Doyle, Martin, 1956- :Hore saves Taffy! 26 November 2012

Doyle, Martin, 1956- :Hore saves Taffy! 26 November 2012
Scoop (Firm)

Commentary on violence and brain injuries in rugby following the Wales vs. New Zealand game on 24 November 2012 in Cardiff, Wales, where in the first minute of the game, All Blacks hooker Andrew Hore swung his right arm, hitting Wales lock Bradley Davies from behind and knocking him unconscious. Davies was hospitalised and suffered from short term memory loss and brain injury from the hit. The International Rugby Board found Hore guilty of an intentional swinging arm, and suspended him for five games.

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