Jun 21, 2011

Hosted by sports presenter, Jim Wilson this debate will see panellists explore what makes a team great and ultimately what wins a premiership.

Theories abound about which Clubs dominate the AFL and why. Do some Clubs receive special consideration because of their membership size and the power that they can bring to bear on the AFL? Does a large membership base, or a high profile Club official, give teams an advantage on the field? Or is it the culture, passion and determination of a Club that sees them achieve the ultimate prize?

Join our high profile panellists including: Andrew Demetriou, CEO of the Australian Football League, Jeff Kennett, President, Hawthorn Football Club, Caroline Wilson, Chief Football Writer for The Age and Matthew “Richo” Richardson, Richmond Football Club great and popular media football personality, along with other football identities, who will present their views and thoughts on this highly controversial debate topic that is sure to arouse emotions whilst providing some amusing insights into the world of the AFL.

Date: Friday 9 September 2011

Time: 7am- 9am

Cost: $1,300 for a table of 10 or $2,000 for a VIP table of 10

Held in the exclusive MCC Members Dining Room overlooking the MCG, you and your guests will be entertained and enthralled whilst enjoying a delicious gourmet breakfast amongst some of Melbourne’s corporate elite.

All proceeds raised at this special event will go towards supporting families of children with life-threatening illnesses and is the signature event for the Very Special Kids’ Piggy Bank Appeal 3-25 September, 2011.

If you are interested in attending contact  Boo Harvey on 0407403952 or