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BLACK DIAMOND REP TEAM READY FOR RIVERINA

Terrigal-Avoca’s Peter Van Dam has been named vice captain of the Black Diamond AFL side, for its one-off clash against the highly-regarded Riverina league, at Newcastle’s Number One Sportsground tomorrow. The team is brimming with young talent and a view to the future, with six players under the age of 20. Read More »

PARALYMPIAN TAKES MEDAL HAUL

Paralympian Tiegan Van Roosmalen has returned from a trip overseas with a haul of medals. The Terrigal swimmer collected 16 medals as well as a handful of personal best times. Read More »

JENKINS PREPARING FOR SECOND PRO FIGHT

Fresh from his first win as a professional boxer, Wyong local, Josh Jenkins is easing in to preparations for his next fight on home soil. He suffered a slight rib strain in his recent cruiserweight win over Afisi Villi but the 27 year-old says he will be ready for his next opponent. Read More »

AVOCA RUGBY BOSS: LATHAM LOSS MINIMISED BY BECKETT

Avoca backline star James Latham will be on the sidelines for several weeks after injuring his knee in the team’s win over Ourimbah in round six of the Central Coast rugby union competition. The Sharks remain undefeated this season and plan to maintain that record, despite the loss of Latham. Read More »

EAGLES DEFEAT COLTS IN THRILLER

There was high drama in round nine of Central Coast Rugby League, with Eagles prop Shane Lewis sent from the field in the match between Kincumber and Erina. The Eagles scored a late try to record an 18 to 16 victory, with Lewis to face the judiciary after Colts winger Steven Clayton was left nursing a broken jaw. Read More »

TIGERS YET TO PEAK

Entrance Tigers’ coach Jamie Forbes has an ominous warning for his opponents in the Central Coast rugby league competition, with the admission his side is playing well below its best. The Tigers remain undefeated this season, following yesterday’s 28 to 12 win over Toukley. Read More »

CENTRAL COAST OUT-SKATED BY EUROPEAN STARS

The Central Coast Rhinos are now one from three in the International Ice Hockey Cup, after going down to the European Stars. It was the European side’s first win of the series and they managed to keep the Rhinos scoreless with their fast-paced display. The final score: 3-0 Read More »

CENTRAL COAST RUGBY UNION – ROUND 6

Avoca has maintained its unbeaten record in the Central Coast Rugby Union competition with a 12 point win over Ourimbah. Also in round six, Northlakes got the points over Woy Woy and Terrigal and Kariong outclassed their opponents. ROUND SIX RESULTS: AVOCA BEACH 17 OURIMBAH 5 NORTHLAKES 14 WOY WOY 10 TERRIGAL 50 THE ENTRANCE 0 KARIONG 57 WARNERVALE 0 Read More »

CENTRAL COAST RUGBY LEAGUE – ROUND 9

The wet weather forced the postponement of all but two games in Central Coast rugby league. At Mary McKillop Oval, Erina won a thriller against Kincumber, with the Eagles taking the lead in the dying minutes to finish two points in front. In the other result, The Entrance kept up its dominance in the competition with victory over Toukley, in a game that had to be moved north because of the state of EDSACC sports ground. Central Coast Rugby League officials are now discussing possible dates for a second catch-up round. Full Results: ROUND NINE ERINA 18 KINCUMBER 16 THE ENTRANCE 28 TOUKLEY12 Read More »

TENNIS LEGEND HELPS TENNIS JUNIORS AT GOSFORD

The New South Wales under 14 Teams Tennis Championships kicked off at Gosford Tennis Centre, with a living legend of the game dropping by. Read More »

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