Glenn Morrison becomes director of rugby at Cleveland

Drew Darbyshire

Glenn Morrison has been appointed director of rugby at Cleveland

Glenn Morrison has become the director of rugby at North American Rugby League side Cleveland.

Cleveland will play in the inaugural North American Rugby League competition as part of the Eastern Conference.

Morrison, who made more than 300 career appearances as a player, coached Championship side Dewsbury between 2012-17 as well as being on the coaching staff with Jamaica.

Cleveland founder Monte Gaddis said: “Glenn will be a key asset for us to have a successful season in the NARL.

“He will help expose the brand of Cleveland Rugby League and also help gain interest from more supporters and players from the UK and Australia.

“Glenn Morrison and myself have connected over the years, from me starting at Shaw Cross and training with Dewsbury Rams when he was the head coach.”

Morrison played for Balmain Tigers, North Sydney Bears, North Queensland Cowboys, Parramatta Eels, Bradford and Wakefield.

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