I loved Squeak's inspiration! I've been trying to tell my 51yo DH that he can't expect to be competitive against players half his age. He just proved me wrong!
Journaling (from the tournament website):
In the first final of the tournament local side Kanyana faced off against Melbourne Uni Renegades in the Menís Division 3 final. Kanyana had progressed through the pools to finish on top of the ladder and continued their good form in the final. After a shaky start Alan Andrews led his side back from 9-2 to clinch the tight first set 25-23. The second set was just as tight with Kanyana looking to have lost it when they were 22-24 down. However Rowan Gillespie and David Blume powered their team back into the lead to win the set 26-24. The third set was a formality for the Kanyana side as their opposition gave all of their players a run. Kanyana took the third set and the match 25-13 to claim the first set of pottery for the weekend.
Kanyana def Renegades 3-0: 25-23, 26-24, 25-13
Journaling (by me):
Kanyana entered a team for the Dragon City Tournament but they were a few players short. They asked Allan to fill in. Thereís no room for compromise when it comes to Allanís competitive spirit. He played like a man half his age! Not only did he fill in but became the quasi team leader and most reliable player on court!
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