Anthony Fingal has retired from rugby due to a number of heads of stones.
The former Wallabies center, Anthony Fingal, has stopped rugby trying for long-term health after a series of heavy shoes.
The age of 32 emerged that the effects associated with her were; complaint was so bad and he had to be kept up at the altar of two brothers and ex-Wallaby's marriage to Saia due to the loss of head
"In 2016 my other brother married and at the altar, I was caught up because the head was hit," said Fainga and Fox Sports News.
Fainga has been playing in Japan for the last three seasons but worries about other effects.
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"There may be just one other thing that can not get rid of vegetables or I can not play with my family," said Fainga.
"I got a bit of money last year and after that, I had to make a decision, make a choice about what I wanted to do with me.
"I'm so fond of her rugby game so big but I need to look after my mental health."
Hinga played 23 trials with the Wallabies and was a member of the team that won the Super Rugby rugby team in 2011.
He plans to move home to Brisbane with his family.