GREENOCK Wanderers have become a hit on the internet after the SRU highlighted their successful return to training on its Youtube channel.

The clip has attracted hundreds of views since being uploaded to the governing body's official channel last week.

Scottish Rugby approached the club as they wanted to use Wanderers as an example of how teams can return safely to training and filmed the youth and ladies' teams' sessions at Fort Matilda.

It features interviews with ladies captain Bev Addison and development officer AJ Gutherie.

They shared their experience of returning to training and the new safety procedures in place at the club.

Gutherie told the Tele: "It's great to know all the hard work everyone has put in is being recognised, not just in Inverclyde but nationally as well.

"There are people in other countries who will have seen the video and it puts the club in a good light.

"The regional director of Scottish Rugby, Jen Griffin, said she had been looking at some of the things we'd been doing with our return to rugby and she said she wanted to do a promo video of good practice showing other clubs how they can be done.

"The video was a success story on how this has worked for us.

"We're one of the clubs Scottish Rugby is looking to as a model for other clubs to follow."

Since the video has been released, Wanderers have moved into the next phase and can now take part in contact training in line with Scottish Government guidelines.

To watch the video, visit