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Now only a miracle will save the Ghosts’ season

Another season is quietly slipping away for Camden Campbelltown Ghosts first grade. The club entered the first grade competition in 1984 and is yet to win a premiership at that level. After their loss to Western Suburbs on Saturday at Raby they are in danger of picking up the wooden spoon rather than playing finals cricket in the 2020-21 season. The Ghosts are second last on the ladder, seven points away from the bottom, a position occupied by Blacktown. Unless there’s a miracle in the last five matches of the regular season, the Ghosts will have to wait another year… Read more »

Bulls charge to the lead of the competition

Following yesterday’s 2-1 win in Newcastle over the Jets, the Bulls lead the competition on seven points, one more than the next two teams below them. It’s only fair however to point out that the Bulls are the only team in the league to have played four games. A couple of teams have played three, with the majority getting on the park just twice so far in the 2020-21 season. Macarthur FC coach Ante Milicic, for one, won’t be getting carried away with his team’s lofty position on the ladder so early in their inaugural season. The Bulls mentor will… Read more »

Bulls keen to start on the front foot against Jets

Three games so far and Macarthur FC have tasted every possible result, win, loss and a draw in their inaugural A-League season. They will hit the road for their fourth assignment when they travel to Newcastle tomorrow to take on the Jets. The home side have lost both games they have played this season and will be keen to open their account against the Bulls. That it will be a difficult game is something that Bulls head coach Ante Milicic admitted at his media conference yesterday. But not just because Newcastle will be desperate to win in front of their… Read more »

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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 »

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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 »


Boys in blue to also rise for Alex McKinnon

The NSW Police Force is getting behind the Rise For Alex Round this weekend with the Police Commissioner encouraging all officers to show support for injured rugby league player Alex McKinnon (pictured). NSW Police Commissioner Andrew Scipione said the police force is steeped in rugby league tradition with many officersRead more »


New coach takes reins at Wanderers women’s team

The Wanderers’ women’s league team will have a new coach in the new season, Norm Boardman. His appointment was announced earlier today, July 17. Having worked with the squad as assistant coach in the 2013/14 season, Boardman’s familiarity of the club and players will merge well with his wealth ofRead more »

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