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CRUSADERS YOUTH WOMEN CONTINUE DOMINANCE

To basketball, and the Crusaders youth women have continued  their unbeaten run defeating Bankstown Bruins by 33 points today. The home side dominated the match up… Alessandra Gasparotto posting a season best 21-points. Sabrina Zenatti was the best for the visitors bagging 18-points. The Crusaders have a bye next weekend, but will be back in action on the 8th. Note:No audio

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WOMBATS AIM FOR 14 STRAIGHT

Woy Woy will play Gosford in both the men’s and women’s water polo grand finals tomorrow. Led by former Australian centre-forward Mitch Baird, the Wombats Men are favourites to secure a staggering 14th consecutive title, but Central Coast President Craig Sampson is predicting a close one at Peninsula Leisure Centre.  

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WYONG ROOS LOOKING FORWARD TO PANTHERS TEST

Back to NRL, The Wyong Roos will be without Paul Carter for Saturday’s Intrust Super Premiership clash The Roosters forward has been called up for tonight’s clash with Bunnies. Wyong is currently undefeated after a stellar start to the season, skipper Mitch Williams says the Panthers will be their biggest challenge so far. “I think everyone’s looking fora test and obviously Penrith have been one of the benchmark sides in this competition for a number of years, so I think everyone’s really looking forward to it” note:audio in parts

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