Rugby ‘Accidentally’ Changed My Life! | Remarkables in partnership with HSBC

Rugby 'accidentally' changed my life! | remarkables in partnership with hsbc

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On International Day of Persons with Disabilities, former Australian 7s and Walleroos player Kirby Sefo opens up about her disability and her mental health struggles throughout her life, and how by accident she played rugby and it completely changed her life.

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