The vociferous and incredibly talented captain of Selby Rugby Union’s XV Tom Edwards, passed away on November 17, unexpectedly, which left the world in a deep pit of shock and despair. He was the great player of all time and has hordes of fans across the globe for his immeasurable talents. Let us see what happened to this young talent for this untimely earthly departure.
Who Was Tom Edwards?
Tom Edwards was one of the greatest and most utterly talented rugby players who led the family club Selby, which made the club rose to prominence and became richer. Tom Edwards became one of the first captains of Selby Rugby Union. Indeed the Selby was a riveting family-oriented club that was led by Tom and Edward’s family members and made the club richer beyond their anticipation.
He attended the Read school in Drax and was adored by millions of people of all ages. Tom Edwards was described as “tough, courageous, considerate, and caring” by Bryan Pearson. With these four words, what was Tom Edwards and how he was in person was really an enlightening fact.
The president of the Selby club said that everyone in the club really loved and admired Tom Edwards and his effervescent personality was liked by all the members of the club and all those who have been acquainted with him for a few minutes even. He always makes his time worth enough to spend accurately with others who are in need and he has managed to make his effort worth every penny that he earned.
His bereaving family has sought privacy at this time as they are in deep mourning for their beloved Tom Edwards who died at a very young age which was indeed quite repugnant to the whole world and for his family. His family and his fiancee are really trying their best to handle the devastating situation up to their level.
As an intriguing player, Tom Edwards was so at ease with other players that he really made a concrete healthy space with his senior members he was not a person who harbored any sort of jealousy or complicated emotions and he encircled himself with senor, junior teammates and always encouraged them to the core as much as possible.
Tom Edward Cause of Death Explained
The Tom Edwards cause of the death has not been disclosed either by his family or by his friends. What really caused this young talent to take an earthly departure was indeed shocking to the ones who loved Tom wholeheartedly.
As per sources, during the last days of his death, Tom Edwards was really as right as rain and he was not even diagnosed with any sort of fatal health issues. Then all of a sudden what really caused the distress to his health to deteriorate is completely unknown. But playing this rugby game can really make the health deteriorate and makes the player debilitated since each hit while playing the game can adversely affect the internal organs. So it is not quite sure whether Tom Edwards had suffered from such sort of injury which made his health impoverished.
Many media outlets have sought to know the cause of death but so far no responses have been received since his bereaving family cannot withstand the loss and the lacuna that he has left in the world.
Tom’s father said with a deep perforated heart that his untimely departure has caused a cataclysmic hole in the hearts of family and friends and it will never be healed. Since he died at the very young age of twenty-nine it is absolutely a great loss since life was way too ahead of him. Before exploring life, the untimely passing is irrefutably repugnant.
Since this sudden death news was totally shocking to the world, the matches which were scheduled to be played on November 19, Saturday out of solemn respect to the deceased Tom Edwards.
Tributes are Overflowing
Tom Edward was a warrior undeniably and a perfect gentleman who really made everyone quite comfortable with his love and affection. So when the death news of Tom Edward broke out millions of people paid their heartfelt tributes and condolences to the family who is submerged in deep agony and grief.
With a leaden heart the chairman of Wetherby RUFC, Jonathan Hirst said “Tom was extremely popular and well-loved at Wetherby. He was a brilliant rugby player, and a fantastic teammate and will be sorely missed. Tom came through the junior section at Wetherby before playing 150 games for our first XV, captaining the side on several occasions. Tom was a figurehead of the all-conquering team of 2014/15 and achieved back-to-back promotions from Yorkshire 4 to Yorkshire 2, winning the Yorkshire silver trophy with Wetherby in 2015. Tom’s favorite saying before every game will never be forgotten: “Let’s start getting fizzy now boys”.
People across the globe were deeply saddened by the untimely death of Tom Edwards and paid their profound sympathies to his bereaving family. Many people tweeted about how dangerous the rugby game is and some of them even warned that if this game is ceased then many more will embrace death at a very early age. This game is pretty much serious and it can really affect the health of the players in a destructive way. So many people across the globe vehemently criticized the game since it is way too destructible to the players and if something happens to the players, only their families had to bear the unbearable loss, not others.