Christian Day: Players 'trust' doctors over concussions

Rugby Players' Association chairman and Northampton Saints lock Christian Day tells BBC Sport players still have faith in doctors when dealing with concussion injuries.

Player safety has again come under close scrutiny after Wales wing George North was struck twice in the head in their Six Nations defeat by England.

Lynsey Ward, senior player development manager for the Rugby Players' Association, also talks about how insurance premiums have impacted the sport.

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