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Fans still upset over diabolical performance at Campbelltown

If Wests Tigers play as poorly this weekend against the Sharks as they did against the Knights in Campbelltown on Sunday, they will be in for a long day at the office. They were missing in action for the first 40 times in what can be described as a diabolical effort coming after a month of improvement. Indeed the game was lost in the first half when the Newcastle side scored all their points (14). And while Wests Tigers came to life in the second stanza it wasn’t enough to overcome the first half deficit. It’s true that the team… Read more »

Eagles perched top of the ladder after demolition job on Collegians

East Campbelltown Eagles have shot to the top of the Macarthur Conference premiership ladder after another superlative performance yesterday. The Eagles comfortably disposed of Campbelltown Collegians at Bradbury 58-4 to pocket the two premiership points. A massive points for and against differential has them top of the ladder even though they have the same number of points as Camden Rams – 22. But their for and against is plus 170, compared to Camden’s plus 102. With just one round to go in the minor premiership, all the Eagles have to do is win their last game against Picton Magpies this… Read more »

Against the odds, Wests Tigers are still standing in 2022

Against the odds, Wests Tigers are still standing in 2022

Wests Tigers fans were calling on the club to give Adam Doueihi a lifetime contract after his superlative performance in the 32-18 victory over the Broncos last Saturday night. And who could blame them. Since his return from injury in the past few weeks, Doueihi has inspired his teammates to the point where the Wests Tigers are the form team of the NRL. The past month the team, who looked like they had a mortgage on the wooden spoon before then, have been playing like a top eight side. Unlucky against Parramatta and Penrith, ripped off against the Cowboys, no… Read more »

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The Western Sydney Wanderers will be without defender Matthew Spiranovic for up to 10 weeks due to an ankle injury. Spiranovic will go into surgery on Monday, July 28  and will miss the majority of the Wanderers pre-season including its crucial AFC Champions League Quarter Final matches.  Read more »

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Boys in blue to also rise for Alex McKinnon

The NSW Police Force is getting behind the Rise For Alex Round this weekend with the Police Commissioner encouraging all officers to show support for injured rugby league player Alex McKinnon (pictured). NSW Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione said the police force is steeped in rugby league tradition with many officersRead more »

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New coach takes reins at Wanderers women’s team

The Wanderers’ women’s league team will have a new coach in the new season, Norm Boardman. His appointment was announced earlier today, July 17. Having worked with the squad as assistant coach in the 2013/14 season, Boardman’s familiarity of the club and players will merge well with his wealth ofRead more »

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