COAST SUP SURFERS PROGRESS AT SUNSET

Central Coast pair Harry Maskell and Terrene Black have secured a berth in round three of the APP World Tour stand up paddle boarding event at Sunset Beach in Hawaii. Maskell finished second with a ...
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BERRY SURE TO BE PICKED

The Mariners have named Micky Neill in an extended 18 man squad, ahead of its clash with Melbourne Victory. Coach Paul Okon says Adam Berry is the obvious choice to fill the void left by ...
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MATT AND MANN HAVE A PLAN

Matt Formston, who has a visual impairment, will take part in an expression session at the Australian Boardriders Battle in Newcastle, with assistance from renowned surfer Samba Mann. The inspirational father of two, has also ...
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ROOS PREPARE FOR FINAL PRESEASON TRIAL

The Wyong Roos are gearing up for their final pre season trial ahead of the New South Wales Cup season opener. Last weekend the side beat reigning champions Illawara by 12 points. "you're there for ...
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CENTRAL COAST SKATERS READY TO FLY AT BATHURST

Hurtling down hills at 100 kilometres an hour isn't everyone's idea of fun... but for several Central Coast daredevils it's second nature. This afternoon, the region's best skateboarders arrived in Bathurst... for the International DownHill ...
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CENTRAL COAST SURFERS NOMINATED FOR SURFING AUSTRALIA AWARDS

Two Central Coast surfers have made the cut for this year's Australian surfing awards. It's been an incredible 12 months for Copa's Matt Wilkinson - nominated for Male Surfer of the Year. While Macy Callaghan ...
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CENTRAL COAST CRICKETERS BOWLING OVER THE OPPOSITION

As women's cricket breaks new boundaries, three Central Coast juniors are dreaming of a future in the green and gold. Fresh from a successful campaign at the national titles, the trio will head to Brisbane ...
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MARINERS CHASING FOURTH CLEAN SHEET FOR THE SEASON

Still on the A-league, and the Mariners will be chasing their fourth consecutive win on Sunday. The yellow and navy will also be looking for their fourth clean sheet of the season. After going a ...
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STRONGWOMAN MARTHA TEVITA READY FOR WORLDS

Central Coast Strongwoman Martha Tevita has the hopes of a nation on her shoulders. The 27 year old will be Australia's sole representative at next month's Arnold Classic World Championships in Ohio ...
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MARINERS OPEN CONTRACT TALKS WITH ROY O’DONOVAN

The Central Coast Mariners have been forced into action with A-League clubs circling several key off contract players. It comes as the side kept its finals hope alive following another impressive win over the weekend ...
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PAPADATOS WINS VICTORIAN OPEN

Central Coast golfer Dimitrios Papadatos has taken out the Victorian Open. On a cold and windy day, his approach shot on the 15th on the Barwon Heads Links Course, put him in a commanding position ...
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IVORY COASTS TO WIN

Newcastle cyclist Cameron Ivory has taken out the Super Crits at Ourimbah University Campus at the weekend. The event is held on a two kilometre circuit consisting of 40 minutes plus two laps, and attracted ...
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O’DONOVAN DOUBLE SECURES TREBLE

Irishman Roy O'Donovan was named man of the match, scoring a brace in the Mariners' surprise two-nil win over the Wanderers. Paul Okon's men made it three in a row, and edged closer to the ...
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AVOCA WINS SLSCC BRANCH CHAMPS

Avoca finally knocked off Terrigal to claim surf lifesaving's Branch Championships. But it was Umina's Jemma Smith who really stood out at Ocean Beach today, claiming a massive 12 gold medals ...
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CENTRAL COAST JUNIOR NAMED CYCLIST OF THE YEAR

A junior cyclist on the Central Coast has taken out one of the sport's top awards in her age group. Liliya Tatarinoff has returned home after claiming the New South Wales' Under-11 Girls Cyclist of ...
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KING OF CONCRETE TAKES OFF IN FIRST YEAR AT BATO YARD

It was high rolling action today at Bateau Bay. Hundreds of juniors put the hot temperatures behind them for the inaugural King of Concrete at Bato Yard Skate Park. Drawing in competitors from as far ...
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ROOS SKIPPER GETS CALL UP TO THE ROOSTERS

