KING CLIMBS TO FOURTH

Luke King has climbed to fourth in the Driver Standing's, following Round Two of the Toyota 86 Series. He believes there's plenty of room for improvement, and is hoping for his first podium of the ...
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VAN DAM JOINS 300 CLUB

In Black Diamond AFL, Pete Van Dam will become just the third Terrigal Avoca Panther to reach the 300 game milestone. To mark the occasion, the club is holding a Life Member and past players ...
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CAN THE ROOS BOUNCE BACK FROM LOSS

The Wyong Roos are hungry for a win this weekend as the Mounties travel north for the New South Wales Cup. Coach Rip Taylor is worried another sloppy performance could see the minor premiership slip ...
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HOOLE SCORES IN MARINERS’ SECOND PRESEASON WIN

The Mariners have had another confidence boost in the pre-season with a win over Hakoah Sydney City East last night. Recruit Andrew Hoole scored what turned out to be the match-winning goal, five minutes in ...
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WORLD CHAMP CYCLIST BACK HOME AFTER WIN

Gosford's own world champion track cyclist Nick Yallouris has returned home after a team win overseas. He's already eyeing off his next gold medal opportunity - at the Commonwealth Games ...
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CRUSADERS WOMEN SECURE MINOR PREMIERSHIP

With two games to go - the Crusaders have locked up this year's minor premiership. Two wins in as many days last weekend has put them in good stead to face Manly at home before ...
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COAST’S SUMMER RACING CALENDAR OVERHAUL

This summer's horse racing calendar is set to undergo a major shake-up. The coast's biggest listed races will now take place over a three week period, with a record-breaking prize pool to match ...
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CHAMPIONS CROWNED AT JUNIOR STATE TITLES

Sydney's Max McGuigan has been crowned under 18 state surfing champion at the junior titles in Bonny Hills. Narrabeen's Sophia Chapman claimed the girls' title, while Avoca's Lennox Chell and Cronulla's Molly Picklum took out ...
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TOP SEEDS TRIUMPH AT GOSFORD GOLD

Local favourite Chloe Costelloe had a win in the Doubles in today's Gosford Gold Tournament Finals. In the Singles, both top seeds were victorious in straight sets ...
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WILKO DOWNS FEBRUARY TO MARCH ON

Meanwhile, Copacabana's Matt Wilkinson is through to Round Three at J-Bay, but not before some nervous moments against Michael February. An opening 6.17 was bettered by the local wildcard, before the World ratings leader posted ...
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ROOS CONSOLIDATE TOP SPOT

Wyong were too good for Terrigal in a top of the table clash over the weekend. The Roo's Jay Florimo named man of the match performance - in the 28 to 12 win. With just four ...
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OURIMBAH DOMINATES AVOCA IN ROUND 13

In round 13 of Central Coast Rugby Union, Terrigal beat Gosford, Kariong enjoyed a convincing win over Hornsby, Woy Woy thrashed Lakes, while Ourimbah strengthened its position in the top four, beating Avoca Beach ...
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LOCAL TENNIS TALENT TO FACE AMERICAN PRO

At Gosford Tennis courts today all eyes were on the ladies competing in the Gold Australian Money Tournament. Number 1 seed Asia Mohummad currently ranked 135 in the world, stole the show at day one ...
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COAST CAMP WILL EN-SHAW SUCCESS

Peninsula Leisure Centre has been the base this week for the State's best junior swimmers. Under Coach Jon Shaw, the Emerging Talent Squad comprised 28 athletes, including Mingara star Shaye Booth ...
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MCDERMOTT IN GREAT NIC AHEAD OF WORLD UNI GAMES

Central Coast High Jumper Nicola McDermott is in career best form ahead of next month's World University Games. The 20 year-old set a new personal best this week, clearing one-metre 89, on her third attempt ...
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PADDLING TOWARDS THE HAWAIIAN COAST

After putting away his board for more than a decade, Ryan Quick is preparing for a comeback on the international stage. The Bateau Bay father paddling his way into the Molokai Paddle Board World Championships ...
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SHAKE-UP FOR BLACK DIAMOND AFL

