- DOB7 Apr 1999
Breaking through in the 2018/19 campaign, Fraser Dingwall first linked up with Northampton Saints at just 14 years old.
While working his way through Saints' junior ranks, Dingwall began his international career in a Scotland shirt - captaining the Under-16s side and earning a cap at Under-18 level. But after signing for Northampton's Senior Academy in 2017, the Beford School graduate switched allegiances to England and featured at Under-18s and Under-20s – captaining the latter at the 2019 Six Nations and World Rugby Under-20s Championships in Argentina.
Back on the club scene, Dingwall was also impressing; helping Wanderers claim back-to-back Premiership Rugby Shield titles in 2017 and 2018 before making his Saints debut at Twickenham Stadium in 2018. Dingwall’s first Northampton try was a sensational effort against Wasps later that year, and the centre would score three more as he helped Saints to the knockout stages of every competition and a Premiership Rugby Cup title in his fledgling season.
And 24 more appearances would follow in 2019/20, alongside Dingwall being nominated for the Premiership Rugby Cup's Breakthrough Player award and scooping the Saints Young Player of the Season award for his efforts. Efforts which did not go unnoticed on the international stage, with Dingwall earning the call to England's training squad ahead of the 2020 Six Nations and Autumn Nations Cup.