At 90 years of age, Iris Soldi is quick as a flash when it comes to organising sporting events for The Fraternity Club.
As the club's much-loved sports president, Iris juggles her days between running many and varied events with winning results.
She also runs the club's weekly sports raffle with all money raised going towards the running of sporting activities at The Frat.
Her passion, humour and youthful approach is evident when speaking with the spritely pensioner.
"I've been the sports president for about 20 years, so I've got it down to a fine art," she said.
"It's a part of me. My grandchildren have to make an appointment to see me nowadays!" Despite her age, Iris is full of life.
For almost nine decades she has devoted herself to sports, whether it be on a bowling green or working behind the scenes as an administrator.
Her energetic approach has assisted many organisations at local, state and national level.
On the local front, she breathes new life into the running of sporting events at The Frat.
"Wherever I go I seem to find myself on a committee. I just love life!" she said.
Throughout an illustrious sporting career, Iris competed in basketball, bocce, lawn bowls, tennis and vigoro. But it's her passion for carpet bowls that keeps her rolling on.
She is a multiple NSW and Australian champion and was awarded life membership of the NSW Indoor Bowls Association in September this year.
"I plan to be around for a lot longer yet. I'm just starting!" she quipped.