Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by bones, Oct 9, 2014.
Thanks Bones,yeah I saw that on the news tonight,good on the boys for doing that for her,well dones boys
And then we sit here stressing ourselves whether Choc stays or not...
Jeez bones, that made my eyes pretty misty. That young girl, smiling and posing for photos with weeks to live, that's courage.
Really does put things into perspective doesn't it. What a brave young girl, and well done Daly and Keiran, a wonderful gesture she will treasure.
She is from my home town. Seen lots of posts about her the last 2 weeks on FB from friends that know the family. Very sad.
Now what was that problem I had that I was going to complain about ? Never mind.
excellent, goed zo
If you want to read more about this, I'm sure it will be in tomorrow's Daily Telegraph. They're always first reporting the good things that footy players do.
Beautiful young lady. Don't let it beat you. Why does this happen to people?
Not enough is made of these stories and of the Rugby League (and other sport) stars who can just give a smile to these beautiful souls. Well done Chez and Foz.
Wonderful thing that Foz and DCE did for that young girl. Made her forget for a moment the battle she is in. This is the sort of story that makes you realise how bloody lucky we all are! Well done to the boys and the club for supporting this young lady and her family.
And my heart is broken.....
Wow, goes to show you how much footy clubs (and players) can mean to people and the power their actions have to make a difference for good and bad in the community. Well done to boys, but hope whats to come for the family is as peaceful as possible.
Be brave young lady, saviour the good moments like the visit from Dce and Foz and think of it when times are tuff.
Such a beautiful, brave girl. Life can be so cruel if you are dealt the wrong cards. The youg lady seems to have wonderful parents who are understandably heartbroken. Well done boys, bringing happiness to this young lady.
Sometimes words are just not enough.
Not much you can say about this really other than to thank the boys for lighting up one of her last days, as Andrew just said "words are just not enough"
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