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  5. rollingmaul:

Not usually one for posting about league, but this man most definitely deserves to be mentioned.
RIP Steve Prescott. Thoughts go out to his family & friends.

    rollingmaul:

    Not usually one for posting about league, but this man most definitely deserves to be mentioned.

    RIP Steve Prescott. Thoughts go out to his family & friends.

    5 months ago  /  74 notes  /  Source: rollingmaul

  6. lesportblabel:

Aussie beat Irish today at the Munster stadium 50-00 at the RLWC2013

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    Aussie beat Irish today at the Munster stadium 50-00 at the RLWC2013

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  8. Minutes silence for Steve Prescott at England Vs Fiji game erupts into spontaneous applause

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  11. mirandaapriestly:

    Rugby League today lost an incredible man. Steve Prescott MBE has suffered from a rare form of cancer for 7 years and spent most of his later life raising money for the Steve Prescott Foundation.

    An incredible man and an inspirational person.

    The real Man Of Steel!

    5 months ago  /  6 notes  /  Source: mirandaapriestly

  12. Former Super League full-back Steve Prescott has died from a rare form of terminal stomach cancer, aged 39.
Prescott, who played for St Helens, Hull and Wakefield and internationally for England and Ireland, was diagnosed with pseudomyxoma peritonei in 2006.
He was given only months to live but battled the disease and in 2009 was awarded an MBE.
Prescott also raised thousands of pounds for charity through the Steve Prescott Foundation.
He retired through injury in 2004 and following his diagnosis set up the Foundation in 2007, which has to date raised more than half a million pounds.
In 2012 Prescott completed the London Marathon.

    Former Super League full-back Steve Prescott has died from a rare form of terminal stomach cancer, aged 39.

    Prescott, who played for St Helens, Hull and Wakefield and internationally for England and Ireland, was diagnosed with pseudomyxoma peritonei in 2006.

    He was given only months to live but battled the disease and in 2009 was awarded an MBE.

    Prescott also raised thousands of pounds for charity through the Steve Prescott Foundation.

    He retired through injury in 2004 and following his diagnosis set up the Foundation in 2007, which has to date raised more than half a million pounds.

    In 2012 Prescott completed the London Marathon.

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  15. Burgess banned for one game following high tackle

    Burgess banned for one game following high tackle

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