Robinson hails long-awaited debut of lock
Lock Simon Weller set the standard for his career with the Greens during his first start for the club last weekend, according to coach Tim Robinson.
The second row was named Scunthorpe's man of the match during the 27-20 victory over Broadstreet and although he has had to wait for his chance following a summer move from Grimsby, his new coach is confident it has been worthwhile.
"I'm pleased with the progress he's made, definitely," Robinson said of Weller.
"When I brought him in I saw him as a ball carrier and player with a bit of experience.
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"He'd captained Grimsby and helped with the coaching stuff there too.
"He showed a lot during the summer and then unfortunately, when he was about to get a start, he was away on holiday.
"He had a really good game Saturday. He got man of the match and it was deserved. He offered us a lot and I think there's still more to come."