Ben Robinson's father calls for concussion education following son's death at rugby match
The father of a teenager who died after playing rugby has called for information about concussion to be included on the school curriculum.
Ben Robinson collapsed at the end of a game in Carrickfergus, County Antrim, after being involved in several heavy tackles during a school match.
His death has led to concussion awareness programmes being organised by schools in Northern Ireland and the Irish Rugby Football Union.
Ben's parents feel that warnings need to be given to all pupils, no matter what sport they play, as Chris Buckler reports.
30 Sep 2014
- From the section Northern Ireland