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CENTRAL COAST RUGBY LEAGUE ROUND 3 RESULTS

Umina Beach has upset Ourimbah in Central Coast Rugby League. Berkeley Vale, Erina and Northern Lakes also claimed round 3 wins, while Kincumber’s game against The Entrance was washed out. Results: Umina Beach 17 Ourimbah 16 Berkeley Vale 28 Woy Woy 26 Erina 18 Toukley 16 Northern Lakes 36 Terrigal 6 Read More »

CENTRAL HUNTER POWER TAKE TO FIELD FOR FIRST TIME

The newly formed Central Hunter Power rugby league squad has had its first open training session at Kariong. While the 18-man run on side is yet to be chosen, of the 23 players selected in the initial squad, 15 hail from the Central Coast. Read More »

CENTRAL COAST UNION SEASON OFFICIALLY LAUNCHED

The Central Coast Rugby Union season got underway with the competition launch. While there was plenty of talk off field, there’ll be plenty of action on them when eight teams begin their 2009 campaign. Read More »

CLUBS UNITE TO DEFY BOOZE BAN

Full strength alcoholic drinks will be sold at all five Central Coast Rugby League this weekend, after nine of the 10 clubs voted to ignore a ban imposed by the governing body. But the league says the move is unconstitutional, and the clubs face penalties from fines, to the loss of their remaining home games. Read More »

CRUSADERS CONFIDENT OF TOPPING 2008

The basketball season is heating up on the Central Coast, with three home matches ahead for the Crusaders. Despite not having an ABA men’s team this year, the club is still confident of having a big season. Read More »

CENTRAL COAST GOLFER HOPING FOR HOLE IN ONE AT ACADEMY GAMES

Central Coast athletes are wrapping up their final preparations ahead of the Academy Games in Armidale. One of those getting ready for the games to tee off is golfer, Rachel Robinson, who is confident of a good result against the state’s best. Read More »

RHINOS PREPARE FOR INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION

The Rhinos are preparing to take on some of the best ice hockey teams from the northern hemisphere, right here on the Central Coast. It’s hoped the competition will keep them in peak form, after being voted out of this year’s National Ice Hockey League. Read More »

LEMMON WINS OCEAN SWIM IN DRAMATIC FASHION

Central Coast surf lifesaver, Paul Lemmon, is all smiles after winning the Tamarama to Clovelly Beach Open Water Classic in Sydney. But it could have easily been a different result for the 41 year old, after the race ended in dramatic fashion. Read More »

PAGE TURNS IN OUTSTANDING RUN

Cameron Page’s success at the national track and field titles has been attributed to a new training regime and mentor. Read More »

SECOND ALCOHOL BREACH EXPOSES LEAGUE DIVISIONS

It appears the Central Coast Rugby League’s ban on full-strength beer being sold at games could be a fizzer. Kincumber has become the second team in as many weeks to flout the ruling, amid claims it’s unconstitutional. Read More »

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