Cameron Munster, the Queensland Maroons and Melbourne Storm star who saved himself

To most people, and probably a laconic soul like Munster himself, it was nothing more than a joke. To anyone who has wrestled with the harsh realities of addiction, it was like passing his teammate a live hand grenade.

Spend enough time in a rehab, or a 12-step meeting, and you’ll hear a familiar refrain: “If you hang around the barbershop long enough, sooner or later, you’re going to get a haircut.”

But what if the barbershop is right there where you work, after every match, after every victory, waiting for you to take a seat? In rugby league, the sweet taste of victory is usually…

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