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MARINERS MAKE MINCE MEAT OUT OF JETS

The Central Coast Mariners have thumped the Newcastle Jets 3-nil at Gosford overnight, claiming their first win on home soil in five months. The moment was extra special for defender Andrew Clark, who will retire from A-League football at the end of season. Meanwhile, the noise surrounding striker Nik Mrdja’s temporary move from the Mariners to Melbourne continues. Football Federation Australia is now considering changing the rule that allows players to switch clubs at finals time, if their team has been unsuccessful in making the top six. The current loophole permits Mrdja to play for Victory against Sydney FC in the upcoming minor premiership match, a decision that has outraged the New South Wales-based team. But the 31-year old has defended his move, saying the option is available to all clubs. Read More »

TIGERS PURRING IN PRE-SEASON

The Entrance has had a solid start to 2010, finishing third at the International Nines rugby league tournament on the weekend. The Tigers will now focus on a match against the Central Coast Centurions New South Wales Cup side in a fortnight. Read More »

COAST HOSTS NRL ONE COMMUNITY CAMP

The NRL One Community Camp is being held on the Central Coast for the first time. Players from Manly and Cronulla attended schools across the region today, spreading the healthy lifestyle message to over 7,000 students. Read More »

SOUTHERNERS TAKES OUT KIRRA TEAMS CHALLENGE

Werri Beach, from the New South Wales south coast, has taken out the prestigious Kirra Team’s Challenge in pumping surf at Duranbah today. The event came down to the last wave, with Werry proving too strong for Snapper Rocks and Cabarita. Read More »

FIGURE SKATERS TWIRL THEIR WAY TO SUCCESS

Two Central Coast figure skaters have their sights set on the 2014 Winter Olympics. But before they take on the world, Emma Coleman and Sarah Cullen will have to beat the best from across New South Wales, at tomorrow’s state championships. Read More »

MRDJA SET FOR MELBOURNE DEBUT

With the Central Coast Mariners out of finals contention, Nik Mrdja has signed a short-term contract with A-League champions Melbourne. Newcastle coach Branco Culina was scathing in his criticism of the move today, setting the scene for another fiery F3 derby. Read More »

MARINERS PRIDE ON LINE IN F3 DERBY

Mariners defender Alex Wilkinson says his side is desperate to finish the season with back to back victories. NBN reporter Steve Allan caught up with the Captain, ahead of tomorrow night’s F3 blockbuster. Read More »

HIGH JUMPER LEADING COASTAL CHARGE

A strong Central Coast contingent will be in action at the Hunter Track Classic in Newcastle on Saturday night. One of the region’s main hopes is Wyong’s Trudy Thompson, who’s using the event as a stepping stone to Commonwealth Games selection. Read More »

MCGLINCHEY ON LOAN TO MOTHERWELL

Key Central Coast Mariners midfielder, Michael McGlinchey, has played his last game this season. He’s taking up a short-term contract with Scottish Premier League club Motherwell, hoping to bettering his chances of representing New Zealand at the World Cup. Read More »

MCKINNA PUTS COACHING FUTURE SPECULATION TO REST

The Mariners have confirmed new recruit, Michael McGlinchy, has been loaned, to Scottish Premier League club Motherwell, for three months. It comes as news long-serving coach, Lawrie McKinna’s time at the helm, could be coming to an end. Despite having a year to run on his current deal, a change of guard is on the cards, following a lacklustre season for the navy and gold. Read More »

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