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Softball talent production line: two locals on world cup duty

Softball talent production line: two locals on world cup duty

This region has produced a lot of talented softballers who have reached the top of the game. The latest are Mia Gilmore (pictured) and Blake Hunter, who have been selected in the Australian teams for the women’s and men’s under 18 softball World Cups. The women’s 2020 softball World Cup will be held in Lima, Peru, August 23-30. The men didn’t have to go as far, with their 2020 World Cup being held this week in Palmerston North, New Zealand. Joining Gilmore and Hunter were two other South West Sydney Academy of Sport softball program athletes, Jack Davies and Madi… Read more »

Maguire names strongest side for final Wests Tigers trial

Maguire names strongest side for final Wests Tigers trial

After an uninspiring effort against Penrith last week, Wests Tigers coach Michael Maguire has named a team for their second trial that looks like the likely starting 13 for the 2020 season. Indeed the 23-man squad for Sunday’s hit out against the New Zealand Warriors at Rotorua International Stadium is only missing Matt Eisenhuth because of a foot injury. However the big forward will be available for selection in the club’s season opener on March 15. After sitting out last week’s 32-4 loss to Penrith, co-captain Moses Mbye and Benji Marshall will both start against the Warriors this Sunday, joining… Read more »

Ghosts hold finals fate in their own hands

The last two rounds of the premiership will determine if Campbelltown Camden Ghosts first grade side play finals cricket this season. After going through a poor form patch half way through the season, the young Ghosts of 2019-20 have recently shown there’s still plenty of fight in them. On the weekend they wrapped up a first innings victory over Penrith at Howell Oval. The win pushed the Ghosts to 10th place on the ladder, just seven points away from a finals spot. There are two rounds remaining, but potentially there will be 18 premiership points up for grabs, so the… Read more »

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Action from Sunday night's dramatic encounter

Bonnyrigg win premiership with late goal

Bonnyrigg White Eagles have won the IGA NPL NSW Mens 1 premiership in dramatic circumstances on the weekend after a 1-nil injury time win against Sydney Olympic. The victory stole the premiership off the Blacktown Spartans after their horrifying 7-0 loss to Blacktown City earlier in the day. In aRead more »

Gutsy Eagles notch another win

East Campbelltown Eagles have notched up another win in the Sydney Shield rugby league competition after a gutsy performance on Sunday away from home against Hills District Bulls. The Eagles, who won 24-20 despite being two men down for much of the match, next tackle Cabramatta, also away from home,Read more »


Lions put Roosters away

The Mittagong Lions have all but secured the 2014 Group Six Rugby League Minor Premiership, after defeating Thirlmere 52-32 in their match on Sunday afternoon. The Lions started the day on top of the ladder, but knew they had to defeat the Roosters, and then aim for next week’s matchRead more »

Battle of the Eagles

When two Eagles clash, one has to crash down to Earth, and in this rugby league battle of the birds, unfortunately it was the Campbelltown variety that came off second best on the weekend. But the East Campbelltown Eagles, soundly beaten by the Belrose Eagles on the weekend, are stillRead more »

Rock bottom: Tigers players after the match.
Pictures courtesy Fox Sports 1

Wests Tigers hit rock bottom

It had to be. Rock bottom. After the week in hell. And so it was. In the deep north of Australia. More than 2,000 kilometres from Balmain. Even more from Campbelltown. About 50 more, give or take. It was 20-0 after 20 minutes, but most Wests fans would have believedRead more »

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