Central Coast Committee Wellbeing Officers Les Pearce and Dennis Tomsett recently visited Malcolm Moss who has suffered a mobility disability due to cruciate ligament damage. Malcolm is limited to walking a very short distance due to the constant pain. The Men Of League Foundation provided Malcolm with a mobility scooter to give him some independence and improved quality of life.
Malcolm played for Balmain from 1966 to 1968, which included a winning premiership with the reserve grade side in 1968. In 1969 and 1970 he played with Parramatta. In his later years, he played for Batlow.
Malcolm is very grateful of the assistance given by the Foundation, which has enabled him to do a lot of daily activities and enjoy quality time outside of his home without depending on others to assist.