1. NRL: Newcastle Knights great Tony Butterfield lucky to be alive after cardiac arrest  Stuff.co.nz
  2. Newcastle legend Tony Butterfield suffers heart attack after charity match  Sporting News AU
  3. Knights hero Tony Butterfield survives heart attack after charity Oztag game  Fox Sports
  4. Newcastle Knights great Tony Butterfield lucky to be alive after cardiac arrest  The Age
  5. Knights legend Tony Butterfield lucky to be alive after cardiac arrest  Newcastle Herald
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After completing a charity match, Butterfield said he "started feeling weird" before collapsing in the change rooms and requiring urgent CPR.After completing a charity match, Butterfield said he "started feeling weird" before collapsing in the change rooms and requiring urgent CPR.

Newcastle legend Tony Butterfield is lucky to be alive after suffering a major heart attack during an Old Boys Oztag game on Saturday. Newcastle legend Tony Butterfield is lucky to be alive after suffering a major heart attack during an Old Boys Oztag game on Saturday.

NRL 2019: Round 4: Newcastle Knights hero Tony Butterfield suffers heart attack | Fox Sports

Former Newcastle Knights enforcer Tony Butterfield is lucky to be alive after suffering a heart attack moments after appearing in a charity match in the Hunter on Saturday.Former Newcastle Knights enforcer Tony Butterfield is lucky to be alive after suffering a heart attack moments after appearing in a charity match in the Hunter on Saturday.

Newcastle legend Tony Butterfield suffers heart attack after charity match | Sporting News

"It was fortuitous for me that they were on hand.""It was fortuitous for me that they were on hand."

Knights legend Tony Butterfield admits he is lucky to be alive after suffering a cardiac arrest on Saturday following a celebrity Oztag match. | Newcastle Herald

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