NFNL extends partnership with MC Labour

Published on Thursday, February 2, 2023

The Northern Football Netball League is pleased to announce a partnership extension with MC Labour.

MC Labour will continue as the naming rights partner of the NFNL’s senior men’s Division 2 football competition for the 2023 season.

MC Labour are construction labour hire specialists, providing skilled labour and tradespeople to the construction and building industry, traffic management and security sectors.

For almost 30 years, the MC Labour team has grown to over 30,000 talented people and built a reputation for understanding industry challenges through their site-experienced Operations team so they can find the best people for the job, every time.

NFNL Chief Executive Officer Martin Stillman is delighted that the NFNL is continuing its partnership with MC Labour in season 2023.

“The Northern Football Netball League is appreciative of our partnership with MC Labour continuing for another year, MC Labour have been supporting the NFNL for a number of years and its terrific to have long and successful partnership with MC Labour,” Stillman said.

“The NFNL take great pride in being aligned with leading brands throughout the sporting and business industry, particularly those who are based within our region and are deeply invested in our community.”

MC Labour Founder & Managing Director Marc Lunedei said he was excited to again partner the NFNL in 2023.

“MC Labour is delighted to continue our partnership with the Northern Football Netball League and look forward to an exciting season in 2023 and beyond,” Lunedei said.

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