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 (appeared?) on ABCTV's Offsiders. He can be contacted [email protected] He is married to The Handicapper and has three school-age kids - Theo, Anna, Evie. He might not be the worst putter in the world but he's in the worst four. His ambition was to lunch for Australia but it clashed with his other ambition - to shoot his age.

Comments

  1. Phil Hill says

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

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