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GARRETT BACK ON CENTRAL COAST GREEN

Glamour golfer Nikki Garrett is back on the course, after her heart-breaking loss at the LPGA qualifying tournament in Florida. The 25 year old teed off at the Jack Newton Classic today, to raise money for diabetes. Read More »

BITTER SWEET END FOR MARINERS W-LEAGUE TEAM

The Mariners W-League team has ended the season on a high, despite its heartbreaking semi-final loss to Brisbane on the weekend. Three members of the team have been recognised for their good form at a recent awards ceremony. Read More »

SWIMMING SENSATION STAPLES BACK IN THE POOL

Central Coast swimming sensation Lachlan Staples is back training in the pool after a string of events in Europe and Singapore. The 19 year old now has his sights set on the Pan Pacific Games in March. Read More »

AMY NURTHEN FIRES IN FORSTER

A week after qualifying for the National Iron Woman series, Amy Nurthen has been named to represent New South Wales. The Terrigal lifesaver was in superb form at the Inter-branch championships in Forster at the weekend, where she defeated former Australian champion Naomi Flood to take out the Open Iron Woman. Fellow Coasties Lauren Hall, Ellyssia Gasparotto and Jake O’Brien have also been selected for The Blues, and will compete at the Interstate Titles at Collaroy next month. Read More »

NIKAS STEERS MARINERS YOUTH TO TOP

The Mariners Youth team will look to consolidate its place at the top of the ladder, following a two-one win over Melbourne at the weekend. Captain Panny Nikas scored from the penalty spot, to move to the top of the goal scorers list. Read More »

YELLOW AND NAVY SIGN BROWN

The Mariners have signed former Welsh youth International Jonathan Brown. Formerly with Cardiff City in the English Championship, the 19 year old is expected to debut for the yellow and navy in January. Read More »

MARINERS SHOCK LOSS

The Central Coast Mariners are still reeling after struggling against the Melbourne Victory last night. With Socceroos coach Pim Verbeek sitting on the sidelines, the 3-nil scoreline was a double blow for the boys in blue and yellow. Read More »

COAST SURF BID DUMPED AGAIN

Surf Lifesaving Central Coast is bewildered by the decision to award the New South Wales Championships to the Far North Coast. Kingscliff Beach will host the Titles for two years from 2011, injecting $30-million dollars into the local economy. Read More »

LEWIS TO BE LET LOOSE ON VICTORY

After playing a starring role in his A-League debut against Melbourne a month ago, Matt Lewis is set to make an encore performance. The 19-year-old mid-fielder will start against the Victory in tomorrow night’s crucial clash at Bluetongue Stadium. Read More »

MATT SIMON CONFIDENT OF MELBOURNE VICTORY HATRICK

The Central Coast Mariners will be hoping to make it three from three against Melbourne Victory this season, when the sides clash. NBN spoke to striker Matt Simon about how the side’s looking, ahead of what he’s labelled the most important match of the year. Read More »

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