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MARINERS SIGN MANE MAN

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The Central Coast Mariners continue to build their squad ahead of the A-League season signing Senegalese striker Malick Mane. The 25-year-old joins the Mariners from top flight Swedish club IFK Goteburg. He’s previously played in Norway and Kazakhstan. Mane is seen as a possible replacement for Bernie Ibini who left the Mariners to link up with former coach Graham Arnold. “My attributes are that I work hard for the team, and try and do everything for the team – especially scoring goals,” said Mane, who’s been capped once for Senegal. “(Alessandro) Del Piero played in Australia, so I am happy to play my football there.” He’ll arrive in Australia before the end of the month. Read More »

CENTRAL COAST SERVES UP TOUGH COMPETITION

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The New South Wales hockey masters served up some tough competition today, as teams from faced-off in game one. The Central Coast is co-hosting the four day event for the first time this year, and today dominated the Tamworth visitors. Read More »

SCHOFIELD SET TO TAKE ON THE WORLD

It may not be ideal conditions, but Terrigal’s Tim Schofield is hard at work preparing to race at the World Lifesaving Championships in France. The September event will be his second appearance in an Australian team, but this campaign will be very different. Read More »

YOUNG BOXER HEADS TO CHINA

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A young Central Coast boxer is making a name for himself in the ring. After 20 wins, including an Australian title, Ryan Covi is off to China to learn a few training techniques from some of the world’s best. Read More »

TIGERS TO PULL OUT OF RON MASSEY CUP

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It’s been confirmed The Entrance Tigers will pull its side from the Ron Massey Cup. The club’s board of directors have decided not to field a team next season, to focus on its Central Coast Rugby League commitments. The Tigers rejoined the competition four years ago, after withdrawing in 2008. It’s unclear if the move is permanent, or whether the club will rejoin in 2016. Read More »

CRAMPTON SETS PB AT STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

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The Central Coast hosted the State’s best archers at the weekend, for the New South Wales Indoor Championships. The event was also held in conjunction with the National titles, with Narara’s Hayden Crampton securing silver in the under-13 division. Read More »

ROOS RUE MISSED OPPORTUNITY

Wyong has missed a golden opportunity to climb the New South Wales Cup ladder at the weekend. The Roos failed to capitalise after the Warriors had a player sent off – going down six-four at Morry Breen Oval. Read More »

MOSS AN ALL STAR ASSISTANT

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After replacing Graham Arnold last season, Phil Moss will make his senior representative debut. The Mariners Coach has been named as Assistant to Adelaide’s Yosep Gombau for the A-League All Stars match against Italian champions Juventus, at the Olympic Stadium in Sydney next month. Moss, who was also an Assistant with the Olyroos in the lead up to the Beijing Games in 2008, has described this opportunity, as one the highlights of his career. Read More »

TERRIGAL BEATS GOSFORD AT THE HAVEN

Terrigal has furthered its chances of a Central Coast Rugby Union finals berth, with a 17-point win over Gosford in windy conditions. Read More »

EMBATTLED EAGLES TO HOST WARRIORS IN SHOWDOWN

In Central Coast Rugby League, the Erina Eagles will tomorrow host the Northlakes Warriors at Erina Oval. The Eagles are riddled with injuries but will have young talent to fuel their campaign to the semi-finals. Read More »

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