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CENTRAL COAST SURFER TAKES OUT PORT STEPHENS PRO MEN’S FINAL

Central Coast surfer Caleb Tancred, has won his first world qualifying series event, taking out the 1000 point Port Stephens Pro this afternoon. Taking on Lennox Head’s Mikey McDonagh in the final, Tancred started well, posting a 7.3 on his first ride. McDonagh found a five and a high four in the small conditions, but when Tancred bagged a 6.8, the title was his. Earlier in the day, Hunter surfers Morgan Cibilic and James McMorland were bundled out in the first heat of round four. (VISION ONLY)

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DRUGS AND STEROIDS ALLEGEDLY DISCOVERED IN BROADMEADOW HOUSE

Investigations are underway after a dozen cannabis plants and more than 21 kilograms of dried cannabis were allegedly discovered during the search of a property in Newcastle yesterday. Police executed the search warrant at a house on Teralba Road in Broadmeadow, shortly after 11am yesterday. No one was home at the time, but police allege they also found a quantity of steroids, ketamine and hydroponic equipment in the search.

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JETS NOT WORRYING ABOUT BLUES ATTACK

Ben Kantarovski is back in the Newcastle Jets starting line-up for their clash with Sydney FC tomorrow night after Matthew Ridenton was ruled out with a calf strain. It adds some extra muscle, as they look to shut down the Sky Blues’ star-studded attack, not that Newcastle are daunted by the challenge.

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JETS GAMES SHUFFLED FROM NO 2 SPORTSGROUND

Newcastle Council has confirmed the surface at Number Two Sportsground is NOT ready to host the Jets first National Youth League game of the season on Sunday… or the W-League clash with Canberra on November 17. The Y-League game will now be played at Adamstown Oval, while the Jets women have been moved to McDonald Jones Stadium. (NO AUDIO)

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NABBOUT AND PETRATOS NAMED IN SOCCEROOS SQUAD

Graham Arnold has named his Socceroos squad for the friendly with South Korea in Brisbane on November 17. EPL stars Mat Ryan and Aaron Mooy return, while Andrew Nabbout is back from a shoulder injury. Four A-League players, including Craig Goodwin and Dimi Petratos, have also been invited into the camp. “With the loss of Daniel Arzani it gives Dimi and Craig Goodwin an opportunity to show not only myself but the new staff what they can do.” Following the Brisbane game, Arnold will name a fresh squad for the clash with Lebanon in Sydney. That game will feature Tim Cahill, who’ll make his 108th and final Socceroos appearance. “I’ve made it clear that he’ll probably play the last 5 minutes or so plus extra time. The fans should get out in numbers.” (AUDIO IN PARTS)

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