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New Zealand international Quentin Pongia dies after bowel cancer battle

Brisbane Times Saturday, 18 May 2019 ()
New Zealand international Quentin Pongia has been remembered as "a true champion with a heart of gold" after he died after a battle with bowel cancer.
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