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Cody Ramsey

Blood Shot Eyes

First Grade
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So happy for the young man to finally be out on the paddock, even if it's just for having a run and being amongst his peers...life has unfortunately dealt him a cruel blow but to his credit he still wears that smile of his and wants to be part of wearing the mighty Red V .....it's a credit to you and your family Cody how you carry on with your life and your obvious love and passion for this game of ours when lesser folk would have just been forced to walk away....I hope the rest of the boys appreciate how lucky they are when they see your fighting spirit and what you've had to endure....good luck mate
 

TheRev

First Grade
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I've been a bit frustrated by the coverage of this today.. ive seen and heard it across podcasts and social media.. talking about whether he would be back in first grade for 2025/2026.. based on a couple of seconds of jogging..

I am ecstatic for him, I've always backed/loved this kid and his attitude.. but I dont think the headline was intended to explode like it did today, its still very early in a very very long journey.
 
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I've been a bit frustrated by the coverage of this today.. ive seen and heard it across podcasts and social media.. talking about whether he would be back in first grade for 2025/2026.. based on a couple of seconds of jogging..

I am ecstatic for him, I've always backed/loved this kid and his attitude.. but I dont think the headline was intended to explode like it did today, its still very early in a very very long journey.
Didn't know whether to respond with sad or like.
he was a breath of fresh air for the Dragons
Life can be cruel but his ongoing health is paramount.

I doubt he will ever play first grade but hell, if he does, I'll be screaming the roof down.

you never know - if not a player of the future - how about coach :)
 

cusnjed

Juniors
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Good post
Didn't know whether to respond with sad or like.
he was a breath of fresh air for the Dragons
Life can be cruel but his ongoing health is paramount.

I doubt he will ever play first grade but hell, if he does, I'll be screaming the roof down.

you never know - if not a player of the future - how about coach :)
Hound. having intimate knowledge this horrible disease, I agree that Cody is extremely unlikely to make it back to play rugby league.
It is fantastic that the club has embraced him and kept him around the team. Best of luck to Cody and I hope he is indeed part of the red v in some capacity going forward.
 

Dorsai

Juniors
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264
Agree totally. The disease is debilitating and can ruin life in general. I have experienced this and will wear the scars for the rest of my life. I struggled to get it out of the head. Cody is a credit to his family and his determination to not let it cripple him.

He is a great kid and deserves a better hand to be dealt to him. I will be cheering him on when he eventually gets back out there.
 
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