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MCVEIGH TO RETURN TO BOMBERS

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Kilarney Vale Bombers coach John Pigeon has confirmed reports that Essendon star, Mark McVeigh will return to the Black Diamond Cup this weekend. The veteran returned to the Bombers earlier this month and lead a stunning victory over Newcastle. Read More »

YOUNG MACY EYES SURFMASTER TITLE

Avoca’s Macy Callaghan is aiming high, after gaining a wildcard to compete in the Australian Surfmasters Titles. The gutsy 13-year-old will be the youngest to contest the open women’s division, to be held in Coffs Harbour this weekend. Read More »

RABBS’S FOOTY TIPS: ROUND 21

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Find out who Rabbs is backing round 21 of the NRL. Read More »

IRONMAN LEMMON TO DEFEND WORLD MASTERS TITLE

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Former professional Ironman, Paul Lemmon, will have plenty of experience to drawn on when he defends his World Masters title in France. The 47-year-old Central Coast athlete says he’s feeling fit and ready, just over a month out from the biggest lifesaving event of the year. Read More »

MARINERS AND MARCEL SEIP PART WAYS

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The Mariners have confirmed Dutch defender Marcel Seip has ended his three-year contract with the club to return to the Netherlands. The 32-year-old joined the Central Coast side mid last year, and made 16 appearances for the yellow and navy. The club says the decision to release Seip was mutual. It’s understood he’s since signed a two-year deal with Dutch club FC Emmen. Read More »

HIGHLAND DANCERS GEAR UP FOR WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

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Local highland dancers¬†got a chance to stretch their legs over the weekend, ahead of next month’s World Championships in Scotland. The 8th International Highland Dancing Festival in Niagara Park saw athletes from around the world battle it out on the floor in the three day event. Several dancers from schools along the coast will fly out next week for the Cowal Highland Gathering. Read More »

FITZSIMMONS BASKING IN BRONZE GLORY

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Avoca’s Riley Fitzsimmons is still on a high, after breaking a 29 year drought for Australia at the World Junior Kayak Championships, with the 18-year-old part of the bronze winning team. Fitzsimmons sat his first trial HSC exam today, but the achievement was still on his mind. Read More »

PANTHERS OUTRIGHT LEADERS AFTER WIN OVER COLTS

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Berkeley Vale sits alone at the top of the Central Coast Rugby league table following its win over Kincumber at the weekend. The reigning premiers scored three unanswered tries in the second half to down the Colts 22 to four. Read More »

CLUB IN SAFE HANDS WITH NASH

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After stints at Sydney FC, Newcastle and Adelaide, goal keeper Matt Nash will return to the Coast. The 33-year old is currently playing for Bonnyrigg, and is determined to push Liam Reddy for the number one spot at the Mariners. Read More »

TERRIGAL SCOOP POOL AT STATE TITLES

The Central Coast scored the quinella at New South Wales Pool Rescue Championships at the weekend. Led by Australian representatives Tim Schofield and Rachelle King; Terrigal won the event for the third year in a row – finishing an incredible 273 points ahead of its nearest rival – fellow Coast club Umina, with Cronulla in third place. Jack Waddell was a standout, along with Shelly Beach competitor Brad Woodward – who set a new personal best in the 200-metre obstacle event. Terrigal will defend its Australian Pool Rescue title at Sydney Olympic Park next weekend. Read More »

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