The Blurb of "The Outside Looking In".

Mark Tenny has been a volunteer and at times has had Match Day off-field St.Kilda Football Club roles from 1997 to 2016. A life long supporter of the Saints, Mark's stories include  his role that resulted in the apology from the AFL and St.Kilda Football Club to Robert Muir. It also includes his observations, some first hand, and insights of the Malcolm Blight sacking.


From "The Outside Looking In" also provides many insights and often humorous anecdotes about his encounters with Nick Riewoldt, the night Stan Alves stole the show, Grant Thomas and with many other Saints players and coaches. The Saints greatest ever team of all time through the data of the Brownlow Medal results since 1924, from every player that has ever played for the Saints. Mark also has historically researched the greatest St.Kilda Team that took the field from 1897 to 1964, which is a great story in itself where four St.Kilda players from the 1913 Saints Grand Final team were named AFL Legends or Hall of Famers. 

 

A great record of a very successful Saints era, intertwined with Mark's personal stories. 

Chapter 1. The Moorabbin Early Days

Chapter 2. 1970's - Stars of the Show.

Chapter 3. How I helped with the AFL’s apology to St.Kilda's Robert Muir. 

Chapter 4. The Greatest Saints

Chapter 5 – Rooey, Harves or Baldock? - The Greatest Saint

Chapter 6 – Saints come to Adelaide

Chapter 7. 1991 Finals Story. Hard luck on and off the field.

Chapter 8. The Justin Peckett Story.

Chapter 9. 1996, A premiership at last

Chapter 10. Stan Alves Stole The Show

Chapter 11. The Day Before Game Day

Chapter 12. I've made the team. 

Chapter 13. Greatest Saints Coach

Chapter 14. Malcolm Blight

Chapter 15. St.Kilda's most successful team between 1897 and 1964.

Chapter 16. How to buy an AFL Grand Final ticket.

Chapter 17. After the game.