Having wrapped up her AFLW commitments with Hawthorn Football Club for the 2023 season, Casey Dumont has found a new home in the A-League on the Central Coast.
Dumont signed the deal before the Mariners’ season began, saying that her two professional sporting clubs had been working collaboratively together.
“I would like to thank the Mariners for being open to allowing me to continue to be a dual-sport athlete, playing both AFL and football,” she said.
“I have already felt a fantastic vibe around the club. They are very family orientated; their focus is on making sure that we are all happy which results in the best performances.”
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Dumont featured 71 times for her previous club Melbourne Victory, regularly winning silverware and was awarded both goalkeeper of the year and grand final player of the match in the 2021/22 season.
Committed to being a dual-sport athlete, Dumont has also been making great strides in the AFLW for Hawthorn.