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Former Salford Red Devils and Swinton Lions player Tex Evans is out of Intensive Care after ten days there, as the Super League side have confirmed.
Evans was admitted on 7th April and after it had emerged that he had tested positive for the COVID-19 and now he will continue his recovery at home.
The 56-year-old started his career at Swinton, he made his debut in 1985. He then joined Salford in 1988 after Swinton’s relegation. Evans scored 57 tries during his time at Salford. He also won one Second Division Title in 1991, as well as a Second Division Premiership title in the same year and in 1995 he retired.
🙌 We are delighted by the news that Salford legend Tex Evans has come out of intensive care!
👏 Well done Tex & all the hospital staff involved!
— Salford Red Devils (@SalfordDevils) April 17, 2020