Scotland finished the strongest and capped off a gutsy display with van der Merwe claiming his second try sending his side fourth in the table.
Adams will compete with Nisbet, Oli McBurnie and Lyndon Dykes for a place up front, with Ryan Fraser set to resume his supporting role.
Jimmy Greaves and others pay tribute to 'great footballer' Ian St John after Liverpool legend's death
St John became best known to a new generation of football fans by presenting the weekly television show Saint and Greavsie alongside former Tottenham Hotspur and England forward Greaves.
St. John joined for a club-record fee from Scottish team Motherwell while Liverpool was in the second division.
Docherty won the League Cup as Chelsea boss but was best known for his five-year spell at Old Trafford, overseeing an FA Cup final win over Bob Paisley's Liverpool in 1977.
Shelley Kerr steps down as Scotland women's football team head coach after failing to qualify for Euro 2022
Kerr— who also coached Scotland at the Euro 2017 finals where they went out in the group stage— said it was time to confront new challenges.
The granddaughter of the 11th Duke of Devonshire Andrew Cavendish and his wife Deborah Mitford of a glamorous, unconventional aristocratic family, Tennant was one of the leading British models of the 1990s.
The Scottish Parliament voted unanimously in favour of the Period Products bill on Tuesday, months after lawmakers had initially signalled their support
Euro 2020: Scotland qualify for continental tournament to end long wait as North Macedonia make history
Hungary and Slovakia also won to secure spots at the tournament which was postponed earlier this year because of the coronavirus pandemic and is now set for June and July of 2021.
Euro 2020 qualifiers: Scotland survive shootout against Israel to reach playoff final; Ireland miss out after Slovakia loss
Scotland are now one game away from their first major tournament in 22 years when they travel to Serbia on 12 November, but were pushed all the way after neither side could find the net in 120 minutes at Hampden.
UEFA Nations League: Italy beat Netherlands to move to top of group; Czech Republic lose to Scotland
It was Italy’s 11th win in 12 matches although some critics tempered that feat by pointing out that none of those victories were against the so-called ‘big teams’ of international soccer.
The Skylark Nano is a development spacecraft of the company, while it works on its orbital commercial launch vehicles – known as the Skylark- L and Skyrora XL.
Studying the millipede revealed that “a rapid radiative evolution” helped these organisms to come out of aquatic ecosystems and start living in “complex forest grade communities” in just 40 million years.
Governments urged to boost renewable energy, conservation and other green measures as economies recover.
Neil Gaiman issues apology for breaking lockdown rules; travelling from New Zealand to Scotland amidst the coronavirus pandemic
Neil Gaiman's apology came a week after he was criticised by the press as well as politicians for making the 11,000 mile-trip from New Zealand to the Isle of Skye in the Hebrides.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Celtic named champions, Hearts relegated as Scottish season ends due to pandemic
Celtic have been named champions of Scotland after the clubs voted on Monday to end the season early due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Scottish Professional Football League said in a statement.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Real Kashmir FC coach David Robertson stranded in Srinagar, could soon return home to Scotland
Robertson, his wife Kim, and son Mason, who plays for the club, are staying in Chattoo's hotel in Srinagar ever since the lockdown to contain the COVID-19 pandemic was enforced
It is highly unlikely that Australia's scheduled limited-overs tour of England and Scotland will go ahead given the coronavirus pandemic, star batsman David Warner has said.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Poll to arrive at resolution over suspended season sees Scottish football go in meltdown
Scottish football never seems too far from a crisis, and it has been plunged into another one over the past week, with even an American library finding itself bizarrely dragged into the mess
The Scottish season was suspended until at least 10 June on Thursday as clubs prepared to vote on a Scottish Professional Football League resolution to end the season immediately in the lower divisions.