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Come in spinner: Tanveer Sangha bags top honour

Come in spinner: Tanveer Sangha bags top honour

Leg spinner Tanveer Sangha is only 19 but already he’s knocking on the door for selection to the Australian national cricket team. He’s made his NSW Sheffield Shield debut this season, and the Ingleburn cricketer is destined to go all the way in his chosen sport. Now he’s also received a prestigious local honour, named Wests Group Macarthur Elite Sports Person of the Year in the Wests Sports Council 23rd Annual Sports Awards. Tanveer was nominated by Campbelltown Camden District Cricket Club – the Ghosts – for his passion, drive and extraordinary talent. A local junior player from Ingleburn RSL… Read more »

Ghosts go down to make it three losses on the trot

Ghosts made it three losses on the trot when they went down to Bankstown on Saturday at Raby Sports Complex. The Ghosts batted first after winning the toss and were 9 for 169 at the end of their allotted 50 overs. Opener Adam Whatley made 40, but his partner, Toby Flynn-Duncomb did not bother the scorers after getting out, caught and bowled, on the first ball he faced. First drop Jackson Isakka did not fare much better, losing his wicket after making just two runs. It was mostly downhill from there. Tate Nunn (16, pictured above), Akshat Mishra (20), Blake… Read more »

Bulls leave Campbelltown Stadium drama behind them to salvage draw

Bulls leave Campbelltown Stadium drama behind them to salvage draw

Macarthur FC have returned home with one point from their opening round A-League match with Wellington Phoenix in Newcastle. A clever drive along the ground from youngster Lachie Rose (pictured above celebrating) 61 minutes into the match made it 1-1 on the scoreboard – which was the final result. The New Zealanders, the best drilled side in the premiership, scored their goal from the penalty spot  25 minutes after the start of play. The Bulls threw everything but the kitchen sink at Phoenix, however they just could not find enough gaps in their structure. There was a period in the… Read more »

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Come in spinner: Tanveer Sangha bags top honour

Leg spinner Tanveer Sangha is only 19 but already he’s knocking on the door for selection to the Australian national cricket team. He’s made his NSW Sheffield Shield debut this season, and the Ingleburn cricketer is destined to go all the way in his chosen sport. Now he’s also receivedRead more »

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Papali’I signing signal Wests Tigers are fed up with failure?

Photo: Fox Sports Rugby league pundits are probably now wondering if the signing of Isaiah Papali’i means Wests Tigers are finally serious about becoming a contender in the NRL after a decade of failure. The 23-year-old Papali’I, who is contracted with the Parramatta Eels for the 2022 season, has signed aRead more »

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Ghosts capitulate in opening round loss at home

There were two surprises at Raby Sports Complex on Saturday when Camden Campbelltown Ghosts hosted Hawkesbury in round one of the 2021-22 season. One was that the home side capitulated chasing a relatively small total of 205. Last season the Ghosts had the wood on Hawkesbury, who turned the tablesRead more »

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Makeover for Camden district tennis courts

Two Camden District Tennis Association courts will be as good as new thanks to a grant from round two of the NSW ATP Cup tennis legacy fund. The NSW Government, in partnership with Tennis NSW, is investing $2.4 million over three years to ensure community tennis benefits from NSW hostingRead more »

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Bulls reel in handy replacement for departing Federici

Macarthur FC haven’t taken long to land a replacement goalkeeper following the retirement of Adam Federici last week. The Bulls today confirmed Filip Kurto will join the club for the upcoming 2021-22 A-League season. The 6-foot-3 shot-stopper who was born in Poland, links with Macarthur FC following previous stints atRead more »

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Knee injury forces big man between the sticks to retire

When Macarthur FC open their season at Campbelltown Stadium on Sunday, November 21, missing from between the sticks will be the tall figure of goalie Adam Federici. In the club’s inaugural A-League season Federici played 28 matches for the Bulls, who went within a whisker of making the grand final.Read more »

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Tim Sheens dismisses Luke Brooks scuttlebutt

Speculation that Wests Tigers half Luke Brooks would leave to link up with the Newcastle Knights has been firmly quashed by the club. This morning the club issued a strong statement from former coach and new director of football Tim Sheens allaying any concerns Brooks was moving on.  “Luke BrooksRead more »

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