Gentlemen gather to raise the stakes

Muggsy Russell, Cameron 'Slogger' Solarch and Peter Waite. 162526

MORE than 220 people packed out the Flying Brick Cider House for the annual Gentleman of Geelong lunch.
Just over $50,000 was raised for Movember and men’s health.
Guests were treated to talks from Filthy Rat author Simon Illingworth and The Age columnist Cameron Anson.
The event is in its 13th year and was the brainchild of David and Lyndsay Sharp (directors of Jack Rabbit, Flying Brick, Curlewis Golf Club).
David’s best friend took his life in regional NSW 14 years ago and that was the motivation for starting the lunch.