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NEW BID FOR CENTRAL COAST RUGBY LEAGUE TEAM EXPECTED

The Central Coast could soon have its own National Rugby League team, with a new application expected to be made by early next year. As was the case when the joint franchise with Manly failed, the North Sydney Bears are again behind the move to create a standalone side. Read More »

MARINERS DEFENDERS IN DOUBT FOR CLASH WITH SYDNEY FC

Injury clouds are still hanging over Central Coast Mariners defenders Nigel Boogaard and Andrew Clark, with both in doubt for this weekend’s clash against Sydney FC. But star midfielder Mile Jedinak is set to make his return, from a groin strain. Read More »

BROTHERS IN ARMS FOR SCOTLAND RUGBY LEAGUE WORLD CUP TEAM

Three brothers who began their rugby league careers with the Erina Eagles have returned to the Central Coast, as part of the Scottish World Cup team. They were welcomed by another Scot, Mariners Football Manager Lawrie McKinna. Read More »

ENTRANCE TIGERS AWARDED CLAYTONS CUP

For the first time in the club’s history, The Entrance Tigers have been awarded the prestigious Claytons Cup. The award tops of one of the club’s best seasons to date, after going through undefeated to claim the Central Coast Premiership. Read More »

SUCCESS FOR BODYBUILDING MUMS AT NATIONAL TITLE

It’s been a successful 2008 Australian Natural Bodybuilding Title for two women from the Central Coast. Jenny Wickham walked away with her second national title and after just 12 months in the sport, Justine Roberts claimed second spot in her division. Read More »

GOSFORD TO LORD HOWE ISLAND WRAPS UP FOR 08

The yachts have all crossed the line in the race to Lord Howe Island with Gosford Sailing Club entrant Polaris of Belmont today coming in second to More Witchcraft in the PHS division. But handicap honours have gone to round-the-world yachtsman Ian Kiernan and his 50-year-old vessel, more than 24 hours after Marine-Shockwave 5 finished first. Read More »

EBONY EYES NATIONAL PRIZE

She won a silver medal at the New South Wales Figure Skating Championships earlier in the year, and now Ebony Slough will compete in the prestigious Summer Trophy in Brisbane, before focusing on The National Titles next August. Read More »

STAPLES FLIES INTO RECORD BOOKS

Central Coast swimmer Lachlan Staples has returned home after an outstanding performance at the FINA World Cup meet in Sydney over the weekend. In a thrilling finish, Staples won bronze in the 200 metres butterfly, in the third fastest time ever by an Australian. Read More »

MARINERS DEFEAT JETS

In an A-League grand final replay, the Central Coast had some revenge against Newcastle, with an impressive 1-nil victory last night. The Mariners proving too strong in attack. Read More »

FATHER AND SON TRIATHLETES THROUGH TO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

A father-and-son team from the Central Coast has made it into the world triathlon championships, on the Gold Coast next September. And far from resting on their laurels, both are aiming for top-five finishes at their next event, the Nepean Triathlon. Read More »

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