• Grand Final winner says he cannot put health at risk
  • Symptoms include migraines, dizziness and sensitivity to light

The Leeds captain Stevie Ward has been forced to retire at the age of 27 due to concussions he suffered last year, saying he cannot put his health and brain at any further risk.

The loose forward, a two-time Grand Final winner with the Rhinos, has called on the sport to do more to protect players and avoid another generation from becoming “guinea pigs” in research.

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