Dialog Box

The Cabal Club Grand Final Eve Luncheon

The AFL Ladies Grand Final Eve Luncheon, hosted by The Cabal Club, is taking place again this year on Friday 27 September in The Victory Room at Marvel Stadium.

Now attended by over 1,000 guests, this event is attended by passionate advocates for improving the health futures of Australian women. With all funds raised being donated to the OCRF’s innovative ovarian cancer research projects, it is an opportunity to support a cause that impacts every woman, everywhere.


In 1996, amidst the male-dominated world of AFL and VFL, a group of nine women created The Cabal Club. Cabal, meaning mystery and intrigue, was created to allow women involved in football an opportunity to get together and have fun. What began as a 50-strong  gathering of passionate women has evolved into a prominent yearly event, which acts as an opportunity for women to not only socialise, but also give back to a a charity that is shining a light on ovarian cancer. Because whether it is a mother, a daughter, a sister or a friend, too many of us have a connection to ovarian cancer.


Devastatingly, this disease claims another life every eight hours in Australia alone. With only vague symptoms and no test, it is the most lethal of all gynaecological cancers. Only through the support of fundraising events such as this can the OCRF continue to fund exciting research projects that are discovering the pathway to a test that will save women’s lives.


From midday sharp on Friday 27 September, guests are invited to the Victory Room, Marvel Stadium in Melbourne, for a sit-down luncheon and live auction. MC Clint Stanaway will lead proceedings, with entertainment from Sam Luderman Band.

The Official After Party will follow in the Victory Room.


Individual ticket prices are $165, with bookings for tables of 10 available. All funds raised will be directed to the OCRF’s research projects.

Reservations close 13 September.

Book early to avoid disappointment, as tables are allocated on receipt of payment.

Bookings can be made by calling 0412 560 226 or emailing suewallis18@gmail.com

14 August 2019
Category: News