Lawrence sustained an injury on March 9 of this year during a match for Bristol’s second rugby team at UWE. The 20-year-old was taken to hospital, but the injury does not appear to be serious. – She went to the hospital and we thought she should go home before the weekend – we read in a statement from the player’s family that quotes “The Keeper”.

During the treatment, a bacterial infection entered her body. Paramedics couldn’t handle her, and Lawrence began to fight for her life. However, on March 25, the rugby player lost the most important match of her life.

You have proudly represented our club on and off the field, and have grown into the sport and the rugby family. Maddie was a very fun girl and it was nice to be with her. The more she smiled and laughed, the more it was impossible not to smile and laugh with her. Maddie was a player, friend, sister and daughter – UWE representatives Bristol Rugby wrote on their Instagram profile.

To honor the player’s memory, the club kept the number 11, which she played on Lawrence’s shirt.

Bogusław Leśnodorski was a co-owner of Legia, and everything related to joining this club began with…a trip to Mallorca. There he began to dribble, so he became its chief. – I thought they would forget it in the morning – he said in an interview with Łukasz Kadziewicz in the podcast “In the Shadow of Sports”. Listen to the full episode!

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