ENGLISH TO FACE MUAY THAI FIGHTER IN PRO DEBUT

Central Coast boxer Josh English is two sleeps away from making his pro debut. He will face a Thai fighter with a niche specialty ...
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TOM HIARIEJ NAMED SKIPPER FOR ADELAIDE CLASH

The pressure is on for the Mariners to pull off back-to-back home game wins tomorrow night. Coach Paul Okon is confident the squad can repeat last week's energy-filled performance ...
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CYCLISTS GEARING UP FOR THE JUNIOR TRACK OPEN

The Central Coast Cycling Club's youngest members have squeezed in some last-minute training ahead of the junior track open on Saturday. Cyclists from New South Wales will line up at the Gosford Velodrome, for a ...
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MARINERS STRIVE FOR THIRD CONSECUTIVE CLEAN SHEET

Mariners fullback Jake McGing says the squad must maintain focus leading into Thursday's clash with Adelaide. With a win under its belt, the team's main aim is to have a clean sheet for the third ...
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HOOLE HOPING FOR WINNING STREAK

After stunning the champions last Friday night, Andrew Hoole believes it could be the start of a Mariners winning streak. The squad returned to training this morning ahead of a clash with a desperate Adelaide ...
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BEST WIN OF CAREER FOR COAST GOLFER

Shelly Beach golfer Jordan Garner has returned to the Coast after the biggest win of his career. The teenager, who has just completed his HSC, shot a staggering 15-under par to claim the Federal Open ...
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MARINERS TRIUMPH OVER SYDNEY FC

The Central Coast have pulled off a massive upset, beating the reigning A-League champions, Sydney FC, 2-nil overnight. It's the Mariners first win this season, and the first time since early 20-14 they've beaten the ...
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FINAL PREPARATIONS FOR MOGUL MATT

Matt Graham departs for Finland next week, for the final preparations of his Winter Olympics campaign. With 10 podium finishes, and four wins, he'll be one of the favourites in the Moguls event in South ...
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COUNTDOWN TO KICK OFF WITH KWAS

The Champions and ladder leaders Sydney FC are in town for a Friday night A-League Blockbuster. Former Mariners star striker Adam Kwasnik says the start is absolutely crucial, and he believes the yellow and navy ...
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MARINERS V SYD: KENNEDY IN, BARO PROBABLY NOT

The Mariners have confirmed Storm Roux (ROO) will be out of action for the next week, while he's on duties with the New Zealand world qualifying team. Meantime, coach Paul Okon is set to make ...
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WELTERWEIGHT CHAMP RIDES WAVE OF SUCCESS

Fresh from being crowned Australian Welterweight Boxing Champion of the Year, Kaye Scott is back training on the Central Coast. Thanks to her weekend win, she'll now be strapping on the gloves at the 2018 ...
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MARINERS: ARNIE’S SQUAD A THORN IN ROSE’S SIDE

It'll be a tough fight for the Central Coast looking to climb the A-League ladder. Lingering towards the bottom of the rung, the Mariners are preparing to work hard when they face competition front runners ...
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AUSTRALIAN STRONGMAN ON SONG FOR ANOTHER WIN

A Central Coast local has won the Australian Strongman title in Melbourne. Eddie Williams will next compete against the best in the world at the 2018 Arnold Sports Strongman titles in Melbourne and while he's ...
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SMITH HITS THE TRIFECTA

Umina's Jemma Smith has hit the trifecta in the last week. The teenager won the opening round of the Ironwoman Series, completed her HSC and has now been recognised at the Surf Lifesaving Australia Awards ...
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PEARSALL BACK IN TIGER TOWN

The Entrance has snared the first big name in the off season with former Tigers junior Will Pearsall returning to the club. The 22-year old play-maker made three first grade appearances for the Knights in ...
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KENNEDY CRUCIAL ON DEBUT

The Mariners have climbed to seventh on the A-League ladder, after earning a point in Brisbane. Ben Kennedy made several crucial saves on debut, none more so than deep in stoppage time ...
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BATTLE FOR THE FLOORBALL CUP BEGINS

Three Central Coast woman will represent Australia in Floorball, as the first round of a statewide competition got underway in Woy Woy today. The sport has been described as hockey without a puck...and it's growing ...
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OKON REFUSES TO RULE ROUX OUT

