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Leeds rugby league legend Rob Burrow dies aged 41

Former Leeds Rhinos, England and Great Britain scrum-half Rob Burrow has died at the age of 41. A one-club man, Burrow won eight Super League titles, three World Club Challenges and two Challenge Cups with the Rhinos in a stellar career. In 2019, two years after retiring from the sport, Burrow was diagnosed with motor neurone disease (MND). With the help of former teammate Kevin Sinfield, millions of pounds have been raised for MND charities.

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