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CENTRAL COAST CYCLING DUO ON TRACK TO RIO

Central Coast para-cycling champs Matt Formtson and Mick Curran say they’re hungry for more wins, after being crowned with their 10th national title. The pair will head to New Zealand for more racing this weekend, as they accrue more points for the Rio Paralympics. Read More »

MOYES SILVER MEDAL HIGHLIGHT OF CAREER

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Terrigal’s Jack Moyes has described his silver in the Board Race at the Australian Championships as the highlight of his lifesaving career. The 22-year old will resume training in July in preparation for next Summer’s Ironman Series.   Read More »

WYONG CAPTAIN TO LEAD NEW SOUTH WALES

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Wyong’s Mitch Williams has been named hooker and Captain of the New South Wales Cup representative side. The team will face Queensland Residents in Brisbane on Sunday.   Read More »

LAST HURRAH FOR HUTCH

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Mariners foundation player John Hutchinson has made his 228th and final appearance for the yellow and navy. But his side was no match for Melbourne Victory – who secured the Premiers Plate with a three-one win.   Read More »

SOUTHERN ETTALONG AND UMINA SHARE THRILLING DRAW

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Only one fixture in the National Premier League went ahead, and after an eight year break, the rivalry between Umina and Southern Ettalong recommenced in spectacular fashion. Read More »

ROSE AND KALIK TO WEAR THE GREEN AND GOLD

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Congratulations are in order for the Central Coast’s Liam Rose and Anthony Kalik, after being selected for the Young Socceroos. The pair will make up the squad to face New Zealand in a series of international friendlies next month.   Meantime… In a statement by the club this afternoon, the Mariners have announced striker Travis Major will leave the club. Major only joined the squad in January this year, he’ll now return to his former club Blacktown City FC to compete in the PS4 New South Wales comp. Read More »

EMOTIONS SINKING IN AHEAD OF HUTCHINSON’S FINAL MATCH

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Meanwhile Hutchinson says it’s finally sinking in that his playing career is coming to an end. The captain is preparing to run out for the final time against Melbourne Victory on Sunday. Read More »

MASKELL WINS STATE SUP SURFING DOUBLE

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Wamberal’s Harry Maskell has starred at the New South Wales SUP Surfing Championships. The 16 year old dominated the Open final, finishing five points clear of his nearest rival, and capped the weekend by claiming the double, with victory in the under-21 division.   Read More »

SHARKS CEMENT TOP SPOT WINNING THIRD ON TROT

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Terrigal is one of three teams to remain undefeated in Central Coast rugby league. The Sharks were too powerful for Berkeley Vale; notching up its third successive win 24 to six.   Read More »

BEAU SCOTT RELEASED FROM KNIGHTS, TO JOIN EELS

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Kangaroos back-rower Beau Scott will be released from the final two years of his contract with the Newcastle Knights, on compassionate grounds. It means he’s free to officially sign a three year deal with Parramatta. He joined the Knights in 2013, after a move from St George, and has been one of the club’s most consistent players. “We wish Beau the very best for his future, both personally and professionally, and look forward to him returning to the field and leading our team throughout the remainder of this season,” CEO Matt Gidley said. The 30-year-old, who is currently sidelined with an ankle injury, said it was a difficult decision, but one he made for his family. “Our family situation changed significantly following our move to Newcastle,” Scott said. “For this reason alone we have decided it is in the best ... Read More »

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