Our Ambassadors

Glenn Archer

Throughout his career AFL Legend Glenn Archer proved time and time again his unrelenting power and passion for his club, his teammates and the Kangaroos fans. It was fitting that the shinboner of the Century ended his career playing finals and holder of the Club Games Record. Glenn Archer underlined his greatness off the field every time he put on the blue and white stripes, but his legend grew larger through his unselfish, caring deeds off the field. The man is affectionately known as ‘Arch’, one of the greatest footballers of our time. Glenn is the father of a heart child.

Rhonda Burchmore

From television to the big screen, musical theatre to opera, cabaret to the stage, there are few entertainment mediums that multi award winning Rhonda Burchmore has not embraced with her wide ranging talents, including performing for Bill Clinton, singing the anthem at the Formula 1 Grand Prix, The Emirates Melbourne Cup and was Australia’s entertainment ambassador at the 2004 Paralympic Games in Athens.

Athol Guy

Athol is a familiar face in the Australian entertainment scene via his Foundation and International success of the legendary band The Seekers. Being the only group inducted into Australia’s ‘100 Entertainers of the Century’, they remain unique in the country’s affections.

David Hobson

Australian tenor and composer David Hobson is one of Australia’s best known operatic performers. David was also mentor to model and TV host Erika Heynatz, as well as Julie Morries on It Takes two and winning with each of them.

Chris Johnson

Chris is a former professional Australian Rules footballer whose career highlights include three premierships with Brisbane, All-Australian selection, captain of the Australian International Rules team and inclusion in the Indigenous Team of the Century.

Chris was one of eight players to transfer to Brisbane when Fitzroy’s AFL operations were taken over by the Brisbane Bears to form the Brisbane Lions and became the last Fitzroy Lion to play in the AFL.

After retiring from playing professionally, Chris started coaching and in 2011 was appointed the Australian Institute of Sport /AFL Level One Academy Coach.

Robbie Kearns

Robbie Kearns has been the heart and soul of the Melbourne Storm since its inception into the National Rugby League competition in 1998. Kearns was considered to be Mr Consistent during his playing days with the storm. Retiring from the game in 2005 Robbie has not been lost to the club altogether. Robbie remains with Melbourne Storm as the Club Ambassador and continues with the Storm in a coaching and promotional capacity.

Victoria & Tasmania