Eagles perched top of the ladder after demolition job on Collegians

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East Campbelltown Eagles have shot to the top of the Macarthur Conference premiership ladder after another superlative performance yesterday.

The Eagles comfortably disposed of Campbelltown Collegians at Bradbury 58-4 to pocket the two premiership points.

A massive points for and against differential has them top of the ladder even though they have the same number of points as Camden Rams – 22.

But their for and against is plus 170, compared to Camden’s plus 102.

With just one round to go in the minor premiership, all the Eagles have to do is win their last game against Picton Magpies this Sunday.

Eagles player Edwin Connor is also having a big season, leading the top pointscorers table with 148.

Also certain to play finals footy this season are the Campbelltown City Kangaroos, after they got the two points against Oakdale at Fullwood Reserve off the back of a very strong showing.

Kangaroos, who missed out last season, are on 17 points, the same as the Workers, who are also headed to the finals in 2022.

Picton Magpies will finish in fifth spot, no matter what happens in the last round this coming weekend.

The Magpies are on 16 points, two more than the Oaks Tigers plus a massive differential advantage.


East Campbelltown Eagles def Campbelltown Collegians 58-4

Campbelltown City Kangaroos def Oakdale Workers 26-14

Thirlmere Roosters def Oaks Tigers 30-18

Picton Magpies def Camden Rams 32-18


Campbelltown Collegians v Thirlmere Roosters – Bradbury Oval

Campbelltown City Kangaroos v The Oaks Tigers -Fullwood Reserve

Camden Rams v Mittagong Lions – Kirkham Park

East Campbelltown Eagles v Picton Magpies – Waminda Oval

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