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OLSSON MAKING WAVES FOR WOMEN’S SURFING

Central Coast national junior surfing champion, Kirra-Belle Olsson, has caught the attention of World Surf League competitor, Laura Enever. The world number 16 is currently mentoring Olsson and says the future of female surfing looks bright. Read More »

MARINERS APPOINT NEW CEO

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The Central Coast Mariners have appointed Shaun Mielekamp as the club’s new Chief Executive Officer. Mielekamp has previously worked with the Western Sydney Wanderers and will start work with the Mariners immediately. He replaces former CEO Bruce Stalder. Read More »

CARMICHAEL ROCKETS UP WORLD SURF RANKINGS

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Avoca surfer Wade Carmichael has rocketed 72 places in the world qualifying series rankings. It follows a third place finish at the Lowers Pro in California. Read More »

WALMSLEY DEBUTS AS PLAYERS DEPART

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On his first day as the official head coach of the Mariners, Tony Walmsley, has announced five players are departing. The news comes off the back of a so-called ‘new strategy’ for the club, which promises more entertaining football next season. Read More »

MIXED RESULTS AT THE LOWERS PRO

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Avoca’s Adrian Buchan has shrugged off a slow-start to the World Surf League season, with a convincing win in his opening heat of the Lowers Pro in California. Currently ranked 29th on the professional tour, Buchan recorded a 9.6 to take the win. There was no such luck for the region’s other surfers, with Matt Wilkinson and Glenn Hall both eliminated in Round 1. Read More »

MARINERS PLAYING ROSTER TO SOON BECOME CLEAR

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The playing roster for the Central Coast Mariners for next season is expected to become much clearer in the coming hours. The club today began finalising negotiations with a number of off-contract players. Read More »

OPALS SHINE ON THE CENTRAL COAST

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Australia’s premier women’s basketball team, the Opals, are back on the Central Coast gearing up for a big international campaign. The team is using Terrigal’s stadium to help prepare for games in Europe, as well as a huge Olympic qualifier. Read More »

MAGOO SENDING SWELL FOR CHARITY CLASSIC

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Late Central Coast surfing icon, Barry ‘Magoo’ McGuigan, will be remembered this weekend, in the 15th annual charity classic named in his honour. The surfing great passed away in November last year and it looks like he’s sending down some serious swell for the competition. Read More »

CENTRAL COAST CYCLING DUO ON TRACK TO RIO

Central Coast para-cycling champs Matt Formtson and Mick Curran say they’re hungry for more wins, after being crowned with their 10th national title. The pair will head to New Zealand for more racing this weekend, as they accrue more points for the Rio Paralympics. Read More »

MOYES SILVER MEDAL HIGHLIGHT OF CAREER

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Terrigal’s Jack Moyes has described his silver in the Board Race at the Australian Championships as the highlight of his lifesaving career. The 22-year old will resume training in July in preparation for next Summer’s Ironman Series.   Read More »

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