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KARIONG RUGBY TEAM SET TO TOUR TONGA

The Kariong Rugby Union team is flying to Tonga this week, to promote the game in the Pacific island nation. Almost half of the touring squad’s members were born there, and are looking forward to giving something back to the communities that have supported them. Read More »

STAPLES READY TO REALISE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP DREAM

12 Central Coast swimmers will be vying for a place in the world championships, when they take to the water at the national titles in Sydney. KingSwim’s Lachlan Staples is considered a real chance in the 200-metres butterfly. Read More »

CENTRAL COAST LIFESAVERS SET TO CONTEST NATIONAL TITLES

Dozens of Central Coast surf lifesavers are flying to Perth to take part in the national titles. Among those favoured to win a gold medal, 17-year-old Terrigal clubbie Tim Schofield. Read More »

FORMER CHAPLAIN PRAYING FOR COMMONWEALTH GAMES SELECTION

A 45 year-old Green Point Christian College teacher is giving his students a lesson in perseverance. The former chaplain is aiming for selection in the Commonwealth Games shot put event, which he last contested as a 22 year-old. Read More »

COUNT DOWN TO THE ASIAN CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

South Korea’s Pohang Steelers and the Mariners admit the little they know about each other, has come from YouTube. The coaches came face-to-face today ahead of their Asian Champions League match. Read More »

CENTRAL COAST NO CLOSER TO HAVING AN NRL CLUB

NRL Chief Executive David Gallop says the Central Coast is no closer to having its own club, two years after an eight million dollar sweetener was put on the table. But he says it’s important that the coast continues to lend its support to the game, and is encouraging fans to attend five NRL games scheduled at Gosford this year. Read More »

FOOTBALL FANS URGED TO SUPPORT LOCAL TEAM IN INTERNATIONAL FIXTURE

South Korea’s Pohang Steelers have arrived on the Central Coast ahead of their Asian Champions League match against the Mariners on Wednesday night. Both teams have trained at Lisarow, with the Mariners keen to make the most of their home town advantage. Read More »

UMINA BEACH DELIVERS A CHALLENGE FOR FINAL ROUND OF SURF BOAT SERIES

This year’s regional surf boat series is over with Central Coast crews taking out five of the nine categories. The final round was played out in one-metre surf at Umina Beach. Read More »

CENTRAL COAST WELL REPRESENTED IN THIRD ROUND OF QUIKSILVER PRO

Two Central Coast surfers have progressed to round three of the Quiksilver Pro on the Gold Coast. Drew Courtney and Adrian Buchan both overcame setbacks in the second round. Read More »

MATT SIMON THE BIG WINNER AT MARINERS MEDAL AWARDS NIGHT

Matt Simon has been the on-field star for the Central Coast Mariners this season and was duly rewarded at the team’s awards ceremony. The 23 year-old scooping two awards, including the Mariners Medal. Read More »

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