Black Diamond AFL looks set for a dramatic overhaul. Multiple sides - including two from the Central Coast - may be promoted next year as the competition moves into a controversial 11-team format ...
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NAIDOC TOUCHES LOCAL COMMUNITY THROUGH SPORT

A touch tournament with a twist was held in Woongarrah today, with participants celebrating indigenous heritage. Close to 200 players hit the field for a day of competition and community spirit ...
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DE SILVA LINING UP FOR THE MARINERS NEXT SEASON

The Mariners are bolstering their ranks, with the club signing young Australian star Daniel De Silva for the next three A-League seasons. The attacking midfielder has spent the past two years playing in the Dutch ...
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BEARS BREAK ROOS’ 12 GAME WINNING STREAK

The Wyong Roos' twelve game winning streak has come to an end. They met their match with the North Sydney Bears causing a 22 to 6 upset ...
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RIDING DIRTY IN THE MTB GRAND PRIX

More than 200 riders took on the ultimate test of endurance today in the Ourimbah State Forest. In the third round of the Mountain Bike Grand Prix, Newcastle brothers Jayden and Tristan Ward emerged overall ...
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BALDRY BACK FOR COLTS CLASH

Berkeley Vale will welcome back experienced forward James Baldry and five eighth Blake Taafe for its crucial clash against Kincumber. The Panthers are currently second, and face a Colts side chasing its third win in ...
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TEENAGER TO TACKLE WORLD’S TOUGHEST PADDLE

Copacabana's Callum Sutton is finalising preparations for the biggest race of his life. The multi-talented 16 year-old has qualified for the Molokai Paddle Board World Championships in Hawaii ...
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ROOS SHAPE UP FOR BEARS CLASH

A few key players could be missing from the Wyong Roos line up this weekend, as they take on North Sydney on home turf. Coach Rip Taylor is hoping the boys start strong unlike recent ...
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MARINERS COACH COAST’S YOUNGEST FOOTBALL STARS

The next generation of Central Coast football stars got a lesson from their idols today. Some of the Mariners taking time out to pass on their skills to young players at a school holiday clinic ...
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FLOORBALL A BIG HIT IN WOY WOY

It's not a well known sport, but teams from all over Australia are coming to the Central Coast this week to play floorball. Woy Woy is hosting the junior titles for a second year in ...
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KIDS MEET THEIR HEROES AT BASKETBALL CAMP

The Central Coast's best young basketballers lined up alongside legends of the game today in Gosford. An intensive basketball skills camp hosted by the Crusaders giving them a chance to learn from the best ...
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LEGENDS OF LEAGUE LACE BOOTS UP ONCE MORE

The stage is set at Central Coast Stadium for the rugby league comeback of the decade. More than a dozen legends of the game will strap on their boots once again, all while raising funds ...
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STATE GOLFING CHAMPS TEE OFF

More than 250 of the country's best golfers have tee'd off today at the junior state championships. The Central Coast District is out to defend its overall club title ...
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THRILLS AND SPILLS IN MOUNTAIN BIKE CHALLENGE

The best of the Central Coast's mountain bike riders have taken on the Ourimbah trails. It proved to be a day of spectacular jumps, tricks and the occasional collision with a tree ...
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ROOS SOAR OVER JETS HEADS

To rugby league, and the Wyong Roos have cruised through round 17 of the New South Wales Cup. After a second half comeback from the Newtown Jets, the Roos charged home with four unanswered tries ...
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AMEE’S BACK BABY!

