Danny Cipriani showed a lot of maturity on his Gallagher Premiership return over the weekend.
The Bath Rugby fly-half, who joined the club in the summer after leaving Gloucester in December, was on the receiving end of a heavy hit from Rohan Janse van Rensburg.
Clearly struggling, he alerted the referee and the medical team and was taken off for a HIA.
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5 things you didn’t know about fly-half Danny Cipriani
#1. Sporting talent
A keen all-round sportsman, Cipriani played junior football for Queens Park Rangers and was offered youth terms by Reading. He also played schoolboy cricket for Berkshire and Oxfordshire. Cipriani was invited to join Surrey County Cricket Club as a batsman. He also played squash at county level. He was also offered a contract by MK Dons in 2010.