George Wilson “Doddie” Weir was a Scottish rugby union player who played as a lock. He made 61 international appearances for the Scotland national team.
He lived with his family on a farm which he bought in the Scottish Borders. The Doddie Weir Cup is named after him.
Weir started playing rugby for Stewart’s Melville FP RFC, He then played for Melrose RFC in the Borders and was part of the team that won six Scottish club championships.
Doddie Weir Children: Meet Hamish Doddie, Ben Doddie, Angus John Doddie
Does Doddie Weir have a son or daughter, who are his children?
Doddie Weir was married to Kathy Weir. The couple has three children: Hamish Doddie, Angus John Doddie, and Ben Doddie.
The couple welcomed their first son, Hamish, who’s now 21 years outdated, 4 years after getting married.
The eldest Weir, who is following in his father’s footsteps and playing for Melrose’s first team this season, is currently gaining attention for his exceptional talent.
Despite sharing his father’s height, Hamish isn’t a second rower and is usually used as a wing or fullback due to his quickness of foot and energy.