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MIDSUMMER SUN SHINES IN GOLD CUP

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Midsummer Sun made history at the Gosford race track last night, taking out the Gold Cup for the second year in a row. It’s the first time in four decades the feat has been achieved. Read More »

PANTHERS TO HOST THIRD ANNUAL JASON ANNEAR NINES

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12 men’s and four women’s teams have already entered the Jason Annear Nines – in memory of one of Berkeley Vale’s favourite sons. Reigning champions The Wyong Roos will start favourites – entering two sides in the third annual tournament. Read More »

COAST TRIO HOPING TO SOAR TO NEW HEIGHTS IN NZ

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Three Central Coast athletes will head across the Tasman for a High Jump competition with a difference. Chris Dodd, Nicola McDermott and Jake Ellis will compete in Jumps to the Music at Hawera, on the North Island next Friday. Read More »

WILKINSON READY TO TAKE ON ASIAN CUP CHALLENGE

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Meanwhile Socceroos defender Alex Wilkinson is hoping he can retain his starting place against Kuwait. It’s been a break-out year for the former Mariners captain both at club and international level, but the Central Coast has never been far from his mind. Read More »

COAST’S CLUBBIES UP FOR TRANS-TASMAN TUSSLE

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The Central Coast surf lifesaving team will be looking to win back the Trans-Tasman trophy when it heads to the state’s South Coast tomorrow. The tri-series pits the region against Country New South Wales and Northern New Zealand. Read More »

SURF-A-RAMA READY TO GO

Organisers are confident Surf-A-Rama can be restored to it’s former glory, when it gets underway at Avoca Beach this Friday. An iconic competition of the 80’s, Surf-A-Rama was revived in 2011 and has been building in popularity since. This year more than 120 men and women will take to the water. Locals Jess Grimwood and Shane Holmes will be among those looking to keep the trophies on the Coast. The event runs until Sunday. Read More »

CYCLING ACADEMY TO SHAKE UP CENTRAL COAST SCENE

The Central Coast’s cycling scene is set for a shake-up, following the region’s newly-formed cycling academy. The institute is the first of its kind on the coast and will mentor young cyclists on their journey to the top of the field. Read More »

MOYES RE-QUALIFIES FOR 2015 IRONMAN SERIES

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It came right down to the wire, but Terrigal’s Jack Moyes has secured his place in the professional ironman series for next summer. Moyes faced a nervous wait after being eliminated early in round 6. Read More »

MAHER READY FOR TOKYO TILT

Marathon runner, Charlie Maher, has been on the Central Coast this past week taking a break from his work with the Indigenous Running Project. But the sport is never too far from his mind – he’s now putting the final touches on his preparation for the Tokyo Marathon. Read More »

MARINERS UNABLE TO BREAK STALEMATE DRAW

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The Central Coast Mariners were hoping to start the 2015 season on a high, but have once again been locked into a stalemate draw. The side met the Wanderers in Western Sydney last night and despite many attempts, were unable to claim the three points. Read More »

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