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Coasting : Issue 9 Mar 2010
22 central coast • new south wales COASTING FEATURE CENTRAL Coast Gridiron Association head coach Peter Tos reckons American football is the best team sport of all. “ It ’s really the ultimate team sport,” Tos said. “ It ’s a sport where all 11 players have to do what they have to do on every play – not just occasionally – for that play to succeed.” Tos overseas the Central Coast Sharks who boast one junior (14 to 18 years) and one senior (over 18s) team who compete in Gridiron NSW competitions. The Sharks young recruits are fast learning that there’s a lot to like about the sport. COASTING SPORT RECRUIT: Central Coast Sharks’ player Chris Hilton. Pictures by Aaron Brown. Uncle Sam’s style of football has come to the Coast with a message: By DAVID STEWART SKILLS: Teams require players with specialised skills, so having individuals of various sizes and differing body shapes and athletic abilities is important. as a cucumber PLATINUM AIR • 4365 0598 • 3/221 The Entrance Road Erina • email@example.com • www.platinumair.com.au Refrigeration • Design Installation • Service Commercial • Domestic VENTILATION • INSULATION FREE HOME SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENTS For all your AIR CONDITIONING NEEDS
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