Not blaming anyone but something I was wondering. At home games at the Mount, there's a medicab (looks like a golf cart). But, is that the responsibility of the Warriors (as the home team) or the Stadium to have it available? Of course, Roger Tuivasa-Sheck should have been carried off the field but I wonder if making sure one was available "fell through the cracks" because no one saw it as their responsibility. Did anyone at the game notice one or anyone watching on TV see one?
If there wasn't one there, then perhaps the NRL should look at their guidelines to make sure something is available at all games.
Dr John Mayhew in induced coma in hospital after collapse
3:07 PM Wednesday Apr 20, 2016
Dr John Mayhew was rushed to hospital but details of why he became unwell are not clear. Photo / Getty Images
Warriors doctor John Mayhew collapsed after an exercise class in Auckland last night and is in an induced coma.
Mayhew was rushed to hospital but details of why he became unwell are not clear.
Mayhew, who was the All Blacks doctor for 15 years, on the sidelines for 131 tests, before spending most of the last decade at the Warriors, became an Officer of the NZ Order of Merit for his services to sports medicine in the New Years Honours List.
Mayhew has worked in squash, world cross championships and the Commonwealth Games team of 1990. He is on the board of Drug Free Sport New Zealand.
And this the reason why.
We have a very professional staff running the club we all love and although we get upset when we loose and get high when we win we must never lose sight of the fact that everyone involved in this is a human being and has feelings.
Keyboard Warriors do not always appreciate the damage they do (cyber bullying) and should sometimes step back from the keybord when emotions are running high.
Get well soon Doc we do appreciate what you have done for our team.
It definitely puts things in perspective. Football is football. Its broken up into seasons and as sure as the sun rises in the east and sets in the west there's always another game or another season to sink yourself into. Its perpetual in a sense. Life is not, and its absurdly delicate.
Wishing Doc all the very best for a speedy recovery and ongoing good health. He's an outstanding doctor with incredible experience and a brilliant reputation that precedes him in earnest.