COFFS COMETS DEFEAT SOUTH GRAFTON REBELS

In Group Two Rugby League the Coffs Comets have defeated the South Grafton Rebels 88 to 18. The Rebels struggled with possession from the start with the Comets dominating with five early tries. Rebels came ...
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NORTH COAST WOMEN’S AFL TEAM MAKES DEBUT

In A-F-L, this year's annual representative fixture between North Coast and North West included the formal debut of the regional women's side. The North Coast only formed a women's competition this year, but has already ...
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BULLS VS BLUES

The Taree City Bulls take on the Wauchope Blues in the Group 3 rugby league this weekend. A little over half way through the season, Taree needs to start piling on the wins ...
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GROUP TWO LEAGUE HEATS UP

Competition in Group Two Rugby League will grow fiercer this weekend. The Grafton Ghosts will look to use their home ground advantage against Macksville, while the Comets step up against the Rebels ...
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ST JOHN PAUL COLLEGE TAKES OUT AREA FINAL OF BILL TURNER CUP

St John Paul College has taken out the area final of the Bill Turner Cup competition. A last minute goal sealing a 3-2 win over Bishop Druitt College They'll now advance to the national knock-out ...
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DOLPHINS VS BULLS PREVIEW

The Forster-Tuncurry Dolphins take on the Wallamba Bulls in Lower Mid North Coast Rugby this weekend. It's a top of the table clash and both are coming off big wins ...
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PORT MACQUARIE’S INDIGENOUS RUNNERS CLAIM VICTORY

A group of Port Macquarie's best Indigenous youth runners have returned from Uluru after claiming an overall victory at this year's Deadly Fun Run Championships. The two-day event is focused on forging a path to ...
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COFFS COAST RACER PREPARES FOR AMERICAN SPEEDWAY

A Coffs Coast speedway racer will make his debut in America next month. Following his success in Australia, Chris Corbett is preparing to come up against the worlds top drivers ...
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PORT CITY BREAKERS THRASH THE HAWKS BY 56 POINTS

In Group Three rugby league, the Port Macquarie Sharks thrashed the Mustangs by 70 points in Kempsey. While the Old Bar Pirates claimed a win over Manning rivals the Bulls. Yesterday, the Wauchope Blues shared ...
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GHOSTS TOO GOOD FOR PANTHERS

In Group 2 rugby league yesterday Macksville moved into the top five after a resounding win over the more fancied Axemen. South Grafton thrashed the winless Roosters by a century while the Ghosts had a ...
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PANTHERS DOWN THE GHOSTS IN LEAGUE TAG

In group 2 women's league tag, the Sawtell Panthers claimed a narrow win over the Grafton Ghosts. The game came down to the wire...with a chance to level the scores on the full-time bell just falling ...
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LOCAL SWIMMERS TAKE ON CHAMPIONSHIPS IN FORSTER

The North Coast Short Course Swimming Championships are underway in Forster this weekend. The two- day event is a chance for local swimmers compete against the strongest in the region, with a goal to make ...
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COFFS SNAPPERS ROLL UP THEIR SLEEVES

The Coffs Harbour Snappers have rolled up their sleeves in memory of Grafton's Holly Butcher. Now, they're bringing the rugby union community with them - using today's match to put out a call for blood ...
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TEAMS PREPARE FOR ROUND 10 IN GROUP TWO RUGBY LEAGUE

In Group Two Rugby League, teams will head into round 10 with fresh legs after the long-weekend break. Just seven games out from the semi-finals, clubs are expected to show their true colours ...
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TAREE WILDCATS READY FOR THE WEEKEND

The Taree Wildcats are working hard to secure their position in Mid North Coast Premier League. Sitting pretty in third, the Wildcats Captain says it's time for the side to make its move on the ...
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DAY ONE OF SURFMASTERS

The annual Surfmasters began today for the seventh year at Boomerang Beach. It was the 35-60 year olds turn for day one of the event ...
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VIKINGS BEN PURSELL WILL PLAY HIS 100TH GAME FOR THE CLUB

To rugby union, and the Hastings-Valley Vikings will play host to the Wauchope Thunder this Saturday. It marks a special moment for second-rower Ben Pursell, as he prepares to run out in his 100th game ...
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CLARENCE RIVER JOCKEY CLUB PREPARES FOR JULY CARNIVAL

Preparations are underway at the Clarence River Jockey Club for five days of fast racing. Now in its 105th year, the July racing carnival continues to draw quality horses, and crowds ...
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FUTSAL TOURNAMENT ON THE MID NORTH COAST

Primary school students from across the Mid-North Coast are vying to be crowned under-10 futsal champions. The two-day regional tournament got underway today, the winner set to do battle in Port Macquarie in August ...
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WAUCHOPE GOLFER DAVID BRANSDON QUALIFIES FOR US OPEN

Former Wauchope golfer David Bransdon is about to make his mark in America after qualifying for the US Open. The 44-year-old is one of nine Australians to compete in the major, after finishing in second ...
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PORT MACQUARIE TRIATHLETE HARRY JONES COMPETES IN ASIAN CUP

Port Macquarie's Harry Jones has just arrived home, from competing in the Sprint Triathlon Asian Cup in Japan. While he didn't place as well as expected, the 26-year-old says he will take a lot from ...
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CAMDEN HAVEN’S FEMALE DRAGONBOATERS FINISH THIRD

Camden Haven's female division finished in third place at this year's Port Macquarie Dragonboat Regatta over the long weekend. The event held on the Hastings River was a huge success with paddlers coming from across ...
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HUNDREDS OF JUNIORS IN COFFS FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT

Hundreds of young football players from across Northern New South Wales have been in Coffs Harbour over the weekend, taking part in the boys state championships. The 11 and 12-year-olds have been focusing on skills development ...
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PORT MACQUARIE BODYBOARDING ASSOCIATION TAKES OUT TEAM CHALLENGE

The Port Macquarie Bodyboarding Association have claimed victory in the annual two-day teams challenge at Lighthouse Beach. The team narrowly beat Newcastle by three points with a total score of 101 ...
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TROY BROWN CLAIMS AUSTRALIAN KART CHAMPIONSHIP

Local driver Troy Brown has taken out the Australian Masters Go-Kart Championship this afternoon in Coffs Harbour. Brown was the comfortable winner, finishing well ahead of the rest of the field ...
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91ST NORTH COAST TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS UNDERWAY IN GRAFTON

One of New South Wales' longest running tennis tournaments is underway in Grafton. The 91st North Coast Tennis Championships enticing some of Australia's top players to the region, for the four day competition ...
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MOTORCROSS HISTORY ON THE NORTH COAST

Motorcross history has been made in Port Macquarie today. For the first time, King MX motorcross organisers have combined with the New South Wales state titles attracting hundreds of riders from across the country ...
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AUSTRALIAN KART MASTERS GETS UNDERWAY IN COFFS HARBOUR

Day one of the Australian Kart Masters in Coffs Harbour saw a fight for the top qualifying times. More than 150 competitors putting the pedal to the metal, all hoping to score a solid position ...
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CLAMS BREAK SIX YEAR DROUGHT

History was made on the Lower Mid North Coast when Old Bar took the field in last week's round eight rugby union clash. A one-point lead over last year's premiers breaking a long-running drought for ...
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JUNIOR GRAFTON CYCLIST MAKES DEBUT IN THE NATIONAL SERIES

At just 15 years of age, Grafton cyclist Shaun Marsh will make his debut in the big time this weekend when he competes in the Junior National Road Series at Port Macquarie. The humble young ...
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