Every Season My Season (ESMS) have expanded their footprint into the Northern Suburbs of the Illawarra with the announcement that they have partnered with Corrimal Rangers.
Head coach Daniel Loe is excited to begin the partnership with the Rangers and looks forward to developing players within the club.
"ESMS will be expanding into the Northern Suburbs of Wollongong and be using Corrimal Ranger's field at Memorial Park to do so.” Loe said.
“We have received a lot of enquiries from players in the Northern Suburbs of Wolongong and we think this is the right move. The club is supportive and believes in our vision and are keen to have ESMS train their playing squads.
We can't wait to start working with all grades at Corrimal, we see this partnership long-term.”
The partnership will also see ESMS sponsor Corrimal’s first grade captain in Jai Mellor. Mellor is grateful for ESMS’s support and can’t wait to begin their partnership.
"I’m very grateful to be sponsored by Every Season My Season. I’ve trained with Daniel and the ESMS coaches for many years and have seen my game develop beyond what I thought was capable.” Mellor said.
“Daniel has been a great mentor but more importantly a friend who personally values my development as a player and person.
These are the same values Corrimal Rangers have shown since I’ve arrived and think this partnership is perfect match.
I’m excited to see what ESMS can do to help Corrimal develop its players to the next level, as ESMS has to my game. Corrimal has a terrific club culture that invests in player development for all grades. This is Corrimal’s latest example of how it’s trying to help its player progress.”
Corrimal Rangers, like all other clubs, have been affected by wet weather cancellations. The partnership with ESMS will allow the club access to ESMS’s new indoor premises.
The Rangers have managed to play just one of their mens premiership games so far this season, which ended in a 1-1 draw with Port Kembla.