Posted: 2 November, 2016

Mariners Close Book On Storrie

The Central Coast Mariners have today confirmed that after two years as the club’s Executive Vice Chairman, Peter Storrie will complete his contracted role with the club mid-November

Storrie was appointed by Mariners’ Owner, Mike Charlesworth in December 2014 and has completed an overhaul of the club which included the restructure of both the football and administrative side of the business and also the establishment of the Central Coast Mariners Academy, along with the appointment of Chief Executive Officer Shaun Mielekamp, appointment of Financial Director Kathryn Duncan and most recently the appointment of Head Coach Paul Okon.

Outgoing Executive Vice Chairman, Peter Storrie departs with the best wishes of the Central Coast Mariners and thanked the club’s Members, supporters, players and staff for their commitment during a period that saw widespread changes.

“I would like to thank Mike Charlesworth for the opportunity to be involved with the Central Coast Mariners,” Storrie said. 

“Thank you to all of the players, staff, volunteers and supporters of the Central Coast Mariners for welcoming me with open arms. 


“Over my past couple of years at the Mariners I hope that I have passed on my experience in football to the staff and I am confident that the club will continue to grow from strength-to-strength and it is now time to step back and let the leadership of Paul Okon, Shaun Mielekamp and Kathryn Duncan take the club forward.” Storrie said.



Mike Charlesworth took the opportunity to thank Storrie for his contribution to the club and support he has shown in the last two years.
“Peter has steered the club through a poignant time in our history and he will always be highly regarded for his contribution,” Charlesworth said. “I have all the confidence that the team and structure for which Peter has put in place will see the club experience success both on and off field.
“I wish Peter all the best in his future endeavours and I am confident that he will achieve similar success in his next venture,” Charlesworth said. 

The club would like to gratefully thank Peter for all of his hard work and expertise that he has invested into the club and looks forward to welcoming him on match days whenever he returns to Australia.

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