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OZ TANDEM TEAM GO FOR GOLD

The Central Coast’s world champion tandem team will be going for gold again, when they head to the Netherlands for the Para-cycling World Championships. The pair is defending their title in the four kilometre individual sprint. Read More »

MARINERS TOSS THE MOSS

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The Central Coast Mariners have dropped head coach Phil Moss, with management citing the club’s future direction. The shock news overshadowed a special luncheon for out-going captain John Hutchinson, who will now move into a player-coach role. Read More »

BOSS MOSS SACKED

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The struggling Central Coast Mariners have sacked coach Phil Moss. Moss was stood down on Friday morning and will be replaced by technical director Tony Walmsley. Captain John Hutchinson will step-up to a player-assistant coach role until the end of the season. Moss’s assistant Wayne O’Sullivan will be offered a new role with the club. Reporter Georgina Smyth has the details: Tonight on @nbnnews another reshuffle for the @CCMariners. pic.twitter.com/TAUNMMnfIP — GeorginaSmythNBN (@GeorgieSmyth) March 5, 2015 The changes are part of executive vice chairman Peter Storrie’s restructure. The Mariners who have struggled to attract strong crowds, have won just three of 19 games this season. They play Melbourne City at Central Coast Stadium on Sunday. Read More »

WYONG LAUNCHES FIRST PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

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It was promoted as a race series like no other, and that’s what today’s Provincial Championships at Wyong delivered. The meet was only open to country trainers, but that didn’t affect the quality of racing. Read More »

CRUSADERS READY TO BOUNCE BACK

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Crusaders coach Tim Hudson believes his side will make the play-offs, despite being unable to so far record a win. The Central Coast side fell just two points short of the Maitland Mustangs on Saturday, and will take on Penrith this weekend. Read More »

ROOSTERS TO BOOST ROOS THIS WEEKEND

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Seven Roosters players will be added to the Wyong Roos line-up this weekend, for round one of the New South Wales Cup. Coach Rip Taylor says the inter-club partnership will be a big bonus this season. Read More »

CERNAK STAYS GROUNDED AFTER RECENT STARTS

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He’s made several recent appearances for the Mariners, but Isaka Cernak isn’t getting ahead of himself. The 25 year-old is yet to sign a deal to stay at the club next season, but says he doesn’t feel the pressure of playing for his career. Read More »

ACE AND MICRO WAIT FOR THE WAVES

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Central Coast surfers Adrian Buchan and Glen Hall will have to wait until tomorrow to recontest the Quicksilver Pro,¬†after the Gold Coast event was put on hold. The pair is fighting for a spot in round three, after less than perfect performances in round one. Buchan will go head-to-head with Brazil’s Italo Ferreira while Hall will take on world number five Michel Bourez. Meantime, Copocabana’s, Matt Wilkinson, is awaiting his round three opponents, following an impressive win on Saturday. Read More »

MUSTANGS POWER HOME TO DOWN CRUSADERS

The Central Coast Crusaders remain at the bottom of the Waratah League table, following an agonising loss to Maitland. The home side led by 12 at the final break, but the Mustangs powered home, scoring a 77-75 win. Read More »

THOMPSON HONOURED FOR DISTINGUISHED LONG SERVICE

Central Coast Rugby has announced a 10 team competition in 2015, and will create history, with the inclusion of Hornsby. After 25 years service, President Larry Thompson has also been recognised at the prestigious Sport New South Wales Awards. Read More »

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