Ben Kende with his assistance dog Gumnut. The tetraplegic said he’s quite happy with his life 10 years after his rugby accident. Photo: Handout Ben Kende with his assistance dog Gumnut. The tetraplegic said he’s quite happy with his life 10 years after his rugby accident. Photo: Handout
Ben Kende with his assistance dog Gumnut. The tetraplegic said he’s quite happy with his life 10 years after his rugby accident. Photo: Handout

Tetraplegic Ben Kende on 10 years after rugby accident: ‘Life is extremely good. I don’t have much to complain about’

  • Kende, 18 at the time, was injured during a match in Thailand, and is now a graduate lawyer in Sydney
  • The 28-year-old Hongkonger said he’s found a level of peace and understanding through his new life in Australia

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Ben Kende with his assistance dog Gumnut. The tetraplegic said he’s quite happy with his life 10 years after his rugby accident. Photo: Handout Ben Kende with his assistance dog Gumnut. The tetraplegic said he’s quite happy with his life 10 years after his rugby accident. Photo: Handout
Ben Kende with his assistance dog Gumnut. The tetraplegic said he’s quite happy with his life 10 years after his rugby accident. Photo: Handout
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