Scottish rugby union player Siobhan Cattigan has died.

She was 30 years old. She was the best scrum half in Scotland from 2018 until 2021.

Her death is a shock to the rugby world. She was a role model for many female players and she was sadly missed by her team and fans.

Her cause of death is currently unknown.

Here’s more on her life and the final moments she shared with her loved ones.

The Scottish rugby team confirmed on Friday that Siobhan Cattigan had passed away.

The cause of her death is still unknown, but many people believe that the Covid-19 vaccine was the cause.

Despite this, the team is focusing on supporting her family and friends, and has offered support to the team.

The game is also mourning the loss of Siobhan Cattigan’s life.

A statement from Stirling County RFC has been released to honor the talented Scottish scrum player.

Throughout her career, Cattigan played rugby for Scotland, winning 19 caps for the national team.

In addition to being a role model for many girls, she was a major part of the County’s youth section.

Although she was no longer playing for the club, her memory and legacy will live on through her teammates and fans.

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