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Headway leads Ashes concussion debate

Tue 20 Aug 2019

Concussion in sport has once again hit the headlines, with Headway's Chief Executive Peter McCabe and Deputy Chief Executive Luke Griggs talking on BBC News at Six, Sky Sports and Sky News about the issue.

This comes after Australian batsman Steve Smith was hit by 92mph bouncer, before being assessed by a team doctor and returning to bat.

The following morning, Smith was diagnosed with a delayed concussion, ruling him out for the remainder of the match.

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