Thursday, June 30, 2016

Family of tragic 22-year-old rugby player donate life-saving equipment

PLYMOUTH HERALD
The family of 22-year-old Lily Partridge, who died after suffering a head injury during a rugby training match at North Tawton, have donated a defibrillator to a village in her name.
The family of 22-year-old Lily Partridge, who died after suffering a head injury during a rugby training match at North Tawton, have donated a defibrillator to a village in her name.

The family of a rugby player who died after suffering a head injury during a training match have given life-saving equipment to the seaside spot she loved.

Lily Partridge, 22, died in December following the accident at North Tawton's ground in Devon.

Her parents, Jeff and Liz Partridge, have now donated a defibrillator to the Devon village of Beer on what would have been her 23rd birthday. Continue reading

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