WOMEN’S MASTERS HOCKEY FOR GRAFTON

Next weekend's Women's State Masters Hockey titles at Grafton has drawn 53 teams from across New South Wales. It's the third time the Grafton Hockey Association has hosted the championship ...
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PORT MACQUARIE GEARING UP FOR MX NATIONALS

Reigning champion Dean Ferris will be looking to move closer to another title, when the MX Nationals land in Port Macquarie this weekend. The best riders in Australia will hit the track on Sunday, for ...
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RATZ THRASH OLD BAR CLAMS

Forster-Tuncurry and Wallamba remain tied for first on the Lower Mid North Coast Rugby Union competition ladder, with one round remaining. Both teams recorded convincing wins yesterday - while Manning River thrashed the winless Old ...
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COFFS COMETS WIN SHIELD MATCH

In group 2 rugby league, Coffs Harbour has taken out the Ken Orr Memorial Shield, with a convincing win over Orara Valley ...
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BEACHES PROVE TOO STRONG FOR LAKE MACQUARIE

In round 13 of Newcastle and Hunter Rugby, Wanderers had a field day - beating University 50-0. Hamilton keeps its spot on top of the table, accounting for Nelson Bay. Merewether had a win. In the ...
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MAL SURFERS LAP UP POINT BREAK AND PERFECT WEATHER

Perfect conditions for the second day of one of the Mid North Coast's most treasured malibu surfing contests. The 33rd annual Loggerheads comp this year drawing competitors from as far away as Western Australia ...
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DAY ONE OF TRI SERIES KICKS OFF AT TAREE MOTOR CYCLE CLUB

The first race meet of the motor cycle tri-series between Taree, Mcleay and Gunnedah kicked off today. Taree hoped a home advantage could help them to defend their title ...
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TURNER STEALS ANOTHER GOLD AT WORLD CHAMPS

Diamond Beach athlete James Turner has snatched a second gold medal at the World Para Athletics Championships in London overnight. The power house taking out number one in the 400 metres T36 final in 54.27 ...
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MANNING RIVER RATZ GO WITHOUT BOTH CO-CAPTAINS

In round 14 of the lower mid north coast rugby union, the Manning River Ratz take on Old Bar on Saturday. The Ratz are facing upheaval just two weeks out from the finals, with coach ...
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AXEMEN AND SEA HORSES FACE TOUGH BATTLES IN GROUP 2 LEAGUE

In Group 2 Rugby League, there will be plenty of pressure on two sides still hoping to make the playoffs. Orara Valley and Woolgoolga must win this weekend to keep their finals hopes alive ...
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TROY BAYLISS SIGNS ON FOR SHOWGROUND SUPERMOTO RACE

Moving the Newcastle SuperMoto event from the foreshore to Broadmeadow Showground hasn't hurt the event's pulling power, with organisers revealing former Superbike world champion Troy Bayliss is among the high profile riders who've signed up ...
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BOAT DUBBED TO BREAK WORLD WATER SPEED RECORD IS CHRISTENED

A Manning Valley father and son have christened the boat they believe will break a world record. Speed boat racing legend Ken Warby says he's ready to hand the batton down to the next generation ...
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WILDCATS UPSET PORT SAINTS

In local soccer, Taree has scored a much-needed win, downing the Port Saints by four goals in last night's catch-up game. With the business end of the season just around the corner, the Wildcats are ...
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LOGGERHEADS AT SCOTTS HEAD

Almost 200 surfers are set to take part in tomorrow's Loggerheads Malibu Surf Classic at Scotts Head. The event, which has run for 33 years, includes competition across 11 age divisions ranging from under-18 to over ...
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JAMES TURNER TAKES OUT GOLD AT WORLD PARA CHAMPS

Diamond Beach athlete, James Turner, has taken out gold at the World Para Athletics Championships in London this morning. The 21-year-old won the 200-metre T-36 final... breaking the world record in the process with a ...
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CHAMPIONS CROWNED AT JUNIOR STATE TITLES

