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KINCUMBER BEAT ROOS IN EMOTIONAL CLASH

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Round 2 of Central Coast rugby league, and Berkeley Vale recorded a tight win over the Roosters, Toukley defeated Erina and the Tigers smashed Ourimbah. Terrigal hammered Central Wyong, Northern Lakes and Umina played out a 20-all draw. And Kincumber beat the Roos in an emotional affair at Mackillop Oval. Read More »

WALMSLEY AND HUTCHINSON EXPECTED TO BE NAMED AS MARINERS COACHES

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The Central Coast Mariners plan to confirm Tony Walmsley as the club’s permanent head coach before the team flies to Wellington on Wednesday. Walmsley will lead the side while also remaining in the technical directors role. Retiring captain John Hutchinson is expected to be announced as Walmsley’s assistant coach. Read More »

HUTCHINSON A WINNER IN LAST COAST APPEARANCE

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Central Coast Mariners icon John Hutchinson says he’s still coming to terms with last night’s Central Coast farewell. A Josh Rose strike in the second minute was all that was needed to send out the club’s captain on a high. Read More »

COAST CONTESTS ACADEMY GAMES

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After being declared officially open last night, competition got underway in the Academy Games today. The region’s girls basketball team hit the court, hungry for an early win. Read More »

CENTRAL COAST TO FAREWELL HUTCH IN FINAL HOME GAME

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PHOTO: Courtesy of the Central Coast Mariners.  Outgoing Mariners captain, John Hutchinson, will walk out on the field at Central Coast Stadium for the last time tonight, for his final home game. Taking on last-placed Wanderers, the yellow and navy will be battling for the win tonight, as they try to keep any hope of a finals berth alive. A large home crowd is expected to farewell Hutch, who will retire at the end of the season. The game starts at 7.30. Read More »

MARINERS STALWARTS SET FOR FINAL HOME APPEARANCE

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Mariners favourite Matt Simon could play a cameo role off the bench, when the yellow and navy host Western Sydney Wanderers tomorrow night. It would be a timely return for the striker, joining Captain John Hutchinson in his final home appearance.   Read More »

MINGARA GOLDEN GIRL IN LINE FOR WORLD TITLES

Central Coast swimmer Teigan Van Roosmalen has won gold in the 200-metre Individual Medley at the Australian Championships in Sydney. The 24-year old is expected to be named on the national team tonight – to compete at the IPC World Titles in Glasgow.   Read More »

HUTCHINSON READY FOR HOME-GROUND FAREWELL

True to form, John Hutchinson is reluctant to be the centre of attention heading into the Mariners clash with the Wanderers this Saturday – which will be his last home game. But he admits it will be emotional, farewelling the ground, and its fans. Read More »

LIONS READY TO POUNCE ON 2015 SEASON

Central Coast rugby union premiers Woy Woy will take to the field with a new look squad this weekend, as the 2015 competition kicks off. The side will be looking to replicate their stellar season in 2014, after breaking a 26 year premiership drought. Read More »

CRUSADERS TO START PLAY-OFF CHARGE

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Central Coast Crusader Tom Akamarmoi says his side still has lots to improve on as they approach round eight of the Waratah Basketball League. The 17 year-old is enjoying a break-out season, following his selection in the state Under 20 side. Read More »

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