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Wests Tigers set for Friday ‘twilight zone’ clash with NZ Warriors

It’s probably appropriate that Wests Tigers will be occupying the twilight zone when they take on the New Zealand Warriors this Friday at Suncorp Stadium. It’s the 6pm game, often regarded by some fans as the forgotten Friday night match – because they have no problem remembering the big game at 8pm. But after a week that had the club in the twilight zone from every angle, it’s fair enough that the schedule had also put them in the same place. Head coach Michael Maguire, whose imminent demise was part of the week’s plot, has just got on with it… Read more »

Enigmatic Englishman joins the Bulls herd

The latest signing by Macarthur FC is the enigmatic and much travelled Englishman Jordon Mutch. Mutch is only 29 years of age and comes to the Bulls after a brief A-League stint with Western Sydney during last season. It’s fair to say that Mutch hasn’t yet realised his full potential. As a youngster he won selection in England under 17, 19 and 21 representative teams. When he hit the big time at Cardiff City, Mutch was hailed by the club as the next big thing, but that’s not how things turned out. He then moved from club to club in… Read more »

Big upgrades to major sporting infrastructure on the way

Bigge Park tennis complex and Michael Clarke recreation centre will be revitalised, while accessibility at the Whitlam Leisure Centre will be improved as part of a $710,00 sporting infrastructure upgrade. Supplemented by council contributions, the bulk of the funding will be used to install parquetry flooring within the multipurpose court areas at the Michael Clarke recreation centre located in the Carnes Hill community and recreation precinct. Bigge Park tennis courts will be resurfaced, fencing and lighting will be upgraded and a new booking system for simple and effective community access will be implemented. An accessibility upgrade to the Whitlam Leisure… Read more »

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Enigmatic Englishman joins the Bulls herd

The latest signing by Macarthur FC is the enigmatic and much travelled Englishman Jordon Mutch. Mutch is only 29 years of age and comes to the Bulls after a brief A-League stint with Western Sydney during last season. It’s fair to say that Mutch hasn’t yet realised his full potential.Read more »

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Big upgrades to major sporting infrastructure on the way

Bigge Park tennis complex and Michael Clarke recreation centre will be revitalised, while accessibility at the Whitlam Leisure Centre will be improved as part of a $710,00 sporting infrastructure upgrade. Supplemented by council contributions, the bulk of the funding will be used to install parquetry flooring within the multipurpose courtRead more »

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Fan favourite Michael Ruhs to keep running with the Bulls

Macarthur FC are continuing to build nicely for next season, locking in South West Sydney local Michael Ruhs for another year. Bulls fans, who quickly took to the aggressive young forward, will be delighted by the news. The Sydney United 58 junior made his A-League debut in the club’s firstRead more »

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Here’s cheers to local athletes chasing gold in Tokyo

We sat in front of our televisions and cheered Ash Barty on to Wimbledon victory on Saturday, and now it’s the turn of our Olympians. And while we will be behind ever single one of our huge contingent of 472 Aussie athletes in Tokyo, a special part will be keepingRead more »

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Macarthur next port for Mexican maestro Ulises Davila

He’s the winner of the 2020/21 Johnny Warren Medal and now Ulises Dávila is also a Bull – a Macarthur FC Bull. The club have today confirmed the signing of the Mexican attacking midfielder for the next three seasons.Davila, 30, who boasts under 50 A-League appearances during a two yearRead more »

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Beach volleyball on the local sporting horizon

Beach volleyball next: trialists at the recent VNSW Phoenix program, with interest driving a local South West Sydney based pathway program. Beach volleyball could be local sport’s next big thing. That’s because there been such a big response to plans for a volleyball development program in the South West SydneyRead more »

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