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MOYES DOMINATES AT COAST CARNIVAL

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Surf lifesavers hit the sand at Terrigal Beach today, for the annual East Coast Surf Festival. The event invites clubs from all over the region to compete in preparation for upcoming branch, state and national titles. Read More »

GOSFORD COUNCIL WINS LIFEGUARD CHALLENGE

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Meantime Gosford City Council has taken out the Central Coast’s annual lifeguard challenge for the third year in a row. The reigning champs had the home advantage at Terrigal Beach last night and secured another win over northern rivals, Wyong. Read More »

MARINERS TO FAREWELL HUTCH AT END OF SEASON

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Central Coast Mariner’s captain, John Hutchinson, says telling his team mates he was retiring was one of the hardest things he’s ever done. The football veteran made the announcement public yesterday, but will play until the end of this A-League season. Read More »

NOTHING BUT GOLD FOR BRADLEY WOODWARD

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His performance at the state swimming titles delivered the kind of success other athletes can only dream of, and Mingara’s Bradley Woodward shows no sign of slowing down. The 16-year-old swimmer has now turned his focus to doing the same at national level. Read More »

JOHN HUTCHINSON ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT

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The Central Coast Mariners have confirmed captain John Hutchinson will retire at the end of the season. The 35 year-old is one of the A-League’s last remaining foundation players, and has been integral to the success of the Mariners since their inception. The club legend is eyeing off a career in coaching, but says for now, his focus is on the remainder of the current campaign. Read More »

WILLIAMS REAPING REWARDS WITH THE ROOSTERS

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After playing a starring role for the Wyong Roos in the New South Wales Cup last season, skipper Mitch Williams is reaping the rewards. The 27 year old’s set to line up for the Sydney Roosters in this weekend’s Auckland Nines. Read More »

GOSFORD POISED FOR LIFEGUARD CHALLENGE

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The Central Coast’s annual lifeguard challenge is heating up, with the two councils set to do battle on Terrigal Beach this Friday night. The Gosford team has won the regional competition two years-in-a-row, and lifeguards say they’re ready to secure a third. Read More »

MARINERS FORMER ROOS PREDICT CLUB TO BOUNCE BACK

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Meanwhile the Socceroos’ contingent of former Mariners players  believe the club can bounce back from its slow start to the season. Following the club’s loss to Sydney, goalkeeper Mat Ryan says he believes the campaign is far from over. “It’s not nice seeing the club where it’s at at the moment in terms of results and that sort of thing, but they’re a great bunch of boys and I can never question the character of the guys and i’m pretty confident they’re going to turn it around and start putting in some good performances.” Defender Trent Sainsbury made his debut for the club against the Jets in Newcastle, and is looking forward to a warmer reception tonight when he runs out for Australia. “Yeah it will be nice. I’ve copped a lot of stick in the past from Newcastle fans, ... Read More »

MARINERS SUNK BY SCINTILLATING SYDNEY

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Central Coast Mariners coach Phil Moss says his side only have themselves to blame for last night’s 4 goal thrashing at the hands of Sydney FC. The home side were riddled with errors and struggled to contain a renewed Sydney attack, in a night charged with plenty of emotion. Read More »

AVOCA FALL SHORT OF MAKING NATIONAL BOARD RIDERS TEAMS FINAL

Avoca fell just short of making the final at the Australian Boardriders Battle, going down by less than three points at North Cronulla Beach this afternoon. [Notes:3'45'08"] After a slow start in the five man team event, final surfer Adrian Buchan needed an eight point ride, but could only produce a six. [Notes:3'55'01"] “Y’know I thought that wave was going to give me the opportunity, but not quite and that’s the way it goes when you’re dealing with the ocean.” The team’s title was won by Coffs Harbour, who just edged out Joel Parkinson’s Snapper Rocks. Read More »

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