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ANOTHER LOSS FOR WYONG ROOS

Wyong has suffered a fourth consecutive loss in the NSW Cup at the hands of Blacktown, going down by 16 points at Berkeley Vale Oval. The Roos started the Round 7 hit out on a promising note with two tries in the first 10 minutes, before the visitors responded. Blacktown took control of the game from that point on, coasting home and bagging seven tries on their way. The Roos now turn their attention to next week’s match against the Mounties at home. (Audio in parts)

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ROOS SUFFER NARROW DEFEAT AT ALLIANZ STADIUM

Wyong has suffered a devastating one-point loss to the Warriors in Round 4 at Allianz Stadium. It was another action-packed second-half for Roos fans. A field goal once again proving the difference, with Chanel Harris-Tavita snatching the point in the dying stages. Wyong posted 12 straight points in the second half, but it wasn’t enough. The Roos have now had three games decided by a single point in the opening four rounds. (Audio in parts)

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NSW CUP KNIGHTS GO DOWN TO WESTS MAGPIES

There’s still one sleep until the Knights NRL side is back on the field. Today, it was all about reserve-grade. Although it wasn’t good news, Newcastle losing to Wests Magpies 34-22, despite racing out to an early 16-nil lead. An error-riddled second-half opened the door for the Magpies And Newcastle blew some late opportunities to level the score.

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ROOS DECIDE TO CUT TIES WITH ROOSTERS

There’s concerns for the future of rugby league on the Central Coast tonight, after the board of the Wyong Roos voted to cut all ties with the Sydney Roosters. It’s been reported that the decision is motivated by finances, with the Roos forced to pay an annual six-figure sum to keep the partnership afloat. The intention is to redirect those funds in the sport’s grassroots.

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KNIGHTS NSW CUP SIDE KNOCKED OUT OF THE FINALS

The season is officially over for the Newcastle Knights, with their New South Wales Cup side losing to the Warriors in last night’s semi-final. Despite question marks over the opening try, New Zealand took a 12-nil lead into the break. The Warriors’ dominance continued in the second half, with the side going on to win 30 to six. The one bright spot for Newcastle came in the 76th minute, when Curtis Naughton scored on debut.

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