Vibe Trophy Tour visits even more Coast kids in Week Two

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. 

Photo credit: White Gum Art House and Woy Woy South Public School

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!