LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS During my first month I got a fractured sternum and collapsed lung. I was in hospital for a week and with the language barrier I didn’t know what was happening. But things have been great since then.Are you glad you went? Clermont is a great place to work on individual skills. Jason White was there in my first year and was a big help with rugby and off-the-field things. I am working on all areas of my game and it’s a big aim to play at this year’s U20 World Championship. When did you first play?My dad Les was a minis coach at Howe of Fife and I joined the club when I was six. Later I played for Strathallan and Bell Baxter High School.How have you ended up at Clermont Auvergne?They contacted me after I played for Scotland U18 against France in 2012. I was shocked at first, then it all happened really fast and I signed the following week.Was moving to France as an 18-year-old tough? RW verdict: Brave enough to move to France, this young No 9 won four Scotland U20 caps this spring.Want to keep up to date with rugby’s hotshots every month? Why not subscribe to Rugby World? Click here to see our latest subscription deals, or find out how to download the digital edition here.
Ramon Price/Facebook(OAKLAND, Calif.) — After 4-year-old Na’Vaun Price Jackson accidentally shot himself in the head last month, doctors told his family that he showed no brain activity. But now, the California youngster is awake and talking again.The boy’s remarkable improvement comes after police say he found a gun on a bed while visiting the east Oakland home of his mother’s boyfriend. Authorities say Na’Vaun pulled the gun out from under a pillow and accidentally shot himself in the head.Doctors initially prepared Na’Vaun’s family for the worst after they found no brain activity following the accident. But in videos shared online this week by his grandfather, Ramon Price, Na’Vaun can he heard in his hospital room saying, “Hello world” and “Thank you.”Na’Vaun’s family says his recovery is a miracle.Although he still can’t walk, Navaun is now able to leave his bed and sit in a wheelchair.In the new videos he can also be heard repeating the words “sister” and “grandma” with the help of his grandfather, followed by “amen” and “thank you, Jesus.”Terrence Wilson, the boyfriend of Na’Vaun’s mother, was arrested following the accident and charged with multiple felonies, including child abuse, possession of a firearm by a felon and first degree criminal firearm storage.Asked if she had any idea that there was a gun in her boyfriend’s bed, Na’Vaun’s mother, Brijjanna Price, told San Francisco ABC7 News, “Not at all. If I knew, my son wouldn’t have been in that house.”“Every day he’s doing something different, so my son’s going to be back soon,” Price said of her son’s surprising recovery. “He may not be back to the way he was, but he’ll be back.”Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.