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NRL rising star who was almost killed by coward punch wins contract with Gold Coast Titans


NRL rising star who was almost killed by coward punch that left him with a broken skull and brain damage makes an incredible comeback to footy and wins contract with Gold Coast Titans

  • Treymain Spry, 23, has secured a two-year deal in the NRL with the Titans
  • Last March he was the victim in shocking incident at Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley
  • Spry sustained a fractured skull and eye socket, as well as bleeding on his brain
  • Footy star was attacked by partner of his ex-girlfriend, who was jailed for a year 

A rising star in the NRL who almost died last year…



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