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Tommy was awarded the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE) in 1981, he received an Australian Sporting Achievement medal in 2000, a Centenary Medal (commemorating the Federation of Australia) and was named Victorian Father of the year in 2003.

Tommy continues his involvement with AFL football, travelling widely to address clubs and take training sessions. He’s also involved in the after-dinner speaking circuit and as a motivational speaker to business and schools where he continues to inspire both adults and children with his zest for life and his recipe for success in sport and in life: Desire, Dedication, Determination and Discipline equal Destiny.

Tommy Hafey, you are indeed a legend!


Written by Bruce Smith, President of the Tommy Hafey Club with sincere thanks to the following people and sources who contributed to this foreword:

• Maureen Hafey
• Peter Hafey
• Ian Beard
• Col Hutchinson
• Michael Roberts
• Bill Meaklim
• Jim Main
• Col Scripps
• Ron Barassi
• Tommy’s players
• Hogan, P, “The Tigers of Old”. A Complete History Of Every Player To Represent The Richmond Football Club Between 1908 and 1996
• Hansen, B, “Tigerland” The History of the Richmond Football Club

All images courtesy of Roland Weeks.


The Tommy Hafey Club 2020 event program will be announce early in the New Year.

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