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a Magpies player player is tackled by Camden in the thriller at Victoria Park won by the home side 20-14.

Picton Magpies edge Camden Rams in Victoria Park thriller

Picton have maintained their position at the top of the Group 6 Rugby League ladder following a thrilling 20-14 win over Camden. The other matches saw the Lions come from behind to defeat Campbelltown City 36-34 at Mittagong Sportsground, while The Oaks Tigers defeated Narellan Jets 46-10 at Dudley Chesham Oval. After 13 rounds Picton… Read more »

Campbelltown City Kangaroos could smile after their win over Thirlmere on the weekend.

Glimmer of hope after Kangaroos win two in a row

Premiers Campbelltown City upset Thirlmere Roosters 50-34 at Tony Norton Field on Sunday to give them a faint hope of defending their title. After an ordinary start to the season, the Kangaroos have now won two in a row. They are just two points out of the top five. This coming Sunday they head out… Read more »

Camden Rams defeated Thirlmere Roosters 32-12

Camden Rams charge into title contention

Camden continued their charge up the ladder following a well constructed 32-12 win over Thirlmere on Sunday afternoon, reports MIKE SHEAN, of Macarthur Sports Radio: The Rams sit in fifth spot after the completion of round 11 and are well placed for a tilt at silverware in the pointy end of the season. The match… Read more »

Picton Magpies prevailed against Thirlmere Roosters 36-8

Magpies on top after shutting out Roosters

Picton have returned to the top of the Group 6 Rugby League ladder, following a hard fought 36-8 win over Thirlmere on Sunday afternoon, reports MIKE SHEAN, of Macarthur Sports Radio. A tough and physical match, it was played between the 20m lines for most of the 80 minutes. Michael Lett, who led from the… Read more »

Last year's grand finalists, Thirlmere Roosters

Roosters sitting pretty on top of the ladder

Thirlmere Roosters are leading the competition after defeating the Mittagong Lions on the weekend. After seven rounds the Roosters are first on the ladder with 12 points, while Picton Magpies, The Oaks Tigers and Narellan Jets have 10 points each. Camden Rams make up the top five with nine points. Last year’s premiers Campbelltown City… Read more »

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