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DOCTOR RIDES FOR CHILDREN’S CANCER RESEARCH

A Central Coast doctor has taken up a challenge that will impress even the most accomplished cyclist. Rodney Beckwith has embarked on a 30-day, 3,000 kilometre fundraising ride for children’s cancer research. Read More »

SINCERO RETURNS TO RACING

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Leading Wyong trainer Stephen Farely says Group 1 winner Sincero is ready to return to racing. The gelding will make its 2014 debut this Saturday – after a year out of action, battling a ligament strain. Read More »

MITCH’S FOOTY TIPS: NRL GRAND FINAL

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NBN sport presenter Mitch Hughes is in with a special edition of footy tips, while Mike Rabbitt takes a well-earned break. Find out who he’s backing in this weekend’s NRL grand final between the Rabbitohs and Bulldogs. Read More »

YOUNG LIFESAVERS RETURN FROM ESTEEMED CAMP

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Two young Umina surf lifesavers have returned from an esteemed training camp in Sydney – after being selected from tens of others across the state. The camp, run by Surf Life Saving New South Wales, has previously produced national and world champions. Read More »

YOUNG SURFER MAKING WAVES

She’s only 13, but Macy Callaghan is already making a name for herself on the Australian surfing circuit. The Avoca local is all smiles after claiming her third-straight title, with a win at the Summer Surf Series in Newcastle. Read More »

YOUNG BOWLER AIMS FOR A STRIKE

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A Central Coast bowler is proving there’s much more to tenpin than meets the eye. Tristan Ross is one of just a handful of young hopefuls, chosen to play for his state at the Junior National Championships in Sydney next year. Read More »

PAIR CONQUER EVEREST IN THEIR OWN BACKYARD

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Two Central Coast cyclists have successfully climbed Mount Everest, without having to leave New South Wales. The endurance event called ‘everesting’ challenges cyclists to tackle a hill or mountain and clock up almost 9 kilometres in height- the equivalent of the world’s highest mountain. Read More »

BERKELEY VALE GIRLS GUIDE BLUES TO AUSTRALIAN TITLE

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Five Berkeley Vale Touch players helped New South Wales Combined High Schools secure the National Youth Championship for the first time since 2011. The girls defeated the Maroons four-three in a thrilling final on the Sunshine Coast. Read More »

MARINERS TO HOST SYDNEY OLYMPIC IN FINAL TRIAL

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The Mariners will face Palm Beach Queensland, in the FFA Cup quarter-finals on October 14. The club will also hold its final pre-season trial tomorrow night, against Sydney Olympic at Pluim Park. Read More »

NORTH SHELLY RETAINS ‘KINGS OF COAST’ CROWN

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North Shelly Surf Club has been named ‘Kings of the Coast’ for a second year running in the Central Coast’s tag team event. Australian surfing champion Russel Moloney helped his club claim the win with a near perfect score. Read More »

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