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Scottish rugby giant Doddie Weir dies aged 52 after battle against motor neurone disease 


Scottish rugby giant Doddie Weir dies aged 52 after losing brave five-year battle against motor neurone disease

  • Rugby’s Doddie Weir has died, aged 52, after battle with Motor Neurone Disease
  • Former Scotland and Lions player’s death was confirmed by his family this evening
  • Scottish Rugby announced the tragic news, paying tribute on social media

Rugby legend Doddie Weir has died, aged 52, after five-year battle with Motor Neurone Disease. 

The former Scotland and Lions player’s death was confirmed by his family this evening. 

Since his diagnosis in 2017, he campaigned for greater research and funding intothe disease.

Doddie Weir pictured at a match on November 12. Since his diagnosis in 2017, he has campaigned for greater research and funding intothe disease

Doddie Weir pictured at a match on November 12. Since his diagnosis in 2017, he has campaigned for greater research and funding…



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