WELLINGTON Rugby Club's chairman Gareth Hodgson has disclosed that the club was "reviewing the whole playing situation for next season,” writes Barry Knott.

And while he would not be drawn into the future of head coach Graham Dawe, there is speculation as to whether the present head coach will be reappointed for the club's 150th year anniversary.

Wellington have had a somewhat disappointing season in Regional Two South West and they will finish no higher than ninth, compared to fifth last winter.

Dawe joined Wellington as head coach during the 2017-18 season. As a player he won 14 major trophies during his 12 years at Bath, before moving on to Sale, and he also represented the Barbarians, South West, Cornwall and Devon. He is also a former player-coach at Plymouth Albion.

The ex-Bath player recently said in the WWN he would 'very much like to be part of the club's 150th year celebrations."

"I have very much enjoyed my time with the club and wouldn't anyone want to be part of the forthcoming celebrations. I would like to be there for such a year.

"But of course it is up to the club - it's their decision.”