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The state’s largest indigenous sporting event is coming to the Central Coast

The Koori Knockout kicks off on 4 October and runs until 7 October.

The Aboriginal Rugby League Knockout, also known as The Koori Knockout, is coming to the Central Coast Regional Sporting & Recreation Complex in Tuggerah in October.

The event, the largest indigenous sporting event in NSW, showcases some of the best Indigenous Rugby League talent in the country and holds a highly regarded and significant place on the Indigenous calendar.

Mayor Jane Smith said Council is proud to be hosting such a significant national event on the Central Coast.

“We expect this year to be the largest and best on record!”

“This is a great opportunity for our local community to be a part of one of the best rugby league competitions in Australia,” Mayor Smith said.

In February, Central Coast Council won the bid to host this year’s NSW Aboriginal Rugby League Knockout in partnership with the Newcastle All Blacks team

The Koori Knockout kicks off on 4 October and runs until 7 October.

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Written by Central Coast Live

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