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Macarthur FC first signing Tommy Oar one of the good guys

A Socceroos legend and one of the good guys of football has become the first player to join Macarthur FC Bulls. The club has announced today that Tommy Oar has signed a two year deal to play for the Bulls when they join the A-League next season (2020-21). The speedy midfielder’s signing is set to entice other top names to Macarthur in the next few days and weeks. Oar was capped 28 times by the Socceroos, including the 2014 World Cup where he played in all group matches. He possesses speed and the ability to put in dangerous crosses into… Read more »

Getting into the academy part of the journey

A fresh faced sports programmer and events coordinator at SWSAS: Daniel Currinckx. Newly appointed South West Sydney Academy of Sport (SWSAS) sports program coordinator Daniel Currinckx says the selection process is an exciting part of the journey of elite athletes. “As a newcomer to SWSAS it is personally motivating to see athletes engage in the excitement of selection and eager to test themselves against the well credentialed selection processes in place,’’ he said. Mr Currinckx, said the selection process and opportunity to be selected into the academy was tougher in some mainstream sports than others, but this did not mean… Read more »

Big signings bolster Wests Tigers’ women’s side

The West Tigers NRL squad may have gone backwards courtesy of Ryan Matterson’s shock exit, but the club’s women’s team is poised to fly high in 2020. They have just signed international representative duo Botille Vette-Welsh and Raecene McGregor in a bid to give the NSW Women’s Premiership a shake this year. Wests Tigers finished sixth in the regular season in 2019 and went on to make it as far as the preliminary final. Of the elite competition for women in NSW. The club hopes Vette-Welsh and McGregor will help the club improve on that achievement this season. Both players have signed… Read more »

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Big haul of wickets for Ghosts spinner Tanveer Sangha

Brilliant back to back performances for Campbelltown Camden have confirmed that young spinner Tanveer Sangha is on the way up in Australian cricket. Yesterday, Sangha, who calls Ingleburn home, teamed up with his Ghosts skipper, Jarrad Burke, to claim nine wickets between them against highly fancied Sutherland. Sangha’s figures ofRead more »

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Academy netballers set bar a little higher for next crop

The bar has been set a little higher for the next intake of young netballers at South West Sydney Academy of Sport. The impressive individual and team performances at the 2019 Academy Challenge in Orange last week also meant a successful season finish for the current crop of SWSAS netballers.Read more »

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East Campbelltown Eagles young guns have a year to remember

Winning seems to come naturally for these rugby league young guns, the East Campbelltown Eagles under nine division one side. The team, which includes one girl, will forever remember 2019 as the year they swept all before them. In June they emerged triumphant in the Paea Cup at Minto, followedRead more »