What a Storey: Adam runs riot for Camden Cats

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The Camden Cats reserve grade side has got its season back on track with a comprehensive 110 point win against the Inner West Magpies at Fairfax Reserve last weekend.

Bolstered by the return of key forward Aidan Bell, the Cats dominated their opposition in the first half, piling on 10 goals to 2 in a blistering start to the game.

Camden midfielder Adam Storey ran riot through the middle of the ground with countless inside 50s and a 70 metre goal of his own in the second quarter.

He was well supported by reserve grade debutant Will Brown; who did not look overawed in the higher level competition and veteran James Broadbent who turned back the clock with a masterclass in the Cats’ backline.

The Cats showed a level of skill and intensity not seen in reserve grade this season, as they continued to score at will during the second half piling on another 10 goals to secure a comfortable 110 point win.

Camden Cats were on fire in reserve grade .

Taine Gilheany had his best performance of the season for the Cats with 7 goals; while Aidan Bell in his return to the cattery also scored 7 goals.

This was a great result that puts the Cats back in the hunt for a finals berth.

Camden Cats goal kickers: T. Gilheany 7, A. Bell 7, L. Aliphon 2, M. Lecek 2, A. Storey, M. Medlin

Camden Cats best players: A. Storey, A. Bell, T. Gilheany, J. Broadbent, L. Jesson, W. Brown.

  • All Camden Cats teams are on the road this coming Saturday; with the club’s Premier Division side playing the St George Dragons at Olds Park from 2pm.


Premier division Inner West Magpies 8.12.60 defeated Camden Cats 6.5.41

Premier division reserves Camden Cats 20.15.135 defeated Inner West Magpies 3.7.25

Under 19 division 1 UNSW/ES Bulldogs 7.11.53 defeated Camden Cats 4.6.30

Women’s division 1 North Shore Bombers 9.5.59 defeated Camden Cats 3.3.21

Men’s division 2 Bye

Men’s division 3 Camden Cats 10.18.78 defeated Randwick City Saints 5.7.37

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