Former Leicester Tigers player Steve Booth has died suddenly at the age of 42.
It is understood that Booth died from a suspected heart attack on Tuesday afternoon in Leicester.
Primarily a winger, Booth played for Tigers from 2000 to 2004, and for Bath Rugby from 2004 to 2005.
A rugby league convert, the Pontefract-born utility back was also adept at scrum-half and was known for his pace.
A well-liked and popular character during his time at the club, the father-of-two’s sudden death has shocked the wider Tigers’ rugby community.
Tributes were made to Booth on Twitter.
— Huddersfield RUFC (@Huddersfield_RU) August 14, 2019
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