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It’s raining goals in M-League opener

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. The Mt Annan Mustangs scored twice in reply to be leading 2-1 in the 77th minute. However a sensational Tretheway header late in the match ensure the points were shared in the 2-2 draw. In other men’s M-League 2020 matches reigning champions Gunners SC weren’t suffering any hangovers, as they put… Read more »

Maguire keeps changes to a minimum for Souths clash

Maguire keeps changes to a minimum for Souths clash

Luke Brooks will once again steer the Wests Tigers around the park against Souths. Wests Tigers will go into their clash with South Sydney this Friday night full of confidence despite their 19-12 defeat at the hands of the Panthers last weekend. Battered and bruised after a fiery clash with Penrith, it looked like the team would lose at least three players through injury, along with the suspended Joey Leilua. But when coach Michael Maguire named his side at 4pm, all three players in doubt, Moses Mbye, Luciano Leilua and Sam McIntyre, were named in the 17 that will take… Read more »

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. The Shawood by Sekisui House sponsorship will provide equipment, uniforms, coaching staff and medical assistance for the Hornets junior teams, from under 6 to under 11. Since its inception in 2002 the Hornets have accommodated thousands of soccer players and their families in the Camden region, says Ray Zammit, senior… Read more »

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The Eagles were too strong for Cabramatta on Sunday.

Eagles on track to defend premiership

The East Campbelltown Eagles are on track to defend their Sydney Shield premiership after notching another win on the weekend. The Eagles travelled to Cabramatta on Sunday to take on home side Cabramatta Two Blues in Round 9 of the NSWRL Sydney Shield competition. After an impressive performance, the EaglesRead more »

Stalemate: action from the 0-0 draw between the Tigers and the Eagles at Lambert Park last night. Picture: Football NSW.

Stalemate at Leichhardt between quality teams

As so often happens when two high quality teams meet, stalemate was the result. APIA Leichhardt and Bonnyrigg White Eagles played out a 0-0 draw at Lambert Park last night, reports MARK STAVROULAKIS. Both sides had one superb chance to score each, but Nathan Elasi and Ray Miller fluffed theirRead more »

Action from the eight goal thriller on Saturday night between Blacktown Spartans and Bonnyrigg White Eagles. Bonnyrigg won 5-3. Picture: Football NSW

Sydney United in five goal avalanche

Manly United caused the upset of the round, twice coming from behind to beat highly fancied Sydney United 58 FC 5-3 in a thrilling match at Sydney United Sports Centre on Sunday. Brendan Cholakian was the chief destroyer for the northern beaches side, scoring an impressive hat-trick within 46 minutesRead more »

Ross Mati-Lerfi and Guy Thompson were the Eagles’ best on Sunday in their win over Asquith.

Waminda Oval fortress holds firm for Eagles

Despite having key players unavailable because of injuries, East Campbelltown Eagles accounted for Asquith Magpies in round eight of the 2015 NSWRL Sydney Shield competition on Sunday. The Eagles not only recorded an impressive victory but also once again defended the fortress at Waminda Oval. On top of that theRead more »

Respect: The two teams and fans observed a minute’s silence before the game for Picton identity Margaret Emmett, who passed away.

Scrappy Magpies keep Appin Dogs at bay

Picton have kept intact their unbeaten record in the 2015 Group Six rugby league premiership after a scrappy 40-24 win over Appin on Sunday afternoon, reports MIKE SHEAN: The Magpies scored seven tries against the Dogs, but they did it the hard way in front of a small but vocalRead more »

There was non stop action in the eight goal thriller between Blacktown Spartans and Bonnyrigg. Photo courtesy of Football NSW.

Eagles get on top in eight goal thriller

Fans of defensive stalemates would’ve been left thoroughly disappointed at Blacktown Football Park on Saturday night. An eight goal thriller gave fans plenty of excitement as Bonnyrigg White Eagles overpowered Blacktown Spartans 5-3. It was a heartbreaking loss for the home side who had total control of the match afterRead more »

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