Could the Aussie over-70s cricket squad that toured England last month win the Test Series, something that has eluded the Australian National Cricket Team for some time?
They would if Peter Flack, a sprightly 73 year-old member of the team, who has been dialysing at our unit for four years, had a say in the matter.
Peter has always been a mad-keen sportsman. He started playing cricket at 9 years of age and spent the next 40+ years playing pennant-grade tennis, and cricket at the Sub-District level. In his mid-50s he gave the game away and didn’t think any more of it for a dozen years, until a suggestion at an Australian Cricket Society lunch earned him a game with its over-60s team. (more…)