Club Managers' Association Australia

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Full name Club Managers' Association Australia
Founded 1964
Members 2500
Affiliation ACTU
Key people William Clegg, president
Allan Peter, federal secretary
Office location Auburn, New South Wales
Country Australia

The Club Managers' Association Australia (CMAA) is a trade union in Australia. It represents approximately 2800 professional managers of clubs. It was founded in 1964 as the Club Managers' Association, and then changed its name in 1967 to the Secretaries' and Managers' Association of Australia and adopted its current name in 1993.[1]

The CMAA is affiliated with the Australian Council of Trade Unions.

With the Leagues Club Association of New South Wales it produced in 1998 a joint submission to the Productivity Commission on Australia's gambling industries.[2]

Former rugby league representative players Latchem Robinson and Snowy Justice were, as Leagues Club Secretary-Managers instrumental in the establishment of the Association in Sydney in 1964.


External links[edit]

  • CMAA official site.