7 Jun, 15:39
ERC can confirm that the Federation Française de Rugby (FFR) has withdrawn its application to host the 2014 Heineken Cup and Amlin Challenge Cup finals, due to the ongoing uncertainty regarding the availability of the Stade de France.
Toulouse travelled north as heavy favourites despite Edinburgh's higher seeding but Scott and co produced a quite brilliant performance to reach a first semi-final against Ulster later this month.
And while it was the Edinburgh backline who provided the points courtesy of a Mike Blair try and three penalties, a conversion and a drop goal from Greig Laidlaw, Scott insists it was the pack that really set the platform for the most famous success in the club's history.
"The forward effort didn't surprise us but I think it surprised Toulouse," the newly-capped midfielder told The Scotsman.
"They came with a plan to kick for territory and then pressure our set piece but our forwards were brilliant.
"We proved that we have more to our game than just the harum scarum stuff, that we can play with a bit of grunt, so all we need to add now is consistency."
Consistency has undoubtedly been an issue for Edinburgh this term as they continue to struggle in the RaboDirect PRO12.
Michael Bradley's troops shipped 50 points to fellow Heineken Cup semi-finalists Leinster last week and have long been out of the running for an end-of-season play-off place.
But just two more wins in Europe will secure the ultimate prize of the Heineken Cup and Scott is convinced that Edinburgh's progress in the game's premier club competition will be mirrored by domestic improvement next season.
"Our league form will come good if we retain our best players and maybe add one or two more," added Scott.
"I think this Edinburgh team can hold their own against anyone and we will be targeting the Pro12 play-offs next year because, if Glasgow can do it, then we can too."