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COAST TRIO IN KNIGHTS NRL TOUCH TEAM

Wyong remains on top of the Central Coast Rugby League competition, downing Northern rivals Toukley. The Tigers and Eagles also triumphed, while at Duffys Road, the reigning Premier bagged a crucial two points. Meanwhile three local players have been named in the Newcastle Knights Team for the historic NRL Touch Premiership.  

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McINTYRE JUST MISSES WORLD CUP MEDAL

Rob McIntyre has finished seventh in the final World Cup event of the season – held under lights in Slovenia. The Avoca paddler went into the final as the third fastest qualifier and improved slightly, stopping the clock in 31 point four-two. He missed gold by just over a second, and was a fraction off claiming the bronze. It completes a superb campaign, including a career-best fifth placing, at the recent World Championships in Switzerland.  

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WYONG ROOS CONTINUE UNBEATEN RUN

To the NSW Cup, and Wyong has extended its unbeaten run to five matches, with a 22-point win over Wentworthville this afternoon. The Roos opened the Round 15 encounter with a strong start – Billy Smith opening the scoring five minutes in, while the Magpies responded through Nathan Davis. But Rip Taylor’s men were up to the task at Morry Breen Oval, running in seven tries to claim back-to-back wins and secure their sixth victory for 2018. Wyong now sit ninth on the ladder.

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BIG NUMBERS EXPECTED FOR BAY TO BAY RUN

More than 2,500 participants are expected to hit the pavement in tomorrow’s annual Bay to Bay Running Festival. All three events – the half marathon, 12 km fun run and 3 km kids race will again finish at Central Coast Stadium. Terrigal Trotters president, Jenny Barker, says a number of high-profile runners will be involved. It’s all for a good cause with more than $75,000 expected to be raised for this year’s charities.

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