The Centennial Tigers want to thank a very special Australian donor from the Computershare family for his generous donation of $2,000 that covered the full cost of the team’s new uniforms. The official Computershare Football Services logo will be proudly displayed on the backs of the guernseys, on the 2020 limited-edition t-shirts, and on the Tigers’ online presence.
“Team sports are so important, providing a sense of belonging, camaraderie, mental wellness, and most importantly fun, so I am very happy to help,” our donor said in a message to President Sara Rohner.
“Having someone believe in us and willing to send the funds without hesitation gives all of our Tigers even more determination to show up in 2020 and prove that we’re here to stay,” Rohner added. “It will be an honor to pull on the new guernsey and know that our supporters at home and abroad believe in what we’re doing for women in sport in Colorado and the United States.”
Friends, family and supporters will be able to purchase the special guernesy at an upcoming date, so stay tuned!
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