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Oh brother: Eagles roll sleeves up to overcome Penrith in brutal encounter

Penrith Brothers made East Campbelltown Eagles work hard for the two premiership points yesterday at Waminda Oval. Photos by BRETT ATKINS. Local fans turned out in force yesterday at Waminda Oval for what they thought was going to be a one sided affair between second placed East Campbelltown Eagles and 11th placed Penrith Brothers. Unfortunately,… Read more »


Eagles back on track after demolition of Bulls

Premiers East Campbelltown are back on track to defend their title after a dominant display against the Hills Bulls yesterday, The Eagles were too good for the visitors, winning 56-16 in front of their loyal fans at Waminda “Tint Me Up” Oval. But as happy as coach Richard Barnes was after the match, he pointed… Read more »


Boys from Campbelltown too good for Belrose

East Campbelltown Eagles were clinical in disposing of Belrose on the weekend. The Sydney Shield premiers won the round three clash 50-12 after a perfect first half of football at Lionel Watts Reserve, Belrose. Despite playing at home in front of their supporters, Belrose Eagles were no match for the boys from Campbelltown, who have… Read more »


Clinical Eagles serious about going back to back

The Sydney Shield premiers, East Campbelltown Eagles, haven’t wasted much time in sending out a clear signal they are serious about going back to back in 2019. After a strong win in round one, they followed it up yesterday with a clinical performance in disposing of Asquith Magpies 44-18 at Worrell Park, Ruse. Coach Richard… Read more »


Momentum with Owls, but East Campbelltown have knack of winning

The opposing coaches in Saturday’s Sydney Shield 2018 grand final between East Campbelltown Eagles and Guildford Owls agree on at least one thing. Campbelltown’s Richard Barnes and Guildford’s Todd Mckeown both believe they key to winning big games like grand finals is getting the simple things right. High completion rates and being switched on in… Read more »

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