Season 'Kick Off' Event 7 April 2013

Our kickoff event for season 2013. The Functions Room. 5.30pm to 9.30pm. $40 for dinner ($25 for 2013 players). Book via marcellinocfc@gmail.com

We will be announcing a very special charitbale link in conjunction with the College.

Our very special guests include: 

Emmanuel Kelly. He was a contestant on the 2011 season of The X Factor. He hasn't looked back since in pursuit of his carreer. He is a remarkable man with an incredible story to tell.

Moira Kelly is an Australian humanitarian worker. In 2001, she was awarded the Order of Australia in recognition of her humanitarian service to both the Australian and international communities. In 2012, Moira was named the Victorian of the Year. 

Moira is the mother of Iraqi born brothers Emmanuel and Ahmed. She brought them both to Australia for medical treatment and subsequently adopted them. Ahmed, a quadruple amputee and swimmer, represented Australia in the 50 metre breaststroke, 50 metre backstroke, 150 metre individual medley, and the 100 metre freestyle at the 2012 Summer Paralympics. In 2009, Ahmed and Emmanuel Kelly became Australian citizens.

Jack Swift is an Australian athletics competitor. He was selected to represent Australia at the 2012 Summer Paralympics in athletics in the 400m and 4x100m events. He attended Marcellin College and played football while at school.

In 2006 Jack lost the lower part of his right leg when he was twenty-one years old after an accident while at work. He was a finalist for the 2011 Victorian Cleo Bachelor of the Year. He has pursued a degree in exercise-science from Deakin University As of 2012 and works as a personal trainer




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