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2014/15 Advertising Draw Winner


Recently at the clubs AGM our President drew from a field of 117 our apparel sponsor for the upcoming season and for the third successive season John McNamara again sold the winning ticket this time to Maxim Electrical Services. Managing director Paul Murray was suitably…

2014/15 Advertising Draw

SOBrien D&E

Another campaign is about to begin with the opening session of preseason this Thursday night at the MCG and our Season Launch happening Collingwood Football Clubs state of the art training facility the Westpac Centre. We are privileged to have access to world class training…

Simon Hill selected for Victorian 2XI

Simon Hill VIC 2XI

Some of the competition’s best batsmen including our own Simon Hill have been selected to play against NSW. Aaron Ayre, Hayden Butterworth and Matthew Chasemore will join Simon for the four-day fixture.   Former ACT batsmen and wicketkeeper Ayre has been a key figure in…

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