|Full name||Edward McGregor Lennie|
5 October 1959|
Edward McGregor Lennie OAM JP (born 5 October 1959) is a retired Australian association football referee. He is best known for officiating at the 1998 FIFA World Cup and the 1996 Olympic Games.
Lennie began refereeing in Scotland, before emigrating to Australia in 1985.
Lennie refereed two matches at the 1998 FIFA World Cup in France.
Lennie refereed 195 National Soccer League matches before retiring in 2004.
His current occupation is the Referee Development Manager for Football West and is also an elite referees assessor for the Asian Football Confederation and FIFA.
In December 2012 Lennie was preselected by WA Labor for the Western Australian Legislative Assembly seat of Scarborough. He subsequently ran for the Hamersley Ward at the City of Stirling elections in October 2013.