Duncan Weir returned to his first professional club ahead of the 2021/22 season, five years after departing Scotstoun.
Only Dan Parks and Tommy Hayes have scored more points in a Glasgow jersey than the fly-half, whose first appearance for the Warriors came off the bench against Leinster in April 2010.
A breakthrough campaign in 2011/12 saw him named to the RaboDirect PRO12 Dream Team, as his 198 points helped the Warriors reach the semi-finals.
Weir was an integral part of the Guinness PRO12 title-winning side of 2014/15, coming off the bench to kick the final points of the famous 31-13 victory in the Guinness PRO12 Final victory over Munster in Belfast.
His pinpoint accuracy from the tee has long been a staple of the fly-half’s game, with Weir kicking a flawless 10 conversions from 10 attempts in the final match of his first spell at Scotstoun – a 70-10 thumping of Zebre.
A two-year stint at Edinburgh preceded three seasons with Worcester Warriors, where Weir became a cult hero with the English Premiership club’s supporters.
His Worcester career included being one of only two players to amass over 200 English Premiership points in 2018/19, joining England fly-half George Ford in the exclusive club, as well as raising over £16,000 for Acorns Children’s Hospice through growing his unmistakable afro in 2020.
On the international stage, too, Weir has performed with distinction; an iconic match-winning drop goal against Italy in 2014 and selection for the 2015 Rugby World Cup are just two of his highlights from his Scotland career to date.
Date of birth: 10/05/1991
Place of birth: Rutherglen, Scotland
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Height: 5ft 8in