Greg de Moore at the Piney

Hi fellow footy fans,


Following hot on the heels of our recent launch of the Queensland Australian Football Forensics, I am pleased to advise you of our next function:


Greg de Moore, prize-winning biographer of early football and cricket pioneer Tom Wills, will be our guest speaker at the Pineapple Hotel on Monday 23 April.


Greg, a Sydney psychiatrist by profession, will give an audio visual presentation about his ten years of exhaustive research and the discoveries he uncovered about this troubled genius.


Signed copies of his book – Tom Wills: his spectacular rise and tragic fall – will also be available on the night for $20.


Details are as follows:


Guest speaker: Greg de Moore

Venue: The Park View Bar, Pineapple Hotel, Main St Woolloongabba.

Date: Monday 23 April

Time: 6:30 pm for 7 pm start


Please mark this date in your diary and RSVP to me if you can come along. Having read Greg’s book I’m sure it will be a fascinating evening.


Best wishes


Robert Allen

Co-Convenor, Footy Forensics


PS.  Please feel free to send this invite on to other footy tragics you think may be interested in coming along.


About Robert Allen

Robert is a football history tragic who lives in Brisbane with his three children and a ginger cat named Thomas O'Malley. He recently completed a biography of Roy Cazaly, in which he endeavoured to avoid what Gideon Haigh has called the two facets of most Australian sports biographies: cut-and-paste and tongue-in-bum.


  1. Stephen Cooke says

    Love the Pineapple

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