Kangaroos hopping with delight after making the finals

Kangaroos hopping with delight after making the finals

“A very pleased club this morning … after being on death’s door this time three years ago, all four grades in the semi finals in 2017.’’ That was Alex Melville, director secretary of the Campbelltown City Kangaroos this morning. He and coach Liam Fulton would be the happiest footy club chiefs in the Group Six competition today. And for good reason. A last gasp try to the Kangaroos against Camden on Sunday salvaged a draw at Tony Norton Field. But this was one very, very valuable premiership point. It meant the Kangaroos finished the home and away season in third… Read more »

Eagles win the try shootout for two valuable premiership points

There were two feasts at “Waminda International’’ yesterday. One was off the field with the East Campbelltown Eagles celebrating their Polynesian contingent with a feast of food and music. The other “feast’’ was on the field where the home side and Cabramatta traded tries for almost 80 minutes and a combined 70 points. Indeed the visitors scored first in the opening minute to put a bit of a dampener on the festivities off the field. But the Eagles, who were sporting a specially designed jersey for the day, are made of sturdy stuff and didn’t take long to return fire… Read more »

Rams, Lions draw again to throw spanner in the works

Rams, Lions draw again to throw spanner in the works

Picton secured the minor premiership, while Camden and Mittagong have thrown the Group 6 Rugby League Premiership wide open after a 20-20 draw – Macarthur Sports Radio’s MIKE SHEAN reports from another dramatic weekend of footy across the south west. The two feature matches of the round saw a 10 point win to the Magpies on Saturday night, while Camden and Mittagong couldn’t be separated after 80 minutes in a thriller at Harvey Shephard Field. Picton’s win over The Oaks has left the Tigers in a precarious position, following Sunday’s results, as the Tigers are now out of the Top… Read more »

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The Magpies were downed by Asquith 32-24 in the Sydney Shield on the weekend.

Eagles to host Magpies in Sydney Shield local derby

The two local clubs in the prestigious Sydney Shield rugby league competition will face off this Sunday in a local derby. And both, East Campbelltown Eagles and Western Suburbs Magpies, will be desperate for two competition points following losses on the weekend. The Eagles lost 44-12 to Mounties to dropRead more »

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