Supporting the Sport of Cricket at Geelong Grammar School

A group of Old Geelong Grammarians founded The Tunbridge Club to foster and support the game of cricket at Geelong Grammar School. The Club has the backing of the School Council, the Principal and the Committee of the Old Geelong Grammarians and it is hoped that you will show your interest by becoming a Life Member.

In deciding on the name, it seemed most appropriate that we chose that of an Old Boy, Vic Tunbridge, who not only succeeded in the game whilst at School, but over very many years was instrumental in fostering the game as master in charge of cricket and coach of the 1st XI. We were delighted when Vic allowed his name to be given to the Club.

Your support, no matter what your particular sporting prowess, is earnestly sought. Parents and other family members (male and female) are welcome and encouraged to make application for membership.


President: Hugo Bienvenu (A'15)
Treasurer: Justin O'Brien    
Secretary: David Oman (P'66) 

Immediate Past President: Rob Bienvenu


For further information about the Tunbridge Club activities, please contact Iga Bajer, Support Group & Event Coordinator, ph: (03) 5227 6285; email:


Membership to the Tunbridge Club is open to all Parents, Old Geelong Grammarians and supporters of cricket at Geelong Grammar.

Individual life membership of the Club is by a one-off subscription and comes with Club tie or cap.



May 2019