Carroll & O'Dea cements GIANTS Netball partnership

By Emma Ryan|22 April 2021
Carroll & O'Dea cements Giants Netball partnership

Australian law firm Carroll & O'Dea Lawyers is supporting women in sport with the signing of a new sponsorship agreement with GIANTS Netball.

The agreement with GIANTS is for the team’s 2021 season and according to a statement from Carroll & O'Dea’s managing partner, Hanaan Indari, reflects the firm’s commitment to giving back to the community.

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Carroll & O'Dea Lawyers announced this month its sponsorship of GIANTS Netball for the 2021 season.

“I am thrilled that the Firm has been able to partner with one of the most exciting and dynamic women’s sporting teams,” said Carroll & O'Dea Lawyers’ Ms Hanaan Indari.

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“The GIANTS reflect the same qualities we embrace at Carroll & O’Dea Lawyers including resilience, excellence and determination which all underpin our delivery of high quality legal services across Sydney, NSW and beyond.

“As Managing Partner I am particularly proud that the Firm’s first commercial sponsorship of a nationally recognised team is one that is female and also has its home in Western Sydney, which is very much a part of the Carroll & O’Dea story.”

Furthermore, Ms Indari credited GIANTS’ reputation in supporting women in sport and fostering the next generation of netball players.

“Carroll & O’Dea Lawyers has a strong commitment to giving back to the community through our pro-bono program and other community activities and we look forward to working with the GIANTS and their membership throughout the 2021 season, she concluded.

In commenting on the partnership, Netball NSW chief executive Tain Drinkwater said it’s great to align with a firm that shares many common values with the team.

“The alignment between both businesses sets the foundations for a strong and empowering partnership for many years to come,” she said.

Carroll & O'Dea cements GIANTS Netball partnership
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