Stephen Gough – The Odd Friday Lunch, Oct 27th 2017

Stephen Gough – The Odd Friday Lunch, Oct 27th 2017

Stephen Gough Stephen Gough was at Carlton Football Club for 18 years. He was a teacher and part time scout before joining Carlton full time as Recruiting Manager. He then became Football Manager and finished with 7 years as Carlton’s CEO ending in 1999.   In 1999 he then became CEO of the MCC & […]

The Odd Friday Lunch – Friday the 13th October

The Odd Friday Lunch – Friday the 13th October

Chris Anstey, born in Melbourne in 1975, 7 foot tall, was an aspiring young Tennis player, ranked as one of Australia’s top 15 year olds, who then switched and took up Basketball at 17 years old.   At 19 he played a season with Melbourne Tigers and then play 2 seasons with South East Melbourne […]

The Odd Friday Lunch – AFL Finals, 15th September 2017

The Odd Friday Lunch – AFL Finals, 15th September 2017

AFL Finals This is a John Harms Footy Almanac Lunch and he will run this Lunch interviewing special guests on a Finals theme.   One of the special guests will be Wayne Henwood, former South Freemantle, Glenelg & Swans player, and a strong influence on NSW football. He is now a Victorian Barrister and on […]

Howard Beer – The Odd Friday Lunch, 1st September 2017

Howard Beer – The Odd Friday Lunch, 1st September 2017

Howard Beer Howard Beer is a former Victorian Homicide Detective who works in anti-corruption for International Cricket.   Howard was in charge of anti-corruption operations for the ‘Indian Cricket League’ and was involved in the Chris Cairns investigation. He was then involved in the Chris Cairns libel case in the High Court in London against […]

Peter “Wheels” Bedford

Peter “Wheels” Bedford

Peter “Wheels” Bedford Peter Bedford, now 70 years old, is a former great South Melbourne footballer (rover) and also a fine first class cricket player. He grew up in Port Melbourne where cricket was his first love, playing his first district game as a 16 years old. As a footballer he won the Brownlow in […]

The Odd Friday Lunch – Des ‘Tuddy’ Tuddenham, 7th July 2017

The Odd Friday Lunch – Des ‘Tuddy’ Tuddenham, 7th July 2017

Des ‘Tuddy’ Tuddenham Des Tuddenham was born in 1943 near Ballarat – one of nine children, from a farming family. He started playing with Collingwood in 1962 and was renown for his tough & fearless play, and his skills. He won the Copeland Trophy (best & fairest) at Collingwood in 63, his first full season […]