FORSTER HOSTS STATE TAEKWONDO CHAMPS

Forster played host to the Invitational State Championships for Taekwondo today. Special guests from New Zealand flew over for the event, and there were more than medals up for grabs ...
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HAWKS COACH POSITIVE THEY’VE TURNED A CORNER

While in Group 3 rugby league, first-time Captain Coach Matt Kirkland says his Forster-Tuncurry side has turned a corner. An unfortunate loss last week cemented their position at the bottom of the ladder. "We really ...
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THE LIONS ROAR INTO THE BEST OF THE BEST

Round six of the FFA Cup has been drawn and our mid north coast men will be up against one of the Hunter's third tier clubs. "The second ball drawn out will play Coffs City ...
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TEAMS HITTING THE PACE

In Group 2 rugby league, the form sides are starting to show their calibre as the competition hits the halfway mark. Among them top clubs, a firing Comets side is looking to take it to ...
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BULLS LOOK TO CONTINUE WINING STREAK AGAINST SHARKS

In Group 3 Rugby League the Taree City Bulls are determined to continue their winning streak when they come up against Port Macquarie this weekend. But that means they'll have to break their not so ...
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MALIBU CLASSIC STARTS IN PERFECT CONDITIONS

It's been a perfect start to the 29th annual Malibu Classic at Crescent Head. Close to 300 surfers are taking part in the three-day event, including some of its first ever riders ...
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COMETS SMASH ROOSTERS

An upset was on the cards in Group 2 rugby league with Bellingen leading reigning premiers South Grafton - up 22 to points 10 mid way through the second half. The Rebels edging out the ...
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SURF LIFE SAVERS TO RECEIVE TECH GRANT

Surf Life Saving Clubs across the state are set to receive a funding boost ahead of next season. The state government has allocated $9-million to help update equipment and improve rescue capabilities. All clubs in ...
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BEST OF THE BEST COMPETE AT TAEKWONDO CHAMPS IN FORSTER

130 Taekwondo competitors will go toe-to-toe on the mid north coast this weekend. The Forster State Championship is an invitation-only event that draws students and masters from across New South Wales. Developed by seventh-dan international ...
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UPCOMING STARS SURE TO SHINE

Football zones will clash at Coffs Harbour International Stadium this weekend. Around 200 players are expected to turn out for the junior gala on Sunday, encouraging budding players to give their all, to work out ...
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SUPER SPECIAL STAGE SET TO DELIVER MORE THRILLS

Rally Australia says this year's 'Super Special Stage' in Coffs Harbour is going to be even bigger. The stage was broadcast to millions when it was held last time. The longer course will consist of ...
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EXCITEMENT IN TAREE AS CORDNER NAMED NSW BLUES CAPTAIN

Returning to the New South Wales Blues, and there was plenty of excitement in Boyd Cordner's hometown, following his appointment as captain. A proud father, and a local football legend both ecstatic ...
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GAME UNDER THE SCOPE

Group Two officials are warning players to keep their cool when it comes to dealing with heckling from the crowd. Two footballers have been stood down so far this season ...
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STRONG ENTRIES FOR MALIBU CLASSIC

Crescent Head's iconic point break is expected to turn on perfect conditions this week for the annual Malibu Classic. Starting Thursday, the three day contest has attracted 270 surfers from along the east coast. It ...
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BAIRD’S SICKENING LEG BREAK ENDS HIS SEASON

In Group 2 rugby league, Bellingen almost staged an upset in its match against the Rebels, while a broken leg suffered on-field by Daniel Baird has put the Woopi player out of action for the ...
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PORT GIRLS MISS OUT ON WORLD CUP CROWN

Three Port Macquarie women have narrowly missed out on claiming the Futsal World Cup trophy in Spain. Britt Hargreaves, Shannon Day and Sophie Jones played for Australia in last night's hard-fought loss to the USA ...
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DOLPHINS THRASH RATZ IN TAREE

Wallamba had a massive win in the Lower Mid North Rugby Union competition, thrashing Gloucester by 90 points. Myall Coast cruised to victory over Old Bar, while Forster-Tuncurry were too strong for Manning River. The ...
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PORT GIRLS THROUGH TO WORLD CUP FINAL

Port Macquarie's futsal World Cup trio has stormed through to the grand final in Spain, after the Aussie women downed Sweden 9-3 overnight. Sophie Jones and goalkeeper Britt Hargreaves kicked one goal each, while Shannon ...
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PICKIN WINS NORTH COAST JUNIOR MASTERS

Charlestown's Jye Pickin has shot a seven under par 133 to win the Jack Newton North Coast Junior Masters in Kew. Sydney's Yuka Lin took out the girl's competiton - beating Yerin Kim in the ...
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TAREE NETBALL SPECTATORS ‘SHOOSH’ ON THE SIDELINE

Taree and District Netball have jumped on board the state wide 'Shoosh For Kids' week. The initiative, encouraging only positive cheers on the netball sideline. "Only the coaches are allowed to coach the kids on ...
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TIGERS TAKE ON THE PIRATES IN ROUND 7

This Sunday, The Old Bar Pirates take on the Wingham Tigers in round seven of the Group 3 Rugby League. The Tigers looking to make up for lost ground after their loss to an unstoppable ...
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WET WEATHER NO HINDRANCE FOR HOCKEY HACKS

The home side has made an impressive start at the New South Wales Men's Masters Hockey titles in Grafton. The Grafton A grade team is one of the favourites to make Sunday's grand final ...
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GROUP 2 RUGBY LEAGUE NEARING HALFWAY MARK

In group 2 rugby league, and with the 2017 competition nearing the half way mark, more than pride is on the line this weekend. The quest to secure a final five berth could see some ...
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DOLPHINS AND RATZ FACE OFF WITH INJURY PLAGUED TEAMS

It'll be a battle of the fittest this Saturday, when Forster-Tuncurry takes on Manning River in round 6 of Lower Mid North Coast Rugby Union. Both sides are plagued by injury - the Dolphins are ...
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PORT GIRLS STAR IN WORLD CUP OPENER

Three Port Macquarie futsal players have made a strong start for Australia in the Women's World Cup, drawing with Russia overnight. Shannon Day, Sophie Jones and Britt Hargreaves are part of the team playing in ...
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MATURE MEN TO YIELD THEIR STICKS IN GRAFTON

Experience and stamina will be centre stage in Grafton this weekend. The city is hosting the New South Wales Men's Masters Hockey titles, with players from all corners of the state set to take part ...
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WARM WATER CLASSIC LEFT HIGH AND DRY

It was called off last year due to damage to the marina, and now the Pittwater to Coffs Harbour Yacht race is officially dead in the water. The Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club, which instigated ...
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SCHOOLS FUTSAL TEAMS FIGHT FOR REPRESENTATIVE HONOURS

Port Macquarie High is celebrating tonight after downing St Columba in the under 19 boys final of the Hastings School Futsal Titles today. In the under 19 girls, Westport High took the crown over Wauchope ...
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PORT TRIO ARRIVES IN SPAIN FOR WORLD CUP

Three Port Macquarie futsal players have touched down in Spain ahead of the Women's World Cup. Shannon Day, Sophie Jones and Britt Hargreaves are part of the Australian team competing in the five day tournament ...
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LAWRENCE CLAIMS BRIAN HIGGINBOTHAM TROPHY…AGAIN

Manning kart racer Michael Lawrence successfully defended his Brian Higginbotham title in Tamworth over the weekend. He's just the third person to win the trophy two years in a row ...
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