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CENTRAL COAST RUGBY UNION ROUND 16 RESULTS

Terrigal remains on top of the Central Coast Rugby Union ladder, despite failing to score a try against Kariong in round 16. The weekend’s other winners were Northlakes, The Entrance and Avoca Beach, which notched up a century over Woy Woy. Round 16 scores: Terrigal 9 Kariong 7 Northlakes 22 Gosford 20 The Entrance 47 Warnervale 0 Avoca Beach 100 Woy Woy 0

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MARINERS TAME QUEENSLAND’S ROAR

In Brisbane, the Central Coast Mariners notched up a 2-1 win over Queensland Roar in round three of the A-League pre-season Cup. Ahmad Elrich and Dylan McAllister scored the goals for the visitors, while Mark Bosnich also made an appearance, managing a couple of saves.

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CENTRAL COAST RUGBY LEAGUE ROUND 18 RESULTS

The Entrance has continued its dominance in the Central Coast Rugby League competition, smashing Umina in round 18. In the other games, Woy Woy outclassed Terrigal, Toukley had a surprise win over Berkeley Vale and Ourimbah was too good for Northern Lakes. Round 18 Scores: The Entrance 42 Umina 0 Woy Woy 42 Terrigal 14 Toukley 30 Berkeley Vale 26 Ourimbah 40 Northern Lakes 22

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THREE CRUSADERS TEAMS INTO SEMI FINALS

Three Crusaders teams have secured spots in the New South Wales Basketball League semis, after the Women’s Youth League defeated the Illawarra Hawks this afternoon. The men are already into the finals, but it didn’t stop them from pulling out all the shots against Penrith.

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CRUNCH TIME FOR CRUSADERS

With just three rounds left in the New South Wales Basketball League, it’s do or die for two Central Coast Crusaders teams. The Crusaders have all four teams in the quarter finals, but the ABL Men’s and the Women’s Youth League teams both need wins on the weekend to make the semis.

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BOSNICH HUMBLE AFTER SPECTACULAR PERFORMANCE FOR MARINERS

The Central Coast Mariners have today added another recruit, signing up Australian youth international defender Pedj Bojic for season four. Meantime, Mark Bosnich has increased his chances of being offered a contract with the team after making a spectacular return to football. Bosnich pulled off several impressive saves to help the Mariners to a 3-nil win over Sydney FC in round two of the A-League’s Pre-Season Cup.

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