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Mighty Kangaroos one game away from 2020 grand final

Campbelltown City have cruised into next week’s preliminary final following a comprehensive 40-14 win over The Oaks Tigers at Victoria Park, Picton on Sunday. Meanwhile, Thirlmere have come from behind to make their way into a second straight grand final. The Roosters won 22-20 in a cliffhanger against Oakdale Workers at Sid Sharp Oval. Thirlmere… Read more »


Oakdale Workers win 32-30 after huge comeback

Pictures by MIKE SHEAN Oakdale Workers staged an incredible comeback to defeat Campbelltown City Kangaroos in a terrific game of rugby league at Sid Sharp Oval yesterday. The Workers won 32-30, but they trailed for the majority of the round five clash. At one stage the visitors were ahead 30-10 but the Workers never gave… Read more »


Campbelltown City Kangaroos stumble at home

Thirlmere have staged a second half surge to overpower Campbelltown City 40-18 on Sunday afternoon in round four of Group Six rugby league. The Roosters put the Kangaroos to the sword in the second half, scoring 30 points after the break to seal another victory and end City’s unbeaten record in season 2020. City jumped… Read more »


Kangaroos, Oakdale on the road to redemption

There are two feel good stories coming out of the resumption of Group 6 rugby league in the year of Covid-19. One is the Campbelltown City Kangaroos, pictured above after yesterday’s match, who have set aside a disappointing 2019 by winning three from three so far to be one of the form teams of the… Read more »


Kangaroos overcome Tigers – and the big wet

Campbelltown City have gone to the joint-top of the Group 6 Rugby League ladder, following a 16-6 win over The Oaks on Sunday afternoon in Round 2 of the shortened competition. The Kangaroos defeated the Tigers in atrocious conditions at Dudley Chesham Oval, scoring all their points before halftime, with Mother Nature not being in… Read more »


Kangaroos hopping with joy after downing Jets

Group Six rugby league finally returned to the playing fields of Macarthur and Wollondilly on the weekend. And while the absence of powerhouses Camden Rams and Picton Magpies will be missed, round one showed that there will still be plenty of highlights over the next six weeks. The Campbelltown City Kangaroos started with a bang,… Read more »

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