dDevice Technologies have once again supported the Waratahs through the spoonsorship of 2 of our players in Adam Crosthwaite and Corrie Boss.
Click here to view Corrie’s player profile Both Adam and Corrie have been important members of our first grade squad for the last 6 years, so it is fantastic to see both them and the club get the support they deserve.
Crosthwaite is again having a strong season, showing everyone his well known talents. Unfortunatley Corrie has had another season ending injury but is still well entrenched at the Waratahs with his role as our Community Manager. We have no doubt his bad luck will end soon and he will be back on the cricket field shortly.
Crosthwaite is also employed by Device Technologies in a Sales Manager role, so Device Technologies are playing a leading role in helping both the club and it’s players be the best that they can be.
Founded in 1992, Device Technologies is an established distributor of quality and technologically-advanced medical equipment and consumables. The company is Australian-owned and employs more than 600 healthcare specialists and support staff in Australia and New Zealand. A few points about Device:
- All products are professionally supported by qualified Product Managers and specialists, trained to work in surgical and operating room environments.
- Clinical Educators provide accredited training, in-servicing and ongoing clinical support.
- Technical Service personnel service and maintain our extensive range of capital equipment.
- Regulatory Affairs ensure all products are correctly listed with the TGA.
The entire Waratahs cricket community would like to thank Mick Trevaskis and the team at Device for their tremendous support over the last few years. Mick especially is a loyal local cricketer and supports the Waratahs as well as local cricket is many ways,
Visit their website at www.device.com.au .