AFL HUNTER-CENTRAL COAST COMPETITION REVEALED

It's been the subject of plenty of discussion but tonight we can reveal the structure of the new AFL-run aussie rules competition for the Hunter and Central Coast. There's a new finals system, but all ...
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WILKO WINS PIPE OPENER

If Matt Wilkinson is going to drop off the Championship Tour, he's going down swinging. He won his first round heat at Pipeline and also upset World number three Felipe Toledo in the process ...
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MILLION DOLLAR CLUBHOUSE FACILITY TO BE BUILT FOR AVOCA KAYAKERS

The Avoca Kayak Club will no longer have to operate out of the back of a trailer, thanks to more than $1-million from Central Coast Council and the state government. The money will go towards ...
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MCCORMACK HEADS HOME FOR KNEE SURGERY ASSESSMENT

Ross McCormack has left the country this morning, to be assessed on whether he requires knee surgery. It means the Central Coast Mariners will be looking to break their winless streak in New Zealand this ...
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NO PODIUM IN PARIS FOR SUP STAR

While there was mayhem on the street's of Paris across the weekend, its waterways hosted the biggest SUP race in the history of the sport and the images were no less impressive. The Central Coast's ...
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ASPRO MAKES LONG AWAITED RETURN

Finally there's some good news for the Mariners with the return of Johnathan Aspro from an ACL injury. The central defender playing 65 minutes in the Youth League's loss to Sydney FC ...
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NSB CLAIMS TRIFECTA AT NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

The Central Coast has once again proved it's one of the best surfing regions in Australia. Brothers Hughie and Joel Vaughan won National Championships in the under 14s and 16s at Waitpinga Beach, while Molly ...
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MOGUL MATT MISSES PODIUM IN FINLAND

Winter Olympics silver medallist Matt Graham has missed the podium in the opening World Cup round of the season in Ruka Finland. The Narara 24 year-old finishing eighth... Canadian legend Mikael Kingsbury claimed his 50th ...
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MULVEY REMAINS HOPEFUL AS MARINERS’ WORST START TO SEASON CONTINUES

The Mariners' worst-ever start to an A League season continues. The frustration at Spotless Stadium was obvious as the Central Coast suffered its fifth straight loss ...
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CARMICHAEL GOES DOWN IN FOURTH ROUND

The Central Coast's Wade Carmichael has been eliminated in Round Four at the Vans World Cup at Sunset Beach. The World number seven was always on the back foot against Joel Parkinson, Griffin Colapinto and ...
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OHLBACK TO LEAD THE CRUSADE

The Crusaders Championship Men's team will have a new man at the helm in 2019. Chris Ohlback - who was recently recognised at the Basketball New South Wales Awards - will take the reins ...
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SHELLY BOYS BACK AFTER STARRING ON WORLD STAGE

Shelly Beach surf lifesavers have returned home following their stellar performance at the World Championships in Adelaide. Jimmy Koch, who won two medals, will now lead the Central Coast at this weekend's Inter-Branch on the ...
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MULVEY STILL POSITIVE FOR FIRST VICTORY AS MARINERS GAFFER

The Mariners will kick off round seven tomorrow night against Western Sydney Wanderers. Currently anchored to the bottom of the ladder, the Central Coast is still searching for its first win this season ...
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CENTRAL COAST BLIND SURFER SEEKS OUT NEXT WORLD TITLE

Wamberal adaptive surfer Matt Formston flies out to the US tomorrow, looking to extend his winning streak. NBN News caught up with the reigning world champion ahead of the big one ...
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COAST ALLSTARS NATIONAL CHEER CHAMPIONS

It's a sport that officials say we could see at the Olympic Games in coming years. And Central Coast cheerleaders are eager to perform on the world stage, already recognised as some of the best ...
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MARINERS SEEK FIRST WIN AWAY IN A YEAR

The Mariners' 2-1 loss to Sydney FC over the weekend has set a new record - and not a good one. This has been the side's worst start to a season in their 14-year history ...
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PITCH INVADER RAISES CONCERNS FOR STADIUM SECURITY

Security at Central Coast Stadium raised a few eyebrows over weekend, after a man on crutches ended up on the pitch during the Mariners game against Sydney FC. While many found it funny at first, ...
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COAST PAIR CLAIM WORLD TITLE IN CHINA

