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Rugby league: Former Kiwis prop Quentin Pongia passes away after cancer battle

New Zealand Herald Saturday, 18 May 2019 ()
Rugby league: Former Kiwis prop Quentin Pongia passes away after cancer battleFormer Kiwis captain Quentin Pongia has died after an ongoing battle with cancer. The former New Zealand test front-rower underwent surgery last November to remove a bowel tumour, following which he told nine.com.au: "I'm on the...
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