Scotland scrum-half Jamie Dobie has signed a new 'long-term' deal to stay with Glasgow Warriors

The 22-year-old becomes the latest player to commit his future to the Scotstoun side. The Inverness-born scrum half has two caps for Scotland and played more than 50 times for Warriors since making his debut in 2019. 

As well as Jones, Dobie joins Scott Cummings, Jamie Bhatti, Johnny Matthews, Gregor Hiddleston, Angus Fraser and Nathan MacBeth in deciding to stay at Scotstoun. Rory Sutherland is expected to join for next season while rumours continue to swirl around Adam Hastings and his potential return to Scotstoun. 

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And he said: “I’m absolutely delighted to be staying. Seeing where the squad is at the moment and the potential within this group made it a really straightforward decision for me to extend my contract with the club.

"The depth we have here shows that we’re in a really good place to push on and challenge for silverware.

“Looking back, I definitely came into Glasgow as a boy rather than as a player immediately ready for pro rugby, and those first couple of years were so important for my development.

"Getting used to playing in front of crowds at Scotstoun and developing my skills really gave me the platform to kick on, and now the next step for me is to kick on even further and put my hand up to be involved in the big matches at the business end of the season.

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“Franco and the coaches talk a lot about our goal, which is to be the best version of ourselves every time we represent this club.

"Everyone is pulling towards the same destination and our target is to be consistently challenging for silverware.

“We want to push on and bring a trophy back to Scotstoun and I know the supporters will be with us every step of the journey.”