Thursday August 6, 2020

Kicking the habit

There’s never been a shortage of top sportsmen with downbeat tales of turning to drink after their days of glory on the pitch have ended.

11th November, 2006

There’s never been a shortage of top sportsmen with downbeat tales of turning to drink after their days of glory on the pitch have ended. For former Ulster rugby captain Adrian Goodrich, though, turning to cigarettes was a far more successful choice. He was once in the fortunate - yet unfortunate - position of third-choice outhalf for Ireland behind rugby greats Ollie Campbell and Tony Ward in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

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