Women

Mariners set to enter A-League Women

FOOTBALL The Central Coast Mariners have been granted entry into the A-League Women competition with a provisional licence granted by the Australian Professional Leagues (APL) set to begin for the…




Molly makes it to the Championship Tour

SURFING – A late withdrawal from the 2022 Women’s Championship Tour (CT) has resulted in the call-up of the Central Coast’s Molly Picklum, who will now enter the top-level World…


It’s Shelly’s wave

The Shelly Beach Malibu Club, a short and long boarding club for women, has received an injection of funding following its successful application for a Surfing NSW grant. Driven by…



Mikayla confirmed as fourth official

FOOTBALL – On the precipice of the most expansive season in the history of Australian women’s football, the Central Coast’s Mikayla Ryan has been confirmed as the A-League Women’s fourth…


Nine out of 10 clubs have women’s teams

CRICKET – Australian Cricket has released the fourth edition of the Press for Progress report and it is heavily supported by Cricket NSW’s powerful commitment to growing the involvement of…


Amanda’s amazing firefighter training

Wiradjuri mum-of-two, Amanda Scannell, hopes one day soon she’ll be helping protect her community and proudly representing her mob as a full-time firefighter. The 32-year-old from Noraville is taking part…






The Glen for women approved

The award winning and internationally recognised program at The Glen has achieved formal approval to build a 20-bed drug and alcohol rehabilitation service at 253 Yarramalong Rd, Wyong Creek. “This…




The Coast’s Shameful Statistic

The Central Coast has produced many great champions and many great achievements over the past decade, but one statistic we take no pride in is being No. 1 in NSW…


Forum to encourage women

Central Coast Mayor, Lisa Matthews, is passionate about seeing more women in local government and hopes to conduct a community forum on the Coast next year to encourage women to…