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Central Coast Mariners prides itself on its role in the community. As such, the Club is proud to endorse two of its greatest stalwarts, Cr Bob Graham and Lawrie McKinna in the upcoming Local Council Elections.

Central Coast Mariners prides itself on its role in the community. As such, the Club is proud to endorse two of its greatest stalwarts, Cr Bob Graham and Lawrie McKinna in the upcoming Local Council Elections.

Bob Graham - Independent - Wyong Shire Council - B Ward Bob is the current Mayor of Wyong Shire Council and has served on Council for 13 years. He has been a Board Member of the Central Coast Mariners Football Club since its inception into the Hyundai A-League in 2005.

Bob has worked tirelessly for his local community over many years of Council service and has also not only been a great contributor to the Mariners but to many other sporting and community organisations in the Wyong Shire region.

“My team and I are seeking your support to continue our goal of making Wyong Shire a place that you are proud to call home,” Cr Graham said. “My team is made up of a group of long time residents of Wyong Shire, all dedicated to fulfilling their ambition to make Wyong Shire a better place to live, raise a family, work, and eventually retire.”

Lawrie McKinna - Independent - Gosford City Council This is Mariners legend Lawrie McKinna-s first foray into local politics and if elected he represents a fresh start for Gosford and unwavering commitment to his local community.

McKinna was the inaugural Head Coach of the Central Coast Mariners, spending five seasons at the helm of the Club-s first team. McKinna is currently employed as Central Coast Mariners General Manager of Football, and is widely respected for his contribution in promoting the Mariners brand locally, nationally, and abroad.

“If elected my focus will be on working cooperatively with the community and other levels of government,” McKinna said. “I am determined to be pro-active and strive towards solutions for Gosford City and its people.”