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Argentum Consulting Becomes a Major Partner

The Marist Football Club is delighted to welcome Argentum Consulting onboard as a major sponsor for the 2021 season. Argentum is the company of Marist parents Rob and Bronwyn Petagna who love getting down to the club and watching their up and coming superstar son Matt play with his mates. “I went to school at Newman College and volunteered for the West Coast Cowan Football Club so it’s great to be in a position to be able to sponsor Marist” said Rob. “The club provides a great community environment for our families and is something our family was keen to [...]

By |March 1st, 2021|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Argentum Consulting Becomes a Major Partner

With the football season now up and going, it is timely to mention a lady who has shouldered a significant workload getting all our players registered. The Club has 505 registered players this season and 190 Auskickers all whose parents need to have their questions answered, register, pay, and be placed in the appropriate team.  Additionally, players from other clubs need to transfer in and out. This whole process has been managed efficiently and quietly in the background by Maria Manning. With volunteers like Maria it’s no wonder we are one of the great Clubs. Maria has been the Club’s [...]

By |July 28th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on

Tim the Tool

As all our players prepare for their first matches this weekend, spare a thought for the Team Manager of Team Managers, Tim Boekhoorn, who has been busy preparing all our teams for the upcoming season. Tim's job is busy at the best of times, but COVID has made his job exponentially more challenging as he ensures the Club and all our Team Managers are compliant with the safety measures, as well as all the logistical changes that COVID has brought with it. "Tim is basically the conduit between the committee room and the footy field and the role of [...]

By |July 15th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Tim the Tool

Esposito On The Money

2020 Marist players will not only be the best drilled, they will also be the best dressed thanks to Club Committeewomen Angela Esposito who has been diligently working to get all club uniforms sorted prior to the season's kick off in July. The task of decking out our kids for the 2020 season started in 2019 for Angela with stock takes, speaking to sponsors & suppliers and placements of orders. All 2020 players will receive a Training Top in the coming weeks and over the next few seasons all playing jumpers will be replaced to modernise the Club's uniforms. Whilst [...]

By |June 22nd, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Esposito On The Money

The Marist Football Club is delighted to welcome Paceway Mitsubishi in Osborne Park to the Club as a Major Sponsor. ???We look forward to this being the start of a great relationship with Paceway Mitsubishi and hopefully we can help drive some business their way in the coming months??? said Marist FC president and dad joke enthusiast Matt Mazzuchelli. As well as other benefits, Paceway Mitsubishi will be supporting the Club???s Past Players Group which aims to ensure the families and hundreds of players that have represented the Club in the past 50 years, continue to have a [...]

By |June 10th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on

Diversified Servicewomen 🙂

The Marist Football Club is lucky to have some great individuals who contribute to the Club and none more so than Club Secretary Amanda Proctor. Amanda is the mother of Year 12 player Jake and since Jake's Auskick days has seen every match of Jake???s Marist career. Since 2019, she has also volunteered her time to serve in the important position of Club Secretary carrying out official roles as well as keeping the committee in line which isn???t always an easy task. She has also served on the committee for five years. Amanda is also responsible for producing [...]

By |June 3rd, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Diversified Servicewomen 🙂
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