Mick Snowden gets second shot at Super Rugby dream

After reaching career best form in 2014, a season-ending ankle injury midway through the 2015 season couldn’t have come at a worse time for Mick Snowden. The 27-year old Tamworth boy had been released by the Western Force a year earlier but looked to have put all that behind him when injury struck. “It’s been a pretty crappy year to be honest, watching the (Eastwood) boys win from the sideline was really tough,” Snowden told Rugby News. “But I think the worst one I had all year was sitting at home watching the (NSW Country) Eagles game up in Tamworth. Missing out on playing an NRC match at my old club was a real kick in the guts.” But sometimes the rugby gods like to square things up and that’s exactly what they’ve done for Mick Snowden. The Rebels today announced that Snowden would join their Extended Playing Squad in 2016, handing the halfback a second chance at his Super Rugby dream. “I’d been speaking to them on and off over the last few months, but nothin
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