Rory Lamont undergoes surgery

Rory Lamont
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Scotland's Rory Lamont undergoes surgery to stabilise the broken leg that he sustained at the weekend.

Scotland wing Rory Lamont underwent surgery on his fractured leg earlier today.

The 29-year-old suffered the injury during his side's 23-17 loss to France in the Six Nations on Saturday.

"Rory is under the care of the orthopaedic surgeons at Edinburgh Royal Infirmary. He was undergoing surgery this lunchtime to stabilise a fracture to his fibula," Scotland team doctor James Robson said in a Scottish Rugby statement.

The Scottish medical team are yet to put a date on when Lamont will be available for selection again.

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