Player, 22, dies of heart attack in Australian Rules match | Inquirer Sports

Player, 22, dies of heart attack in Australian Rules match

03:15 PM May 31, 2015

MELBOURNE, Australia — A 22-year-old Australian Rules football player has died of an apparent heart attack during a reserve-grade match in Melbourne.

Club officials said Sunday that Northern Saints Football Club player Mohamed Ali Jamil Allouche collapsed after kicking a goal during the game at suburban Fawkner on Saturday.

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He was rushed to the hospital but died shortly after. The match against Avondale Heights was later called off.

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