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LADIES TESTED IN DAY ONE OF CENTRAL NORTH COAST GOLF TOURNAMENT

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Emma Polikevics has finished in front after day one of the Women’s Central North Coast Golf Tournament. But with Wingham’s Beth Braham, just one point behind, it’s still anyone’s game heading into day two of competition tomorrow. Read More »

NORTH COAST REP SIDE SELECTED

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The Mid North Coast will field a strong side for the rugby league Country Championships at the end of the month. The representative team will be led by former World Cup back rower, Matt Shipway. Read More »

AUSSIES DOMINATE IN THE TOUCH WORLD CUP

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Australia has dominated in the finals of the Touch World Cup in Coffs Harbour last night. Both the open men’s and women’s teams were in top form to take home the silverware.   Read More »

PAUL AMBROSE WINS IRONMAN AUSTRALIA

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Sydney’s Paul Ambrose has won the prestigious Ironman Australia in Port Macquarie, ahead of Victoria’s Luke Bell. New Zealand’s Michelle Bremer was the first woman across the line. Read More »

FINALS DAY FOR TOUCH WORLD CUP

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After days of wet weather, the sun finally came out for the finals of the Touch World Cup in Coffs Harbour. The Aussies made the most of conditions, to become world champions in the men’s 30s division.   Read More »

AUSSIES BEAT KIWIS IN TOUCH WORLD CUP GAME

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Australia defeated New Zealand in today’s men’s open clash at the Touch Football World Cup in Coffs Harbour. Showing the form that’s made them the reigning champions, the Aussies scored six tries to the Kiwis two. Read More »

FINAL PREPARATIONS UNDERWAY FOR IRONMAN COMP

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Wild weather predicted in Port Macquarie is likely to push Ironman competitors to their limits when they take on the gruelling course on Sunday. In its 30th year, many have scores to settle.   Read More »

PLAY POSTPONED AT WORLD CUP TOUCH IN COFFS

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Torrential rain forced play to be postponed for the day at the Touch Football World Cup in Coffs Harbour. Organisers hope to get more than 2,000 players back on the fields tomorrow even if games have to be shortened to cope with today’s disruption. Read More »

NORTH COAST SURF REPORT 01-05-15

Not to many takers for a surf around here today. Very messy one metre waves on all beaches with regular torrential downpours and gusty east winds, not at all enticing. The bad news is there is worse to come over the weekend. Cheers, noel. Read More »

KIWIS SLAM AUSSIES AT TOUCH WORLD CUP IN COFFS

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New Zealand proved too strong for Australia in the 35s division at the Touch Football World Cup in Coffs Harbour today. The Kiwis showed plenty of speed in the wet to defeat the Aussies 8 tries to 4. Read More »

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