Cassidy Davis Thanks Player Partner

May 6th, 2015

Newcastle Jets Women player Cassidy Davis yesterday met with player sponsor, electrogroup, and presented token of appreciation of the company’s support throughout the 2014 Westfield W-League season.

Northern NSW Football and the Newcastle Jets Women would like to thank everyone at electrogroup for their support of Cassidy and the 2014 squad and look forward to maintaining a relationship with the company into the future.

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