Cameron Bruce added to impressive line-up

Melbourne’s Cameron Bruce is the latest addition to the panel for next Wednesday’s Hampton Rovers Sportsman’s Night which also includes Nathan Burke, Russell Greene and Neil Roberts. Hosted by Michael Roberts and entertainment by The Music Men.

Tickets are just $20 and are currently on sale for one of the biggest Hampton Rovers functions of the year. The evening will open with The Music Men at 7pm, followed by the first panel, then The Music Men playing in the interval with the second panel following that. Included in the cost for the night is finger food with drinks available at bar prices.

Tickets are available through the club Tuesday’s & Thursday’s from 6pm and this Saturday at the Seniors home game from the Bar. Tickets can also be purchased online – Click Here.



Recruited to Melbourne Football Club in 1999 from MHSOB (VAFA), Cameron Bruce made his debut for the Demons in Round 1 of the 2000 season at the age of 20. Bruce has played over 200 games and kicked over 200 goals for the club and continues to be a vital player in the team. He has twice finished runner up Best & Fairest at Melbourne, played in the International Rules Series in 2000 and was a Rising Star Nominee in 2000.

Nathan Burke played 323 games for the St Kilda Football Club between 1987 and 2003, a club record at the time of his retirement, broken by Rob Harvey in 2006. Burke won three Best & Fairest for the Saints in 1993, 1996 & 1999. He was appointed St Kilda’s co-captain with Stewart Loewe in 1996 and the pair led the side in the 1997 Grand Final. He captained the club in his own right in 1999 and 2000.

Russell Greene made his VFL debut at the age of just 16 with St Kilda in 1974 where he played 120 games for the club before moving to Hawthorn in 1980, playing 184 games over 9 years and winning three premierships. He’s a member of the prestigious 300 game club, won the 1984 Hawthorn Best & Fairest and was an All-Australian in 1985.

Neil Roberts debuted for the St Kilda Football Club in 1952 and played 169 games over 11 seasons. Neil won the Brownlow Medal in 1958, the St Kilda Best & Fairest in 1955 and 1958, captained the club between 1959 and 1962, represented Victoria on 11 occasions and was an All-Australian in 1958.

*Note: Fraser Gehrig has had to withdraw due to double-booking. News on a replacement will be accounced shortly.


Michael made his debut with St Kilda in 1978 and played 77 games before moving to Richmond for one season in 1986, followed by a short stint at Fitzroy. More recently, Michael Roberts has become a respected football commentator and reporter on Channel Nine, working on Nine’s AFL telecasts, the Footy Show and National Nine News.


The famous Music Men have been performing for over 18 years at various functions, sporting events and on shows such as The Footy Show.

Catch all these big names live at the Rovers on Wednesday 12th August from 7pm. Tickets now available. Click Here for details.

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