After becoming a Mum late last year, former World Tour surfer Amee Donohoe has returned to competition. She recently won the New South Wales Over 35s, and will now chase an Aussie Title next month ...
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BOWLING FOR BETTER PERFORMANCE ON PITCH

A University of Newcastle honours student is combining his love of sport with science, one cricket ball at a time. He's exploring what fatigue does to the body of a fast bowler ...
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KING HAS NEED FOR SPEED

Luke King has rebuilt his car's engine, in a bid for more speed ahead of Round Two of the Toyota 86 Series in Townsville. He's currently seventh after a dramatic season opener at Phillip Island ...
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NEW LOOK MARINERS SIDE HIT PRE-SEASON TRAINING

Some fresh faces have hit the Mariners' training paddock this week. Coach Paul Okon is hopeful a fresh line-up will result in greater success for the club when the A-League season kicks off in October ...
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MARINERS TO FACE JETS IN ROUND 1 BLOCKBUSTER

The 2017/18 A-League draw has been released, and the stage is set for a Round 1 showdown between the Mariners and Jets. Recruits Ben Kennedy and Andrew Hoole won't have to wait long to face ...
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BOWLING CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS

The state's best female bowlers hit the green in Ettalong today, competing to become the champion of champions. Close to 90 players from every club in the state will compete over the four-day event ...
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THE SKY’S THE LIMIT FOR PANTHERS

To local rugby league, and Berkeley Vale coach Alex Moore is hoping the Panthers can maintain their momentum after almost toppling table leaders Wyong. The side now sits only three points behind the Roos ...
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CRUSADERS NERVOUS AFTER BACK-TO-BACK LOSSES

To basketball and the Central Coast Crusaders are nervous ahead of their clash with Bankstown this weekend. The team is heading to Sydney - after failing to secure a win over the Bears on Saturday ...
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ROOS RALLY FOR SECOND SUCCESSIVE DRAW

Berkeley Vale almost pulled off the upset of the year against Wyong at the weekend. A converted try in the final minutes, enough for the premiers to salvage a second successive draw ...
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COACH SAYS WILKO NOW THE COMPLETE PACKAGE

Coach Glenn Micro Hall says Matt Wilkinson's win in Fiji is the proudest moment of the surfer's career. The Copacabana goofy footer will now wear the yellow leaders jersey on the South African leg of ...
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YOUNG TENNIS STARS BATTLE IT OUT IN GOSFORD

Some of the best young tennis players in New South Wales were competing in Gosford today for the Ken Rosewall and Lesley Bowrey Cups. The talent on show includes one of the Central Coast's own ...
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KAYAKERS SPLASH INTO BRISBANE WATER

Manly's Brett Greenwood has taken out the seventh stage of the Paddle New South Wales Marathon Series in Davistown today. Close to 200 competitors hit the water across 11 divisions ...
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STAND UP PADDLE BOARD QUEEN READY TO DEFEND TOP SPOT

Feeling at the top of her game, Central Coast stand up paddleboarder Terrene Black is preparing to tackle her next overseas competitions. The Toowoon Bay Lifeguard is curently on top of the AAP World Tour ...
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MARINERS W-LEAGUE TEAM STILL ON CARDS

The Mariners are still forging ahead with plans for a W-League team, despite their bid being pushed back by 12-months. One of their top priorities is to ensure Central Coast Stadium is brought up to ...
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HIARIEJ TOUCHES DOWN ON CENTRAL COAST

The Mariners' first international import for the upcoming season has met his teammates at an informal training session this morning. Officials are hoping Tom Hiariej will play a pivotal role both on and off the ...
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MATT FORMSTON’S SWITCH FROM BIKE TO BOARD

Paralympic cyclist Matt Formston is on track to claim a new national title, but this time he's riding the waves. The 38-year-old is heading up the coast to compete at the Australian Adaptive Surfing Titles ...
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ROOS HOP TO 11 GAME WINNING STREAK

The Wyong Roos have solidified their position at the top of the table, after a 16-point win over Illawarra. The victory brings the Roos winning streak to 11 games in a row ...
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BLACK DIAMOND GOAL OF YEAR??

Despite a narrow loss to Cardiff in Round 10 of the Black Diamond AFL, Killarney Vale Coach and star forward Scott Reed has a continued his outstanding form. The former Collingwood Magpie booted four for ...
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TERRIFIC TIGERS TROUNCE EAGLES

The Entrance produced its finest performance of the season in yesterday's match of the round against Erina. After trailing early, The Tigers scored eight unanswered tries - including a hat-trick for star fullback Grant Nelson ...
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