This league player produced some sickening collisions at the weekend

Luke Page was in imposing form for the Mount Pritchard Mounties against the Sea Eagles.

RUGBY LEAGUE CAN be a brutal sport at times, much like union, and Luke Page took the opportunity to remind us of exactly that over the weekend.

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Playing for the Mouth Pritchard Mounties in a NSW Cup clash with the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles, Page produced some sickening collisions with his powerful running game.

The Sea Eagles’ Dylan Kelly [number 12] came off particularly badly after attempting to halt Page in full flight.

The Mounties prop uses his forearm almost like the bullbar on a car and it will be interesting to watch him if and when he steps up to NRL level with the Canberra Raiders, to whom he is contracted.

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