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ROOS CHASE HAT TRICK

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To the New South Wales Cup, and the Wyong Roos are chasing a hat trick against North Sydney this weekend. The team is sitting in equal second place on the ladder and need the two points to separate themselves from the pack. Read More »

MICRO KNOCKED OUT OF MARGIES BY SLATER

The Central Coast’s Glen Hall has been knocked out of the Margaret River Pro after going head to head with surfing great, Kelly Slater. Slater wowed spectators at Main Break today, taking on the 10 to 12 foot monster waves. Micro clawed back with an impressive combo. But it wasn’t enough to beat the former world champion. Avoca Beach surfer Adrian Buchan was also knocked out of the comp, after taking on Queensland’s Julian Wilson. Read More »

WOMEN TO COMPETE IN BLACK DIAMOND AFL

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Six Black Diamond AFL female teams will take to the field for the first time this weekend in an inaugural women’s day gala. It’ll also be the first time many of the ladies have played AFL competitively, and adrenalin is running high. Read More »

CRUSADERS READY FOR DOUBLE HEADER WEEKEND

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To the Waratah League, and the Central Coast Crusaders could see themselves propelled to the top of the ladder, if they can win their two games this week. The side will go up against regional rivals the Norths Bears and Newcastle Hunters, in a double header this weekend.   Read More »

MICRO TO TAKE ON SLATER

Still on surging, and Umina surfer, Glen Hall, has taken out his heat at the Margaret River Pro. The world number 17 scraped through the clash against the US’s Kolohe Andino at The Box break. The goofy-footer will face off to world number 12, Kelly Slater in the next round. Read More »

WYONG ROOS RE-FOCUS AFTER TRAGEDY

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It’s been a tough start to the season for the Wyong Roos, with the death of team mate Greg Gibbins. Coach Tony Clarke says it’s been a struggle, but the side is pulling together. Read More »

MARINERS GATE-KEEPING THE A-LEAGUE FINALS

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The Central Coast Mariners say they’re now one of the gatekeepers to the A-League finals, with their next results to determine the layout of the top six. The squad faces Wellington Phoenix this weekend, and is hoping to break their away game drought. Read More »

LAKE MACQUARIE’S ULTRA-MAN GEARS UP FOR NEW CHALLENGE

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He’s competed in the Paralympics, trekked the Kokoda Track, and tackled countless triathlons and marathons – now 54-year-old John Domandl has a new challenge. In just a few weeks, the vision-impaired athlete will contest Australia’s first Ultra-man even Read More »

ACADEMY GAMES BOOST TOURISM ON CENTRAL COAST

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The Central Coast Academy of Sport is already looking ahead, just two days after the region hosted hundreds of athletes for the Clubs New South Wales Academy Games. It’s hoped three new sports will be added to competition next year, in a move that will boost tourism numbers locally. Read More »

WALMSLEY TO PROMOTE “ENTERTAINING FOOTBALL” AS NEW HEAD COACH

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Tony Walmsley is promising an unrecognisable Mariners squad next season, after being appointed as official head coach today. The technical director has been filling the role since Phil Moss’ departure six weeks ago, and says he’s going to make the game more entertaining. Read More »

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