The Dewsbury Rams announced a few week’s ago that new player Frazer Morris had joined the club after leaving fellow West Yorkshire side Halifax RFLC.
We caught up with Frazer as he has now played two games for Dewsbury, the victory over Swinton in the 1895 cup game and against Rochdale in the Betfred Championship.
Morris explained that he is delighted to have joined the club and is now looking forward to cracking on with the rest of the season.
He said: “I was at Halifax and unfortunately I wasn’t playing much in the first team and was only getting chances in the reserve squad and Simon Grix the Halifax head coach told me to come here. He thought it would be a good move for me to try and get some game time and prove myself which I have.
“I am enjoying it here so far, it’s two games, and two wins and hopefully I can do the same in Toronto but it will be a tough one.
“Since I have arrived here I can tell that this is a close family club, and all the lads are really close in the squad. I have settled in well and I am getting on with them well already., everyone is really welcoming and the fans seem really great too.
“I have not talked to Lee before until Simon Grix told me about the opportunity here and then I spoke to Lee.”
As well as getting two Rams victories under his belt in his first two games, he has also scored two tries. Morris insists that he likes to get over the whitewash just as much as the next man.
He commented: “I like to get over now and then everyone likes to score tries and I am no different, and you have to just try and get as many as you can.
“I loved scoring the two tries and especially so early on in my time at this club, hopefully it has pushed me into a starting position on the team even if it’s coming off of the bench.”
Finally Morris explained that his aims for the rest of the season were to just play as many games as possible.
He said: “My aim is to play as much as I can and to help us get up that table as quick as possible. Hopefully the win over Rochdale will kick us onto a winning streak now, but it’s certainly a good start for me.”