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Rugby League was the last thing on Will Hopoate's mind during his two year Mormon mission. Then he inadvertently knocked on Queensland backrower Sam Thaiday's front door. Banned from reading newspapers and watching television, Hopoate had no clue of the Rugby League world he had left behind as he spread the word of God in Brisbane from 2011-13. But Thaiday revealed he couldn't resist giving Hopoate a quick update on all things league when the New South Wales flyer surprisingly came calling. Hopoate's decision to turn his back...
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