GREAT LAKES PRO MOVING TO TUNCURRY FOR DAY THREE OF SURFING

Competition moved to Tuncurry for day three of the Great Lakes Pro. Despite the local surfers being knocked out, the competitors still rode the waves with pride ...
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NURIA ITURRIOS IN STRONG POSITION AT LADIES CLASSIC AFTER BACK NINE BLITZ

Spain's Nuria Iturrios has raced home with four back-nine birdies to grab the lead midway through day two of the Pacific Bay Resort Australian Ladies Classic at Bonville. Iturrios was 8-under and three ahead of Aussie ...
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TOWN PREPARES FOR SGT MATTHEW LOCKE CHARITY DAY

Bellingen is preparing to host a charity match this weekend in memory of fallen soldier, Sergeant Matthew Locke. Locke died back in 2007, and the event in his honour has become a feature of the ...
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SURFERS BATTLING STRONG WINDS AT THE MOTHERNEST GREAT LAKES PRO

Day two of the Mothernest Great Lakes Pro saw surfers battling strong winds. American product Alyssa Spence soared out in front, posting an impressive two-wave score of 14.55. While Holly Wawn from Newport produced an ...
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DOEY CHOI LEADS LADIES GOLF AFTER DAY ONE

19-year-old Australian golfer, Doey Choi, has set the pace on day one of the Australian Ladies Classic, finishing her first round six-under-par. Fellow Aussies Sarah Kemp and Hannah Green also performed well, both finishing under-par ...
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AN OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME FOR THE TAREE GYMAROOS

Taree's Gymaroos are preparing for a trip of a lifetime. The PCYC gymnastics team are sending 26 athletes to Austria, to compete in an international gymnastics event in July ...
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SARAH KEMP CONFIDENT ON EVE OF LADIES CLASSIC

Former Tuncurry golfer, Sarah Kemp, has arrived in Bonville ahead of tomorrow's Australian Ladies Classic. Her form has come good at the right time, she finished equal second in the Victorian Open two weeks ago ...
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WORLD’S BEST LADIES GOLFERS AT BONVILLE

144 of the world's top women's golfers have arrived in Bonville ahead of the Australian Ladies Classic. In its second year, the tournament, which is sponsered by the New South Wales government, carries a prize ...
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SEA EAGLES CLINCH 9TH CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP AT TOUCH FOOTBALL STATE CUP

Powerhouse club the Manly Sea Eagles won their ninth consecutive club championship over the weekend at the Northern Conference State Cup in Port Macquarie. The locals also had plenty to celebrate ...
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BEECHWOOD SEVENS CARNIVAL

There was a good turn out yesterday at Beechwood, near Wauchope, for the annual sevens cricket carnival. The fundraiser saw six clubs from across the Hastings Valley take part in the event. Teams playing a format ...
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STATE CUP TOUCH

12,000 of the state's best junior footballers hit Port Macquarie this weekend for the Northern Conference Touch State Cup. The comp provided a chance for local players to test themselves against tough city opponents. And ...
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ROBBIE LINTON BACK IN COFFS

Local basketball teams tested their skills at a pre-season tournament in Coffs Harbour this weekend. Former Coff Suns captain, Robbie Linton, who now plays for the North Gold Coast Seahawks, was among those taking part ...
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FIERCE COMPETITION AT FIRST GRAND PRIX IN TAREE FOR 10 YEARS

For the first time in 10 years the Australian Formula Powerboat Grand Prix has hit the water in Taree. Ideal conditions had competitors excited for the remainder of the weekend ...
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BIGGEST TURNOUT YET AT COFFS COAST NINES COMPETITION

The Marist Brothers Rams defeated the Old Par Pirates 13-7 at the sixth annual Coffs Coast Nines Competition today. Representatives from Group 2 and Group 3 were among the players getting in plenty of pre-season ...
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THE START OF A NEW ERA FOR JUNIOR STATE CUP

This year's touch football Junior State Cup marks the start of a new era - the competition split into a Northern and Southern conference. Manly is once again the hot favourite, while the Port Macquarie ...
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TUNCURRY TO HOST OPENING ROUND OF ANDREW JOHNS AND LAURIE DALEY CUP

