Kelly Brown delighted with captaincy

Saracens' Kelly Brown in action on December 16, 2012
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Saracens back-row Kelly Brown admits his delight at being named as the Scotland captain for the Six Nations.

Saracens back-row Kelly Brown has admitted his delight at being named as the Scotland captain for the Six Nations opener against England.

The 30-year-old, who missed last year's Six Nations through injury, has also revealed that it is "a huge honour to captain" his country.

Brown told reporters: "It's a huge honour to captain Scotland. The job now, though, is to work with all the other players in the squad to deliver a performance to make the country proud (against England) this weekend.

"It's a while since I've played against England. I missed out through injury in last year's Six Nations and I was sidelined during the Rugby World Cup match in Auckland as well, so I'm really raring to go."

Brown skippered Scotland for the autumn internationals.

Scotland players talk during game with South Africa on November 17, 2012
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