Edinburgh hooker Stuart McInally has been called up into the Scotland Rugby World Cup squad to replace injured David Cherry.
Cherry had to leave the squad after suffering a concussion in an accident in the team hotel earlier this week, when he slipped on the stairs, that left him unavailable for 12 days.
McInally, who will now take part in his second World Cup, joined the squad on Thursday after initially being put on standby.
Cherry said: “I’m hugely disappointed to be leaving the squad with concussion. I’ve loved my time in camp over the summer and gaining my first world cup cap on Sunday against South Africa.
“I want to wish the team all the best for the remainder of the competition.”
Ewan Ashman, who also suffered a concussion last week, is continuing his return to play protocols and is currently on track to be available for selection next week.