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OUTTERIDGE BACK ON HOME SOIL FOLLOWING THIRD STRAIGHT WIN

Gosford sailor Nathan Outteridge has had little sleep after returning home, following another victory on the international stage. He teamed up with Lake Macquarie sailor Iain Jensen, to take out the 49ers at the Sail for Gold Regatta in England. Read More »

CROWELL VISA APPROVED AS DUST FORCES MARINERS INSIDE

Following a long and anxious wait, the Mariners have confirmed another addition to their squad, until the end of the year at least. The visa of Welsh import, Matthew Crowell, was finally approved. But he didn’t get the chance to celebrate on the field, with the training session another casualty of the dust storm Read More »

CARTMELL’S COSTLY MISTAKE

Central Coast triathlete Adam Cartmell will be aiming for first place overall, when he competes in the Maitland Triathlon in a fortnight. The 27 year old missed out on gold at the World Championships earlier this month, after he accidentally travelled 10 kilometres too far in the bike leg. Read More »

TIGERS COULDN’T ASK FOR ANYTHING MOORE

The Entrance continues to celebrate consecutive rugby league premierships, following its victory over Northern Lakes. Star half back Alex Moore scored five tries in one of the most dominant individual performances seen in Central Coast rugby league. Read More »

GAME OVER FOR CENTRAL COAST STORM

After finishing second at the end of the regular season, The Central Coast Storm has had a disappointing finish to its New South Wales Cup rugby league campaign, bowing out of the finals in straight sets. Beaten by the Magpies last week, The Storm went down to the Balmain-Ryde Tigers, 24 to 18 at Leichardt Oval. Read More »

HISTORIC HOCKEY RESULT FOR GOSFORD

Gosford has created history to make its first Hunter-Coast Premier League grand final, after a thrilling win over Norths at Newcastle International Hockey Centre. The Magpies trailed three-one against the minor premiers, before storming back and securing victory in golden goal extra time. Read More »

GOLD COAST UNITED HUMBLED BY CENTRAL COAST MARINERS

The Central Coast Mariners say their victory over competition leaders Gold Coast United was the result of hard work and clever tactics. The Mariners stunned their highly fancied opponents with a three goal whitewash at Bluetongue Stadium. Read More »

GOSFORD SAILORS CLAIM GOLD AT LONDON OLYMPICS TEST EVENT

Two Gosford sailors have won gold at a grade one international regatta in England. Nathan Outteridge claimed victory in the 49ers, while Tom Slingsby bounced back from Olympic heartbreak to win the Laser class. Read More »

WIN OR LOSS, MARINERS SET TO CELEBRATE ON SATURDAY

The Central Coast Mariners have completed their preparations for Saturday night’s clash against Gold Coast United. There’s sure to be plenty of post-match celebration regardless of the result, with some major milestones to be reached on the night. Read More »

WARRIORS AIM FOR MAGNIFICENT SEVEN

Northern Lakes are quietly confident of causing an upset in the Central Coast rugby league grand final. The Warriors have won six successive matches, but face their biggest challenge on Sunday, against The Entrance Tigers at Morry Breen Oval. Read More »

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