Having recently moved to the Salford City Stadium with the Aviva Premiership club, Asda Trafford Park's new neighbour was given a full health check by the store's pharmacist, Goffran Shannan, who has been keeping the community healthy since joining the store's team in 2010.
The Barton Dock Road store's pharmacy provides free BMI, blood pressure, blood sugar and cholesterol checks for all the community, flu jabs from £7 as well as prescriptions and all day-to-day health products. Its opening hours are 8am-11pm Monday, 7am-11pm Tuesday to Friday, 7am-10pm Saturday and 10.30am-4.30pm on Sunday.
The 21 year old Sale Sharks academy graduate was also given £200 by Asda to help Altrincham Kersal RFC, a local rugby club he supports with free coaching.
Tom Brady said: "While being active through sport is great, it's also important to regularly check on your health, especially when you see what happened to the likes of Fabrice Muamba last year, and he was a professional with access to the best medical support. If there's a free local service for monitoring your health then why not take advantage of it?
"I'd also like to thank Asda Trafford Park for its donation which is being passed on to Altrincham Kersal RFC. It is a fantastic local club with a bright future and I thoroughly enjoy being able to help with the coaching set-up."
Goffran Shannan, added: "Naturally, Tom was in great shape but it's encouraging to see him take his health seriously. Our services are free for the whole community, not just those who play sport and I hope the local residents will see Tom as a shining example of someone in the community keeping on top of their health and wellbeing."