1991 RWC winner and Wallabies flyhalf star Michael Lynagh suffered a stroke but is stable now.
Queensland Rugby reports that the former Wallaby flyhalf and skipper who won the RWC in 1991 has suffered a stroke but is in a stable condition in a Brisbane hospital.
Apparently doctors are running a battery of tests on him because they are mystified by this turn of events in his health. Reports say that Lynagh (48), who now lives in London complained of blurry vision and splitting headaches after a long haul flight from the UK to Australia, before being admitted to hospital.
Joining hand with the Australian rugby community, we at RuggaWorld wish him a speedy and complete recovery. Our thoughts are with him and his wife and kids in what must be a testing time.