Wollongong Wolves start preparations for National Second Tier competition

Joshua Bartlett
Updated November 21 2023 - 9:15pm, first published 5:28pm
Wollongong Wolves head coach David Carney chats with the club's under-13s youth team players (from left) Luke Prouse, Logan Corbeski, Jett Ristevski, Chase Corbeski and Edward Page at Albert Butler Park on Tuesday afternoon. Picture by Anna Warr
Wollongong Wolves head coach David Carney chats with the club's under-13s youth team players (from left) Luke Prouse, Logan Corbeski, Jett Ristevski, Chase Corbeski and Edward Page at Albert Butler Park on Tuesday afternoon. Picture by Anna Warr

The future of the Illawarra's football stocks is in safe hands as the Wollongong Wolves starting laying the foundations for their return to the 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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