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STORM ROUX READY FOR YELLOW AND NAVY, AFTER ALL WHITES FRIENDLY

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Central Coast Mariner’s defender, Storm Roux, says he’s happy with his performance against Korea, in an international friendly against the Kiwis. The New Zealander has just returned home following the match and says he’s ready to hit the field for the yellow and navy this weekend. Read More »

HACKETT INDUCTED INTO TRIATHLON HALL OF FAME

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Nicole Hackett has long been viewed as one of the greatest tri-athletes the Central Coast has produced, and on Sunday, it will be confirmed. She’ll be inducted in Triathlon Australia’s Hall of Fame – an achievement she rates just as highly as her race results. Read More »

WYONG ROOS THUMP NZ WARRIORS

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Wyong has beaten New Zealand for the first time on home soil in the New South Wales Cup. The Roos thumped the Warriors an impressive 42 points to 6 at Morrie Breen Oval. Read More »

WILKO KNOCKED OUT OF RIP CURL PRO

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Copacabana’s Matt Wilkinson has been knocked out on day six of the Rip Curl Pro at Bells Beach. He went up against South Africa’s Jordy Smith but had a slow start, managing a heat score of just 7.9. Read More »

WILKINSON INTO ROUND 3 AT RIPCURL PRO

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All three Central Coast surfers took to the water at Bells Beach today. But it was only Copacabana’s Matt Wilkinson who made it through to Round Three of the Rip Curl Pro. Read More »

DONNICA CLARKE FOUNDATION 2015 SCHOLARSHIPS

A Central Coast sports foundation is going from strength to strength, and has big plans for the future. Eight years since it began, organisers of The Donnica Clarke Foundation are setting their sights high, hoping to attract more sponsors. Read More »

MARINERS SLAMMED BY BRISBANE ROAR

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It was a night the Mariners would rather forget, their only goal in last night’s A-League match coming from the boot of Brisbane Roar’s Daniel Bowles.   Read More »

MARINERS WARY OF DESPERATE ROAR

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The Central Coast Mariners’ season is all but over, but interim coach Tony Walmsley says his side will be just as desperate to win tomorrow night as its opposition. The Brisbane Roar needs to record three points in all of its remaining games to make the finals. Read More »

CENTRAL COAST IRONMAN QUALIFIES FOR KONA

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At 74 years of age, Bruce Higginbotham has qualified for one of the toughest triathlons in the world – the Ironman World Championship. Yet, the Forresters Beach local is taking it all in his stride. Read More »

MORTON MAKING AN IMPACT

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One current Mariner who’ll no doubt be hoping to follow in his predecessors’ footsteps is Hayden Morton. The 21 year-old defender has been a regular in the starting line-up since Tony Walmsley took charge of the team last month. Read More »

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