Four Sports People that have been Resilient

I have chosen four sports people that have been resilient. The adversity that they have all dealt with is truly inspirational. The four sports people that I have chosen are Tom Mitchell, Moises Henriques, Brett Ratten and Jack Higgins.

Tom Mitchell (AFL Footballer- Hawthorn)

  • Suffered a broken leg that kept him out for the entire 2019 AFL Season.
  • Mitchell has shown a strong character to come back in the form reminiscent of that when he was named the 2018 AFL Brownlow Medal winner.
  • Despite coming back from injury Mitchell has had a minimum of 22 disposals after 4 Rounds in AFL Season 2020.
  • First and foremost, he is a quality person and good things happen to good people!

Moises Henriques (Cricketer- New South Wales, Sydney Sixers)

Brett Ratten (AFL Coach- St Kilda)

  • Brett Ratten was somewhat unjustly sacked by Carlton in Season 2012, after they failed to make the top 8.
  • Ratten didn’t waste any team getting back into footy as he was named as a Hawthorn assistant Coach in 2012; shortly after he got sacked.
  • In 2015, Ratten’s 16 year old son was killed in a car crash.
  • Ratten was named St Kilda Coach after being caretaker Coach in Season 2018.
  • St KIlda currently sit in the top 8 after 4 Rounds as Ratten is a good Coach!

Jack Higgins (AFL Footballer- Richmond) 

  • Higgins not only survived brain surgery, but came back to play footy at the highest level!
  • Not only 1 lot of brain surgery but a second round of brain surgery.
  • It’s a miracle his back playing AFL footy.
  • Above all else he has such an infectious personality.
  • He got what he deserved; he is a quality person that survived an horrific ordeal.

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