Law needed' to tackle rugby concussion crisis

A top player care expert in the IRFU charitable trust has said new laws may be needed to tackle the concussion crisis in professional rugby.

12th October, 2014

A top player care expert in the IRFU charitable trust has said new laws may be needed to tackle the concussion crisis in professional rugby.

Speaking to *The Sunday Business Post,* Cliff Beirne, chairman of the player care sub-committee of the IRFU charitable trust, said management of concussion was not taken seriously enough in rugby and other sports.

''It's a very poor example when one sees multiple instances of patently concussed players being allowed to...

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