Stirling County gives a warm welcome back to Adam Ashe as he joins the Stirling County Super6 Coaching Team - Stirling Wolves - Stirling County Rugby Football Club

Stirling County gives a warm welcome back to Adam Ashe as he joins the Stirling County Super6 Coaching Team – Stirling Wolves

Following the departure of Adam Ashe from LA Giltinis, we are looking forward to welcoming Adam to join our Stirling Wolves coaching team for the upcoming FOSROC Super6 Championship. 

Adam replaces Scott Lawson as Stirling Wolves Defence and Contact Coach, after Scott’s appointment as Specialist Skills Coach in throwing with Scottish Rugby Union. The Club would like to take this opportunity to thank Scott Lawson for all the great work he has done with the Super6 team to date and wish him all the best in his new role.  

Adam’s history with Stirling County RFC stems back to his youth when he played junior rugby at the club. He also previously played for Stirling County’s Super6 team, Glasgow Warriors and for Scotland.  

Director of Rugby at Stirling County RFC, Eddie Pollock, said,

“I’m delighted to have Adam joining the coaching group. As a player, he showed a real thirst to learn and as such, his knowledge of the processes and work ethic required to be successful in the modern game will be an invaluable asset to aid the development of our playing squad. Great to have a County boy returning home.”

Adam Ashe, newly appointed Defense and Contact Coach at Stirling County said, 

“I’m really excited to be joining the coaching team at Stirling Wolves. I came through the club as a junior rugby player and have so many great memories playing in the jersey. I always had a dream of coming back and coaching after I finished playing. I think the Super6 team has taken big strides forward over the last couple of years and this team is now at a point where it has the ability to win this season’s FOSROC Super6 competition.”

Stirling Wolves Head Coach, Ben Cairns, commented,

“Having lost Scott Lawson to his new role within Scottish Rugby, we are delighted to have been able to replace him so quickly with another quality individual. Ashey is a County man having come up through the club. Whenever he’s been in our environment, he has spoken extremely well and led by example. We know he will bring these attributes into his coaching. 

Having spoken to Ashey about the opportunity, I was really impressed with the amount of thought and work he had already put into his coaching. Overall it’s a great fit for everyone associated with Stirling Wolves – Ashey gets to start the next chapter of his rugby journey back at his home club and we gain another quality young coach involved in our programme. We will look to support Ashey fully as he transitions into this role and look forward to playing a small part in what we expect to be a long and successful coaching career for Ashey.”

Click here to view the upcoming FOSROC Super6 Fixtures featuring Stirling Wolves.