Terrene Black and Harry Maskell have had the perfect finish to the ISA World Championships in China. The Central Coast pair instrumental in the Relay Race win - securing the title for Team Australia ...
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RILEY REIGNS SUPREME AT WORLD TITLES

Central Coast Lifesavers have starred at the World Championships in Adelaide across the weekend. The standout performance was Olympian Riley Fitzsimmons, with an emphatic victory in the Men's ski ...
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SYDNEY FC WONDER STRIKE SEALS TRIUMPH OVER MARINERS

Despite a strong showing in the first 45 minutes, the Mariners suffered a loss at home to Sydney FC. Midfielder Brandon O'Neill's winning strike saw the Sky Blues take the lead ...
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NSW SKIFFS CHAMPIONSHIP RETURNS TO GOSFORD

In sailing, the NSW Skiff Championships have returned to Gosford, with dozens of 16-footers cutting through Brisbane Water for the first time in half a decade. It's hoped the event leads to Gosford Sailing Club ...
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ACCOLADES BOOST GRAHAM HEADING INTO WORLD CUP

It's been a massive year for Matt Graham, but it's far from over for the Narara mogul skier. He's picked up Sportsperson of the Year at Central Coast Sport's night of nights, which his proud ...
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STAR STRIKER IN DOUBT FOR SYDNEY CLASH

The Mariners could be dealt a blow with Ross McCormack in doubt for tomorrow's clash with Sydney FC. The star striker sustained a knock to his knee and quad, and was forced to leave the ...
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CUNNINGHAM CLAIMS THIRD AUSTRALIAN MUAY THAI TITLE

He had his first Muay Thai lesson less than two years ago...and now, McKenzie Cunningham has picked up his third Australian Title. The Tuggerah-trained fighter took out the super-light heavyweight belt in the first round ...
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KING RUNNER-UP IN CHAMPIONSHIP DESPITE DAMAGING RACE IN NEWCASTLE

Springfield racer Luke King went on to claim runner-up in the Toyota 86 championship over the weekend, despite a multi-car pile-up in race two at the Newcastle 500. But it came at a price....the young ...
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MARATHON ROW FOR MENTAL HEALTH

While most of us enjoyed a Sunday morning sleep in, 17 teams from Crossfit Minerva at Tuggerah each rowed more than 42,000 metres to raise money and awareness for mental health yesterday. The full marathon ...
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NORTH SHELLY DO COAST PROUD IN GROMTAG

North Shelly Boardriders have done the Central Coast proud at the Gromtag Australian Championships at Curl Curl. The five-person team narrowly missed the final, going down to eventual winners North Narrabeen and North Avalon in ...
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HEARTBREAK FOR MARINERS IN WEST

It might have been last versus first on the ladder, but the Central Coast put in a mighty shift in the West. Locked at two-all with two seconds left in stoppage time....Perth Glory found a ...
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CRASH SHATTERS KING’S CHAMPIONSHIP DREAMS

Central Coast's Luke King has blown his chance at claiming the Toyota 86 championship. In a dramatic final day on the Newcastle circuit, King's last two races didn't exactly go according to plan ...
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COAST PAIR SET THE BAR AT WORLD SUP CHAMPIONSHIPS

The Central Coast's Harry Maskell has continued his fine form at the World Stand-Up Paddle Board Championships in China. After posting a near-perfect score of 9.5 out of 10 yesterday, the 19-year-old got a win ...
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KING CAN’T FIGHT THE SIEDERS IF HE WANTS TO TAKE OUT CHAMPIONSHIP

The Central Coast's Luke King has narrowed the gap between him and Tim Brook, with just tomorrow's race remaining in the fight for the Toyota 86 Series Championship title. King today finished third in today's ...
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SKIPPER SIMON BACK FOR GLORY CLASH

The mariners have received a boost with the return of Captain Matt Simon for their clash with Perth. The yellow and navy haven't won away from home in 12 matches, and face a monumental task ...
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RECORD HAUL FOR TERRIGAL LEGEND

Masters athlete Paul Lemmon has returned from the World Lifesaving Championships in Adelaide with seven gold. His personal highlight was the Ocean Man event - a race he's dominated for two decades ...
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COAST GOLFER ACHIEVES CHILDHOOD DREAM

