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27 Jul 2020
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Crouch welcomes low-rise planning code
Councillors give themselves a pay rise
Councillors abolish tree register fee
Seals sighted in Woy Woy Bay
Ferry to use commercial wharf in Woy Woy
Ferry service disrupted
Woytopia Festival is cancelled
Activities start again at women's health centre
Activation framework and identity package for Peninsula
Council includes 21 playgrounds in draft strategy
Playgrounds upgraded, as 'playspace' strategy drafted
Church receives permission for alterations
Application for three three-bedroom villas
Proposal for three-storey six-unit flats open for comment
Six units proposed to replace two houses in one street
Two changes requested for aged care development
Customer service transactions resume at library
Bookmobile service returns
Online auction raises $4700 for hall upgrade
CWA hall to remain closed
Bruce Croft becomes Rotary president at Umina
Christmas in July raises money for Mary Mac's Place
Volunteers wanted for dunecare
'Collection dog' to raise money for Guide Dogs
Warrah Trig road closed
Level One water restrictions to remain until November
Amalgamation money redirected, Tesch claims
Photographer captures lightning storm
Bodies of elderly women found in Ettalong home
Wicks welcomes extension of coronavirus payments
Peninsula sees 46mm rainfall in three weeks
Council is removed from realities of the times
More important problems that need rectification
Money needed on decaying local road network
Real work of council languishes in the doldrums
Councillors give themselves a pay rise
Darkinjung proposal will have impact on Woy Woy
If we can do it, why can't the mega-pubs of Sydney?
Woy Woy Rd has changed little in 100 years
Aged care facility set to open in August
Patrick Brennan thanks 'wonderful neighbours'
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Folk club to hold open-air performance at Hardys Bay
Group receives funding for tables
Exhibition at Ettalong
Wagstaffe artist has work on display in Gosford
Students achieve 'bronze' status
Mural installed on Umina school library wall
Women's soccer teams successful
Local teams avoid losses in Premier League
Southern and Ettalong United suffer narrow loss
Lions teams defeated in first round
Woy Woy Roosters looks at its options
Ken Young is Everglades major singles bowls champ
Glen becomes Umina's major singles champion
Woy Woy 'far from disgraced' in 70-nil defeat

Women's soccer teams successful

Both Southern and Ettalong United and Umina United soccer teams were successful in Round Three of the Central Coast Women's Football League on Sunday, July 19.

Southern and Ettalong defeated the East Gosford Rams at East Gosford, 4-2.

Umina United defeated Kariong United 7-1 at Umina.

Southern and Ettalong United and the Rams delivered a fast-paced and highly entertaining game with both teams creating clear and clever chances, according to Central Coast Football's digital content coordinator Ms Jess Zavolokin.

"An early error from the Southern side allowed East Gosford to weave past their defence and score.

"This was closely followed by another impressive shot from the Rams from just outside the box, catching the away team off-guard.

"Southern and Ettalong United were able to pick themselves up leading into the second half after a series of passes and shots approached their target.

"A goal rewarded their efforts just shy of the halftime whistle.

"The second half mirrored the intensity of the first half," said Ms Zavolokin.

"Southern scored three class goals in the final 15 minutes of the match.

"After starting one step behind the persistent Rams, Southern were able to blaze past the home side to finish impeccably and powerfully," she said.

Ms Zavolokin said Umina was faced with an even mightier and more competitive Kariong squad than the one they were presented with in the 2019 season.

"Despite a collection of attempts from the away-team, Umina were able to uphold their dominance and have primary possession for the majority of the game.

"The midfield battle proved to be very entertaining with attack-after-attack punctuating the entire game.

"In the second half, Kariong were able to score once, but were unable to execute anymore shots at the goals.

"Kariong's defence was the main decider, having been less agile then Umina's forwards who were craftily evading their opposition and playing direct to net seven goals in total."

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