Fifth Day Lunch – Friday October 13

Fifth Day Lunch

The third Fifth Day Lunch for 2017 will be held on Friday 13 October, 12.15pm – 3.15pm at the McKinnon Hotel.

The Club is excited to announce that renowned jounalist, football historian and former The Age writer (30 years), MARTIN FLANAGAN, will be the guest speaker.

The Fifth Day Lunch Series is a new initiative in 2017, and involves the Club hosting a series of semi-regular Friday afternoon Lunches at the McKinnon Hotel.  The Lunches are open to all people and businesses from within the surrounding community to attend, and are not confined to just Ormond footy club people.

The Lunches bring our community together, and the first two Lunches have been resounding successes.  Cost is $70 and is all-inclusive of a two course meal and drinks.

For more information, click here and contact Alan Naylor E: or M: 0427 206 551 to confirm your seat – strictly limited to only 90 people.

Payment by 9 October is by credit card, click here.


A bit more about our speaker ……

Martin is a storyteller, journalist, poet, author and public speaker.  He was born in Tasmania in 1955 and graduated in law from the University of Tasmania in 1975.  He was described as “a legend of Australian journalism” in TIME magazine in 2003.  Martin is the author of twelve books, among them ‘The Call’, an imaginative re-construction of the life of Tom Wills, a founder of the game of football, ‘Southern Sky, Western Oval’, a season with the battling, working class Bulldogs of the 1990s, ‘Richo’, conversations with Matthew Richardson, ‘The Short Long Book, with Michael Long, and ‘The Last Quarter’, a trilogy of his football books.