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LAST HURRAH FOR HUTCH

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Mariners foundation player John Hutchinson has made his 228th and final appearance for the yellow and navy. But his side was no match for Melbourne Victory – who secured the Premiers Plate with a three-one win.   Read More »

KNIGHTS GET A WEEK OFF AFTER COWBOYS LOSS

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The Knights’ New South Wales Cup side beat the Bulldogs 20 points to 12 this afternoon, with Mata’utai brothers Pat and Chanel scoring three tries between them. Meanwhile Newcastle’s NRL side has been given the week off from training because of the representative round. Coach Rick Stone hopes the break will help his players rediscover their focus, following a fourth straight loss. Read More »

HUNTER CROSSFIT ATHLETES TO COMPETE AT NEXT MONTH PACIFIC REGIONALS

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The Hunter will be well represented at the Crossfit Pacific Regionals in Wollongong next month with five athletes competing in the individual rounds. In the teams event, Crossfit Raw Commando is the region’s only group to qualify. Read More »

NEWCASTLE JETS COLLECT WOODEN SPOON

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A double from Kale Bradbery helped Broadmeadow Magic to a 4-1 win over Edgeworth in the National Premier League last night. Meanwhile The Newcastle Jets ended their season with a 2-1 loss to Brisbane Roar, resulting in the club’s second wooden spoon. Read More »

JETS OWNER NATHAN TINKLER CITED BY FFA

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Newcastle Jets Owner Nathan Tinkler has been cited by Football Federation Australia for allegedly breaching its code of conduct. Mr Tinkler is accused of launching a 15 minute rant at Newcastle Herald journalist Robert Dillon after last Friday’s home game against Sydney FC. He has until next Friday to explain his actions to FFA. If found guilty he could face a fine or bans. Read More »

HUNTER HOPES SOAR FOR IRONMAN SERIES

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Up and coming Hunter Ironmen and women will have more opportunity to qualify for next year’s national series with the competition expanding from 15 to 18 in each field. Former Redhead Triathlete Boyd Conrick believes our athletes have what it takes to make the cut. Read More »

KNIGHTS TO DIG DEEP FOR ANZAC DAY CLASH

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Tariq Sims has laughed off reports the Cowboys are planning to exact revenge for Newcastle’s rough tactics against Johnathan Thurston in round two. And the Knights enforcer has promised to dig deep for those affected by this week’s storms. Read More »

COWBOYS STICKING TO THEIR GUNS AHEAD OF CLASH WITH KNIGHTS

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The Cowboys aren’t shying away from hooker Jake Granville’s threats to take revenge against the Knights. The Cowboys believe the Knights were too rough in their treatment of Johnathan Thurston in round two. “We owe them one like Jake said, round two game won’t go unnoticed and we’ll definitely make a statement when we play on Saturday.” “We’ll be going down there to even that up and hopefully get one back on them and keep our roll going.” Beau Scott was reported for two hits on Thurston, but escaped suspension. The Knights say Scott won’t return from an ankle injury for another two weeks. The Cowboys are hoping he plays on Saturday. “Either way, if he’s playing or not we’re definitely going to give it to him.” Read More »

EMOTIONS SINKING IN AHEAD OF HUTCHINSON’S FINAL MATCH

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Meanwhile Hutchinson says it’s finally sinking in that his playing career is coming to an end. The captain is preparing to run out for the final time against Melbourne Victory on Sunday. Read More »

HUTCHINSON TESTIMONIAL CONFIRMS FIRST FEW STARTERS

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The first details have been released about the testimonial match for retiring Mariners captain John Hutchinson. The current playing squad will face off against a side of Hutchinson’s choosing, made up of former team mates, on Saturday May 23 at Pluim Park in Lisarow. The full invitational side will be named next week, but the captain today confirmed Andre Gumprecht and Chris Doig will be among those taking part. Tickets are $10 for adults and are on sale now. Read More »

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