Fast friendships were forged on Monday when elderly people from Deniliquin and Jerilderie came to Griffith for a Lifeball Friendship Day.
Lifeball is a slower-paced version of netball for elderly people, but you wouldn't know it from the way some of these 80-year-olds can dart around the court.
One of them is Griffith Lifeball president Val Power who, at the tender age of 79, is one of the youngest whippersnappers on the team.
She said she's seen a renewed spark of interest in Lifeball, ever since The Area News wrote about it last week.
"After the article in the paper the other day we've had quite a few inquiries," Mrs Power said.
She'll be in full recruitment mode in preparation for next year's Friendship Day, which will mark the 20th anniversary since Lifeball was invented.
"We're going to go way out next year, so hopefully we'll get some more players before then."
They meet every Tuesday 9.30am at Westend Stadium, and those interested can pay a visit and make inquiries.
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