- DOB7 Apr 1999
Fraser Dingwall enjoyed a breakthrough 2018/19 campaign, Chris Boyd’s first season at the helm, making his debut, racking up 12 senior appearances in Black, Green and Gold, and scoring four tries along the way.
First noticed at 14 years old, the centre began his international career with Scotland, captaining the Under-16s side during the Wellington International Festival and earning a cap for the Under-18s against Wales the following year.
After signing for the Club’s Senior Academy in 2017 from Bedford School, Dingwall switched to play for England and featured in the Under-18 International Series before earning Under-20s recognition a year later.
After one Under-20s Six Nations campaign, Dingwall was named skipper for his second season at that level, captaining the side for the 2019 tournament as well as at the 2019 World Rugby Under-20 Championship in Argentina.
With two Premiership Rugby A League medals in his locker from Wanderers’ 2017 and 2018 triumphs, the centre made his full Club debut at Twickenham Stadium as Saints hosted The Derby in aid of Rob Horne.
Dingwall’s first Northampton try was a sensational effort against Wasps in November 2018, while he was nominated for the Premiership Rugby Cup’s Breakthrough Player award during the 2019/20 season.