Operations manager for C.ex Jeff Cox presents State Youth League players Jasmin Courtenay, Noah Bedford and Harry Atherton with their free kits last week.
Operations manager for C.ex Jeff Cox presents State Youth League players Jasmin Courtenay, Noah Bedford and Harry Atherton with their free kits last week. SUBMITTED

Success rewarded by C.ex

AS sponsor of the four North Coast Football (NCF) State Youth League teams, the C.ex Group has shown its generosity by presenting each player with a new kit bag this week.

Operations manager for the C.ex Group Jeff Cox, attended training last Wednesday to congratulate the players on their efforts this year and to hand over the bags.

With four teams and 16 squad members in each, that is more than 60 bags given to NCF players by their major sponsor.

“We wanted to firstly congratulate the players for simply making it to this level but as it happens our State Youth League teams doing extremely well this year,” Cox said.

“With the World Cup on at the moment, it’s a great time to be playing the game and so as a company, C.ex Group is only too willing to promote it any way we can.”

NCF football manager, Richard Evans, said the zone appreciated the contribution of its major sponsor.

“It’s marvellous to have a sponsor who comes up with gifts to the players like this which are entirely of its own doing and beyond the terms of the sponsorship agreement,” Evans said.

“It’s a generous act by C.ex Group and one certainly appreciated by everyone at North Coast Football, not just the players.”



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