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Interview with Rugby Star Will Jubb!

by | Oct 17, 2022 | My story

 

Will Jubb was diagnosed with retinoblastoma at two years old and had his right eye enucleated. However, playing with one eye has not held him back from a successful rugby career. Nowadays, Will plays as a hooker for the York City Knights professional rugby league team.

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