Central Coast Mariners

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Central Coast Mariners FC W-League
... The Central Coast Mariners FC W-League team, also known as the Central Coast Mariners Women, represented the Central Coast Mariners in the Australian Women's ...
2009 Australian Football Code Crowds - Attendances By Match - Regular Season
... Etihad Stadium AFL 16 41,835 Bulldogs 40 Warriors 20 ANZ Stadium NRL 25 41,654 West Coast 9.20.76 Fremantle 13.9.87 Subiaco Oval AFL 6 41,470 Essendon 13.9.87 Brisbane 12.15.87 MCG AFL 19 41,5 ...
List Of Foreign Players In The W-League (Australia) - Former - United States of America
... Jets) - 2010–2011 Kendall Fletcher (Central Coast Mariners) - 2009 (Melbourne Victory) - 2010–2012 Ashleigh Gunning (Adelaide United) - 2010–2012 Taryn Hemmings (Canberra United) - 2011–12 Estelle ...
South Cardiff Gunners FC - Senior - Kit Evolution
... Northern Territory Association football in New South Wales A-League Central Coast Mariners Newcastle Jets Sydney FC Western Sydney Wanderers W-League Central Coast ...
Chris Doig - Club Career - Central Coast Mariners
... On 9 June 2009 he signed a two-year contract with the Central Coast Mariners of the Australian A-League ...

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    Ye Mariners of England
    That guard our native seas!
    Whose flag has braved a thousand years
    The battle and the breeze!
    Thomas Campbell (1774–1844)

    But when the self speaks to the self, who is speaking?—the entombed soul, the spirit driven in, in, in to the central catacomb; the self that took the veil and left the world—a coward perhaps, yet somehow beautiful, as it flits with its lantern restlessly up and down the dark corridors.
    Virginia Woolf (1882–1941)

    On the Coast of Coromandel
    Where the early pumpkins blow,
    In the middle of the woods
    Lived the Yonghy-Bonghy-Bo.
    Two old chairs, and half a candle,—
    One old jug without a handle,—
    These were all his worldly goods:
    In the middle of the woods,
    Edward Lear (1812–1888)