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McDERMOTT ON A MISSION IN EUROPE

Nicola McDermott has touched down in Croatia, posting her first high jump session to her social media channels. The 21 year-old Mingara athlete has had the best year of her career, with a new personal best of one-metre-91 and earning bronze in the Commonwealth Games. She will now compete against some of the World’s best during the European Summer, starting with a meet in Germany this weekend.    

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O’HAGAN ON FIRE FOR RAIDERS

Former Berkeley Vale junior Brendan O’Hagan is enjoying a weekend off during the representative round. The 19 year-old, who was named in the 2017 Central Coast Team of the Year, is now starring for¬†Mounties Raiders in the New South Wales Under-20 competition.  

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GROUP TWO PLAYER MOVEMENTS TO BE FINALISED TONIGHT

Player movements in Group Two Rugby League will be finalised tonight before the second half of the season. An increased number of players have this year asked for clearance to change teams. Clubs and referees with have the final say. “Last year I think about two players movement and this year there’s about 11, comes back to there’s clubs not going so well.”

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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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FITZSIMMONS PICKED FOR PORTUGAL

After numerous podium finishes at the recent World Cup, Avoca’s Riley Fitzsimmons has now been named on the Australian team for the Sprint Canoe World Championships in Portugal in August. The Rio Olympian will compete with Jordan Wood in the K2 events – the category where they won two bronze medals in Germany. The National Men’s team will now return home following a week of training in Munich.  

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