By Natalie Turner | Comment
It seems a distant memory watching Vets play on a late Saturday afternoon with my team-mates having to drink two fingers of snakebite and black every time someone who was wearing a tubigrip touched the ball.
But just as my youth and carefree days have been replaced with far more respectable activities such as being the Sport Rehabilitator for the Surbiton HC men’s and women’s squads, tubigrip has also faded into the past. Now we see the emergence of coloured sticky stuff as the new miracle to help players defy age and medical science by keeping them on the pitch.
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