You can sum up Morgs in one word; “Success”. He has pretty much succeeded in everything he has done. He was the head boy in primary and high school. He is the only person to ever have won the Denton Hurdle Memorial Sports Award for both primary and high school. He was the youngest member of the 1989 Bermuda Under 18 Carifta Basketball team. He was a member of Bermuda’s World Cup qualifying cricket team. But his biggest achievement to date is no doubt his career.
After years of study in Montreal, Canada; Manchester, UK and Dublin, Ireland Daniel achieved a Masters in Sports Science and returned to Bermuda where he worked at King Edward VII Memorial hospital before beginning his own business, Performance Rehab Ltd. Morgs’ experience as physio for the Irish under 19, under 23 and senior cricket team plus the Dandy Town Hornets Football Club have afforded him the opportunity to hold the same post for the Bermuda Hogges football team, the Bermuda National Football team and the Bermuda National Cricket team.
But Morgs is much more than his achievements. He is also “one of the boys”. He is the analytical one of the group. And usually sits quietly in the background waiting for the correct opportunity to voice his opinion.