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Matt Simon double finally gives Central Coast something to cheer in victory over Western Sydney

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Central Coast signed off at home with a win over Western Sydney.

Back-to-back wooden spooners Central Coast gave their fans something to cheer about with a 3-1 win over Western Sydney in their final home game of the season on Saturday night.

A double from skipper Matt Simon and header from defender Kye Rowles gave the Mariners a 3-0 lead after 56 minutes in round 26 at Central Coast Stadium, Gosford.

The eighth-placed Wanderers were back in the contest when Mark Bridge, in his 250th A-League game, scored from the penalty spot in the 67th minute and Rowles was...

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Newcastle Jets' youth stars shine as Roar are silencing in thrashing at Suncorp Stadium

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Roy O'Donovan and Joe Champness both scored twice as Newcastle Jets put 6 past a hapless Brisbane.

A bright future beckons Newcastle after their youth stars dazzled in the side's 6-1 A-League demolition of Brisbane at Suncorp Stadium.

While neither club has qualified for the finals, the Jets can be optimistic about the energy and polish provided by Joey Champness and Angus Thurgate. They stunned a Roar outfit who had little to play for except a bright departure for retiring captain Matt McKay.

Champness, 21, and Roy O'Donovan each scored two goals against a flat home side while 19-year-old midfielder...