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Wests Tigers major sponsor now also chairman of the board

He’s from South West Sydney, well, at least his company is, so it will be interesting to see the direction new Wests Tigers chairman of the board Lee Hagipantelis will take the NRL club. Hagipantelis, the principal of Brydens Lawyers, the major sponsors of the club since 2016, will replace Barry O’Farrell, the former NSW premier, who is stepping down to pursue other interests away from rugby league. A long time supporter of the club, Hagipantelis will take up the role effective immediately. A long standing supporter of Wests Tigers, Hagipantelis and Brydens Lawyers assumed the role of Major Sponsor… Read more »

Life membership for super coach and all round top bloke

To be made a life member of a club – big or small – is one of the great honours in Australian community and sporting life. Especially for coaches, who rarely enter such a privileged club. And that’s what makes the life membership bestowed on East Campbelltown Eagles coach Richard Barnes all the more remarkable. But when you look at his achievements since joining this great local rugby league club it’s easy to see why Barnes was called up on stage on Saturday night to receive his life membership. Indeed no fewer than 10 current life members of the Eagles… Read more »

Big haul of wickets for Ghosts spinner Tanveer Sangha

Brilliant back to back performances for Campbelltown Camden have confirmed that young spinner Tanveer Sangha is on the way up in Australian cricket. Yesterday, Sangha, who calls Ingleburn home, teamed up with his Ghosts skipper, Jarrad Burke, to claim nine wickets between them against highly fancied Sutherland. Sangha’s figures of 5 for 70 followed his haul of 6 for 33 against the University of NSW in round two of the premiership. Currently in the Australian Under 19 and Sydney Thunder squads, Sangha, who is only 17, has started the 2019-20 season on fire. Who knows how high he will end… Read more »

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Sport event cash up for grabs

Local sporting organisations thinking of applying for the State Government’s Sport and Recreation Events Program (SREP) have until January 30, 2015 to do so. The SREP is open to sports organisations looking to stage international, national or community events in NSW in 2015. Applications for the SREP are assessed againstRead more »

Bradbury Park

Sport groups back new facilities at Bradbury Park

The Mayor of Campbelltown, Cr Paul Lake, has ceremoniously taken a sledgehammer to the existing amenities building at Bradbury Park, making way for a more modern facility set to benefit a number of local sporting groups and the wider community. The upgrade forms part of Council’s Renew-Connect-Revitalise city-wide improvement worksRead more »


Ghosts taught batting lesson, Lions hang on

The Lions managed to hang on to win their round four match against Gordon at Chatswood, but the Ghosts just couldn’t stop the avalanche of runs which set up a comprehensive victory for Sydney University at Raby Sport Complex on Saturday. So after four rounds, the two local grade cricketRead more »


Pirates hang on to win see-saw battle

It was too close for comfort, but after a see-saw battle the West Sydney Pirates put away the Sutherland Seahawks 34-30 to grab the vital premiership points. The win means the Pirates are in third place on the ladder of the NSW Gridiron division one competition. It was their ninthRead more »

Sydney Grade cricket

Big partnership helps the Lions roar

An undefeated 158 by second drop batsman Jake Doran has put the Fairfield Liverpool Lions in an impregnable position after the first day’s play against Gordon on Saturday. Doran combined with Jeremy Cashman for a 176-run partnership for the fifth wicket, which not only steadied the ship but set theRead more »

Jenny Mazuran

Jenny is much more than a soccer mum

Jenny Mazuran has been a member of the Tahmoor Soccer Club since 1992. She was awarded life membership to the club in 2009 for her service to the club. As well as club duties, Jenny has been actively involved at Macarthur Association level and was awarded life membership of theRead more »


New signing bolsters Wanderers on eve of NZ clash

Western Sydney local Kearyn Baccus has joined the  Western Sydney Wanderers as an injury replacement player for striker Brendon Santalab. Santalab injured his right shoulder in the first leg of the Wanderers historic AFC Champions League triumph and will be ruled out for an indefinite period. Santalab was scheduled toRead more »

Liverpool Lions

Lions with just one win after drawn clash

The Liverpool Fairfield Lions cricket club first grade side will be hoping for a change of fortune when they travel to Chatswood Oval next Saturday to take on Gordon in round four of the Sydney grade competition. Following their dour draw against Blacktown yesterday in round three, the Lions areRead more »

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