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The Central Coast Mariners are heading north for some pre-season football, this time to face Bears at Rockwell Automation Park - Government Road, Weston.

Kick-off is 7pm and entry is FREE.

 The Bears, second on the NPL Northern NSW ladder, will provide further preparation for Alen Stajcic’s Mariners.
Although entry is free, representatives from affiliate junior club ‘Weston Bears Junior Soccer Club’ will be on hand collecting gold coin donations. Sadly, the club’s home, Varty Park, was recently vandalised – so the club is looking to raise funds to make repairs.
Match Details:

  • Friday, 9 August 2019
  • Pre-Season Friendly
  • Match: Weston Workers Bears vs. Central Coast Mariners
  • Venue: Rockwell Automation Par
  • Kick-off: 7:00pm (AEST)


Please note - there will be no parking in the ground other than for players, officials and helpers.
However, attendees with mobility issues please proceed (drive) to the entry gate for access.



The Weston Workers Bears are delighted to announce the appointment of John Jiggins as our SAP TD for season 2020.
John brings extensive coaching experience to SAP having worked at all levels of football including:
• Football NSW NPL women's
• Football NSW NPLmen's
• Football NSW NPL SAP.

This also includes FNSW Futsal state and FFA national titles.

John begins immediately and announcements regarding SAP will follow shortly.
Welcome aboard JJ. All the best in 2020.


Weston Bears and Broadmeadow Magic playing for keeps in top three showdown | CESSNOCK ADVERTISER

The stakes are huge at Weston on Sunday when the second-placed Bears host Broadmeadow Magic (third) in a game which could decide both teams minor premiership hopes.

Read the full article online at the Cessnock Advertiser.


Newcastle Herald | Craig Kerry
Weston coach Kew Jaliens was full of praise for young defender Jordan Jackson after his side's gritty 1-0 win over Lambton Jaffas on Sunday.
Read the full article online at the Newcastle Herald

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