Billy Guyton, the famous rugby union player from New Zealand, died at the age of 33. The death of Guyton has left the world in mourning. Billy has to retire at the age of 28 because of his ongoing concussion symptoms.
Before retiring in 2018, he represented Tasman 52 times, and apart from that, he has played for the Blues, Crusaders, and Hurricanes in Super Rugby. Before his death, he was working as an assistant coach for the Tasman women’s team in the Farah Palmer Cup.
About Billy Guyton
Billy was born in South Canterbury, and he spent his childhood there. He started his professional career with North Otago, and he represented the province between 2010 and 2012. Later, he made a total of 52 appearances for Tasman between 2013 and 2017.
Guyton also made one appearance for the Hurricanes in 2014 and another for the Crusaders in 2015. In tonne also made one appearance for the Hurricanes in 2014 and another for the Crusaders in 2015. In 2016, he was selected for Mori All Blacks’ tour.
Billy Guyton Cause of Death
Till now, the cause of death of Billy Guyton is not known. But the Blues said in a statement of their own: “We are shocked and saddened by the tragic death of Billy Guyton. He was a talented rugby player who made 24 appearances for the Blues between 2016 and 2017. We cannot imagine the heartache his family and friends must be feeling at this difficult time. To everyone who knew Billy, we send them our sincere sympathy.”