ASIAN CUP PAYS OFF FOR CESSNOCK

Cessnock is expected to reap financial rewards from hosting one of Asia’s top football teams, with an estimated $3-million to be injected into the local economy.

Japan is three days into its stay, and today took on a local club in preparation for the Asian Cup.

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