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Mariners crush Sydney FC

The Central Coast Mariners have defeated the Sydney FC 4-nil in their Week 17 Hyundai A-League clash on Saturday, December 4 after the return of Argentine import, Patricio Perez. Coach Graham Arnold was thrilled with…

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Race club offers $250,000 prize money

The Gosford Race Club has announced that the 1400m Gosford 3 year old Guineas, scheduled for Sunday 17 April next year, will now offer $250,000 in prize money. “We are pleased to be in a…

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Cycling event stops traffic

The NSW International Grand Prix cycling event was held at the Gosford Waterfront on Friday 10 December 2010 causing road closures and detours in the Gosford area. The 23 lap women’s event commenced at 8:15pm…

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Avoca wins bowling tournament

The inaugural Central Coast Bears Presidents Cup Bowls Tournament wrapped up on the weekend of November 27 and 28, at Avoca Beach Bowling and Recreation Club, with a team from the Avoca club claiming top…

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Grants available for team sports participation

A new initiative launched in October at the Gosford Sports Council aims to increase participation in sport for younger people in Gosford City. The new sport program provides opportunities for families who may have difficulty…

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Central Coast Bears NRL bid due in March

The Central Coast Bears have several new foundation members coming on board including Bluetongue Stadium, in their bid for an NRL licence. The foundation members come as a result of the recent success of the…

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Nurthen succeeds in surf festival

Central Coast Ironwoman Ms Amy Nurthen has finished first in the under 19 Board in the first round of the Energy Australia East Coast Surf Festival that was held at North Cronulla on the weekend…

Monkey Memorial surf contest in its tenth year

MacMasters Beach Boardriders Club hosted the tenth annual Monkey Memorial surfing contest on the weekend of November 13 and 14 to celebrate the life of Clayton ‘Monkey’ James who passed away in 2000, aged 19….

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Ironman determined to improve race time

Corey Myers, 32 of Kincumber, has recently returned from ironman competition, the Coolangatta Gold in Queensland, but says he is disappointed with his result. Mr Myers competed in the 46.65 kilometre race on Sunday, November…