Sydney's Max McGuigan has been crowned under 18 state surfing champion at the junior titles in Bonny Hills. Narrabeen's Sophia Chapman claimed the girls' title, while Avoca's Lennox Chell and Cronulla's Molly Picklum took out ...
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MIXED PAIRS AT PARK BEACH

It's been a big two weeks of bowls at Coffs Harbour's Park Beach Bowling Club with a mixed pairs event getting underway today. Hundreds of bowlers from across Australia have taken part in the tournaments ...
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COFFS UNITED MOVE TO TOP OF LADDER

Coffs United Lions have progressed to the top of the ladder in the North Coast Football competition. After trailing one-nil against Boambee at half time yesterday, Coffs found another gear in the second half to ...
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GHOSTS HAVE ANOTHER WIN

In Group 2 rugby league Orara Valley has moved into semi-final contention after an impressive win over Macksville downing the Sea Eagles 26 to 12. South Grafton had a win over Sawtell and the Ghosts continued ...
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QUEENS OF THE GREENS STAR AT PARK BEACH

Some of Australia's best bowlers are showing off their impressive skills in Coffs Harbour this weekend. The second annual Women's Master Pairs tournament has attracted players who are bidding for Commonwealth Games selection ...
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COMPETITION HEATS UP AT NSW JUNIOR DARTS CHAMPIONSHIP

All eyes were on the prize at the Junior State Darts Championship in Forster today. Day one of the fours competition bringing in some of Australia's top competitors ...
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DOLPHINS LOOK TO PLAY IT SAFE UNTIL FINAL ROUND SHOWDOWN AGAINST THE BULLS

In Lower Mid North Coast Rugby Union, the Forster-Tuncurry Dolphins are striving for the minor premiership. The reigning premiers looking to play it safe in the next two rounds to do that, including this weekend ...
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LOCAL PRESTIGE PAIRS SHINE IN PORT MACQUARIE

Local bowlers are proving the ones to beat, after day two of the Prestige Pairs tournament at Port Macquarie. The three day competition attracting some of the state's most skilled players ...
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20 TEAMS SIGN UP FOR FIRST EVER WOMEN’S STATE CUP

20 teams from across Northern New South Wales have signed up for the first ever Women's State Cup, to be held at the Lake Macquarie Regional Football Facility on September 23 and 24. 15 sides ...
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WAUCHOPE TEEN DONS THE BLUES JERSEY

David Hollis' Origin debut is underway, with the Wauchope teenager starring in the New South Wales under 16s side. The front-rower takes on Queensland in tonight's curtain raiser, with the game due to wrap up ...
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PARELLA IN FINE FORM ON RETURN TO PARK BEACH

One of the legends of bowls has made an impressive start to his campaign to win a fifth Park Beach Open Singles title. It's the first time Rob Parella has played in the carnival in ...
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PORT JUNIOR PREPARES FOR NATIONAL RUGBY STAGE

A young Port Macquarie local will be representing the state in rugby league, after being name in the New South Wales PSSA team. 12-year-old Blake Steep heads to Melbourne next month for his most challenging ...
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AFL JUNIOR’S STRUT THEIR STUFF

The next generation of AFL stars have shown off their skills at a Northern New South Wales junior carnival in Coffs Harbour. The one day gathering saw teams from the North Coast, Northern Rivers, North ...
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SHARKS DOWN WAUCHOPE IN MESSY CLASH

In local league, Port Macquarie sits in fourth place on the Group 3 ladder, with three rounds remaining. The Sharks, dominating their game against Wauchope in Port Macquarie yesterday ...
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BOWLERS COMPETE FOR $33,000 IN PRIZEMONEY

Some of the best bowlers from Australia and New Zealand are in Coffs Harbour this week for the Park Beach Open Singles Championship. The tournament has attracted 120 players who will be competing for $33,000 ...
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