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Inductees - 2000

Bob Davis
Geelong football legend.
HSV7 World of Sport and Sportsworld panelist (1966-99), Radio 3GL and 3DB (1952-99).
Newspaper columnist 40 years.

Lloyd Brown
Sun News Pictorial photographer (1944-85).
A football and cricket specialist, he became pictorial editor before retirement.

Clive McKinnon
Photographer for The Age (1944-67) and Sun (1968-90).
Covered 1956 Olympics,
40 VFL/AFL grand finals and 42 MCG test matches.

Bruce Howard
Football and cricket photographer (1955-92) for The Herald, Sunday Press and Herald Sun.
Covered 1956 Olympics.
Author.

Terry Phelan
Sun cricket-football photographer (1958-88).
Later a regular contributor to Sunday Herald Sun and sports magazines.

Bruce Postle
From Brisbane's Courier Mail (1954-68), joined The Age, covering football and cricket at MCG for 30 years.

Ray Kennedy
Photographer with The Age from 1976.
Cricket and football multi-award winner covering more than 20 MCG grand finals and test matches.

Greg Baum
Made debut as sports writer with The Sun (1978), later alternating with the Age as cricket and football feature writer.

Drew Morphett
TV football host and commentator.
ABC radio at Sydney(1966) and Perth, then Melbourne (1977).
HSV7 since 1988.

Geoff Poulter
Football writer for Inside Football (1973), Truth, Sporting Globe, Herald and Herald Sun.
Cricket contributor.

Bruce Matthews
Football writer for the Sporting Globe (1966-68), The Herald and Herald Sun from 1972.

John Lamb
Specialist football photographer for 25 of 40 years at The Age until 1998.
Covered MCG cricket.

Harry Beitzel
Football broadcaster 3KZ (1961-71), 3AW (1972-88), 3AK (1989-91).
ABC television panellist (1961-71).
Editor Footy Week (1965-71).

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