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Thank you for organising Glen to speak at our recent awards. We found his speech very entertaining, but with a great underlying message that was perfect for our audience which ranged from schools aged kids to the elderly.
The feedback that we received was very positive and I wouldn't hesitate to recommended him for other similar functions.
Brent Markwick

Recently we finished up the year with our senior prize giving. The evening was a great success with a good turn out. We had the pleasure of getting Glen Osborne to be the guest speaker. Glen was captivating to say the least for all age groups, his humour was fantastic and he was a joy to listen too. He was courteous with all guests and maintained a professional manner at all times. I would definitely recommend getting Glen as a speaker and would have no hesitation in getting him back for future functions.
Shane Goldsmith

Glen did a great job, and was a huge hit with our audience. His role played an important part of making our first national event a success.
Kate Cooney

Glen immediately connected with the target audience with his down to earth personality and Kiwi humour. In my 14 years of working at the Refinery I cannot remember seeing as many happy faces.... and every comment we have recieved from Glens presentation has been positive in the extreme!
Blair Stevenson

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Glen Osborne, better known as Ozzy, is one of New Zealand’s most humorous sporting heroes.

Born and bred in the back blocks of the Wanganui District, he has grown up understanding that to achieve anything you had to work. Glen used these strengths, learnt as a young country lad, to succeed in the rugby world.

Glen really came of age when selected for the NZ 7’s team, making a huge impact and gaining player of the tournament in nearly every competition played.
He played his first game for the All Blacks in 1995 gaining 29 games with 19 tests. As an All Black he quickly became popular off and on the field.
His rugby still allowed him to be selected for every team in the Black jersey, from NZ Maoris, NZ 7’s, NZ Colts, NZ Divisional, NZ Academy, NZ A, to the ultimate, the All Blacks
Just returning from 4 years in Japan, Glen was quickly snapped up by Maori TV, identifying his talent as a TV Sport Presenter.
Glen also became one of North Harbour's Rugby adopted sons, and was an intricate part of the brown brother’s legacy.

Now retired, Glen spends most of his time boosting sport on the TV screen, and indeed a very humorous, down-to-earth country boy and entertainer.