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Guest sfib

Rugby Is The Most Dangerous Game For Serious Injuries

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I went to the physio today and we were talking about my injury history,large fluid/fat sack on my neck and I mentioned rugby. He had just been at a conference and they found that rugby has the most serious injuries/man.I was quite surprised as AFL players get some serious knee injuries, however he said rugby attracted the worst injuries. How ironic, years of rugby, nothing major, retire and play with the kids and snap,snap!

So all you guys who played rugby, we are hard as f**k lads.

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I worry about all that feeling each other up in the scrums, WTF is that all about?

Bonding mate, like when you all rank up and exchange runner or student stories, we have a brief pre.twatting hug.

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