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KNIGHTS HAMMER WYONG IN THE NSW CUP

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The Knights first grade team didn’t have a Good Friday, but Easter Sunday has proved fruitful for the New South Wales Cup side. Wyong Roos fans didn’t have much to cheer about, this try to Tekina Vailea was the only time they crossed the line. In a side packed with NRL experience, it was former Kurri Bulldog Nathan Ross who crossed twice, as the Knights led 24-6 at half time. The carve up continued in the second half, this try to James Elias part of a 54 to six win. Read More »

ACADEMY BOYS TAKE GOLF HONOURS AT GAMES

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Four of the Central Coast’s up and coming young golfers have taken honours at the New South Wales academy of sport games. The boys showcased their best skills over two days at Wollongong last weekend. Read More »

MARINERS HUNGRY FOR VICTORY AGAINST THE REDS

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Berni Ibini says the disappointing loss to Seoul FC this week has made the Mariners more hungry for victory – in their do or die clash against Adelaide United tomorrow night. In sixth place, the reds are emerging as the dark horse of the competition. Read More »

HUTCH SCORES ACL OWN GOAL IN LOSS TO SEOUL FC

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Mariners captain John Hutchinson says last night was probably one of the worst moments of his career – after scoring an own goal to catapult Seoul FC to a one nil victory in the Asian Champions League. Read More »

RABBS’S FOOTY TIPS ROUND 7

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COAST BOXERS OFF TO COMMONWEALTH GAMES

Central Coast boxer Josh English says he’s still buzzing after claiming his second national title. The win all but guarantees the 21-year-old a spot on the Australian team for the Commonwealth Games. Read More »

‘CHANCES MUCH BETTER’ MARINERS V SEOUL IN ACL CLASH

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Mariners Coach Phil Moss says the club has strong belief – they can again get through to the second round of the Asian Champions League. They take on K league giants Seoul FC tomorrow night – and a win means their chances are looking good. Read More »

FALL-OUT CONTINUES AS FORMER MARINERS FITNESS COACH LEAVES J-LEAGUE

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The fall-out at J-League club Vegalta Sendai continues, with former Mariners conditioning coach Andrew Clark also reportedly parting ways. Japanese media reports Clark has left the club, less than a week after the shock departure of head coach Graham Arnold. There’s rumours Arnold could be heading back to the A-League, with the possibility of coaching positions at Newcastle, Perth and Sydney FC. Read More »

MARINERS UPSET ROAR AT HOME

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Mariners coach Phil Moss has praised his players, saying they came close to perfection during their win over Brisbane. The reigning champions beat the home side 2-nil. Read More »

BIG WAVES FOR DAY TWO AT STATE SURF TITLES

There were some big but messy waves on day two at the open state surf titles and cadet cup. Competitors vying for a spot in the New South Wales team – and a wildcard to Newcastle’s surf-fest later in the year. Read More »

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