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Latino passion for rugby league on show when Peru tackle Brazil

Latino passion for rugby league on show when Peru tackle Brazil

Rugby league may be the greatest game of all but sometimes fans look at the atmosphere of a soccer match and say: wish we had some of that. And that’s where Latino rugby league comes in. The world knows how passionate football fans are across South America, from Peru to Brazil, Argentina to Chile. If people like Peru rugby league founder Jaime Perez get their way, some of that Latino passion could one day be a big part of the game of Dally Messenger, Wally Lewis and Andrew Johns. A club competition – a prerequisite for a country to gain… Read more »

Asked to bat first, Ghosts oblige by scoring almost 300

Most cricket experts reckon that if your team wins the toss you should bat first 99.9 percent of the time. Penrith took the opposite course when they hosted the Campbelltown Camden Ghosts on the first day’s play of the round 13 match. Winning the toss, the home team had no hesitation in inviting the Ghosts to have first use of the wicket at Howell Oval, Penrith last Saturday morning. The Ghosts said “thank you very much’’ and proceeded to score almost 300 runs by the end of the day. Considering the Macarthur side have had the batting wobbles of late,… Read more »

Socceroos fitness guru joins Macarthur FC as high performance boss

Macarthur FC have secured the signature of one of Australian football’s most experienced coaches. Anthony Crea, who joins the club as head of high performance, is not only a legendary Socceroo fitness guru, but a local to boot. The opportunity at Macarthur allows the 45-year-old to park his globetrotting past and work closer to home. Born and bred in Liverpool, Crea understands the community and the long standing appetite for a team to call their own as well as anyone. “When you do your job, you do it to the best of your ability. But when it’s local, it becomes… Read more »

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Raby Oval is ready to host the cricket competition of the 2014 Australian University Games.

Raby Oval to host University Games cricket

IT’S one of the best club cricket grounds in Sydney so it’s no surprise Raby Sports Complex – or Raby Oval as most locals know it – has been selected to host the cricket component of the 2014 Australian University Games. Since its inception in 1993, the Australian University GamesRead more »

It wasn't meant to be: The Bonnyrigg White Eagles were eliminated in a penalty shootout against Sydney Olympic. Picture: Football NSW

White Eagles lose in penalty shootout

Last year’s premiers Bonnyrigg White Eagles won’t defend their Mens 1 title after being eliminated on Sunday. Sydney Olympic won a penalty shootout 5-4, even with the disadvantage of going second, after the match against the White Eagles had ended 1-1 despite 120 thrilling, absorbing minutes. Taiga Soeda, Dimitri Hatzimouratis,Read more »

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