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PRIME MINISTER TONY ABBOTT ON THE COAST FOR RUGBY 7s

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Prime Minister Tony Abbott has officially opened the Central Coast International Rugby Sevens Festival. The festival is a celebration of the sport and a chance to strengthen global ties. Read More »

RUGBY SEVENS GET UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL WITH WILDLIFE

Visiting teams for the Central Coast Rugby Sevens tournament, got a taste of native wildlife at the Australian Reptile Park today. The American teams visited Eric the crocodile and had time to grab a few kangaroo selfies. But things later got nasty with one of the roos, who was perhaps giving them a taste of what’s to come with the Aussies on game day. The festival starts tomorrow morning with an opening ceremony at Wyong Rugby Leagues Club at 9.30. Read More »

COUNTRY RUGBY TAKES ON BRISBANE IN GOSFORD

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The New South Wales Country Eagles spent the morning at Terrigal beach, before their big semi-final clash in Gosford tonight. They’re looking to redeem themselves against Brisbane City, after losing to the side in round four. Read More »

MITCH’S A-LEAGUE TIPS: ROUND 3

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Who are you backing in round three of the A-league? NBN’s sport presenter Mitch Hughes has his tips here: ROUND 3 Brisbane Roar v Sydney FC Melbourne Victory v Melbourne City FC Wellington Phoenix v Newcastle Jets Adelaide United v Perth Glory Read More »

CALLINAN PREPARES FOR AUSTRALIAN TITLES

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Avoca surfer Macy Callinan was making waves in state parliament this week, as she represented the region during a sport ceremony. It comes as the 14-year-old took out the Mattara Classic in Newcastle last weekend, and prepares for the Australian titles. Read More »

COUNTRY EAGLES POISED FOR RUGBY SEMI SHOWDOWN

The Country Eagles have landed in Gosford, ahead of tomorrow’s National Rugby elimination semi. The New South Wales side will be looking to continue its fairytale run against an experienced Brisbane City, after finishing the regular season in second place. Coach Darren Coleman is confident his team can perform under finals pressure. The game kicks off 7:30 tomorrow night at Central Coast Stadium. (Note: audio in parts) Read More »

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 »

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