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MICRO HALL GAINS WILDCARD FOR PIPELINE MASTERS

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After a difficult year on the World Tour, following a serious back injury, Glenn Micro Hall is aiming for a big finish in Hawaii. And he’s received some welcome news – gaining a wildcard entry into the Pipeline Masters. Read More »

WHEELCHAIR RACE ADDED IN THE CENTRAL COAST HALF MARATHON

The Central Coast half marathon and fun run is rapidly approaching with more than 1000 participants already registered. 2014 will mark a new milestone for the popular event, as a 10-kilometre wheelchair race is added to the line-up. Read More »

MOSS EXPECTS REACTION AGAINST GLORY

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Mariners Coach Phil Moss says he expects a reaction from his side, following consecutive losses. Goal keeper Liam Reddy is expected to return against Perth Glory on Sunday, while one of the club’s favourite son’s will make a long awaited comeback in tomorrow’s Youth League match. Read More »

MAGPIES PREMIERSHIP WINNER SIGNS WITH SHARKS

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One of Terrigal’s biggest signings could be off the field next season. The Sharks have secured former Central Coast Rugby League premiership winning coach Adam McEwen as an assistant in 2015. Read More »

CAINEY’S A-LEAGUE TIPS: ROUND 5

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Sports reporter Michael Cain has stepped in for Mitch Hughes while he’s on holidays. Here are his tips for round 5 of the A-League this weekend. Read More »

ACADEMY OF SPORT LAUNCHES AFL PROGRAM

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The Central Coast Academy of Sport’s 2015 AFL talent program got underway today. It aims to create a pathway for juniors to gain entry into the Sydney Swans Academy, and launch their careers. Read More »

TONY CLARKE TAKES UP THE REIGNS AT WYONG

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The Wyong Roos today unveiled local rugby league icon Tony Clarke as the new head coach of their first grade side. After coaching stints with Manly and the Newcastle Knights, Clarke will return to the competition that kicked-off his career. Read More »

MATT DAWSON WOWS AT KOOKABURRA CLASH

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Killarney Vale hockey star, Matt Dawson, has wowed crowds during the Kookaburra’s clash with India in Perth overnight. It was the 20-year-old’s debut with the top Australian men’s side, which sealed the win, four nil. Dawson received a rap from coaches and commentators, especially for plays in the third and fourth quarters. The Aussies will play the side three more times this week, before heading to India to take them on at home. (NO AUDIO) Read More »

MATTHEW DAWSON PLAYS FOR THE KOOKABURRAS

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The Central Coast’s, Matthew Dawson, will be looking to impress when he plays for the Kookaburras in their game against India later tonight. A good performance could see the 20-year-old follow the Aussie side to the Men’s Champions Trophy next month. Read More »

STAR HALF BACK TO CO-COACH IN 2015

With Tony Gleeson concentrating on his role with the Newcastle Knights – Berkeley Vale will have co-coaches in 2015. Assistant Glen Dempsey will assume the top job, along with one of the best play-makers in the competition. Read More »

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