BGS v Wesley this Sat 11:00am start, Brighton Beach Oval

We have been able to confirm the use of Old Brighton Grammarians ground at South Rd for our match v Wesley. The game will be an 11am start. We will still hold a ½ time and post-game gathering at the ground and hope to have as many of the boys remain at the game once completed to watch the U/19’s play. As many of you will be aware, this is a great forum for our boys to continue to be involved in sport and our community so strongly encourage this pathway.

Welcome to Brighton Grammar School's

Dalziel Club

Friends of BGS Football

This is a club for all Mums, Dads and Friends of BGS football. All are welcome to join our great club and become a life member.

The Dalziel Club, named after the Great Danny Dalziel was established in 2007 by parent and old boy Richard Simon. The club celebrates all teams from grades five to twelve, hosting great events for the junior and middle school boys as well as donating the training tops to all footballers.

Are you part of the story?

Join the Club.

 

Membership to the Dalziel Club is open to all current and past parents of BGS footballers, past BGS footballers and other Old Boys, and all other supporters of BGS football. The objectives of the Dalziel Club include:

  • To assist the School to meet their football development objectives.
  • To support Staff members to enrich and extend the football program.
  • To assist through fundraising activities
  • To facilitate social interaction between parents of footballers through activities and events.
  • To assist to raise the profile and standard of football at the school

All members of the Dalziel Club receive a complimentary supporter scarf (One per membership), newsletters and other communications about BGS football and receive priority entitlement to attend Dalziel Club functions and events. The one-off membership fee buys you membership for life.

Kick a goal for BGS football by joining the Dalziel Club today!

 
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Danny Dalziel's contribution to football at Brighton Grammar School is truly historic and unique. He will be forever remembered as the man who coached us to victory in the Grand Final in 1975, the first APS football premiership won by the school.

Following 20 years of service with the Royal Australian Navy, Danny began his career at Brighton Grammar School in 1966 as a physical education teacher. In 1971, his natural aptitude and passion for football led to his appointment as Master in Charge of Football and coach of the first XVIII football team, a position he held for 12 years. 

Danny's knowledge and tactical skills left an indelible impression on the many boys who felt privileged to play under his tutelage. Danny retired in 1992 after 27 years of service, sadly passing away in 2005.

In 2007, a Friends of Football Group was formed and changed its name to the 'Dalziel Club'. It is a fitting tribute to Danny, his wife, Joan, and their two daughters, Sharon and Julie. The name of the club recognises Danny's commitment to BGS football and the tremendous achievement of securing the School's inaugural APS Football Premiership 1975.