Home Tag Archives: rugby concussions

Tag Archives: rugby concussions

Rugby’s Injury-Ravaged XV

Injuries in sport are common, particularly in the more abrasively physical code of rugby. While some dance through their careers without a scratch, for others, injury is an ongoing occupational hazard. As the professional game continues to evolve and turn out bigger, faster and stronger players, who have, over time, become more ‘thoroughbred’ than ‘shire’. As a result, bigger and harder …

Read More »

Northampton Director Of Rugby Makes Massive Admission About George North’s Recent Head Injury

Controversy continues to surround the most recent head injury suffered by Northampton Saints and Wales international George North, with the Saints’ director of rugby Jim Mallinder finally admitting that mistakes were made in the handling of the incident during their Premiership clash with the Leicester Tigers. Having been challenged in mid-air by Adam Thompstone, North was seen to land heavily …

Read More »