Terry’s son Neil played some of his junior rugby out in Australia while his dad was playing for South Newcastle, and when the Clawsons came home, Neil signed for Featherstone. Neil started out as a rangy back-row forward, but moved up to the front row when he put some weight on. Father and son managed to create their own little piece of history in November 1978. Terry started in the Rovers front row and Neil came off the bench against Workington and Rochdale, becoming possibly the first ever father and son to play together in the same professional match. Unfortunately Rovers lost both games heavily, Terry soon lost his job as coach and Neil was back in the A team. Clawson junior stuck at it though and went on to make 62 appearances for the Rovers (24 off the bench) mainly between 1984 and 1986 before being sold to Oldham. He gave Oldham four years good service, playing over 80 games in the front row alongside future Rover Leo Casey. He missed out on the 1988 Premiership final against us at Old Trafford. Neil finished his professional career at Bramley.