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OUTRIGGER CHAMPIONSHIPS GET UNDERWAY AT ETTALONG

It’s one of the fastest growing sports in the country, and today, crews from every outrigging canoe club from across the state, converged on the Central Coast. Today saw the start of the State Outrigger Championships which will be held over two days at Ettalong. Read More »

MARINERS HIT THE GROUND RUNNING AFTER ACL LOSS

Just 24-hours after arriving home from their Asian Champions League match in South Korea, the Central Coast Mariners have resumed training on the Coast. They’re gearing up for a clash against Tianjin Teda. Read More »

CENTRAL HUNTER AND OXLEY SET FOR LEAGUE DECIDER

The Central Hunter under-18 rugby league side has had its final training session, ahead of Friday’s Country Championship decider. The squad will take on the Oxley Pioneers at Orange, in the curtain-raiser to the City-Country clash. Read More »

MCKINNA TO GIVE MARINERS A SHAKE-UP

Mariners’ coach Lawrie McKinna says he’ll freshen the side up for its final match in the Asian Champions League. It follows Tuesday’s loss to the Pohang Steelers, which knocked the coast club out of the competition, and marked its 10th game without a win. Read More »

ASHLEY-COOPER BACKED BY WALLABIES COACH

Former Ourimbah Razorback, turned Brumbies utility, Adam Ashley Cooper, is gearing up for the much-anticipated clash with the Blues in Canberra this Saturday night. He’s set to move to fullback, with Wallabies’ coach Robbie Deans confident the 24 year old will rise to the challenge. Read More »

CRONULLA SHARKS COMMIT TO GAMES ON THE COAST

The Sharks’ move to play games on the Central Coast for five years has been hailed as good news for the local economy, with each match expected to inject around $50,000. BlueTongue Stadium management says of the 14 NRL clubs, the Sharks are the most likely to relocate to the coast, but that isn’t on the cards at the moment. Read More »

CARTMELL AIMS HIGH AFTER WINNING STATE TITLE

Holgate triathlete Adam Cartmell is heading overseas to begin an altitude training regime. He’ll be leaving the Central Coast on a high, after a win at the state club championships. Read More »

MARINERS’ ACL CAMPAIGN OVER

The Mariners’ Asian Champions League campaign is over, following a loss to the Pohang Steelers. The Mariners’ defence brought them undone in the second half. Read More »

NSW CLUB TRIATHLON

Warringah Triathlon club took the Metro title, Mingara on the Central Coast won the provincial crown and Mudgee claimed the regional award at the New South Wales Club titles near Anna Bay. Redhead’s Boyd Conrick showed up many of the younger competitors to be the quickest on the day. See if you made our highlights. Read More »

CENTRAL COAST RUGBY UNION – ROUND TWO

Avoca, Gosford and Kariong are yet to drop a game, following round two of the Central Coast Rugby Union competition. Terrigal has moved into fourth place on the ladder, after claiming victory over Northlakes in its season opener. Round 2 results: Terrigal 27 Northlakes 0 Gosford 32 Ourimbah 0 Kariong 43 Woy Woy 29 Avoca Beach 94 The Entrance 3 Points Table after Round 2 Avoca Beach 10 Kariong 10 Gosford 10 Terrigal 5 Northlakes 4 Ourimbah 1 Woy Woy 1 The Entrance 0 Warnervale 0 Read More »

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