Tuncurry's Harry Elliot Oval will host the opening round of the Andrew Johns and Laurie Daley Cup this weekend. The event links eight NRL clubs and Country Rugby League representatives with 12 teams in each age ...
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SUPER COACH BRANDON COSTIN TO LEAD FIJI BATI FOR THREE YEARS

Former NRL star Brandon Costin, has been named Fiji's national coach for the next three years. The Coffs Harbour product spoke exclusively to NBN News, prior to his appointment being announced in Suva overnight ...
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NAMBUCCA ROOSTERS WITHDRAW FROM 2019 GROUP 2 COMPETITION

It's a sad day for rugby league in Nambucca Heads, as the Roosters officially pull the pin on playing in the 2019 Group 2 competition. A lack of numbers at training, and financial problems, are ...
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$150,000 COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS THIS SUNDAY

Port Macquarie Race Club is gearing up for one of it's biggest meetings on the calendar. With prizemoney of $150-thousand it's no wonder nominations are up for this Sunday's Country Championships ...
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2019 FFA CUP DRAW PRESENTS NEW CHALLENGES FOR SOCCER TEAMS

There's a new challenge facing football teams in the 2019 FFA Cup. For the first time since the competition began, the Northern Conference includes all four Northern New South Wales regions in one draw ...
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PILOT SWIMMING PROGRAM FOR THE NORTH COAST’S MOST ELITE

The North Coast Academy of Sport has launched a new swimming program in Lismore this week. Around 30 swimmers, surf life savers and triathletes will be selected as part of the pilot program led by ...
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NEW CAPTAIN-COACH OF THE PORT MACQUARIE SHARKS

Their 2019 coach stood down a few months ago, and the Port Macquarie Sharks have been quick to find a replacement. Ben Kirkland who played in the winning first-grade side last year will now take ...
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TECHNOLOGY HELPS IMPROVE SOCCER AND FUTSAL PLAYERS

Hundreds of aspiring soccer and futsal players were put through their paces today, at a training session in Port Macquarie. 'Soccer Genius Australia' enables players to complete drills and benchmarks using technology ...
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OZTAG PLAYERS FIGHTING FOR PRIDE, BRAGGING RIGHTS AND HIGHER SELECTION

OzTag fever has taken over Coffs Harbour with three and a half thousand players across 210 teams pulling on the boots in the Junior State Cup. And there's more than just the Championship Title on ...
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TWO FORSTER ATHLETES TAKE ON THE SPECIAL OLYMPICS IN MARCH

Two Forster athletes have a month until they compete in the Special Olympics World Games in Abu Dhabi. Both competitors had to fundraise to be able to travel for what will be an opportunity of ...
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GRAFTON KIDS GET A TASTE OF THE NRL AT SPECIAL CLINIC

It's not every day Clarence Valley kids get to rub shoulders with NRL legends. But thanks to the code's Road to Regions program, three stars of the game have inspired the next generation ...
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BUSY OFF-SEASON SCHEDULE FOR AFL NORTH COAST

When it comes to Aussie rules on the north coast, there's no such thing as an off-season - just a host of chances for players to hone their skills. The next month will be jam-packed ...
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INTERNATIONAL STADIUM UPGRADE POWERS ON AS 2019 EVENTS KICK OFF

After last year's unprecedented numbers at the Junior State OzTag Championships, this weekend's event has been scaled down. It comes as the stadium upgrade edges towards completion ...
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TUNCURRY GOLF CLUB NEEDING NEW AMENITIES TO HOST TWO CHAMPIONSHIPS

Two state championships are in need of a golf course and Tuncurry is hoping they can provide it. The Golf Club is asking for $3 million for new amenities to ensure the course is up ...
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PORT MACQUARIE BODYBOARDERS PREPARE FOR ANOTHER SEASON

Some of the country's best bodyboarders hail from Port Macquarie, and this year could see another star in the making. A number of young riders have signed on for the upcoming season, which gets underway ...
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