The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - - INSIDER -


MORE than $200 000 was raised for Syd­ney Chil­dren’s Hos­pi­tal Foun­da­tion at Pub­lic House’s an­nual rugby lunch on Thurs­day.

An ini­tia­tive cre­ated by Mitchell Waugh of the Pub­lic House Man­age­ment Group, the event was held at Bistro Moncur and em­ceed by Fox Sports host Sean Maloney.

Guests, in­clud­ing Wal­laby Dean Mumm, chef Guil­laume Brahimi and TV host Tony Squires, en­joyed a three-course meal which in­cluded Barossa chicken liver pate, salmon mar­i­nated in sau­vi­gnon blanc, and grilled sir­loin, while lux­ury items such as watches, scotch and week­ends at Palm Beach were auc­tioned.

“Pub­lic House is com­mit­ted to sup­port­ing the com­mu­ni­ties in which our ho­tels op­er­ate and I’m de­lighted that our an­nual Rugby Lunch has once again raised much needed funds for The Syd­ney Chil­dren’s Hos­pi­tal, Rand­wick Pal­lia­tive Care Unit,” Waugh said. KAR­LIE RUTHERFORD

Har­riet and Mitchell Waugh. Guil­laume Brahimi and Benn Robin­son.

Mikey Rob­bins and Tony Squires.

Luke Rick­et­son.

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