Goodline partnership elevates polocrosse

Polocrosse Australia is proud to announce a game-changing partnership with one of the country’s leading construction organisations — Goodline. The support will elevate polocrosse for all Australians.

“Polocrosse Australia is excited to have Goodline join us on our World Cup journey, not only for their financial support, but also for their shared values of people first and business second,” Polocrosse Australia President, Mick Templeton said.

“Goodline is a community-minded, family-run business that prioritises a job well done — similar to polocrosse in the way it promotes inclusivity for all the family and winning well.

“The partnership represents an alignment of the values between our two organisations, and to have Goodline’s support to work together to also drive greater participation and awareness of polocrosse is a strong endorsement for Polocrosse Australia,” Mick added.

Australian-owned, Goodline, employs in excess of 1,000 staff and contractors nationwide and provides construction and maintenance services to Australia’s major resource companies.

Supporting local and grassroots clubs has always been important for Catherine and John Kennedy, ever since they established Goodline 25 years ago in Weipa Far North Queensland. The Kennedy family have been deeply involved in horse racing and training, with John’s love for horses stemming from his childhood growing up on a cattle station in Quilpie.

“When Goodline learned Polocrosse Australia was competing in the 2024 World Cup and their impactful initiatives supporting and embracing regional towns and communities, we were eager to support,” Catherine Kennedy said.

“Believing in sustainable development for our regional and rural communities, and maximising opportunity for the people within those areas — we are very proud to be partnering with Polocrosse Australia.

“We are excited to see them compete this year in South Africa — the team is good for the win,” Catherine added.

“The Goodline partnership will leave a legacy for the sport of polocrosse beyond the World Cup, it is the kind of support that has the power to transform our regional sport down to grassroots games,” Mick said.

With a combined experience of more than 120 years the 2024 Goodline Australian World Cup team is supported by a coaching and management team that is unsurpassed in its commitment to excellence and winning well.

The 2024 Goodline Australian World Cup Team will head to South Africa in July to defend Australia’s World Cup title. Australia has won the World Cup three times — 2003, 2005 and 2019 — all on home soil. Will they make 2024 their first win on foreign soil?

Find out more about our 2024 Goodline Australian World Cup team.

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