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 By Chris Wright

Australian player sent off for fouling giant bottle of BBQ sauce

Now that's the kind of headline that only comes along once in a blue moon!

Allow us to explain: Saturday evening saw Central Coast Mariners lay on a testimonial for their retiring captain John Hutchinson that, among several other mascots on the pitch, featured a chap dressed up as a giant bottle of barbecue sauce.

At one point during the game the bottle managed to weave (incredibly slowly) past several players before finding him-/her-/itself through on goal.

However, obviously deciding that being...

 By PA Sport

Melbourne Victory claim Premiers' Plate after win over Mariners

Melbourne Victory celebrate with the Premiers' Plate after victory over Central Coast Mariners.

Melbourne Victory guaranteed themselves the A-League Premiers' Plate with a 3-1 home triumph over the Central Coast Mariners on the final day of the regular season.

Daniel Georgievski and Archie Thompson fired the hosts into a two-goal lead with strikes just two minutes apart shortly after the half-hour mark.

Eddy Bosnar halved the deficit with a deflected free kick on the stroke of half-time, but any hopes the visitors harboured of a comeback were quashed two minutes after the restart when Besart...

A-League: Central Coast Mariners appoint Tony Walmsley as head coach

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson discuss Perth Glory fighting their finals ban after they were found guilty of breaching the salary cap.

Caretaker boss Tony Walmsley has been confirmed as permanent head coach of the Central Coast Mariners for the 2015-16 A-League season.

Walmsley will become the Gosford-based club's fourth head coach in their 10-year history following Lawrie McKinna, Graham Arnold and Phil Moss. He took over on a temporary basis last month after Moss was sacked following a run of poor results.

His previous association with the club includes three years as Mariners' youth team coach, winning the 2011-12 A-League National...