The Old Trinity Grammarians’ Association warmly invites you to the first OTGA CBD Luncheon for 2017, to be held at The Australian Club on Friday 26 May.
Join us for “An Interview with Neil Balme” featuring Philip Allison (OTG 1963-1975).
Neil Balme is a giant of the Football world. His playing career spanned three clubs - Subiaco, Richmond and Norwood - and was followed by a coaching career that saw him in the top job at Norwood, Woodville-West Torrens Eagles and the Melbourne Football Club.
Neil is a two-time Premiership Player (1973 and 1974) with the Richmond Football Club, dual Premiership Coach with Norwood (1982 and 1984) and was named Coach of the All Australian Team in 1994.
Most recently, Neil has been in Administration roles at the Collingwood and Geelong Football Clubs, and in 2016 accepted the position of General Manager of Football at the Richmond Football Club.
- DRESS CODE: Jacket, Collar and Tie
- RSVP by Friday 19 May 2017 to Sharon Kendall via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone on 9854 3668.
- SEATS ARE LIMITED - BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL
- Fathers and/or sons of Old Trinity Grammarians are welcome to attend this lunch