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CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS GO HEAD TO HEAD IN TAMWORTH

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It was a battle of football skills in Tamworth today with Christian schools going head-to-head for the Hunter Zone’s gala day. Local school Carinya qualified for the state carnival in Sydney in three divisions. 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 »

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 »

MARINERS PIPPED AT POST IN EXTRA TIME BY PHOENIX

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It went down to the wire in the Central Coast Mariners’ away match against Wellington Phoenix last night. The visitors were pipped at the post in injury time, going down 3-2 at Westpac Stadium. Read More »

NATHAN TINKLER SPEAKS CANDIDLY ABOUT JETS AND FINANCES

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Nathan Tinkler has spoken frankly in an exclusive interview to NBN News today, about the Newcastle Jets and his financial situation. Tinkler says he’s committed to the club and stands by the tough decisions that have been made, including the sacking of five key players mid-season. ​”I have supported change and I am changing the culture of the club with the management and with the coach and that’s what’s happening,” he said. He also doesn’t believe his financial situation will impact the Jets’ future and says he’s keen to bring more high profile players to the club. Meanwhile Tinkler was also forthcoming about how he’s been portrayed in local media. “All those problems have been widely reported and you guys have been proud to report it for the last four to five years, so I just keep catching the bullets ... Read More »

ZENON CARAVELLA WON’T BE RE-SIGNED WITH JETS

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Zenon Caravella says he’s not surprised, but he is disappointed, after being told by the Jets he won’t be re-signed. The 32-year-old believes he fell out of favour with coach Phil Stubbins after speaking out against the club’s mid-season purge. Caravella is currently nursing an ankle injury, and won’t play against Sydney FC tomorrow. (VISION ONLY) Read More »

WOMEN TO COMPETE IN BLACK DIAMOND AFL

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Six Black Diamond AFL female teams will take to the field for the first time this weekend in an inaugural women’s day gala. It’ll also be the first time many of the ladies have played AFL competitively, and adrenalin is running high. Read More »

NO TIME FOR REST FOR EMILY VAN EGMOND

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Emily van Egmond has returned home to Newcastle, following a seven week stint in Europe with the Matildas. But her break will be shortlived, with more training camps scheduled ahead of the World Cup in June. Read More »

TITANS FIGHT FOR HOME GAMES AT CBUS STADIUM

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It’s set to be another trying week for the Titans on and off the field. Bosses will again meet with Stadiums Queensland to figure out if the club’s home games can be played at C-BUS stadium. It follows reports Good Friday’s Broncos clash was almost held in Sydney. “I had no idea. So that’s certainly a matter for the club to work out. We need to win football games no matter where we play.” “Really for us it’s about learning how to win. You need to be able to grind out wins during the year. And we’re just not doing that at the moment.” “Really for us it’s about learning how to win. You need to be able to grind out wins during the year. And we’re just not doing that at the moment.” “Looking forward to getting back on ... 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 »

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