Wollongong Wolves among first eight clubs announced to compete in new National Second Tier competition

Joshua Bartlett
Updated November 20 2023 - 2:51pm, first published 12:04pm
Wollongong Wolves player Chris McStay (right) celebrates with his teammates after scoring a goal at WIN Stadium earlier this year. Picture by Adam McLean
Wollongong Wolves player Chris McStay (right) celebrates with his teammates after scoring a goal at WIN Stadium earlier this year. Picture by Adam McLean

It's official: the Wollongong Wolves are heading back to Australia's national stage.

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Joshua Bartlett

Joshua Bartlett

Sport Journalist

A sporting fanatic who is keen to promote all codes in the Illawarra and abroad. Mercury's chief football reporter.

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