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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 »

VIRGILI SPEAKS OUT AFTER BEING LET GO BY JETS

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The Jets began to rebuild their roster today, signing former South Melbourne attacker, Andy Brennan, and re-signing Enver Alivodić. Meanwhile, James Virgili is being considered by a rival A-League club, a day after being told he’s not wanted in Newcastle. Read More »

AUSTRALIA DOMINATES WORLD CUP TOUCH IN COFFS

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The Touch Football World Cup is underway in Coffs Harbour. On day one of competition, Australia dominated play, with wins across three divisions. Read More »

TAYLOR REGAN ONE OF SIX PLAYERS LET GO BY THE JETS

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It’s been a dramatic day at the Newcastle Jets, with coach Phil Stubbins informing six players they won’t be re-signed. Dudley’s Taylor Regan was the biggest surprise, having captained the Jets several times this season. OUT —— Taylor Regan Sam Gallagher John Solari Allan Welsh Travis Cooper James Virgili Read More »

FOUR JETS WON’T BE RE-SIGNED NEXT SEASON

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Four Newcastle Jets players have today been informed they will not be re-signed for the 2015-16 A-league season. Among the surprise exits is Hunter-bred junior Taylor Regan, along with utility Sam Gallagher, goalkeeper John Solari and James Virgili. 26-year-old Regan has played his entire career with the Jets, starting in the club’s National Youth League team. Meanwhile Max Burgess remains in discussions with the club, while Equadorian attacker Edson Montano is under consideration by management. It’s also negotiating to retain Enver Alivodic. “Today the coaching staff had to deliver some tough decisions to some great people. We certainly wish each of the guys that are leaving the club the very best in their respective futures,” said coach Phil Stubbins. Read More »

KYLIE HILDER PREPARES FOR FINAL REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES

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Touch Football veteran Kylie Hilder says she’s confident she’ll finish her career on a high. Hilder will play her final games this week as captain of the Australian World Cup side, when competition kicks off tomorrow. Read More »

LAKE MACQUARIE SAILORS CLAIM SILVER IN FRANCE

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Lake Macquarie sailors Nathan Outteridge and Iain Jensen have secured silver medals at the World Cup in southern France. The 49er crew won three out of 12 races across the week to finish behind New Zealand pair, Peter Burling and Blair Tuke. Read More »

NSW CUP KNIGHTS IMPRESS AGAINST THE DOGS

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The Knights’ Jeremy Smith has accepted a grade one tripping charge following the clash with the Cowboys and will be free to face Manly in round nine. Meanwhile Jarrod Mullen has been ruled out of the Country side after he suffered a concussion against North Queensland. Fresh from their win over the Bulldogs yesterday, the Knights Nathan Ross and Chanel Mata’utia have been named in the New South Wales Cup representative side. Mata’utia and his brother Pat combined for three tries against Canterbury, while Joseph Tapine set up two. Jake Mamo was also impressive in the eight point victory, furthering their claims for a spot in the first grade side that has lost four straight games. (VISION ONLY) Read More »

MOYES SILVER MEDAL HIGHLIGHT OF CAREER

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Terrigal’s Jack Moyes has described his silver in the Board Race at the Australian Championships as the highlight of his lifesaving career. The 22-year old will resume training in July in preparation for next Summer’s Ironman Series.   Read More »

WYONG CAPTAIN TO LEAD NEW SOUTH WALES

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Wyong’s Mitch Williams has been named hooker and Captain of the New South Wales Cup representative side. The team will face Queensland Residents in Brisbane on Sunday.   Read More »

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