MOJO Homes officially new Naming Rights Partner for Illawarra Rugby League

by
Amy
MOJO Partnership

On Wednesday 7th April MOJO Homes announced its new Partnership with Illawarra Rugby League at the MOJO Homes Wongawilli Display Centre on the South Coast. 

MOJO Homes South Coast Operations Manager, Craig Spriggs and New Home Sales Consultant, Justin Brown met with Illawarra Steelers Chairman, Graeme Gulloch to formally announce the partnership. 

As the new naming rights partner for the next three years, the Illawarra’s premier rugby league competition will now be known as the MOJO Homes Illawarra Cup.
“The rugby league community showed how well they can pull together during the challenges of the pandemic in 2020,” said MJH Group CEO – NSW, Cameron Lade.

“To be given the opportunity to become part of this community in the Illawarra and to help them continue to grow the game is really exciting for us.” 

“The Illawarra is an important area for our business, and this is one way we can give back to the community that is supporting us.”

The Illawarra Steelers Chairman Graeme Gulloch and Illawarra Rugby League (IRL) Board of Management Chairman Gerry Murphy both welcomed the support of such an iconic sponsor. 

“The IRL is proud to welcome MOJO Homes as our long-term naming rights partner,” Gulloch said. 

“MOJO Homes has identified the IRL as a strategic partner to align its brand and engage with the Illawarra community who love their rugby league; it’s a strong endorsement of rugby league in the region.” 

The new season kicked off on the 10th April and the 2021 winner of the MOJO Homes Illawarra Cup will advance to the Semi-Finals of the NSW rugby league’s new state-wide Presidents Cup competition on Sunday, 26th September. 

MOJO Homes are excited to be a part of the Illawarra Rugby League community and wish the players all the best. 

About Illawarra Rugby League Division 

Rugby League has been the major sport in Illawarra since 1911. Known throughout the Rugby League world as the “Nursery of Champions”, the Illawarra Rugby League Division has produced 47 male and 26 female senior Australian representatives, who came from the local schools and junior Leagues – displayed at the front of the Steelers Club.

About Illawarra Steelers

The District Club, Illawarra Steelers was formed in 1982, after the region was accepted into the world’s major Rugby League competition. This was catalyst to the de-centralisation of Rugby League in Australia.  The District Club adopted the “Steelers” emblem in recognition of the region’s major steel industries. The charter of the company – Illawarra Rugby League (trading as Steelers) is to provide headquarters for Rugby League in the region; and to propagate and develop the game (at all levels – male and female).

Illawarra Rugby League