Davey Dixon was a new addition to Lee Greenwood’s Rams squad ahead of the 2020 season.

Arriving from Keighley, Dixon is a Scotland international and follows fellow winger Andy Gabriel in making the switch from Cougar Park.

After having made an impressive start to life at Dewsbury, we spoke with Davey to learn a little more about what makes him tick.

What’s your first memory of rugby? 

“Watching my dad play.”

What do you remember about your Championship debut?

“Dewsbury against Leigh was the game where I finally got my Championship debut. It has been a big goal of mine for a while and, even though I didn’t play long, it was a big achievement stepping up from League 1. I was very nervous before the game but once I got out there all the nerves went away.”

Have you always wanted to become a Rugby League player?

“Yes, since I was five-years-old, all I’ve always wanted to do is become a rugby player.”

What’s your favourite memory so far?

“Making my debut for Scotland and receiving my first cap.”

Do you have an interest in any other sports?

Football, golf and snooker.”

What kind of music do you like to listen to?

“House music and R&B.”

What’s your favourite food? 

“That would have to be Italian, because there’s such a good variety.”

…and your least favourite?

“Seafood – can’t stand it.”

What’s your favourite place to travel?

“Australia, because of the weather, rugby, and places to see, I’ve been once before and definitely will be going back.”

Which Rams team-mate would you be happiest stuck on a desert island island with?

 “That’s got to be Joey [Joe Martin]. There’s never a dull moment when he’s around!”

…and which one item would you take with you?

“A knife.”