Sunday, February 19th, 2012
With the assistance of ex Socceroo and SBS expert football analyst Craig Foster, this Sunday 19th February will see Waverley Old Boys Football Club host a charity 5-a-side event to raise money for the honorable Football United charity.

Football United uses football for social development and helps Australian migrants to grow and adapt to life in society in a new environment. As an annual event, the 5-a-side competition is hoping to raise proceeds that will go towards registering two truly great football players from Football United in 2012.

As the host for the event, Waverley Old Boys Football Club has rallied its sponsors to get on board and give a helping hand on the day in addition to their ongoing and valued support throughout the upcoming season.

One of the supporters, m.a.s accountants, who have been a sponsor of Waverley Old Boys Football Club for the past three seasons, understands and appreciates the idea of helping more unfortunate adolescence adapt to society through football.

“It is such a great feeling to know that m.a.s accountants can give a little back to our community and support such a great club and charity,” said m.a.s accountants Senior Partner, John Corias.

This event is clearly a trio partnership between m.a.s accountants, Craig Foster and Waverley Old Boys Football Club, proving that it is amazing when a community joins forces to work together to benefit such a great cause.

When: 19th February 2012
Where: KIKOFF Kensington, Kensington Bowling Club, 1 Day Lane, Kingsford NSW
Time: 8:30am – 9:30am – Wee Waves Football Fun
9:30am – 2:30pm – 5 – a – side competition
Cost: $150 per team (min 7 players) – includes food voucher

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