Central Coast Mariners held its 2014 Club Ambassador Launch at the Impact Centre, Erina on Wednesday evening.
Each player from the Club’s 2014/15 Hyundai A-League roster thus far was designated to a local Central Coast Football outfit as an Ambassador for the forthcoming season.
The local Clubs will benefit from appearances at events such as presentation evenings and gala days by their Ambassador throughout the next 12 months.
The Club also launched their new Mariners My Club program in Erina last night.
Mariners My Club is a rewards-based program entitling clubs to receive cash-back and discounts on purchases made through the Central Coast Mariners and its program partners.
To find out more about the Mariners My Club program, contact us on (02) 4353 7200 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Central Coast Mariners Club Ambassador Program 2014/15
Avoca FC – Nick Fitzgerald
Berkeley Vale FC – Anthony Kalik/Liam Rose
Budgewoi FC – Nick Montgomery
Doyalson Wyee FC – Storm Roux
East Gosford FC – Matt Simon (accepted on behalf of Simon by Phil Moss & Tim Knight)
Gosford City FC – Michael Neill
Gwandalan Summerland Point FC – Mitchell Duke
Kanwal Warnervale FC – Matthew Nash (accepted on behalf of Nash by Wayne O’Sullivan)
Kariong Cougars FC – Tom Slater
Killarney Districts FC – Josh Rose
Kincumber Roos – Brent Griffiths
Mountains District FC – Isaka Cernak
Ourimbah FC – Hayden Morton
Southern & Ettalong FC – Eddy Bosnar
Terrigal United FC – John Hutchinson
The Entrance – Bateau Bay FC – Anthony Caceres
Toukley Gorokan FC – Matt Sim
Tuggerah United FC – Liam Reddy
Umina United FC – Glen Trifiro
Woongarrah Wildcats FC – Kim Seung-yong (accepted on behalf of Kim by Anthony Kalik)
Woy Woy FC – Zac Anderson
Wyoming FC – Richárd Vernes (accepted on behalf of Vernes by John Crawley)
Wyong FC – Malick Mané