David Tweed Obituary – Previous Ireland worldwide and Ulster rugby player David Tweed have passed on after a vehicle impact in County Antrim on Thursday. The Press Association announced Tweed passed on at the scene on Whitepark Road close to Dunseverick after he was engaged in an accident while riding his motorbike.
It’s perceived Tweed’s bike was engaged with an impact with a vehicle presently before 4.30 pm on Thursday (Oct. 28).
Police are engaging for witnesses who might have seen the occurrence, remembering drivers for the space at the time who might have caught film of the accident. The 61-year-old addressed Ireland’s men’s rugby crew on four events, having won his first cap against France in the 1995 Five Nations competition at 35 years old.
Those feelings were subsequently suppressed by the Court of Appeal in Belfast in 2016, prompting his delivery from guardianship, where he had been carrying out an eight-year punishment.