Little bit of joy for Kangaroos after grounding the Jets

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Campbelltown City Kangaroos, who have not had much joy this year, came out on top when they tackled fellow Macarthur Conference rugby league battlers Narellan Jets on the weekend.

The Kangaroos played out a hard fought 20-12 victory over on a wet and muddy Narellan Sportsground and earned two important premiership points.

The Round 13 match also featured the first grade debut of Flynn Keenan, giving the Kangaroos another reason to celebrate.

Their reserve grade side had a very good 54-12 win earlier in the day, while the third grade Kangaroos suffered a narrow 30-24 loss in a really good game of footy.

There were just three games played on the weekend, with Oakdale and Mittagong winning their clashes.

Rams continue to occupy top spot on the ladder with 24 points so far, followed by the Oaks Tigers in second place and 19 points.

Oakdale Workers and Mittagong Lions are in third and fourth spots, with the Roosters making up the top five.

Of the Campbelltown contingent, the Eagles are doing the best so far, and are in sixth spot, two points shy of the top five.

The Campbelltown Collegians are two points further down, alongside the much improved Goannas.

In Round 14, the Goannas versus Eagles match at Onslow Oval looks the pick of the bunch, with both sides within striking distance of the top five.

As for the Kangaroos they will be hosting Camden Rams, who surely have one hand on this year’s trophy even before the finals get under way.


Oakdale Workers 44 def Picton Magpies 16

Narellan Jets 12 Campbelltown City Kangaroos 20

Thirlmere Roosters 10 Mittagong Lions 16


Collegians v Roosters – Bradbury Oval

Kangaroos v Camden Rams – Fullwood Reserve

Jets v Oaks Tigers – Narellan Sports Ground

South West Goannas v East Campbelltown Eagles – Onslow Oval

Magpies v Lions – Victoria Park, Picton

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