Following another stand-out New South Wales Cup season in 20-16, Wyong Skipper Mitch Williams has been recalled into the Sydney Roosters set up. The 28 year-old is set to play in their trial with the ...
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MIXED FORTUNES FOR CENTRAL COAST SURFERS

Mixed results for Central Coast surfers at the Great Lakes Pro today. North Shelly's Riley Laing progressed but Saxon Lumsden wasn't so lucky. Avoca's Macy Callaghan is the Coast's only woman still in the draw ...
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BATEAU BAY’S JONTE PATTISON LEADING THE CHARGE

From one of cricket's rising stars to another... Bateau Bay's Jonte Pattison is starring for New South Wales in the National Indigenous Cricket Championships in Alice Springs. "New South Wales won it last year so ...
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LAUREN SMITH SHOOTING FOR THE STARS

As women's cricket continues to grow in popularity, Central Coast product Lauren Smith's star is also on the rise. The 20-year-old has helped the Sydney Sixers to their maiden big bash title, and rates this ...
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CENTRAL COAST SURFERS RIP AT GREAT LAKES PRO

Central Coast surfers have dominated day two at the Great Lakes Pro, with Avoca's Dane Atcheson and Macy Callaghan leading the charge. 16-year-old Kirra-Belle Olsson secured the highest scoring wave of the opening round, with ...
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RELIEF FOR KWABENA APPIAH

There's reports off contract Mariners keeper Paul Izzo is looking to return to his hometown club Adelaide United. It comes as another of the club's young guns, Kwabena Appiah reveals his relief at finally scoring ...
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CENTRAL COAST SURFERS DOMINATE AT GREAT LAKES PRO

Avoca's Dane Atcheson and Caleb Tancred will face off in Round Two of the Great Lakes Pro tomorrow, while Josh Hay has already progressed to round three. The Copacbana product making it look easy in ...
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MARLINS FINISHING WITH WET SAIL

The Central Coast are finishing the New South Wales Baseball season in style. Despite being out of play-off contention, the Marlins came from behind yesterday to upset Cronulla five-two ...
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IZZO IMPECCABLE IN THE CAPITAL

The Mariners late season charge for the finals continued, following a two-one win over The Reds in the Nations Capital. Goal keeper Paul Izzo made several outstanding saves and overcame a concussion scare to be ...
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YOUNG CHAMPIONS IN NATIONAL TRYATHLON SERIES

The second leg of the national Kids Tryathlon got off to a strong start today on the Central Coast. And while many medals were handed out, organisers say the day was about completion not competition ...
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CENTRAL COAST CLEANS UP IN SURF BOAT SERIES

The Central Coast has dominated the Streets Surf Boat Series, with local clubs claiming gold, silver and bronze in the six round competition against the Hunter. Avoca took out the top honours with talented young ...
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NO PAIN NO GAIN FOR MARINERS

Mariners left winger Connor Pain believes his side can make a late charge for the finals. The squad will hold its final session tomorrow morning, ahead of a home game against Adelaide in the Nation's ...
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CALLAGHAN GOES VIA CHINA TO QUALIFY FOR KONA

Dean Callaghan is the latest in a prestigious list of Central Coast athletes to qualify for the Hawaiian Ironman. He'll compete in the 30 to 34 age group in the legendary event in October ...
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CENTRAL COAST SURFERS TO FACE OFF AT TWEED

They are best friends, but tomorrow Macy Callaghan and Kirra-belle Ollson will face off in Round three of the Tweed Coast Pro. In small, choppy conditions, the World Junior Champion worked hard to claim a ...
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NORTH SHELLY SENDS TEAM TO SURFEST TEAM CHALLENGE

North Shelly board riders has entered a 'master and apprentices' squad into this weekend's Surfest Orica Team Challenge. Club legend Russ Molony will join young guns Jackson Roberts and Wade Clemens ...
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FABIO FERREIRA CONFIDENT AHEAD OF ADELAIDE GAME

While five mariners players have been hard at work with the Olyroos, the rest of the squad has been preparing for Sunday's game with Adelaide United ...
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THE OLYROOS HIT THE CENTRAL COAST FOR CAMP

Twenty six of the A-league's brightest young stars have spent the past three days at an Olyroos training camp on the Central Coast. Among them, five Mariners players who were hoping to impress ...
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JOSH BINGHAM PLAYS DOWN GAME CHANGING GOAL

