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Macarthur FC kicks another big goal

The Macarthur FC grassroots family has expanded again after welcoming Highlands Soccer Association to the fold this week. Highlands join Bankstown Amateur Football Association, Southern Districts Football Association, Macarthur Football Association and Southern Tablelands Football Association as community partners of Macarthur FC. It means the A-League newest club’s territory stretches from Bankstown, through Liverpool and Campbelltown, into the Wollondilly and down to Goulburn. Macarthur FC’s community engagement program now encompasses more than 120 clubs, while supporting almost 40,000 players and officials. These figures, set to rise even more in coming years, will see the club situated in the fastest growth… Read more »

Jacob Liddle finally back after a year out with injury

Jacob Liddle, the heir apparent to Robbie Farah, finally returns to footy this Sunday against the Bulldogs at Bankwest Stadium. Liddle has not played in first grade for more than 12 months while recovering from a serious knee injury. His return couldn’t be better timed with gun hooker Harry Grant on the sidelines with injury as well. Moses Mbye filled in for Grant in last week’s humiliating 44-4 defeat to the Newcastle Knights, but the less said about that the better. Head coach Michael Maguire, who’s been in the spotlight in the media since the loss to the Knights, has… Read more »

Camden Tigers go to top of the ladder

The men’s M-League Round 7 match between Camden Tigers and Ingleburn Eagles was the only clash that was played over the weekend. In conditions better suited to ducks than football, the Tigers prevailed 4-2 to go to the top of the ladder. Ingleburn started quickly, scoring in the opening minute via a perfectly timed header from Nicholas De Franck following a dead ball played in by Isaac Le Beau. Order was restored within five minutes after Brett Hay sliced through the Eagles defence and dribbled passed the keeper with ease to level the score. The Tigers took the lead just before… Read more »

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Perfect 10 as Camden Tigers roar

The matches of the round in the 2020 men’s and women’s M-League competitions couldn’t be more different. In the women, Camden Tigers easily disposed of the Ingleburn Eagles, scoring 10 unanswered goals in the round three fixture, including a hat-trick to prolific goalscorer Tenealle Hay. Oran Park defeated Mt AnnanRead more »

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It’s goodbye Matildas, hello Bulls

Right about now the inaugural coach of Macarthur FC Bulls, Ante Milicic, would be in Tokyo in charge of the Australian women’s soccer team, the Matildas. But Covid-19 has changed everything, including the postponement of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games for a year. If there was no pandemic though, itRead more »

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Ambarvale sport complex upgrade kicks goals

Local soccer players will reap the benefits of a $1.76 million upgrade to Ambarvale Sports Complex. The home of Bradbury Ambarvale FC now boasts a larger amenities building, new irrigation systems for three fields, laser levelling, returfing, drainage and upgrading to floodlighting on two fields. The project was funded byRead more »

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Oran Park turn the tables on Camden Tigers

The M-League round two feature matches last weekend may have ended up as one sided affairs, but they still offered fans plenty of entertainment – and goals galore. Thick fog rolled in just before kick-off, making it tough conditions for all but it didn’t stop Oran Park from defeating CamdenRead more »

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Brooks benched as coach goes for the axe again

Another defeat followed by another use of the coach’s axe – Wests Tigers head coach Michael Maguire has dropped a bombshell by benching halfback Luke Brooks for Friday night’s clash with Brisbane Broncos at Leichhardt Oval. After going down 18-10 to South Sydney in round nine, Maguire has made severalRead more »

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It’s raining goals in M-League opener

Round one of the 2020 Ottimo House M-League finally kicked-off last weekend with an entertaining men’s clash between newcomers Ingleburn at home to Mt Annan at Macquarie Fields, pictured above. It didn’t take long for the Ingleburn to find their feet, taking the lead within the first 10 minutes. TheRead more »

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Macarthur region soccer comps kick off

Macarthur soccer competitions big and small get under way from this weekend with hundreds of senior and junior players set to be kicking round balls in parks and reserves across the region. One local club, Harrington United FC, will have the added benefit of a funding boost from their sponsor.Read more »

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Macarthur BMX set to go international

Macarthur BMX club will be able to host international level events when stage two of the Kirkham Park BMX facility is completed. A $2.79 million grant awarded to Camden Council will go towards the construction of an 8-metre start hill for the international level BMX racetrack, off road sprint areaRead more »

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Fans back in time for big cats clash

After back to back wins, Wests Tigers will run out to face Penrith this Saturday night with real fans in the stands for the first time since the resumption of the NRL. Relaxation of Covid-19 restrictions mean that around 7,000 fans will be allowed into Bankwest Stadium for the clashRead more »

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