Henry Morris Visit
The immensely popular Sydney Metro President Henry Morris was visited by Men of League friends following recent heart surgery. Men of Leagues’ Welfare Manager Ben Ross along with welfare officers Alan Webb, John “Bomber” Peard and Warren Thompson were pleased to find Henry in good spirits and already talking about the next fund raising function.
Bomber as always, had everyone continuously laughing with his hilarious routines.
Henry is always ready to help anyone needing a helping hand and has assisted countless people. He is highly regarded and respected in the rugby league family. We look forward to him being back on deck however only after he has a well earned rest.
Henry has been a rugby league man all his life from his playing days in the South Sydney Juniors with the Botany United and LaPerouse Football Clubs. He was also involved in all aspects of the game after he finished playing moving on to become President of S.S.J.R.L. for many years and President of The Juniors for a very long time.
Henry had his surgery at Prince of Wales Hospital Randwick and was then transferred to Eastern Suburbs Private Hospital for Rehab.
Both hospitals informed us that they had to put extra staff on just to answer the enquiries on Henry’s progress.
We wish Henry a.k.a. ” The Botany Battler” a speedy recovery.
Henry was presented with a Men of League Polo Shirt and Cap.
Welfare Officer Sydney Metro