WATCH: Doddie Weir meets Oor Wullie statue designed in his honour

Scottish rugby legend and MND campaigner Doddie Weir was in Dundee recently to meet and sign a sculpture designed in his honour.

The 48-year-old, who suffers from MND, signed the Oor Doddie statue at the city’s Olympia swimming pool Olympia.

It was designed by Kingspark art teacher Graham Farquhar as a tribute to Weir, who played as a lock and made 61 international appearances for Scotland.

The statue is part of the recently-launched Scotland-wide Big Bucket Trail, which follows the success of the first three years ago in Dundee.

So what are the worst statues in rugby history? Luckily, this is a list of the best rugby-related statues.

1. Jonny Wilkinson

Waxwork at Madame Tussauds

Jonny Wilkinson Statue in Toulon 

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