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NRL SIGNINGS ON SHOW IN UNI SHIELD

Still on league, and NRL-bound country schoolboys have starred in the latest round of the University Shield. In today’s match at Coffs Harbour, 2003 champions Farrer High were pushed to the bell by Toormina. The Tamworth side sealing the 30-22 win with two late tries. [display_podcast]

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COFFS GOLD CUP RACE DAY

Party goers and punters stormed the gates of the Coffs Harbour racecourse today for the premier event on the club’s calendar. From early on organisers were trying hard to accommodate the record crowds that flocked to the 2008 Gold Cup. [display_podcast]

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THOMMO SET FOR COFFS CUP

An all star line up including Australia’s newly crowned top jockey Robbie Thompson will feature at Coffs Harbour’s premier Race Day tomorrow. The 2008 Gold Cup will be broadcast to an international audience of racing fans throughout Asia for the first time. [display_podcast]

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FOOTBALL FRENZY AT PORT

New South Wales is in the box seat to take out both the boys and girls open titles at the National School Football championships at Port Macquarie. The tournament continues the town’s big week of football which began with the A-League clash between the Newcastle Jets and Melbourne Victory.

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EDMUNDO STEPS OUT

All things being equal, Ecuador’s Edmundo Zura will officially be a Newcastle Jet tomorrow night (Tuesday) with his medical checks to be completed. The coach preferring to give him the once over where it counts – on the field.

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GROUP 2 MINOR PREMIERSHIP DOWN TO POINTS

The Group 2 minor premiership won’t be decided until after this weekend’s final round matches. For and against is all that separates joint leaders Orara Valley and Woolgoolga. While Sawtell, Bellingen and Coffs Harbour will be locked in a showdown to claim the fifth and final play-off spot.

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SMITH BAGS SEASIDE CLASSIC

Sydney golfer Brendan Smith is the 2008 Port Macquarie Seaside Classic winner. Smith carded a one-under par 70 in the second round to take the tournament by four shots over Dakila Falcon and Do Kim who slipped into third place on a count back.

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