The four walls of Harry Wzola’s office are covered with items of sporting memorabilia. Behind each of the framed items lies a fascinating story.
Harry Wszola has pursued three main sporting disciplines through his life, swimming, cricket and golf, while rugby league also holds a special place too. Today, Harry still plays golf whenever the opportunity presents itself in his busy schedule.
Of the 50 or more pieces of sporting memorabilia hung in the office, there are two which are a standout. “From the Hill” is a limited print taken from an original oil painting by Wesley Walters. It depicts the single taken by Don Bradman that gives him 100 first-class centuries, November 15 1947. The print is signed by Don Bradman and Keith Miller.
It is also impossible to look past the framed Australian Rugby League original 1952 jersey with the title The Magnificent Seven. Featured on the limited edition framed board are Clive Churchill, Greg Gasnier, Johnny Raper, Bob Fulton, Graham Langlands, Arthur Beetson and Wally Lewis.