16 March 2024

2024 Season Launch

6:30 Onwards at Trinity St Kilda.

Free entry with food and drink available at bar prices

Get ready to witness the thrilling kickoff of a new chapter in our community’s sporting journey. As the season’s dawn approaches, anticipation builds, and monders eagerly await the first siren. This year promises a spectacle of skill, passion, and camaraderie that will unite our community like never before.

This season’s launch is not just an event; it’s a celebration of the dedication and hard work that each player, coach, and supporter brings to our community. Bring your mates, bring your cheers, and let’s kick off the season in style at Trinity St.Kilda. This is your chance to mingle with players, coaches, and fellow fans, creating memories that will last a lifetime.

Don’t miss out on the action – join us at Trinity St Kilda on 16 March for a night of footy festivities, laughter, and the unbridled joy that comes with the Ormond Community. Let’s make this season one to remember!

Go Monders!!!!!!

19 April 2024

Fifth Day Lunch - Martin Pakula

Where: McKinnon Hotel function room
When 19/4/24 between 12:15-3:15
Cost $85 including 2 course meal and drinks

Our first Fifth day Lunch is on the 19th April with Martin Pakula

Martin was a local who attended Ormond Primary School in the 1970s and was an Ormond Junior footballer. His secondary education was at Haileybury.

Martin attended Monash University graduating with Economics and Law (Honours) Degrees. He won the Industrial Relations Law prize in his final year.

His employment commenced with law firm MacPherson and Kelly in 1993 before moving on to the National Union of Workers, eventually becoming State Secretary.

He was elected to the Victorian Upper House (Legislative Council) in 2006 and in 2013 moved to the Lower House as the Member for Lyndhurst, He retired from State politics in November 2022.

During his time in the State Government Martin had been a Minister for Industry and Trade, Industrial Relations, Public Transport, Racing, Jobs and Innovation, Tourism, Sport and Major Events, Industry Support and Recovery, and Business Precincts as well Attorney-General.

In 2023, he became Chair of the Australian Grand Prix Corporation – that’s both F1 cars and MOTOGP.

With the breadth of his experiences over the last 20 years in particular, surely there are a wealth of stories.

Tickets can be purchased through out online store using this link