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Camden Rams come from behind to win thriller

Moss Vale and Narellan recorded their first wins of the season in round three of the 2019 premiership.

The Dragons were far too strong for Oakdale, winning 58-10, while the Jets accounted for the Magpies, winning 32-26 at Victoria Park, Picton.

Mittagong claimed the Corkery-Andrews Cup after a 40-10 win over Campbelltown City Kangaroos, who are still without a win.

Escape artists: Camden Rams go on the attack against the Tigers.

And then there was the thriller at Harvey Shephard Field, reports MIKE SHEAN, where in front of a bumper crowd the Camden Rams escaped with a come from behind 24-22 win over The Oaks Tigers.

Tigers’ captain coach Mitchell Brasington was among the best for the visitors, as he scored two first half tries to help set up a 12-point halftime lead.

It appeared Brasington was leading his side to a comfortable win over the home side, but when Joel Horne scored a try it meant the Rams could go to the break 18-6 behind and confident they were still in the game.

Chris Browne opened the scoring shortly after play resumed, reducing the deficit to 18-12.

Zac Byles, the Tigers’ winger who has been impressive this season, scored a try to extend the visitors’ lead to 22-12 lead.

However, the Rams had other plans, with Ben Powers, the Rams’ lock, scoring minutes later, reducing the deficit to just 4 points, with 20 minutes remaining.

Will Kerr, the young five eighth for the home side, stepped up with 9 minutes remaining with a brilliant solo effort.

Kerr stepped through the defensive line, before kicking ahead, managing to kick the ball into the goal padding, regathering amongst a group of players, and forcing the ball to score a try and level the scores at 22-22.

Chris Browne, who steered the team around well from fullback, kicked his fourth conversion of the day, giving the Rams a 24-22 lead.

Kerr and halfback Andrew McGuiggan stood out for the Rams, while the forwards, led by Ben Weir, laid a solid platform for the halves.

Mitchell Brasington was among the best for the Tigers, while Josh Van Der Meulen worked hard in the backrow.


Moss Vale Dragons 58 Oakdale Workers 10;

Camden Rams 24 The Oaks Tigers 22;

Mittagong Lions 40 Campbelltown City 10;

Picton Magpies 26 Narellan Jets 32.


Moss Vale 50 Oakdale 18;

Camden 20 The Oaks 0;

Mittagong 24 Campbelltown City 28;

Picton 26 Narellan 14.


Camden 36 Mt Annan Oakdale Knights 6;

Picton 8 Narellan 40.


Camden 52 Picton 1;

Moss Vale 0 Thirlmere 4.


Camden 30 The Oaks 0;

Picton 0 Narellan Blue 40;

City Gold 0 Oakdale 46;

Mittagong 6 City Blue 46.


Bowral Blues 10 Campbelltown City 24;

Warragamba Wombats 30 Thirlmere 24;

Picton 24 Narellan 32;

Bargo Bunnies 12 Mt Annan Knights 20.


The Oaks v Thirlmere

Campbelltown City v Moss Vale

Camden v Mittagong

Oakdale v Picton

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