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Camden Rams and Picton Magpies share competition lead after six rounds

The Picton Magpies and Camden Rams are at the top of the 2022 Macarthur Senior Conference rugby league competition ladder after the completion of round six.

Both sides recorded strong wins on the weekend to be on top with eight points each.

Oakdale Workers are next on the table with seven points, followed by the Thirlmere Roosters on five points.

East Campbelltown Eagles and The Oaks Tigers are both on four points, while Mittagong Lions and Campbelltown City Kangaroos have three each.

Competition new boys Campbelltown Collegians are yet to open their account.

Yesterday at Kirkham, Camden Rams were led out on the field by Chris Browne, pictured, who was playing his 150th first grade game for the club.

And there was a fairytale finish to the game, with the home side shutting out The Oaks Tigers 36-0.

Camden went over for six tries, two of them to John Ryan.

Ben Powers, Joe Napoletano, Steele Brown and Esau Taetuli bagged one each.

Chris Browne celebrated his 150th game milestone by converting four tries.

In the other games for round six, the Oakdale Workers defeated East Campbelltown Eagles 38-22 in a close match at Thirlmere Sportsground.

There were a couple of lopsided results, and one of them was in Victoria Park, Picton where the Magpies put on a cricket score against the Narellan Jets.

The home side were just too good everywhere across the park, winning 60-12.

Campbelltown City Kangaroos hosted Thirlmere Roosters on Sunday at Fullwood Reserve.

After an 80 minute arm wrestle, the teams had to settle for a draw, with the scoreboard showing Kangaroos 8 and Roosters 8.

Down in the Southern Highlands, the Mittagong Lions posted 68 points when they hosted the Campbelltown Collegians, who were gallant in defeat.

The final score was Lions 68, Collies 10.

  • The new rugby league competition, called Macarthur Senior Conference, was formed off the back of the old Group Six premiership with the addition of two Campbelltown clubs, Collegians and the Eagles.

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