North Construction & Building is continuing their support of the Mariners and women’s football for another year.
This is a partnership that has a long-lasting history, after North was responsible for the construction of the building that the Mariners offices are located in.
North has a great association with the Central Coast region and apart from their involvement with the Tuggerah Centre of Excellence, they work with multiple local organisations to improve outcomes for the community.
One goal of theirs is to improve the opportunities and stereotypes that exist in the construction industry for females and desire to migrate this mindset into the Mariners’ women’s football space.
North’s Business Development Manager, Kate Forrester, expressed their delight in partnering with the Mariners once again.
“Having celebrated International Women’s Day earlier last week, it’s very timely and exciting to support the female contingent within the Mariners again this year,” Forrester said.
“North is passionate about being part of our local community as well as contributing to the advancement and equity of women across the board, so our involvement here is a perfect fit for the business.”
In 2020, North committed to the Mariners and the club is elated to have them back on board for a third season supporting the whole women’s program.
Thanks to this partnership, Central Coast Mariners will continue to improve the facilities and resources available to the women’s program, which is a vital step toward the club’s entry to into the A-League Women’s in 2023/24 and beyond.
The Mariners women’s academy first grade side got their season off to a winning start on the weekend, defeating St George FC 3-2 away from home. They head to Sydney again next Sunday to face Nepean FC, looking to continue their early momentum.
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