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    Posted: 26 Apr 2017 at 10:57
After 10+ years as coach, Head Coach and DOR at Loughborough Students Dave Morris decides to move onwards - and upwards some would say - to become DOR at London Scottish. He's been a good servant at Luff and I for one wish him all the very best at LS. It can't have been easy to start each season with 12 or so of last years team gone. Well done him I say.
Having lost their defensive coach earlier in the season (Kieran Beattie who went back to Scotland to work for the Scottish RFU) and now their DOR, is this the time for Loughborough to hire a very experienced DOR with a proven track record? I think it is.
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Well they wont be short of old boys to choose from.
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Dave has done a great job continually rebuilding each year and normally finishing in a decent position.
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I'd think that his record with Loughborough speaks for itself, so well done to him for all he has achieved there and good luck at LS.
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