AFL SOUTH EAST COMMISSIONERS
Chairman – Roger Hampson
Recently stepping down from his position as Chairman of the South East Juniors, Roger brings a wealth of senior executive experience to the South East Commission. Roger held positions as Chief Executive Officer of the Essendon Football Club (1988-1996), Tasmanian Football League (1996-1998), the Melbourne Tigers (1998-1999) and the Victorian Canine Association. His tenure within these positions have often been through particularly turbulent times in sports administration and he is currently a teacher at St Peter’s College in Cranbourne.
Roger was appointed Chairman of the AFL Victoria DDJFL Working Party in 2009, overseeing the transition into what is now the South East Juniors. He remained Chair of the league following on from that complex transition – a transition that now sees the league as one of the most respected, professionally managed community sporting organisations.
Molina was appointed to the commission in February 2017. Molina has a background in law working for the Victorian Government Solicitor’s Office. Along with her business life, Molina has a strong passion for sport which led her to being Founder and Executive Director of Multicultural Women in Sport.
Doug Bailey – SEJ Commissioner
Doug Bailey is a lifelong learner and educator who has worked within the independent education sector for over twenty years, working in schools in South Australia, Victoria, and Tasmania.
Commencing his career as a Science and Physical Education teacher, Doug has held numerous leadership positions such as Head of School, Vice Principal and Principal. In 2017 Doug was appointed to the position of Head of Middle School Haileybury College Castlefield.
A keen footballer in his younger days Doug played Amateur Football, representing Victoria on numerous occasions, before being drafted to St Kilda where he played for two seasons, representing the Saints on 11 occasions. In the twilight of his sporting career Doug played in the SANFL with Woodville West Torrens, where he played for 5 years, proudly losing his position in the senior side to a 17-year-old lad by the name of Matthew Pavlich.
Relocating to regional Victoria for teaching opportunities, Doug played for one season in the Central Highlands League before succumbing to injury and retiring. Remaining involved in football Doug has coached, organised, supported and assisted, contributing to many of the vital volunteer roles within clubs.
Fraser Bayne – FDJFL Commissioner
For the past 10 years Fraser has served on the Mount Eliza Junior Football Committee (MEJFC) including five years as Vice-President and two Years as President. MEJFC has grown to now be arguably one of the largest Junior Football Clubs in Australia (over 750 player including 7 all girls teams) and is widely known as an innovator in junior sport with sound governance and fiscal management.
During his time at MEJFC, Fraser held the position of Club delegate on the FDJFL for four years. He was a key driver in the financial overhaul of the League resulting in reduced fees for Clubs and the strategic move for the League to align with AFL South East.
With a Bachelor of Business in Sport Management, professionally Fraser has a strong background in business management developed through his role as Chief Executive Officer of the Mornington Racing Club, where he oversaw the merger with the Melbourne Racing Club and most recently as Director of O’Brien Real Estate Mornington.
Fraser’s extensive understanding of grassroots football and commerce positions him well to assist the FDJFL and AFLSE move positively forward.
A Senior Research Officer for the Office of Liquor, Gaming and Racing, Scott’s detailed project management experience is an invaluable resource to the South East Commission.
A Life Member of the FDJFL Umpires Association, Scott was twice awarded the Umpire of the Year title and has extensive experience of umpiring at all levels.
Scott also has a lengthy and detailed history of involvement in Basketball, including stints as a player, referee, volunteer and media commentator. As a freelance writer and commentator, Scott has provided content, stories and commentary for Pro Basketball Today, Mornington Life Magazine, Holiday Magazine, Fairfax Media, Divelog Magazine, Real Estate Weekly, Weekly Review and Channel 7 News Melbourne.
As a Project Manager for Building and Open Space Projects, Russell has been involved with local government for over 40 years. He has also had a long history of involvement in football on the Peninsula. Russell was Nepean FL Secretary from 1984-86, MPNFL Secretary from 1987-89 and an MPNFL Director from 1996-2007.
Russell has served on the MPNFL Independent Tribunal from 2008-12 and was Chair of the MPNFL History Committee from 2002 to 2013. He is a Life Member of the MPNFL. Russell brings a wealth of local football knowledge and history to the South East Commission. He resides in Mt Martha.
Anita was appointed to the commission in February 2017.
Anita’s extensive background and knowledge of over 14 years in the communications field will enhance the commission diverse set of skills and strategic thinking.
Paul was appointed to the Commission in July 2014 following the resignation of Ken Jungwirth. Paul played 264 senior games for Frankston YCW between 1989 and 2001 including 5 premierships (2 as captain).
Paul was awarded the MPNFL’s Best and Fairest Player in 1991 and 1997 and was Frankston YCW’s Best and Fairest in 1990 and 1999. Paul represented the MPNFL on 8 occasions and was also named in the Frankston YCW Team of the Half Century and MPNFL Team of the Century.
Ted is a CPA public practitioner and registered tax agent with over 20 years of experience in providing invaluable advice to SME’s, Individuals and Superannuation Funds.
Passionate about supporting his clients through all of their taxation and accounting needs, he takes pride in the impact he has been able to have on the continued success of their businesses.
A massive sports lover, Ted is a former President of Edithvale-Aspendale Sporting Club in the MPNFL. Ted is also an avid follower of the Kangaroos in the AFL. Cricket and horse racing are Ted’s other sporting passions. Ted, his wife Brooke and their two boys are long-time bayside residents.
Peter Wakeling – MPNFL Commissioner
Peter worked for over 30 years as a Senior Manager of Operational Risk Management in the Finance and Banking sector, with particular interest in fraud control and workers compensation. He completed six years as an Investigator with the Victorian Workcover Authority.
Peter played football in the VAFA and Federal League and was a member of premiership sides in both competitions. He also played in cricket premiership sides in the Federal District Cricket Association and City of Moorabbin Cricket Association.
Peter has over 25 years’ experience in Sporting Club administration in both Football and Cricket.