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Thirsti Water helps rejuvenate St Dominics Newcastle hockey players

In the quest for perfection, St Dominics Newcastle is well on its way to reach a full level of professionalism in its sports department.

This comes after St Dominics Newcastle unveiled its brand-new hockey dugouts, kits and branding at the Alison Marillier Astro Turf on Wednesday, May 23. The event earmarked the dawn of new beginnings in future sports endeavours.

“We were donated the dugouts by Thirsti Water, and we are thankful for the sponsorship and contribution to both the school and the community,” emphasised the school’s executive head, Bryn Thomas.

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St Dominics Newcastle Executive Head, Bryn Thomas with Alison Marillier and Rob Hoatson from Thirst Water during the ribbon cutting ceremony.

 

Johan Jacobs, director of sport at St Dominics Newcastle, explained the new dugouts, branding and hockey kits donated by Thirsti Water would have a major impact. “It is a great boost, as it creates opportunities to hold more tournaments. We want to give a big thank you to Thirsti Water.”

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St Dominics Newcastle hockey teams and teachers with Rob Hoatson from Thirsti Water.

Rob Hoatson of Thirsti Water said it was a privilege to work with St Dominics Newcastle.

Following the ribbon cutting, St Dominics first team hockey boys and girls took on Sarel Cillers. With their new kits, as well as the branding and dugouts, the match proved to be a fun-filled event.

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The St Dominics Newcastle and Sarel Cillers first team hockey boys in action.
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