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Coach looking ahead to next year: 19 year old rookie named for Wests Tigers

Coach looking ahead to next year: 19 year old rookie named for Wests Tigers

The season isn’t quite gone, but it looks like Wests Tigers head coach Michael Maguire is starting to look ahead to season 2020. One of the first victims of the renewal process seems to be Robert Jennings, who has had an ordinary year since coming across from Souths this season. He was particularly pedestrian in the loss to Parramatta at Western Sydney Stadium on Sunday. Jennings has gone to make way for Paul Momirovski in the side named to take on Canberra in the nation’s capital this Saturday night in round 18 of the NRL premiership. But an even bigger… Read more »

Eagles fail to fire despite coach’s half time roasting

Eagles fail to fire despite coach’s half time roasting

Even a half time roasting by coach Richard Barnes couldn’t fire up the East Campbelltown Eagles on Sunday. The Eagles went down 36-20 against fifth placed Ryde Eastwood, who led 24-10 at the break of the round 17 clash at Waminda Oval. “We were just out enthused,’’ Barnes said after the match. “Our attitude was poor and they made us pay for it. “We need to turn up in every game in this comp and if you don’t you will be on the wrong end of the scoreline. “Thankfully, I feel we were the stronger side in the second half,”… Read more »

Wheels on fire: our Jess eyes Olympic Games glory

Wheels on fire: our Jess eyes Olympic Games glory

It’s been a euphoric first half of 2019 for South West Sydney Academy of Sport (SWSAS) athlete, wheelchair basketballer Jess Cronje. Cronje who was the Academy’s Athlete of The Year in 2016 has been competing on multiple fronts in recent times. She recently starred for NSW in the Kevin Coombs Cup as the Blues went on to secure a bronze medal after an epic match against archrivals Victoria. Both teams were particularly hungry after suffering narrow losses in their respective matches the previous day. After a tense battle the two teams could not be separated at full time, resulting in… Read more »

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Wheels on fire: our Jess eyes Olympic Games glory

It’s been a euphoric first half of 2019 for South West Sydney Academy of Sport (SWSAS) athlete, wheelchair basketballer Jess Cronje. Cronje who was the Academy’s Athlete of The Year in 2016 has been competing on multiple fronts in recent times. She recently starred for NSW in the Kevin CoombsRead more »

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What a Storey: Adam runs riot for Camden Cats

The Camden Cats reserve grade side has got its season back on track with a comprehensive 110 point win against the Inner West Magpies at Fairfax Reserve last weekend. Bolstered by the return of key forward Aidan Bell, the Cats dominated their opposition in the first half, piling on 10Read more »

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Benji closes in on 300 game club

Benji Marshall will captain Wests Tigers in what will be his 299th NRL appearance this Friday as his side take on the Sydney Roosters for their Round 16 home game at Western Sydney Stadium in Parramatta. With regular skipper Moses Mbye unavailable due to State of Origin commitments for Queensland,Read more »

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Latest female Aussie sport champ is our own Ginger Kennett

You can add the name Ginger Kennett to the growing list of Australia’s champion female sport stars. The 16 year old equestrian vaulter from Picton has just won a major event in Sweden, the CVI Flyinge, beating a host of athletes from Germany, USA, Finland and the host country. HerRead more »

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