The Ashes – 100 Days To Go

The Ashes – 100 Days To Go

With only 100 days to go to the Ashes, now’s the time to start thinking about planning an event with an Ashes legend from our amazing line up of cricket talent. Whether its corporate engagements, club functions, or intimate events where clients get an unforgettable, unique experience to meet and interact with their hero’s. ISG’s list this year includes some

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Kids Cancer Project – Owen Finegan’s Secret Success

Kids Cancer Project – Owen Finegan’s Secret Success

Former Wallaby, ACT Brumbies and Randwick player Owen Finegan (Melon to his friends) has been described as an icon of Australian sport and “One of the true characters of the game” A practical joker and niggler, Owen was a dedicated and passionate leader and game-breaker. His dry humour is matched only by his burly good

Have we got news for you

Have we got news for you

Due to a change in Sir Ian Botham’s schedule, ISG are very pleased to be able to exclusively offer Sir Ian Botham throughout the Australian and New Zealand summers. He will be available from November all the way through to April 2018. With this summer being an ‘Ashes Series’ in Australia, what could top getting

Mark Bosnich

Mark Bosnich

  Mark Bosnich is arguably one of the finest footballers Australia ever produced. The former Manchester United, Chelsea and Aston Villa goalkeeper is a legend of Australian football. Mark is an iconic Australian sportsman and commentator on Fox Sports coverage of the A-League and the Socceroo’s, and his week in review show Bill and Boz. His

‘Had a good year?’ or ‘What next?’ 

‘Had a good year?’ or ‘What next?’ 

As we approach the end of the financial year (EOFY) ‘Had a good year?’ is probably the most over used question for anyone involved in business. In the current climate, at ISG, we thought a better question to be asking is ‘what next’.  And who better to answer than Paul Murray who is one of the most

‘Old School’ Rugby League

‘Old School’ Rugby League

Rugby League has been blessed with some of the biggest personalities in Australian Sport. I love this article from The Roar on bringing back some of the ‘old school’ ways of playing the game. Everybody has a club, and everyone has their favourite son. At ISG we’ll let you decide who you’d like to speak

The ISG AFL GOAT’s are ready to talk…………

The ISG AFL GOAT’s are ready to talk…………

The ISG AFL GOAT’s are ready to talk………… The greatest of all time (GOAT) probably creates more differences of opinion than any other conversation about footy in lounge rooms and bars throughout Australia. Everybody has a club, and everyone has a favourite son. At ISG we’ll let you decide who you’d like to speak at

How good were you back in the day?

How good were you back in the day?

A standard ex Rugby player’s response to the question ‘Well, how good were you back in the day?’ Obviously, for everyone who’s ever played the game it’s a no brainer ‘I was alright… (modestly downplaying your ability), if it hadn’t been for {insert reason} I should have played for the Wallabies/All Blacks/England/Ireland/Scotland/Wales and if it

Heroes and Villains of the Ashes

Heroes and Villains of the Ashes

In the history of cricket there has never been a contest between two nations that’s created more heroes and villains than the Ashes. In recent times Stuart Broad has kept the journalists busy and the crowds baying for blood when the ‘old foe’ comes to town. Who will it be this year? Joe Root, Broad

Pato in Lycra

Pato in Lycra

When our director Simon Paterson (Pato) announced that he was doing a charity ‘bike ride’ everyone at ISG had nightmares involving mental images of him squeezing into a pair of lycra shorts, and marvelled at the engineering effort involved in making a bike that could cope with the stress of supporting his ‘fuller figured’ frame (The