Fitzroy FC Lunches for 2015

Fitzroy FC is a cracking community club based at the beautiful Brunswick Street Oval, with its cityscape backdrop, its autumnal cum winter-bare plane trees, and its grand old stand. There is a great sense of history at the ground and among the people.

Each season the club hosts home-game lunches. As an expert in lunch, I can tell you these are some of the best lunches in footy. If you would like to attend, please contact [email protected] in the first instance.

Here’s this year’s program:

 

25 April      (v Ajax) Anzac Day theme – Reds Foundation

May 2          (v Mazenod) Afternoon Tea at 1/2 time – last year was our first and it was a huge success.  Supporters are asked to bring a plate.  $5 entry.  (no lunch that day)

May 16         (v Old Melburnians) Players’ Reunion Lunch – organised by Danny Wilson and Colin Hobbs

May 23         (v St Bedes/Mentone) don’t include at this stage – will advise if lunch after our next board meeting

June 20        (v St Kevins) – Brisbane Lions Theme – Ross Thornton speaker – Rotary hosting.  Note Rotary host 1 luncheon a year to raise money to sponsor their FFC U/19 players

 July 18        (v Caulfield Grammar) – Ladies Day (Men are welcome)

August 8      (v Hampton Rovers) – Reds Foundation host

August 22    (v Parkdale Vultures) – last home game for the season.

 

Lunch is $40 – it’s a buffet with roasts, veges, salads, curries, pastas – and drinks are at bar prices.

About John Harms

JTH is a writer, publisher, speaker, historian. He is publisher and contributing editor of The Footy Almanac and footyalmanac.com.au. He has written columns and features for numerous publications. His books include Confessions of a Thirteenth Man, Memoirs of a Mug Punter, Loose Men Everywhere, Play On, The Pearl: Steve Renouf's Story and Life As I Know It (with Michelle Payne). He appears on ABCTV's Offsiders. He can be contacted [email protected] He is married to The Handicapper and has three kids - Theo13, Anna11, Evie10. He might not be the worst putter in the world but he's in the worst three. His ambition is to lunch for Australia.

Comments

  1. Phil Hill says

    Of course they are excellent. The speaker are entertaining and the company magnificent.

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