Magenta Shores golfer Dimi Papadatos is still on a high after finishing in the top three at the Australian Open over the weekend. His runner-up spot securing him a berth at the British Open next ...
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KING FIRED UP FOR TITLE FIGHT AT NEWCASTLE 500

To motorsport now, and Springfield racer Luke King is gearing up for the biggest race series of his career. The Toyota 86 championship will be decided this weekend at the Newcastle 500 ...
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CENTRAL COAST HEART CAPTAIN AMY WILD MOVING TO SIDELINES

Central Coast Heart will have to make do without captain Amy Wild next year as she shifts her focus to coaching. It comes as the former Queensland Firebird caps off a massive 2018 season, taking ...
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WILKINSON’S FATE IN THE PIPELINE

Surfing's world title is headed for a dramatic conclusion, set to be decided at this year's Pipeline Masters. But the event will also decide the future of the current crop on tour. Avoca pair Adrian ...
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AVOCA BEACH SURF LIFE SAVER EYES OFF WORLD TITLE

Central Coast surf lifesaver Keeley Booth will take her first ever tilt at a World Championships title from tomorrow. NBN News caught up with the Aussie youth team member, before she flew out to Adelaide ...
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OAR OUT FOR MARINERS’ TRIP WEST

A blow for the Mariners, with Tommy Oar ruled out for Sunday's game against Perth. He's still recovering from a knee injury picked up in their last outing against Melbourne Victory ...
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SUP CHAMPS GO FOR GOLD AT WORLDS

The Central Coast will have two representatives on Team Australia at the World SUP Championships in China this week. Terrene Black and Harry Maskell will both be full of confidence gained from winning gold at ...
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PAPADATOS BOUND FOR BRITISH OPEN

Following his incredible runner-up finish at The Lakes in Sydney, Dimi Papadatos has climbed 81 places to number 154 in the World and qualified for the British Open. He'll now tee off in the Australian ...
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LEGENDS OF LEAGUE RALLY BEHIND MARK HUGHES FOUNDATION

Rugby league royalty was on show at Central Coast Stadium today and in full-flight, even if they are a little past their prime. Premiership winners, State of Origin stars and national representatives all lacing up, ...
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DIMI IN STRONG CONTENTION AT OZ OPEN

Central Coast's golfer Dimi Papadatos is in strong contention at the half way stage of the Australian Open at The Lakes in Sydney. The 27 year-old dropped a shot on his first hole, but quickly ...
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LEGENDS LAND IN GOSFORD

The Legends of League have started arriving on the Central Coast ahead of tomorrow's second annual tournament. The Barbarians, featuring recently retired players Chris Heighington and Todd Carney, are highly fancied. Meanwhile reigning champions the ...
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AVOCA’S CALEB TANCRED RISES TO THE TOP

Meanwhile the Central Coast's next generation is coming through. Avoca young-gun Caleb Tancred won his first World Qualifying Series event at the Port Stephens Pro on the weekend. It's a great confidence booster as the ...
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MARINERS KEEN TO CHARGE FORWARD FOLLOWING SECOND LOSS

The Central Coast Mariners are back at the bottom of the A-League table, but they're determined not to remain there. Sunday's loss to Mebourne Victory was a hard one to stomach ...
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CRICKET: THE ENTRANCE WINNING STREAK UNDER THREAT

The Entrance's unbeaten Central Coast Cricket run is under threat. Narara-Wyoming's in good form and will be a formidable opponent when the two sides clash on Saturday ...
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MARLINS’ AMERICAN IMPORT EYES OFF SBL PLAYOFFS

The Central Coast Marlins are looking to continue their recent run of good form, after taking down the Vikings in round eight of the State Baseball League ...
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RIP’S REIGN COMES TO AN END

Rip Taylor's departure from the Wyong Roos is the end of an era for rugby league on the Central Coast. The Intrust Super Cup coach will return to his former club the Wentworthville Magpies. With ...
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MARINERS SOFT UNDERBELLY EXPOSED

Mariners Coach Mike Mulvey says the side's soft underbelly was exposed again, in a four-one loss to Melbourne Victory. The yellow and navy are now sitting last and face ladder leaders Perth Glory next round ...
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