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BRACKEN LIKELY TO RETURN AUSTRALIA DAY

Central Coast cricketer Nathan Bracken says he’s likely to return to the New South Wales line up for the One Day match against The Redbacks in Wollongong on Australia Day. Bracken was due to play in last night’s 20/20 clash against Queensland at ANZ Stadium, but withdrew due to his troublesome right knee. Read More »

TEENAGE TENNIS STAR TO GO FOR GOLD THIS MONTH

Teenage tennis sensation Chloe Costelloe is back on the Central Coast after winning the Open Doubles crown with Janine Thompson at The Ballina New Year Tournament. The 15-year-old will play in Bathurst next week, before returning home for the Gosford Gold at the end of the month. Read More »

APPLICATIONS OPEN FOR SPORTS AWARDS

With the deadline rapidly approaching, The Central Coast Sports Federation is encouraging associations to nominate athletes and administrators for this year’s awards. The federation will grant almost $20,000 across nine categories. Read More »

MARINERS SIGN YOUNGEST EVER PLAYER

The Central Coast Mariners have signed 16-year-old Mustafa Amini on a senior contract for the next two A-League seasons. The midfielder has been earmarked as one of the game’s brightest prospects by the head coach of the Young Socceroos. Read More »

OPERA HOUSE PIPPED AT THE POST

The pure white filly, co-owned by advertising mogul John Singleton and former Newcastle Knights captain Andrew Johns, has come within a whisker of its first victory. The Opera House’s run at Gosford was just the second for the rare horse. Read More »

MARINERS SIGN 16 YEAR OLD

CENTRAL Coast Mariners have signed 16 year old Australian Institute of Sport’s Mustafa Amini on a senior contract for two seasons. Amini has impressed enough during this season’s National Youth League campaign with the AIS side to become the youngest player ever to earn a senior A-League contract with McKinna’s men. “Mustafa is such an exciting youngster who has been very impressive for the AIS this season, and we are delighted to have secured his services for the next two seasons, as we look to continue to mould our squad with the right mix of youth and experience,” said Mariners Executive Chairman Lyall Gorman. “We saw him when he played against our boys at Seymour Shaw, it was a draw and we had a very strong team out that day but he was outstanding. He dictated play and made things ... Read More »

SILVER FOR SAILORS OUTTERIDGE AND JENSEN

The celebrations continue for Gosford sailor Nathan Outteridge and his partner Iain Jensen, who won silver at the World 49er championships on Grand Bahama Island. The reigning champions were in danger of missing out on a podium finish, but stormed home with four consecutive top three results. Read More »

MARINERS YOUTH LOOKING TO PAINT THE TOWN RED

The Mariners youth side has returned to the top of the ladder, following its two-nil win over the AIS at the weekend. The team trained alongside the A-League squad today in preparation for Friday’s crucial clash with Adelaide. Read More »

HEFFERNAN HAS HIGH HOPES OF RESELECTION

Socceroos, Dean Heffernan and Danny Vukovic were trained with the Mariners today, for the first time since Australia’s clash with Kuwait. Heffernan is still on a high after scoring his first goal for the green and gold. Read More »

MARINERS SETTLE FOR A DRAW

A one all draw with North Queensland has ended a five match losing streak for the Central Coast. Around 7,000 football fans flocked to Bluetongue Stadium for the clash, many keen to see former Liverpool star and Fury striker, Robbie Fowler, in action. Read More »

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