Place of birth: Cobden on August 22, 1978
Wife: Lisa. Children: Riley, Brady and Taylah.
Parents: Phil and Lorraine. Sibling: Renae.
Education: Carpendeit Primary School before going to Cobden Primary School for grade four and five I then went to primary school in Somerset in England for one year when I was 12-years-old in 1990. My secondary education was at Camperdown High School before I studied at Deakin University in Geelong for three years where I got my arts degree.
Sporting highlight: has to be playing for the Pomborneit Cricket Club when they won the division one flag in 2007-2008.
What are your memories of the premiership win with Pomborneit in 2007-2008?
We defeated Terang at Terang in the old South West Cricket Association.
Teams from Noorat, Cobden, Bookaar and Timboon were some of the sides in the competition.
It was the first flag that Pomborneit won in 20 years.
I played a small part in the victory, as I got three wickets for 21 runs with the ball.
I was a left-arm medium-pace bowler.
It was a two-day game and after the first day things were pretty close but we got on top early on the second day and ended up having a convincing win.
Glen, that's not bad on a personal note three wickets for 21 runs in a grand final you must have been happy with your performance?
I was really happy.
The win was a great result for the club because it broke the 20-year drought since our last flag victory.
We're only a small club but have a wonderful history and we're doing our best to ensure we protect our history.
Our ground and club rooms are on the Melbourne side of Camperdown.
We're about 10 minutes out of Camperdown.
There's a real community culture at the club.
The club is unique because about 50 players each week have to drive the ten minutes out of Camperdown for a game of cricket or to go to training.
We've got a synthetic wicket at the ground.
Three years ago the cricket club had a reunion called "Back To Pombo" and more than 150 people turned up to get together to celebrate starting playing with Pomborneit in 1991.
A schoolmate of mine Stuart Boyd got me involved with cricket.
I used to go to his place after school and he used to say he was going to cricket training and I tagged along.
I was 12-years-old when I started playing in the under 16 competition.
Stuart's dad Brian taught me how to bowl.
There was no cricket Milo competitions or junior development squads back in that era.
The whole club is based around volunteers who put in a power of work to ensure that the club continues to thrive.
It's been the same for about 100 years.
This year the club has three senior sides (divisions 1, 2 and 3) and two junior sides under 13 and 16 plus two girls sides.
Anyone of any note played cricket with Pomborneit?
We've had two AFL premiership players play cricket at Pomborneit.
The first was Essendon's Scott Lucas.
He played junior cricket for the club before he went on to be a star footballer with the Bombers.
Scott was a massive hitter of the ball.
We always knew his cricket career would be short-lived because of his footy ability but in his cricket career, he had the knack to change the result of a game very quickly because of his ability with the bat.
The other AFL star that has played with the club is Easton Wood.
Easton was the captain of the Western Bulldogs when they won the flag in 2016.
He plays cricket when time permits.
He's a very good batsman and is a sensational bloke.
Grant Place, who is the division one captain is best mates with Easton.
He loves getting back down to the club just to chill out with his old friends.
What was your highest score with the bat?
Funny story about that.
The current president of the club David Murphy never fails to remind me of the game against Noorat when I made 80 runs.
It was the day of David's 21st birthday so it's a few years ago now.
David made 100 runs but I got seven wickets for 25 runs including a hat-trick and I got the three votes from the umpires, while David only got the two votes from the men in white.
He's never been happy that the umpires saw my 80 runs and seven wickets for 25 runs as a better all-round performance in the game than his effort of making 100 runs.
I was very lucky to have got another hat-trick in my career.
What's the reason why you went to school in Somerset England for one year in 1990?
My dad was a school teacher.
Our family made the move to England for one year on a swap basis exchange with a teacher and his family from over there.
We travelled through Europe and had a great time.
I made some wonderful school friends in that year who are still friends today.
I took a keen interest in soccer while we were over there and still love watching soccer today.
What's your involvement with the Pomborneit Cricket Club now?
I was on the committee for ten years and president of the club for two years and was the division two captain but I've stood away because of work commitments.
Lisa and I have a business called GBM Technology in Camperdown.
We're an IT retailer and service centre and a sponsor of the cricket club.
Our children Brady and Riley are playing in the junior grades so we're still involved.
Camperdown is a great spot to live.
I'm also on the committee which has organised the Rock The Clock Vintage and Retro Festival.
The event, which has been going for three years, is held in October.
It's getting bigger and bigger each year and is a tremendous way to showcase to locals and tourists what Camperdown has to offer as a town.