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DEAN THERE, DONE THAT: HEFF GOES WEST, LEAVES UNITED

After a winning debut season in the State League, Central Coast United bid farewell to the man behind the club’s creation. Dean Heffernan leaves the Coast squad and returns to the club where he once played, taking up the role as head coach of the Under 20s Western Sydney Wanderers Academy and assistant for their Y-League team. Heffernan rejoins the club after a successful stint as United’s Technical Director where he oversaw the full Central Coast United program from under 9s to State League. (Note: No Audio/Vision Only)

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TERRENE ON TOP IN THE BIG APPLE

Central Coast lifeguard Terrene Black has taken out the Women’s Overall Sprint at the A-P-P World Tour SUP event in Long Beach, New York. Competitors struggled in the stormy conditions, but Black’s surf skills were clearly evident in the final – and while she thoroughly deserved the win – luck went her way in the sprint to the finish line. The surfing event is due to be held today in the Big Apple.  

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MARINERS SIGN STAR DUO

A month out from kick off, the Central Coast Mariners have added two stars to their roster. Striker Ross McCormack returns to the A-League on a one-season loan deal from Aston Villa. A proven marksman was priority number one for the yellow and navy…. And the Scottish International has a prolific record, including 14 goals in 17 appearances with Melbourne City. Attacking mid-fielder Tommy Oar also put pen to paper – the 26 year-old represented Australia at the 20-14 FIFA World Cup and had two stints in Brisbane. The pair will train with the squad for the first time next Tuesday.        

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