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Titans winger Treymain Spry says he's lucky to be alive after allegedly being coward punched in Brisbane's CBD on March 10, leaving his rugby league career in jeopardy as he waits for brain scans to decide his future.
Spry, 22, and his partner were walking through the Fortitude Valley nightclub precinct around 2am when he spotted his ex-girlfriend and her new boyfriend across the street.
The man then allegedly ran across the road and king-hit Spry from behind.
Treymain Spry holds up a 'GO TITANS!!!!' homemade card, cheering on his club from Brisbane Hospital after allegedly being king-hit last month
Spry has been recovering from a fractured skull, broken cheekbone and bleeding on the brain, and experienced severe headaches every day for three weeks after the alleged punch.