Retiring Cowboy Matt Scott suffers stroke

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North Queensland forward Matt Scott remains in hospital after suffering a stroke on Sunday, with doctors confident he will make a full recovery.

Scott suffered a “mild stroke” on Sunday, the club said in a statement.

Scott stayed in Brisbane after reportedly feeling sick following the first leg of the team’s trip home after Saturday’s heavy defeat to Newcastle.

Set to retire after this season, 34-year-old Scott has played 268 NRL games over 16 seasons as well as 22 State of Origin games for Queensland and 22 Tests for Australia.

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Doctors were confident the stroke was unrelated to football.

It is another blow in a tough year for coach Paul Green’s team, who sit 15th with just seven wins this season.

Scott’s setback follows a brain bleed to young talent Te Maire Martin and ruptured spleen to centre Justin O’Neill earlier this season.

Read more: theroar.com.au

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