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BELLINGEN LOOKS TO THE PAST TO STAY ALIVE

Group 2 league officials expect that for and against could well decide the rundown of the finals. With two rounds to go, seven teams are in the running for the top five play-off spots. Meaning the centenary year will finish as the closest season on record. This weekend a number of clubs including Bellingen are playing for their seasons. GROUP 2 RUGBY LEAGUE – Round 18 ladder – Orara Valley 24 Woolgoolga 24 Dunghutti 22 Port Macquarie 21 Coffs Harbour 17 Sawtell 16 Bellingen 16 Macksville 10 Macleay Valley 6 Nambucca Heads 4 [display_podcast]

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JESUS:JETS SAVIOUR?

There’s huge news for the Newcastle Jets who have confirmed a striker from Ecuador as their marquee player for the coming A-League season. Edmundo Salomon Zura de Jesus – or more simply known as Edmundo Zura, is a 24-year-old striker who’s been capped seven times for his country and will arrive in Newcastle tomorrow. He’ll undergo a standard medical assessment before he’s a confirmed as a signing for the A-League premiers.

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TOUCH FOOTBALL COUP

Port Macquarie’s latest sporting coup, the national touch football titles, will bring around 3,000 players, officials and supporters to the town, further enhancing its reputation as a sports tourism destination. The four-day tournament will be staged in mid-March.

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KENDLER WINS LADIES CLASSIC

Sydney’s Alizah Kendler has taken out Port Macquarie Golf Club’s annual Ladies Seaside Classic. After enduring horrendous weather yesterday, Kendler finished the tournament on 13 over ahead of Port Macquarie’s Wendy Gordon and Wauchope golfer Jody Ninness.

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JETS IN PORT MACQUARIE

With the A-League Premiership season only weeks away, defending champs the Newcastle Jets are in Port Macquarie for a week-long camp. It’s hoped the bonding session will bring the side together as well as giving new recruits the chance to show their stuff.

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ORARA VALLEY AXEMEN BACK TO THEIR BEST

The race to Group 2 league’s semi-finals is still wide open, with seven clubs jostling for position. Dunghutti has claimed outright third, relegating the Port Sharks to fourth. While Sawtell joins Bellingen as now only an outside chance after losing to Orara Valley. GROUP 2 RUGBY LEAGUE – Round 17 – Orara Valley 24 Woolgoolga 24 Dunghutti 22 Port Macquarie 21 Coffs Harbour 17 Sawtell 16 Bellingen 16 Macksville 10 Macleay Valley 6 Nambucca Heads 4 [display_podcast]

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