Discussion in 'New Zealand Warriors and NZRL' started by Beavers Headgear, May 18, 2019 at 2:05 PM.
sadly the legend has passed away today after his battle with cancer
RIP big man
Far too young, very sad RIP
Very sad to hear, RIP Quentin.
RIP. One of the toughest kiwis ever
Kia Kaha. RIP.
in his day, a bad bad man.
Moe mai ra!
Very sad. Was one of the players in the early 90s when league really got put on the map.
Tough as nails. You didn’t like running twice at him after he had belted you the first time. Such a brave and gallant fight.
On behalf of all West Coasters Q, would like to say god bless and Rest In Peace. Your family is a cornerstone of our community and we will remember you.
Tragic, far too soon.
Well worth a watch from a couple of months ago
RIP Big guy.
I would have loved to see how many more tests he would have had, if not for Mickey Mouse suspensions...
My man from '94, my last year - and a great premiership - with the Green Machine.
RIP good fella.
Could almost set your watch to it that the jokediciary would pay special attention to him and Johnny Lomax pre test match.
Great watch. Mad Butcher is an absolute champion and he’s unfortunately had his own problems recently. Two outstanding men.
Really made me sad, like Martin Crowe... just too young, and so sad to you relatively young men that I grew up watching die far too early
Thoughts etc with his family.... just shit news
Not a more deserving man of the title ‘sir’ walking the planet than the butcher, one of the absolute greats that has done so much for so many people. The man they spoke about at the end, Endacott, is a champion as well
Endacott's autobiography has been sitting on the shelf at my local opshop for a couple of months now. I might get it on Monday!
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