Mariners' right back Storm Roux is keeping everyone guessing, ahead of tomorrow's clash against Brisbane Roar. Roux sat out from training yesterday but coach Paul Okon is yet to officially rule him out ...
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MACY’S WORLD TOUR DREAM WELL IN REACH

Macy Callaghan is one win away from her world tour dream, after blitzing her round six heat at the season-ending Port Stephens Pro. The 17-year-old almost doubled her opponents total score, to progress through to ...
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STAR SPINNER SMITH RE-SIGNED BY SIXERS

Central Coast cricket star Lauren Smith has been re-signed by the Sydney Sixers ahead of Women's Big Bash League Three. The 21 year-old spin bowler is confident the reigning champions will be even stronger. The ...
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CARMICHAEL CLOSER TO WORLD TOUR BERTH

Avoca's Wade Carmichael has had a day to remember at Sunset Beach. The 25 year-old was runner-up at the HIC Pro, bolstering his chances of qualifying for the World Tour. (Image courtesy of WSL / ...
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CASSIE IN CAREER BEST FORM

Woy Woy swimmer Cassie Van Breugel has returned to the Coast following the best meet of her career. The 23-year old narrowly missed a podium finish at the National Short Course Championships and is now ...
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WOMENS NINES COMP COMING TO CENTRAL COAST

Women's rugby league is continuing to grow, with the Central Coast seen as a hot spot for talent. As a result, the Country Rugby League has decided to expand a Hunter Valley Nines competition down ...
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WADE SCORES NEAR PERFECT WAVE

Avoca's Wade Carmichael has surfed close to perfection in his round three heat at the HIC Pro in Hawaii. This stunner blew the judges away...notching up a 9.67. He finished with a heat score of ...
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MP LIESL TESCH SAILS INTO HALL OF FAME

Olympic gold medallist Liesl Tesch will be inducted into the Australian Sailing Hall of Fame this week at a ceremony in Sydney. The Gosford MP will be joined by sailing team mate Daniel Fitzgibbon. The ...
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STRAIGHT TALKING AUSSIE CURLING TEAM VOW TO DEFEAT JAPAN

Australia takes on Hong Kong tonight, in day one of the Asia-Pacific Curling Championships at Erina. And today's last minute training has given the side a much-needed morale boost ...
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MORALE BOOST FOR MARLINS AFTER FIVE-RUN WIN

The Central Coast Marlins are back in fine form after a shaky start to the New South Wales Baseball League season. They face Cronulla tonight, still on a high after their 5-nil win against Baulkham ...
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HIARIEJ SAYS MARINERS ON TRACK FOR A WIN

Mariners midfielder Tom Hiariej says his team are itching to notch up their first A-League win of the season when they take on the last-placed Brisbane Roar this weekend. Despite being a battle of the ...
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BRENDAN O’HAGAN SIGNS WITH THE RAIDERS

Berkeley Vale's Brendan O'Hagan has signed with the Canberra Raiders. Bolstered by his strong performances in Country Rugby League this year, he makes the big move to the bush capital tomorrow ...
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ANOTHER WIN SLIPS AWAY FOR MARINERS

Despite another draw, Mariners skipper Alan Baro is remaining positive about the team's progress. He says trust is continuing to build within the squad, and that its first win shouldn't be far away ...
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CENTRAL COAST SEVENS HIGHLIGHTS

Highlights from the 2017 Central Coast Rugby Sevens. Australia won the men's and women's finals at the ninth annual tournament, with Emma Sykes and John Porch receiving the prestigious MVP awards. (Filmed by multi award ...
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PEARLS AND THUNDERBOLTS TRIUMPH

The Australians made it a golden double in the Finals of the Central Coast Rugby Sevens. The Men's team downed the Fiji Barbarians in a thriller, while Rio champions The Pearls were too good for ...
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MARINERS EARN POINT AFTER PAIN PEARLER

The Mariners had to settle for a point in last night's clash with Melbourne Victory. Connor Pain opened the scoring with a stunning strike, but that was matched by a superb set-piece finish from Leroy ...
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JEMMA SMITH WINS IRONWOMAN SERIES OPENER

