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Quentin Pongia passes away

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RIP.

Legend and we’ll respected in both hemispheres.   I knew he’d not been well last year.

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Very sad news. I remember his time at Wigan and he always gave his all. Another sad loss to cancer. 

My thoughts are with his family. 

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Sad news. A player who was a full on 100%er. R. I. P. 


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1 hour ago, Cheshire Setter said:

RIP.

Legend

No more need be said, sad news.

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Was it him that got plastered across the Sunday papers because he had Hepatitis and was playing in Super League? 

Anyway, a very good player and the loss of any person is always sad. I hope his family can find some comfort in the words that are inevitably going to be spoken about Quentin. 

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When Wigan signed Quentin the prospects (to me, apologies) didn't seem great as he was playing for a French RL side.

What can I predict? The pleasure was all mine.

Quentin Pongia was among the best props I have seen at Wigan since I started supporting the club in '78.

Friends tell me he was approachable and polite.

RIP Quentin.

 

 

 

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Sad news that Quentin Pongia has lost his battle with cancer at the age of 48,sad news RIP

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Very good player. Very sad news. RIP.


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1 minute ago, deluded pom? said:

Already posted unfortunately Davo.

Sorry just seen that.

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One of the toughest. Excellent prop. RIP Quentin.


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