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MARINERS HUNGRY AFTER DROUGHT-BREAKING WIN

They may have avoided setting one record….but they couldn’t escape another.

On Wednesday night,  the Mariners drew their smallest ever crowd.

Still, coach Mike Mulvey insists they’ve had a taste of victory, and they’re hungry for more.

 

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About Skaie Hull

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Skaie Hull is a News and Sports Reporter based on the Central Coast. Prior to joining the NBN team in early 2016, Skaie worked as a reporter for Seven Local News in Queensland and was also PR & Media Advisor for YMCA NSW and TAFE NSW. She attended the University of the Sunshine Coast.

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