Join us for our first Victorian Chamber AFLW Grand Final Lunch on Thursday 28 March at Marvel Stadium. Just days before their Grand Final, AFLW stars Katie Brennan, Tayla Harris and Abbey Holmes will join Seven Network AFLW commentator Nigel Carmody for a lively discussion about the challenges and highlights of their careers and the AFL women’s league.
Entertain your clients and staff over canapés, a two-course premium lunch and beverages while hearing from three of the league's most accomplished players.
Following the lunch and panel discussion, continue your networking from 3 – 4pm at our post-lunch networking drinks in the Victory Room bar.
Thinking of bringing your team or entertaining clients? Purchase a table of ten for $2,400 for members or $2,900 for non-members. To book a table of ten contact us on 03 8662 5333.
Katie Brennan was signed as a marquee player for the Western Bulldogs ahead of the inaugural AFL Women's season in 2016. Katie captained the inaugural side and is still the current captain. Brennan, has been plagued with injury over the past two seasons and is set to explode in season 2019. Brennan, owns her own performance gym, kb.performance. The kb.performance vision is to empower, educate and inspire women to lead a healthy, active and authentic life. kb.performance are a female focused holistic, functional high-performance facility specializing in Movement, Mindset, Nutrition and Recovery for the elite to everyday athletes.
Tayla Harris played in the inaugural AFLW season with the Brisbane Lions as a marquee player. Harris opted to request a trade at the inaugural seasons end to the Carlton Football Club. Harris received All Australian honors two years in a row, as well as winning Mark of the Year in season 2018. Harris’ sporting ability doesn’t stop with football, she has not only become a face of Nike worldwide, but the acclaimed female boxer is making a name for herself with an undefeated record so far. Harris' will compete for the Australian middleweight title in 2019 post the AFLW season and her commitments with the Carlton Football Club.
Abbey Holmes is a household name in the AFLW and is increasingly becoming a key figure in the AFL media. Having now accomplished the highest achievement in the AFLW, Holmes is beginning to establish herself as a household name in the AFL world as she covers the sport at both VFL and AFL level with Channel 7. Abbey is also a regular panelist on the Marngrook Football Show where she provides commentary and in-depth analysis on the game as it stands. Her extensive football career, in conjunction with her highly influential and confident personality, makes her a very favourable figure when reporting. Abbey is also soon to be host of her own show, Living the Dream with Abbey Holmes.
Nigel Carmody is an emerging AFL sports reporter who has established himself within the AFL/VFL landscape. Nigel is a key personality in Channel 7’s coverage of the VFL where he commentates on the game with great clarity and insight.
Before embarking on his media career, Nigel was a stalwart in the VFL. After joining the Casey Demons in 1998, Nigel played a total of 159 VFL games before retiring at the end of the 2008 season. Carmody was renowned for his leadership in defence as well as exercising a relentless work ethic. He was twice runner-up in Casey’s Gardner-Clark Medal whilst earning himself captaincy of the club in 2007. Nigel then spent his last season at Collingwood where he played 17 games for the season before retiring.
In conjunction with his VFL career, Nigel has worked as a player-manager for TLA, previously ESP, since 2003. During his last two years in the system, Nigel illustrated his media talent in the hosting of the VFL’s own online panel show, V TV. Following his retirement, Nigel has flourished in his work with SEN1116 as a commentator, ABC Broadcasting and now his most renowned role as a Channel 7 commentator of both AFLW and the VFL. During the 2018 AFL season, Nigel called his first AFL game in Round 16 between Essendon and Collingwood.