Dickson signs for two seasons with Weston
- Credit: Archant
Glenn Dickson will be Weston RFC’s player/coach for the next two seasons.
FORMER Otago fly-half Glenn Dickson, will be Weston RFC’s player/coach for the next two seasons and will be an important asset in the club’s quest to regain their National League status.
This will be good news for the Seasiders’ supporters who saw their team relegated last season.
Dunedin-born Dickson, aged 27, first played for the club in 2009/10 when he scored 179 points in 14 appearances.
Last term, the lack of a goalkicker was the prime reason for the relegation, the team losing six of their matches by two points or less.
You may also want to watch:
The New Zealander eventually arrived from Northampton, but was too late to save to demotion, despite the fact that he totalled 72 points from eight matches.
- 1 Coronavirus cases in North Somerset at highest ever daily rate
- 2 'Bright future' for Weston high street
- 3 Hundreds of children told to isolate after eight schools confirm coronavirus cases
- 4 Sharp rise in coronavirus cases in over 60s
- 5 North Somerset could be placed in higher tier after national lockdown ends
- 6 County council chairman urged to resign over 'slip of the tongue' comment about gypsies
- 7 Weston General Hospital increases patient-to-nurse ratio due to rising coronavirus patient numbers
- 8 Football association charges club and players following investigation after abandoned match
- 9 Weston Town Council pledges to be an anti-racist authority
- 10 North Somerset to move into tier 3 after end of nationwide lockdown