Ten Bag Press is owned and operated by Adam McNicol. Adam is a Ballarat-based journalist and author. He has written a number of books, including The Danihers, the authorised biography of the four brothers who played for Essendon, and Manangatang, which was the first book published by Ten Bag Press. He also co-wrote All Bets Are Off, the autobiography of former Melbourne player and reformed gambler David Schwarz, In My Own Words, the autobiography of former Carlton and Brisbane Lions star Brendan Fevola, Life and Football, the autobiography of Brisbane Lions champion Jonathan Brown, Just Like Family: A history of Victoria's Rural Finance Corporation and For Mutual Good: The story of CUA. Along with writing books and running Ten Bag Press, Adam is the senior writer on the Geelong Football Club's website, geelongcats.com.au. He also writes in a freelance capacity for the AFL Record.
Renowned photographer Andrew Chapman has worked on Manangatang, Camperdown and its Cup, Just Like Family and Quilpie. Andrew's best-selling photographic books include Woolsheds, Around the Sheds and Working Dogs. His personal website is here.
Another of Australia's finest photographers, Jaime Murcia has worked on Camperdown and its Cup and For Mutual Good. Jaime's personal website is here.
Ten Bag press has also been lucky to work with a third great of Australian photography, Noel Butcher. Noel's work can be seen in Camperdown and its cup. Noel's personal website is here.
Five of Ten Bag Press' books, Manangatang, Camperdown and its Cup, Just Like Family, Quilpie and For Mutual Good, were designed by super-talented Melbourne-based designer Phillip Campbell. Contact him by clicking here.