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 Parents: Meet Jock Weir, Nanny Weir
Who are Doddie Weir’s mother and father?
Doddie Weir was Weir was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, the son of Jock Weir, and Nanny Weir. He was educated at Daniel Stewart’s and Melville College.
He studied at the Scottish Agricultural College from 1988 to 1991, gaining a Higher National Diploma.