Australian boxing world champion Danny Green is one of the highest profile athletes in the country. His laconic, affable laid back nature outside the ring belies his fierce and intense demeanour inside the ropes, his devastating power and aggressive instincts have earned him the well known moniker ‘The Green Machine’. Available for Keynote speaking, Appearances and Ambassadorships.
Sport Personalities for hire
Matthew Lloyd is a former professional Australian rules footballer, who played a total of 270 games for the Essendon Football Club, kicking an amazing 926 goals in total. Matthew Lloyd is recognised as one of the greatest forwards of all time, placing 8th in the all-time leading goal-kicker’s list. Matthew Lloyd’s experience in the media world and his public speaking experience over the last 20 years, makes him a confident and experienced speaker perfect for your next event.
Luke Hodge is a respected AFL player who is also making moves as a prominent keynote speaker. Leading by example and regarded as one of the AFL’s toughest players physically and mentally Luke became one of Hawthorn’s all time great captains in 2015 by captaining the Hawks to their third straight premiership.
Basketball superstar Andrew Gaze has been making a name for himself in the world of sports since the mid-80s, and now works as a commentator and public speaker. He is professional, witty, and known for spending just as much time mingling with guests as he does on the podium. Proud of his country as well as his career, his life stories and insights into the world of professional sports and public policies are a fantastic addition to events.
Josh Kennedy is a former professional Australian football player, who played for the West Coast Eagles. Kennedy is highly regarded for his talent on the field and is considered to be amongst the best forwards of the modern generation.
With a football career spanning almost 25 years, Matthew ‘Richo’ Richardson is one of the most humble members of the AFL community. A legend of the game, Matthew Richardson is regarded as one of Richmond’s greatest ever players. He is known for his passion, work ethic, courage, and goal kicking & marking prowess. Post-retirement, his ability to engage, entertain and inspire enabled him to make a successful transition into the media world.
Brian Taylor ‘BT’ is one of the AFL’s most loved and respected commentators. He is best known for his passion as a player, entertaining commentary style and commitment to the game at all levels. Brian is currently a lead commentator for the Seven Network and Triple M. Brian has been voted the most popular AFL commentator on multiple occasions.
John ‘Woosha’ Worsfold is probably best known as the senior coach of the West Coast Eagles, a role he held from 2002 until he retired at the end of 2013. At the end of the 2012 season, he had overtaken Mick Malthouse as the team’s longest serving coach. John is now an entertaining motivational speaker who talks about team work, team building and achieving and maintaining goals. Using anecdotes to entertain and educate his audiences, his goal is to effect cultural and behavioural change within an organisation.
Jason Akermanis is a former AFL player, widely regarded as an AFL legend with a Brownlow Medal and three premiership games under his belt. Jason has played for the Brisbane Bears, Brisbane Lions and Western Bulldogs; and is now a highly sought after professional keynote speaker.
Anthony “Kouta” Koutoufides is a former award winning AFL player and a Carlton Football Club legend, playing over 270 games for the club. Anthony was often referred to as the ‘Prototype of the Modern Footballer’ as he was notably athletic and versatile, allowing him to play almost every position throughout his career.
Mark Readings is one of the state’s most respected journalists, presenters, and MC’s, having spent 33 years in the media industry. Mark worked with Channel 9 for 23 years, covering and commentating a range of sports ,including AFL and cricket ,along with working at two Olympic Games and two Commonwealth Games.
Eddie Betts played 350 games of professional Australian Rules football in a career that lasted 17-years across two clubs – Carlton & Adelaide. Eddie is passionate about working with organisations to create culturally safe spaces for Mob to live, work and learn, while making opportunities for Aboriginal youth to thrive in education and sport.