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A community is in mourning following the sudden death of 17-year-old Logan Luker, a rugby player from the Valley in Wales.

Penygraig RFC club announce the news of Logan’s passing on Monday saying the club was devastated at the loss, describing Luke as an incredibly talented player who “gave his heart to playing rugby.”

“Our sincere and heart-felt condolences go out to his family, friends and all those who played alongside him,” Penygraig RFC said.

“He was fearless on the field, would run at anything in his way and would always get back up to be ready to go again at any stage of the game. Pengraig will not be the same without him.”

A flood of tributes were left at the club’s gate in honour and memory of the 17-year-old.

Tributes honouring the memory of Logan Luker were left at the club gates (Source: Rob Browne/WalesOnline)

Beddau RFC club also expressed their sincere condolences to those affected by Logan’s passing,

“Today we learned that this fine young man was tragically taken far too soon.”

“He was a credit to his family and to the club jersey he wore,” Beddau RFC posted.

While Logan’s cause of death is yet to be established, his family release a statement saying,

“Logan was such a special person. He was the best son and brother and we loved him so much. He was a true gentleman who tried to make everyone smile.”

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