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MARINERS GIVEN A LESSON IN ASIAN FOOTBALL

The Central Coast Mariners have endured a tough lesson in Asian football, going down to Chinese Super League team Jiangsu Sainty 2-1, in a warm-up match for the Asian Champions League. In near freezing temperatures, Matthew Osman scored the Mariners’ only goal. But the game wasn’t a total loss for the Central Coast, with the team gaining crucial knowledge of the Asian football culture and refereeing style. Read More »

RUGBY UNION VICTORIES A WIN FOR THE GAME ON THE CENTRAL COAST

The strength of rugby union on the Central Coast appears to be in good stead, following two successful campaigns. The region’s representative side easily beat Gordon 43 to 26 in a warm-up match for the New South Wales country championships, while the Central Coast Academy of Sport rugby union team claimed the annual Challenge Shield with a 17 points to 7 victory over the Hunter. Read More »

GALLICHAN EYES MAIDEN TOUR TITLE

North Gosford’s Richie Gallichan is in with a real shot of winning his maiden Tour title at the Moonah Classic in Victoria. He sits in outright second with a round to play after a today’s 70 but it could have been even better after a wobbly run home. Read More »

BERKELEY VALE WIN STATE U16 TOUCH TITLE

Berkeley Vale Touch football club was outstanding at the recent state championships, finishing fourth overall, just eight points behind winners Manly. Four players from the victorious under-16 team will now contest the New South Wales Regional Championships in Wollongong in April. Read More »

STAPLES BAGS THREE GOLD MEDALS

Lachlan Staples is looking ahead to next month’s Australian Swimming Open, following a smashing performance at the New South Wales Country Swimming Championships. Staples brought home three gold medals, breaking six records along the way. Read More »

GOSFORD COUNCIL: ” BLUETONGUE PLAYING SURFACE WILL BE READY”

Gosford City Council says the Bluetongue Stadium playing surface will be up to the job, for the upcoming Asian Champions League match featuring the Mariners. That’s despite the cancellation of an NRL trial match due to poor conditions. Read More »

PITTMAN INJURED

Central Coast boxer, Jamie Pittman, will find out on Friday how long his latest injury will keep him ringside. The 27 year old injured a bone in his left hand during last week’s bout against Josh Clenshaw. Read More »

VUKOVIC GETS THIRD CALL UP FOR SOCCEROOS

Wearing a Socceroo jersey is something Mariners’ goalie, Danny Vukovic, is quickly becoming accustomed to. He’s now had his third call up to the senior national squad, and he’s quietly confident that he’ll see some time in front of goal. Read More »

MARINERS CONFIDENT GOING INTO ASIA DESPITE LOSS TO JETS

The Central Coast Mariners haven’t had the best preparation to their Asian Champions League campaign, with a one-nil loss to the Newcastle Jets. Ironically, the lone goal of the match came from former Mariner turned Jet, Sasho Petrovski. Read More »

RACEGOERS NOW OPERA HOUSE OWNERS

Eight Wyong racegoers are proud new part-owners of a thoroughbred horse. They’ve each received a $27,000 share of filly ‘Opera House’, after taking part in a beer promotion. Read More »

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