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Sean Quinlan

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I have just read that Sean Quinlan has died at the age of 83 and I feel a true sense of loss, not least because he was a good player but one who suffered ill luck with a series of serious injuries. I also feel somewhat disloyal because as a young boy brought up on Dick Cracknell and John Etty on the wings it was always a disappointment to me when one or other was replaced by Sean, or anyone else for that matter. I long since realised that I was foolish in this regard for Sean was a really excellent player who, had he had any luck at all, may well have eclipsed one or even both of these players. Yet another link with our rugby past has left us and if his family read our forum then please accept my heartfelt condolences. I wish Sean could have realised his full potential with us.

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