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Barrow Raiders sign prop for 2013

POWERFUL prop Andrew Dawson has signed a new deal with Barrow Raiders for 2013.

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COMING THROUGH: Andrew Dawson for Barrow REF: 50038009B004

The young Millomite made the step up from the amateur game this season and had made five starts and 18 substitute appearances for coach Darren Holt in his maiden season.

Raiders director of rugby Andy Gaffney said: “We are well aware that we will need a very strong pack of forwards if we are to survive in the Championship and there is no more promising prop than Andy.

“He is going to get better and better with each season and I am really pleased that he is going to continue in a Raiders shirt for the next 12 months.”

Dawson’s signing means Barrow have now recruited 15 players ahead of next season, with James Nixon, Scott Kaighan, Dan Toal and Adam Clay also announced this week.

See Thursday’s Evening Mail for the full story and reaction.

Have your say

Good to see The Big Bruski putting pen to paper, would of been plenty of offers on the table no doubt. Now time to kick on and work towards the next level.

Posted by Bruie's mentor on 28 September 2012 at 13:12

Well done Andrew from all at the Bake House in Millom. If we weren't supplying you with two meat and 'tatie' pies, a steak slice, a sausage roll and caramel shortbread, we don't think you'd have the athletic physique you have now

Posted by Bake House on 27 September 2012 at 08:00

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