Rugby Player Siobhan Cattigan’s Cause of Unexpected Death

Rugby Player Siobhan Cattigan's Cause of Unexpected Death

Many condolences have been shared, informing us of the passing of rugby player Cattigan on December 1, 2021. The question is, what was Siobhan Cattigan’s cause of death? Stay to learn more.

We learned the heartfelt news from Scottish Rugby, tweeting: “Scottish Rugby is deeply saddened to hear of the tragic passing of Scotland international and @StirlingCounty player Siobhan Cattigan.”

According to sources, she had played for Stirling County Ladies. She started this career by playing for the team in 2014 and playing for the University of Stirling team.

Before moving into the back-row, the beloved Siobhan used to play inside centre for her University and Stirling County for both club rugby and for Scotland.

Noted, in a match between Wales and Scotland, she achieved international debut in the 2018 Women’s Six Nations Championship, coming off the bench and into blindside flanker.

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Siobhan Cattigan’s Cause of Death Is Behind Shadows

Along with condolences, many are wondering what Siobhan Cattigan’s cause of death was. All that has been shared is that she passed away on Friday, November 26, at the age of 26; however, the governing body and her club Stirling County made the news public on Tuesday night.

After her death, it was attributed: “Specialist Scottish Rugby employees are now providing ongoing support to those most closely affected.”

It was stated: “Shibby was a teammate and friend, and we deeply mourn her loss. Our love, thoughts, and heartfelt condolences are with Shibby’s family at this devastating time.”

Gav Harper wrote: “Awful news that Scotland international Siobhan Cattigan has passed away. She was just 26. Thoughts with her family, friends, and her @Scotlandteam & @StirlingCounty team-mates.”

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What More We Know of Siobhan’s Career & Life

Based on several sources, Siobhan studied Criminology and Sociology at the University of Stirling. Later on, she achieved a Master’s degree in Sports Psychology as well.

Captaining her side to victory in the 2016/17 BUCS league, Cattigan was considered a prominent member of the university’s rugby club.

It’s said that recently, she cited that Scotland’s historic win against Ireland in 2018 was one of her personal highlights, claiming an away victory for the first time in 12 years.

Putting all these aside, She successfully went on tour to South Africa in 2019 and the impressive draw against France during the 2020 Six Nations.

As it’s said, her passion for rugby was first felt at the age of five by joining McLaren Minis, based in her hometown of Callander.

Noted, her father was a coach at the club, and her older brother played for the minis section. May she be fondly remembered for the talent and success she had achieved throughout her life, and may she rest in peace.

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Condolences to Siobhan Cattigan’ Death:

It’s written: “Awful news tonight that Stirling County and Scotland forward Siobhan Cattigan has passed away. Our thoughts go out to all of Siobhan’s family, club & international teammates, and friends at this difficult time.”

Another shared: “As a fellow Stirling alum, how terribly sad to read. Thoughts and prayers are with her family x.” A fan tweeted: “Deepest condolences to family & friends, Stirling County RFC & Scottish Rugby. #rugbyfamily.”

A fan shared: “Shocked and saddened to hear of the passing of current @Scotlandteam Women’s cap Siobhan Cattigan aged just 26 – the rugby family must now rally around and help each other through such a tragedy, thoughts with her family, friends, teammates, and all at @StirlingCounty.”

Women’s Six Nations tweeted: “Our thoughts are with the family and friends of Siobhan Cattigan, and all in the wider Women’s Rugby and Scottish rugby communities who are affected by this very sad news.”

One expressed: “Terrible news coming out of Scotland with the passing of current Women’s internationalist Siobhan Cattigan aged just 26. Thoughts with all those who knew and loved her.”


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