, earning his 50th Cap in doing so.
Alex Dunbar from Dumfries and Kelso's Ross Ford were also part of the team, who beat the French for the first time in 10 years.
The result now means Scotland could finish third in the championship, if they beat Ireland in their final game next weekend.