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COLTS COMEBACK CEMENTS TOP FIVE PLACE

In Central Coast Rugby league, Kincumber staged a dramatic comeback to keep their finals hopes alive. Trailing 16-nil against Toukley, the Colts ran in six tries to secure a 38 to 22 victory, and secure fifth place on the ladder. Read More »

PERFECT STORM SINKS TIGERS

The Central Coast Storm has scored a convincing 36 points to 20 win over Balmain – Ryde in rugby league’s New South Wales Cup. The Storm have the bye this weekend, before facing Bankstown Bulls in a top-of-the-table showdown in a fortnight. Read More »

MARINERS STRENGTHEN THEIR MIDFIELD

Mariners young gun Matt Lewis will run onto the field against Wellington Phoenix as a fully-fledged member of the club’s A-league side. He’s been promoted after impressing coaches in the National Youth League and Asian Champions League campaigns. Read More »

MIROVIC IN ‘SUPERHUMAN’ CONDITION AHEAD OF HOPOATE REMATCH

Central Coast boxer Bob Mirovic is confident of claiming a record fourth Australian title, in Thursday’s rematch against John Hopoate. Mirovic spoke to NBN before departing to Canberra for the bout. Read More »

CCRL: NO LENIENCY WHEN IT COMES TO ABUSIVE LEAGUE PARENTS

Central Coast Rugby League says it has no intention of banning parents from junior games. But it is taking a tough approach to those who break the rules. Read More »

PRE-SEASON CRICKET HIT OUT

Northern News South Wales’ top under 19 girls cricketers are in Port Macquarie this week, for a pre-season hit out as part of the state’s talented player program. As well as getting in some much-needed match practice, the players are also pushing their credentials for state and national selection. Read More »

MAGPIES SWOOP ON WARRIORS

Ourimbah is sitting outright third on the table following a 26 point win over Northern Lakes in Central Coast rugby league. The Magpies now face Berkeley Vale, who pulled off a major upset over Erina. Read More »

BROOKS FACES MOUNTAINOUS CHALLENGE

Following a top four finish at the National Mountain Running Championships in Victoria, Charlie Brooks will now compete at the World titles in Italy. The 16-year-old will be a member of the Australian junior men’s team. Read More »

PARAPLEGIC BODYBOARDER INSPIRES PRO RIDERS AT SOLDIERS BEACH

Port Macquarie’s Jones Russell won the Soldiers beach Pro bodyboarding final in a clean one metre swell. But the inspirational ride of the event went to a 16 year-old paraplegic competitor. Read More »

STEVE WILLS TO DEFEND ASIAN TITLE WHILE GREEN WATCHES RINGSIDE

Copacabana boxer, Steve Wills will take to the ring at Wyong to defend his Asia Pacific Welterweight title. The 25 year-old will be spurred on by the support of one of the biggest names in Australian boxing, who’ll be ringside for the fight. Read More »

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