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rest in peace, Steve, a true gentleman and somebody who even through his own illness, thought of others before himself, a legend in our game, who will be remembered with great affection
Just sooo sad. So very young. RIP young man xx
Rest in peace brave man. What an injustice taking such a lovely man & sporting hero so terribly young xx
A true gentleman of great dignity.Rest in peace
Respect to a colossus and a brave man and thoughts are with his family. Rest in peace.
Legend. A sad loss, God has gained a great full back.
Great man and a true fighter thinking about your family at this time A loss to rugby and mankind rest in peace
To a wonderful person in and out of the sport steve did so much for rugby in general and being a st helens lad its even more sad today to here the news but what a true gentleman and ambassdor of our game his MBE was throughally deserved for his tireless work he did all our thoughts are with his wife and family on this sad day RIP GOD BLESS.
Language is bereft of words to describe Steve and his achievements; at one of his golf days I overheard someone saying about Steve " he's got two hearts that lad " ! I'm certain we would all agree.With sincere thoughts to all Steve's family
I just woke up to the news . such a sad story. Thoughts and prayers for his wife and family
An Inspiration as a rugby player, an inspiration as a gentleman.Sad sad day. Steve leaves a legacy to all those who do not believe in themselves.. go and make things happen like he did.A wonderful advocate of a true Gentleman, your family should be so proud.Time to rest. RIP Steve.
Such a great player and a gentleman. He always had time for the fans and would stop and chat even when you bumped into him in the supermarket. Let's hope sense prevails and the Man of Steel Trophy is renamed to honour him.
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