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Steve has been a casual sports journalist with NBN Central Coast since 2007. In his role with the National Rugby League; Steve has worked at every Grand Final since 1999, including hosting the post match presentation for channel nine from 2003 to 2010. He is also the host of a radio sports show, and has been named Best Sports Presenter Provincial at the Australian Commercial Radio Awards on six occasions. When he's not reporting on sport, he's an active participant - winning numerous Australian surf lifesaving medals at open and masters level.

VAN DAM OUT OF RETIREMENT

Terrigal Avoca lost the Black Diamond AFL Grand Final re-match at the weekend – going down to Cardiff by 26 points. The Premiers were missing several stars including James Webster, Jayson Van Dam and Corey Billins; but a Panthers stalwart made a shock return.  

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MARGIN NAMED IN AUSTRALIAN SQUAD

Hugh Margin has been selected in the Junior Wallabies squad for the Oceania Under-20 tournament on the Gold Coast. The Australians are up against Fiji first up, followed by Tonga, and then the might of New Zealand on May 5. The giant Wyoming teenager has been named at lock and will go into camp at Bond University on Sunday. A strong performance could see him wear the green and gold at the upcoming World Championships in France.  

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PERRY ON TOP OF PODIUM AT BUFFALO

Central Coast athlete Dominic Perry has taken out one of the biggest events of his career; the Buffalo Stampede Sky Marathon in Victoria’s alpine country. Due to treacherous conditions at the top of the mountain, the race was reduced to a 39-kilometre event. Perry had to deal with rain, debris on the course and sub-zero temperatures. He stopped the clock in just over three hours and 44 minutes, defeating a quality field including International runners. Mingara’s Charlie Brooks finished 11th. (Athlete 136 on left of image)  

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MASSIVE DERBY FOR SULLY AND ROSEY

The Mariners will look to snap a five game losing streak in tomorrow night’s Derby against The Jets. Caretaker Coach Wayne O’Sullivan says there’s plenty of motivation, with the arrival of new manager Mike Mulvey, avoiding a wooden spoon and the final game for a club legend.  

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