The Central Coast Mariners Vibe Trophy Tour was back for another week, as Andy Bernal was busy at work ensuring that local Coast kids got to see the A-League Men’s Trophy up close and personal.
Andy was joined by a special guest for his first stop on Monday, with Harry Steele tagging along to visit his old school, Central Coast Adventist. The duo were greeted by a large group of students, with Harry doing a Q&A on stage while looking at some old primary school photos.
Point Clare Public was the next Monday stop, before Tuesday kicked off nice and early with a trip to Umina Beach Public School. Andy then took the trophy to Woy Woy South Public, the home of the winning design for our warm-up kit competition. The former Socceroo was even able to find the student who created the artwork to grab a photo together!
Kariong Public was the first school visited on Wednesday morning, with a trip to Kariong Mountains High next on the agenda. The day finished with a brilliant visit with Central Coast Sports College, with students from all grades getting a chance to see the trophy and pose for photos.
The week was rounded out with three more visits on Thursday, beginning with a 9am trip to Gorokan Public School. A surprise stop at Ourimbah Public School’s sports carnival followed, before Andy rounded out his week with a visit to Lisarow Public School.
Keep an eye out over the school holidays as the A-League Trophy continues to go on tour, before going to even more schools once term three commences!