A stunning ski paddle from Umina's Jemma Smith has seen her power to victory in the opening round of the revamped surf ironwoman series in Sydney this afternoon. After mowing down the far more experienced ...
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ARON SHERRIFF’S NAILBITING STATE SINGLES WIN

Central Coast bowler Aron Sherriff has taken out the New South Wales State Singles Championship. His three-point win caps off a career-defining week at Ettalong Bowling Club ...
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MACY KNOCKED OUT IN WHITE BUFFALO SEMI-FINALS

Central Coast surfer Macy Callaghan has been knocked out of the semi-finals at the White Buffalo Women's Pro in Japan. Up against South Africa's Bianca Buitendag, Callaghan took chance after chance in rough conditions. Her ...
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GOLD MEDAL OLYMPIANS BLITZ SEVENS FIELD

The Aussie Pearls have kept their opposition scoreless today, winning all three games at the Central Coast Sevens. The Olympic Gold Medallists are tipped to take out this year's competition ...
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SAY HELLO TO CENTRAL COAST UNITED

There's a new football side for the Central Coast to follow, with former Mariner Dean Heffernan launching a state league squad. He's focusing on promoting home grown talent ...
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SHERRIFF INTO SEMIS AFTER STUNNING COMEBACK

Aron Sherriff staged a stunning comeback at the State Lawn Bowls Championships this afternoon. Down 15-10 against Ray Pearse, the Ettalong star stormed home 31 to 19 to advance to the semis ...
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VAN BREUGEL SEVENTH IN STELLAR FIELD

After setting a new personal best in the heats, Woy Woy's Cassie Van Breugel qualified for the 100-metres Breaststroke Final, at the Australian Short Course Championships in Adelaide. Swimming from lane eight in the blue ...
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MARINERS HOPING FOR LUCKY 13TH

The Mariners will have a golden opportunity to beat Melbourne Victory for the first time in 13 matches on Sunday night. Star recruit Andrew Hoole returns, while their opponents will be missing the greatest goal ...
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COASTIES UP FOR ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

Two Central Coast sports stars are in the running to be named the state's male athlete of the year. Riley Fitzsimmons and Nick Yallouris have both represented Australia this year and brought home gold medals ...
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TEN-PIN BOWLER THRILLED TO PLAY IN NATIONAL COMP

A Central Coast ten-pin bowler has just been selected to represent New South Wales in the 2018 National Disability Championship. Kallan Strong has autism and ADHD, and he's racked up over 50 medals in the ...
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ERINA ICE RINK PREPARING FOR CURLING CHAMPIONSHIPS

Preparations are already underway at the Erina Ice Rink after it was chosen to host the prestigious Asia-Pacific Curling Championships. In just a week's time, teams from all over the world will travel to the ...
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MAN OF MATCH BRAMA ONLY ROOM TO IMPROVE

After yet another last minute loss the Mariners are re-focusing on climbing up the A-League ladder. Midfielder Wout Brama says morale has started to drop but that won't stop the team's fighting spirit ...
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PORT MISS OUT ON STATE TRIPLES TITLE

Port City Bowling Club has missed out on a state lawn bowls title, going down to Belrose in this afternoon's State Triples final in Ettalong. Bryce Stewart, Callum Murray & Jack Lewis all held on ...
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COMMUNITY MOURNS LOSS OF WATERPOLO LIFE MEMBER

The Central Coast sporting community is in mourning following the sudden loss of David Isaacs. The 49 year-old father of three suffered a medical episode at Ocean Beach on Sunday and despite the efforts of ...
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COAST PAIR SENT PACKING IN PORTUGAL

Both Central Coast surfers were knocked out in Round Three in Portugal. World number five Matt Wilkinson fell to Italian Leo Fioravanti. Avoca's Adrian Buchan posted the third highest score of the round, but was ...
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COAST SWIMMERS SET FOR SHORT COURSE

Woy Woy will have two athletes at this week's Australian Short Course Championships. Norwegian Paralympian Adam Wenham and Cassandra Van Breugel will both be strong contenders in the Breaststroke events in Adelaide ...
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BRAMA BRILLIANT IN BEATEN TEAM

The Mariners suffered its second loss in three matches - going down to Perth last night. Paul Okon's men led for the majority of the match, following a superb finish by Dutchman Wout Brama, before ...
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