Virdi was on the comeback from a knee reconstruction this year and has managed to convert himself from a swing bowler to a batsmen, playing the season in 3rd and 4th grade mainly as a bat while rowling the arm over only occasionally. No doubt when his leg gets stronger he will be back at the bowling crease for longer stints.
Both Adam and Virdi are also employed by Device Technologies, so they are playing a leading role in helping both the club and it’s players be the best that they can be.
- All products are professionally supported by qualified Product Managers and specialists, trained to work in surgical and operating room environments.
- Clinical Educators provide accredited training, in-servicing and ongoing clinical support.
- Technical Service personnel service and maintain our extensive range of capital equipment.
- Regulatory Affairs ensure all products are correctly listed with the TGA.
The entire Waratahs cricket community would like to thank Mick Trevaskis and the team at Device for their tremendous support over the last few years. Mick especially is a loyal local cricketer and supports the Waratahs as well as local cricket is many ways. He is also a valued committee member.
Visit their website at www.device.com.au