Watch: Ulster Release Incredibly Poignant Nevin Spence Documentary
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Gone but not forgotten.
Nevin Spence along with his father and brother tragically lost their lives almost five years ago.
Spence, who was just 22 when he died, was killed along with his brother Graham and father Noel in a slurry tank accident at the family farm near Hillsborough on September 15, 2012.
To mark the upcoming anniversary, Ulster Rugby have released an incredibly moving documentary that is a must watch.
“On 15th September 2012, Nevin Spence tragically passed away along with his father Noel and brother Graham.”
“Five years on, Nevin is still fondly remembered by many people across Ulster and beyond.”
“Ulster Rugby has interviewed some of the people closest to Nevin to hear about his values and characteristics, as well as the legacy that he has left behind.”