FORMER Warrington Wolves prop Dom Crosby has given an emotional interview about the death of his baby daughter.

Crosby was a member of the Wire squad when tragedy struck his family as daughter Ada passed away shortly after being born in 2017.

Speaking at length for the first time about Ada's passing, Crosby described in harrowing detail the ordeal he and wife Megan went through.

Since then, the couple have been blessed with a healthy baby boy named Oscar, who was born in May last year.

Crosby is now with Leeds Rhinos having left The Wire during last season and he praised Wolves head coach Steve Price for how he handled things.

"I was with Warrington Wolves when Ada passed away," he said.

"It's no disrespect to the club, but I had bad memories of what I had to go through.

"I think Steve Price recognised what was up with me and he was brilliant.

"He told me that if I felt happier somewhere else and if it was what I needed for my mental health, he said go for it and was very positive.

"As soon as I came to Leeds, I knew it was the right thing to do."

Crosby is now an ambassador for the charity StrongMen, which helps tackle emotional and mental health issues brought about by bereavement.

Watch the full interview below