Wollongong Wolves delighted to compete in inaugural National Second Tier competition

Joshua Bartlett
Updated November 20 2023 - 9:20pm, first published 3:00pm
Wollongong Wolves chief executive officer Strebre Delovski (second from left) and chairman Tory Lavalle with Football Australia Football Australia CEO James Johnson (left) and FA head of professional football and competitions, Natalie Lutz. Picture by Brett Costello/Football Australia
Wollongong Wolves chief executive officer Strebre Delovski (second from left) and chairman Tory Lavalle with Football Australia Football Australia CEO James Johnson (left) and FA head of professional football and competitions, Natalie Lutz. Picture by Brett Costello/Football Australia

Wollongong Wolves chief executive officer Strebre Delovski believes his club's inclusion in the new National Second Tier competition will be "momentous" for football in the Illawarra.

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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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