**With head coach Dave Rennie edging closer to the exit door, there is plenty of change coming to Scotstoun this summer.**\n\nAnd Glasgow Warriors’ revolution continues, with the announcement on Tuesday that international players Nick Frisby and Siua Halanukonuka will leave the club at the end of the season.\n\nScrum-half Frisby, who has five Australia caps, moved to the Warriors in 2018 and has made 21 appearances, scoring four tries.\n\nTongan prop Halanukonuka has been there a year longer, but a calf injury has hampered his 2019-2020 season.\n\n“Nick and Siua are great men and have both given a lot to the club," [Rennie told the official club website.](https://www.glasgowwarriors.org/news/international-duo-to-depart-at-end-of-season)\n\n“When Nick first joined us, the boys took to him immediately. He has a great sense of humour and fitted seamlessly into our culture. He’s one of our fittest players, has a really strong work ethic and has impressed with his drive to be better each day.\n\n“Siua is an outstanding tighthead prop with a great set-piece skillset. He is very quiet and unassuming, but over the past three years he’s put in a great shift in the front row."\n\nRennie has been busy in the press this morning, saying his successor Danny Wilson will make the ultimate call on Sean Maitland.\n\nThe Scotland winger is set to return north of the border at the end of the season and Glasgow and Edinburgh are set to battle for his signature.\n\n[And Rennie says any contract offer will be Wilson’s decision.](https://www.scotsman.com/sport/rugby-union/sean-maitland-return-now-danny-wilson-dave-rennie-sees-out-warriors-tenure-2552976)\n\nIn Wales, Rhodri Williams says he has grown as Dragons captain as the season has progressed.\n\nAlthough Dean Ryan did not name a permanent skipper when he arrived last summer, Williams has made it his own this season.\n\nWilliams has a wealth of experienced players with him on the field – such as hooker Richard Hibbard – and [he told the South Wales Argus](https://www.southwalesargus.co.uk/sport/18412749.rhodri-williams-grown-dragons-leader/) the support structure has made the transition so simple.\n\nElsewhere, Dan Lydiate has been putting his dancing shoes on in this brilliant video.