JOSE Mourinho’s latest weapon against match officials is sarcasm, using it to great effect after Chelsea’s shock loss to Sunderland.

    HAD Dylan Tombides’ life continued on its intended path, he would be the young player Socceroos fans would be salivating over on the way to Brazil.

    RETIRED Socceroos keeper Mark Schwarzer became Chelsea's oldest ever Premier League player, but the milestone match didn’t exactly go to plan.

    OWEN Wright’s love/hate relationship with Bells Beach has continued, but this time the Aussie surfer left the water elated and in pain.

    AUSTRALIAN driver Mark Webber will start from sixth place on the grid in his first full race since retiring from Formula One last year.

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    Members' Dinner

    William McInnesThis year's Members' Dinner will again be a hallmark on the club's functions calendar.

    Acclaimed Australian film and television actor and writer, William McInnes, will propose the toast to cricket.

    Best known for his roles in Blue Heelers and SeaChange, McInnes is an avid cricket fan and his take on the game will be fascinating and insightful.

    The response to McInnes' toast will be delivered by prominent sports broadcaster Tim Lane.

    Date: Friday, December 13, 2013
    Time: 6:45 pm for 7:30 pm
    Location: Members Dining Room
    Dress: Strictly black-tie
    Cost: $125.00 members

    Sorry, Bookings are now closed for this function.