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Couldnt think of anything worse: Why Welch didnt argue when pulled from Origin II


‘Couldn’t think of anything worse’: Why Welch didn’t argue
‘Couldn’t think of anything worse’: Why Welch didn’t argue when pulled from Origin II. … Why Welch didn’t argue when pulled from Origin II. By Sarah Keoghan. November 13, 2020 — 7.56pm.


‘Couldn’t think of anything worse’: Why Welch didn’t argue
While Welch did not return to the game after his HIA during game one, Cordner did, despite the Blues skipper suffering multiple head knocks throughout the season. “There is still a little bit of a stigma of ‘oh, be a tough guy and play through it’, I couldn’t think of anything worse,” Welch said.


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‘Couldn’t think of anything worse’: Why Welch didn’t argue when pulled from Origin II. The Maroons prop will make his return to the Origin stage next Wednesday after being ruled out of game two due to a concussion in Adelaide.


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