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GLENN HALL HEADS FOR HAWAII

Pro surfer Glenn Hall says he’s feeling stronger every day, as he prepares to contest his final two ASP events of the season. The Umina local will head to Hawaii next month, on the mend after a freak accident last year. Read More »

CRACKNELL TO HEAD TO WORLD SUP TITLES

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Avoca Beach’s Toby Cracknell will head to the World Standup Paddle Board Championship next year, after taking out a technical race at the Australian titles on the Gold Coast. It was a tight finish for the 20-year-old, who was neck and neck with the Sunshine Coast’s Lincoln Dews. Read More »

STARS ARRIVE FOR INTERNATIONAL RUGBY FESTIVAL

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The official countdown to the Central Coast’s biggest rugby sevens festival has begun. The USA’s Stars Rugby side is the first to arrive, and today hit the waves at Terrigal for some down time before ramping up preparations for the weekend. Read More »

MARINERS SIGN CAIRNCROSS AS INJURY REPLACEMENT

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The Mariners have secured the skills of former sky blues defender, Zac Cairncross, until the end of the year. The 24-year-old will jump in as a replacement for Brent Griffiths, who’s out for five weeks with a hamstring injury. Cairncross says he’s stoked to be offered a second run in the A-League, after a successful NSW Premier League season with Blacktown City. Read More »

TRIATHLETE HAS HIGH HOPES OF SPORTING SUCCESS

A Central Coast triathlete is heading south, in the hope of reaching new sporting heights. Matthew Baker will take up a scholarship with the Victorian Institute of Sport, where he’ll train under Head Coach Danielle Stefano Read More »

MARINERS IN FOR SHAKE UP AFTER WELLINGTON LOSS

Phil Moss has hinted at some team changes following the Central Coast’s disappointing 2-1 loss to the Wellington Phoenix. Michael McGlinchey helped the visitors to victory in his first appearance against his former side. Read More »

Central Coast Swimmers Face Off Against State Level Competitors

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The Central Coast has put in a strong performance in a swim meet at Mingara today. The Coast and Valley Swimming Association has faced off against State level competitors from across NSW. Read More »

Erina Archery Club Celebrates 50 Years

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Archers from the Central Coast gathered in Erina today to celebrate 50 years of the local Archery Club. The sporting group boasts a colourful history, having attracted archers from around the world. Read More »

FEMALE ATHLETES CALL OUT FOR GENDER EQUALITY IN SPORT

The state of women’s sport was discussed at a luncheon in Terrigal today, with Copacabana’s Rebbeca Woods and tennis champ Casey Dellacqua talking about their experiences at the top. The champs say it will take a long time to change sexist attitudes, but the future is looking bright. Read More »

MARINERS LOOK TO IMPROVE AGAINST PHOENIX

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Despite recording two wins in the past week, assistant coach Wayne O’Sullivan says the Mariners need to improve further when they take on Wellington Phoenix tomorrow. The clash will also mark Michael McGlinchey’s first game against his former club since his off-season departure. Read More »

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