Tue. May 17th, 2022

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and Conservative Party leader Douglas Ross pay tribute to members of the Scottish Parliament’s rugby team who died of illness yesterday during a match.

David Hill is known for playing against the Irish Parliament XV in Dublin.

A tribute was paid to David Hill.


A tribute was paid to David Hill.

It is reported that he died in the hospital.

A post from Holyrood’s rugby team account on Twitter shared the tragic news yesterday.

The statement read: “Holyrood Rugby grieves over the tragic death of David Hill during his match against Congress. @DailandSeanadXV.

“David was the architect of the active Holyrood RFC, a great teammate, a tourist and a rugby lover.

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“We think with David’s family and friends during this most difficult time.

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“I want to say thank you to my friends. @DailandSeanadXV We sincerely appreciate their help and support.”

Many people of different political spectrums paid tribute to David through social media.

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Mr. Ross praised him as “kind, generous and likable.”

Meanwhile, Sturgeon added, “It’s very sad.”

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