Supporting the Sport of Cricket at Geelong Grammar School

The Tunbridge Club was founded in 1974 and aims to foster and support the game of cricket at Geelong Grammar School.

The Club is named after Villers (Vic) John Howard Tunbridge (M’24), 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.

Parents and other family members (male and female) are welcome and encouraged to make application for membership.



Past Presidents: Hugo Bienvenue (A'15) (2017), Rob Bienvenu (2014-16), Peter Walsh (2012-14), Tracey Macmillan (2010-12), ... Owen Moore (Inaugural President (15 Feb 1974))


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


November 2019


The Tunbridge Club offers life membership to individuals and families whose children play cricket during their time at GGS, but also to Old Geelong Grammarians and supporters of cricket at the school. Family membership comes with Club tie AND cap. Individual membership comes either with a tie OR cap.

Follow this link to Join the Tunbridge Club Membership online


Through the School’s fundraising partnership with the Australian Sports Foundation (ASF), donations to the Tunbridge Club are tax deductible.
The Club does need funds to continue to provide equipment, improved coaching facilities, provide barbecues at match day, social functions for our parents and supporters, and trophies/badges for our players. This can only occur with your donations and we are grateful for any help you may be able to provide.

So please show your support for Cricket at Geelong Grammar by donating today!
Follow this link: 
and remember that every dollar you donate via the ASF is tax deductible.