August 2, 2022 1:00pm - August 2, 2022 2:00pm
Please join Carroll & O’Dea Lawyers us for this very special Q&A Webinar event with
Bulldogs’ Legends Terry Lamb and Hazem El Masri and Bulldogs’
CEO Aaron Warburton.
Terry and Hazem have had stellar playing careers with the Bulldogs and
been at the centre of some of the Club’s most historic moments and wins.
Terry ‘Baa’ Lamb
Terry played his entire junior league career with Chester Hill staying loyal to his
mates even though they never won a premiership. 262 1st grade games for the Dogs
amassing 1279 points. Won 5/8 of the year 7 times and the 1984 Rothmans Medal.
Played in 4 premiership winning teams, the last as Captain in 1995. Terry was named
in ‘CB 70 years anniversary team’, represented Sydney, NSW and Australia and is a
member of the CB Hall of fame.
Hazem El Masri
Unpredictable try-scoring winger, and a phenomenally consistent goal-kicker, has
become a role model for a new generation of rugby league fans. The Bulldogs’ ‘
Rookie of the Year’ in 1997. ‘El Magic’, as he is known played in both the centres
as well as filling in at fullback during the 2000 season. El Masri was the leading
point-scorer in consecutive seasons (2002-04) his 324pts (16t and a record 139g)
in the Bulldogs’ premiership-winning 2004 season remains an individual points record
that may never be bettered. However his value as a try-scorer (none better than the
try to give the Bulldogs the lead in the 2004 grand final against the Roosters).
Aaron Warburton is the Chief Executive of the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs, one of the
most storied NRL clubs in the country. With a rich history that has included 8 Premierships
and a diverse supporter base that is seen as one of the most passionate in the game, the
club is one of the powerhouses of the National Rugby League. Aaron, served as the
Bulldogs’ Head of Commercial Partnerships between 2010-17, when he was responsible
for the highest revenue growth in the Club’s history, including playing a leading role in
helping the Bulldogs to achieve outstanding results in the areas of membership and
community relationships. He went on to found his own sports sponsorship company and,
with the backing of Qantas, was a co-founder of a fan-engagement company called Fan
Plus. Aaron, has an MBA in Business Administration and is a Senior Lecturer at the
International College of Management in Sydney.
This panel event will be a ‘not to be missed’ opportunity to ask your question and share
in the stories and moments that have made them both legends of the NRL.
For more information contact MarketingGroup@codea.com.au.