Thursday, July 25, 2024

England hockey master ‘never stopped playing’ after prostate cancer treatment

Two years ago this month, Peter Denley was diagnosed with prostate cancer. Last week, the septuagenarian played four matches, including two midweek over-75s internationals against Wales.

After being told by a GP, Denley says that his biggest worry was not being able to play England over-70s hockey again. 

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