The event was made that more special with the support of TeleChoice Premier League side West Sydney Berries and Errea/Sports Plus.
In keeping with progress and providing a professional environment for its teams, Condell Park chose 2008 as the Season to look forward to the future.
In line with other organisations around Australia (and the World), Condell Park went from a Soccer Club to a Football Club late in 2007. As part of this move forward, it was decided that it was time to move forward with the kit as well.
To entice juniors to want to further their careers at CPFC, the Club decided to have two different playing strips, one for the senior teams and an alternate for the juniors.
As such it was with great pleasure that President Mark Skennerton with the assistance of West Sydney Berries players Dimitri Zakilas and John Tsironis presented to all players the new shorts and socks that will symbolise teams at CPFC.
As can be seen from the photos, the juniors got a great buzz from the presentation of the new strip. The night also involved the presentation of the Premiers jackets to our grand final winning 14 ladies and All Age 1 ladies sides.
CPFC would like to thank the West Sydney Berries for their support not only on the night but also for their continuing support of grass roots football.
They have proved to be a Club that is willing to put back into the junior ranks not only by providing assistance at events like this but also with events like the Berries Cup and asking for Clubs to provide ball boys at their home matches.
Special thanks go to their CEO Lakis Konistis who has helped make all this possible.
Good luck and Best wishes goes to the West Sydney Berries from CPFC for their first season back in the TeleChoice Premier League.
CPFC would also like to thank their gear provider, Errea/Sports Plus, especially Steve Agamalis, whom have assisted greatly in helping CPFC move forward to their new strip.