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Ghosts bats collapse in a heap once again

Winning the toss and electing to bat first might have seemed a good idea at the time, but Camden Campbelltown Ghosts will have a few regrets now. At stumps on day one of their round seven match with Bankstown, the young Ghosts are staring down the barrel of an outright defeat. They made just 132 runs off 45.5 overs, with a top score of 27 by Brock Larance, and another small contribution of 19 by allrounder Ben Patterson. Eight batsmen made a start but did not go on with it, a regular habit this season for some of them. Bankstown… Read more »

Wests Tigers revolving door: Joe Ofahengaue coming, Josh Aloiai going

The revolving door that is sometimes in operation at Wests Tigers went into overdrive in the past week. Having confirmed the signing of representative forward Joe Ofahengaue (pictured above) for three years, the club at the same time confirmed the departure of Josh Aloiai, who is off to Manly. Aloiai and Wests had been involved in an ugly spat since the young forward sought a release to go to the northern beaches and a fatter contract. Wests Tigers played hard ball for a little while, but everyone knew they would eventually capitulate, and that’s exactly what happened. But to the club’s… Read more »

Five new riders in academy BMX program

Five new athletes will be part of the next BMX program at the South West Sydney Academy of Sport. A total of 12 talented BMX riders have been selected into the 2020-2021 program under head coach Cara Wilde. They are Clay Johnson (Liverpool), Jack Young (Camden), Violet Dutko (Campbelltown), Bianca Moubarak (Camden), Ethan Moubarak (Camden), Kayden Murphy (Camden), Jayden Morris (Camden), Rory Southwell (Camden), Ireland Gerhard (Wollondilly), Haylee Morris (Camden), Isaac Robinson (Camden) and Mackenzie Hadley (Wollondilly). Along with the five new BMX riders, the academy welcomes incoming assistant coaches Daniel Morris and Simon Dutkos. Morris is himself a BMX… Read more »

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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 »

Tigers skipper Robbie Farah.

Tigers up against Cowboys

So the Wests Tigers are off on their 2,000km trek to Townsville this weekend, where they line up against the Cowboys in Round 22 of the  2014 NRL competition. If the long distance was the only obstacle between the Tigers and a win on Saturday night (7.30pm on Fox SportsRead more »


Another first for mighty Wanderers as they unveil 2014-15 gear

Western Sydney Wanderers have unveiled the club’s official Nike home and away kit for the Hyundai A-League 2014/15 season with the club’s largest ever team photo. The photo features hundreds of passionate fans, decked out in Red & Black supporter gear, standing beside the Wanderers’ full squad, including Nikolai Topor-Stanley,Read more »

The Storm were too good for the Wests Tigers at Campbelltown tonight.

Wests Tigers smashed by Storm

The Wests Tigers missed a golden opportunity to move up the NRL ladder tonight, when they found a way to lose a game they should have won. In front of a miserable crowd of just over 6,000 hardy souls on a cold Campbelltown night,  Robbie Farah’s decimated team just couldn’tRead more »

Eagles flying high for Benny

The East Campbelltown Eagles downed Mounties 34-12  in the NSW rugby league Sydney Shield competition on Sunday. The match was played at Waminda Oval and Eagles players wore specially designed jerseys in memory of Benny Stevens. It was also Old Boys day, so the Eagles had an extra couple ofRead more »

Pat Richards

Pat Richards key man for Wests

The song in grandma’s time said ‘‘you don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone’’ and I have to admit that’s how I feel about Braith Anasta now. For most of the season a posse of Wests Tigers observers have been calling for Anasta’s head, because they felt he wasn’tRead more »


Eagles tribute to Ben Stevens

The East Campbelltown Eagles will this Sunday, August 3 pay tribute to former player and popular local, the late Ben Stevens, pictured. The Eagles will play Mounties for the Benny Stevens Cup and raise money for local youth mental health foundation, Headspace. East Campbelltown secretary Tammy Draper said:  “Benny wasRead more »


The Western Sydney Wanderers will be without defender Matthew Spiranovic for up to 10 weeks due to an ankle injury. Spiranovic will go into surgery on Monday, July 28  and will miss the majority of the Wanderers pre-season including its crucial AFC Champions League Quarter Final matches.  Read more »

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