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KINGSWIM DUO TO REPRESENT AUSTRALIA

Lachlan Staples will represent Australia at the FINA World Cup swimming meets in Sweden, Germany and Singapore next month. In a coup for the Coast, coach Zane King will tour with the national team. Read More »

DRESSAGE CHAMPIONSHIPS ATTRACTS OLYMPIC HOPEFULS

Riders as young as 8 and as old as 83 took part in the second annual dressage championships in Somersby this weekend. Among the athletes were Olympic hopefuls and international rivals. Read More »

MARINERS SCORING SPREE IN W-LEAGUE

The Mariners W-League team has cemented a top two spot, after thrashing the Jets in Newcastle late yesterday. After Lydia Vandenburgh’s opener, Michelle Heyman scored a double, all before half-time in a game the Coast girls finished 5 – 1 winners. Read More »

SKY CELEBRATES STATE CHAMPS SUCCESS

Central Coast riders Sky Mackie and Dylan Rose, have both put in gold medal performances at the New South Wales Minikhana Championships at Gwandalan. The two day junior motorcycle event attracted more than 180 athletes from across Australia. Each competitor was placed into one of three grades, depending on skill level and age. Read More »

JETS DOWN MARINERS IN F3 DERBY

The Central Coast Mariners have missed a golden opportunity to cement a spot in the top four of the A-League, suffering a two-one loss to arch rivals, the Newcastle Jets. All goals were scored in the first half in what was a typically fiery derby last night. Read More »

HIGGINS’ HOT FINISH IN ICONIC IRONMAN

Central Coast ironman, Scott Higgins believes he can win The Coolangatta Gold in the future, after finishing 11th in this year’s event. The Lakes surf lifesaver is now aiming to qualify for the national ironman series in December. Read More »

CANOE CLASSIC THIS WEEKEND

Around 600 paddlers will hit the water tomorrow afternoon in the annual Hawkesbury Canoe Classic from Windsor to Brooklyn. Since 1977, more than $3-million has been raised for medical research. This year’s beneficiary is The Arrow Bone Marrow Transplant Foundation. Read More »

McGLINCHEY ONE GAME FROM SOUTH AFRICA 2010

While Michael McGlinchey will play a key role for the Mariners in tonight’s derby against the Newcastle Jets, the biggest game of his career could be three weeks away. The mid-fielder is just 90 minutes from a berth at next year’s World Cup in South Africa. Read More »

MARINERS EXTRA TIME ROUND 12

It’s been a hectic few days for Mariners player, John Hutchinson, who’s juggled international commitments with Malta as well as his A-League duties with the Mariners. We caught up with the midfielder to get his thoughts on Friday’s clash with arch-rivals, the Newcastle Jets. Read More »

BODY BUILDING BONANZA

Two Central Coast competitors have just returned from the olympics for natural body building, on the Gold Coast, with a gold and bronze medal. The pair impressing the judges with its poses and muscle definition. Read More »

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