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Rugby Family Violence and alcohol...

April 23, 2013 at 12:06 PM

Sir John Kirwan calls on rugby to play a role in guiding its young players, who 'just highlight and reflect society. We need to keep addressing issues, alcohol issues, violence issues and we need to be advocates of the good side of things." His comments followed the latest news of alcohol abuse and Family Violence incidents and driving offence by All Blacks and Auckland Blues players. The NZRU is responding with ways to help its players around the risk areas prevalent in a professional sporting environment hopefully to prevent these sorts of misdeamenours. More information here

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