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DOLPHINS TAKE ON ARMIDALE LIONS

In State League basketball, the Port Macquarie Dolphins will be banking on home crowd support to help get them over the line in their next match. Coming off a loss to Grafton last weekend, the side hopes to reverse its fortune in this weekend’s clash with Armidale’s UNE Lions.

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AXEMEN CUT DOWN COFFS

Coffs Harbour Rugby League coach Mick Hales remains confident in his side, despite the Comets slumping to their third straight loss of the season. Going down 21-10 to Orara Valley, Coffs haven’t beaten their rivals in six seasons. [display_podcast]

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DOLPHINS’ BASKETBALL DOUBLE HEADER

In State League Basketball, the Port Macquarie Dolphins have shrugged off a disappointing start to the season, to record a convincing 16-point win over the Lismore Storm. But the side failed to back up this afternoon, going down to new competition leaders, the Grafton Vikings. – Saturday Night – Port Macquarie 84 Lismore 60 – Sunday – Grafton 66 Port Macquarie 52

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OXLEY PIONEERS DEFEND COUNTRY SHIELD

ue Country Championship title. The representative team produced a 32 to 28 point win over the Western Rams in a nail biting semi final this afternoon. They’ll take on the Central Hunter, who defeated Newcastle by 10 points in the other semi final. The grand final will be held in Orange on the 8th of May as a prelude to the Country verse City origin clash.

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JUDICIARY HIT OUTS AT LEAGUE BRAWL

Police and Group-2 rugby league officials are investigating the brawl at Woolgoolga’s home match against Dunghutti on the weekend. Referee Kirk Taylor abandoned the match late in the game, after a fight broke out between players and members of the crowd. A judiciary hearing will be held into the matter on Monday night. The clubs will replay the game in the league’s second round. Looking ahead to this weekend’s round 4 matches, and the Sawtell Panthers are gearing up for the club’s first home game for the season. [display_podcast]

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