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This principle was also applied in Gravil v Carroll and Another [2008] EWCA Civ 689 in which the claimant was injured by a punch from the first defendant during a rugby match. The claimant sought damages vicariously from the defendant’s rugby club, who employed the defendant. On appeal the claimant was successful, given that the player’s contract required him not to engage in such behaviour, and therefore there was a close connection between what was done and the defendant’s employment.
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