Mariners striker Josh Bingham says it was an incredible feeling scoring in their 2- nil win over Perth Glory. Despite Irish star Roy O'Donovan being back from suspension this week, Bingham hopes he can still ...
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EAGLE WARRIORS WIN NINES THRILLER

The Jason Annear Shield is heading overseas for the first time....The Eagle Warriors downing the Newcastle All Blacks in the final seconds to secure the title. Earlier in the day, the Fijian side had to ...
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HEALEY HOME TO NURTURE FUTURE STARS

He won three Doubles titles, represented Australia in the Hopman Cup and coached Lleyton Hewitt, but now Nathan Healey is back where it all began. The 36 year-old is running Gosford Tennis Centre, and is ...
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HISTORIC VICTORY FOR MOGUL MATT

To Moguls skiing now, and Narara's Matt Graham made it a historic Aussie double in Calgary...joining Britt Cox on top of the podium. The 22-year-old watched two-time World Champion Mikael Kingsbury post an 83 point-nine, ...
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CENTRAL COAST MARINERS MOVE UP FROM BOTTOM OF THE A-LEAGUE LADDER

And Mariners coach Paul Okon believes last night's result was just rewards for his side's recent performances. Just as impressive for the boss as the two goals - keeping a clean sheet ...
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COMM GAMES IS NEXT ENGLISH ASSIGNMENT

Boxer Josh English returned from overseas, and is now focused on one of the biggest years of his career. The 24 year-old is determined to secure a place on the Commonwealth Games team ...
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OKON TO OPT FOR BINGHAM

After a draw and a win against Perth Glory, Paul Okon is quietly confident ahead of tomorrow's clash in Gosford. With Roy O'Donovan suspended, Josh Bingham looks set to make just his third appearance of ...
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MACY CALLAGHAN TAKES JUNIOR TITLE AT CRONULLA

Avoca's Macy Callaghan has continued her stellar start to 2017, taking out the Cronulla junior pro. Callaghan cruised to victory over Bodhi Leigh-Jones, posting a two wave total of 12.50. It was the 16 year ...
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MATILDAS GREAT JULIE DOLAN SUPPORTS MARINERS W-LEAGUE BID

Football legend Julie Dolan has thrown her support behind the Central Coast Mariners W-league bid for the 2017/18 season. The International Football School mentor believes it could lead to great opportunities for our home grown ...
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WILKO AND ACE BACK FOR THE BOARDRIDERS BATTLE

World Tour Surfers Matt Wilkinson and Adrian Buchan will surf for Avoca at the Australian Boardriders Battle at Newcastle Beach next month. The grassroots club pulling out all the stops as they fight for the ...
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MARINERS YOUTH MISS DECIDER

Five Central Coast players were named in the Olyroos squad this afternoon, for a three day training camp in Gosford next week. Meanwhile, the Mariners Youth team missed its chance to qualify for the Grand ...
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BRAD’S BRILLIANT START TO YEAR

Shelly Beach teenager Brad Woodward has made a brilliant start to the New Year. The 18 year-old recently broke two Open records at the Australian Pool Rescue Championships, and he starred for New South Wales ...
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MACY BACKS UP KIAMA WIN AT CARVE PRO

Newly crowned junior surfing champion Macy Callaghan has backed up her Kiama win and taken out the Carve Pro at Maroubra today. The Avova champ came into the QS 1,000 event as the number two ...
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MATT GRAHAM FOURTH IN QUEBEC

Central Coast skier Matt Graham has narrowly missed out on a podium finish in the Mogul Skiing World Cup in Canada. Graham made the top six going into today's finals and is happy with fourth ...
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TERRIGAL SHARKS DIVE INTO ACTION

The Terrigal Sharks have a new weapon to add to their 2017 rugby league attack. In a shock move, Jamy Forbes will coach the side... jumping ship after 16 years with the Tigers ...
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CAHILL BRACE SINKS MARINERS

The Mariners lost their third successive match, going down two-one to Melbourne City last night. Coach Paul Okon praised his side, the yellow and navy playing the majority of the match with 10-men, after a ...
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TAME TARGETS AUSSIE TRIFECTA

Olympic Bronze medallist Lachlan Tame is back in training and focused on the year ahead. He's aiming for a trifecta at the Aussie Lifesaving Titles, while another goal is to qualify for the World Kayaking ...
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