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        [caption id="attachment_1274" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Fourth grade winners and grinners[/caption] Popular club bar man Don James was awarded the President’s Trophy at the 2018 Whites presentation night held at the Woden Hellenic Club. One hundred and sixty enjoyed the night which was spectacularly presented by Mara Elliott with...

  Member for Monaro John Barilaro has announced funding for the building of a gymnasium and change rooms at Campese Oval. The $350,000 project will see women’s change rooms, toilets, referee’s room and a weights room. “There’s nothing like watching the Whites playing at home with a huge...

      [caption id="attachment_1265" align="aligncenter" width="300"]                       Player of the day[/caption] Whites reserve grade are the 2018 premiers with the colts faltering at the last hurdle. Both teams were defending their 2017 grand final titles against Tuggeranong. Sean...

Reserve grade and colts are seeking back to back premierships on Saturday with both sides facing Tuggeranong at Erindale. The colts won in 2017 defeating Gungahlin 17-11 and seconds won the title with a 26-15 against the home side. [caption id="attachment_1260" align="aligncenter" width="300"]        ...

Whites’ colts will join reserve grade in the grand finals next week after accounting for Gungahlin 20-17 in the preliminary final while fourth grade fell just short going down 24-28 to the home side at Erindale. Both colts and reserves are the 2017 reigning premiers.   [caption...

Fourth grade (9.35) and colts (11.35) play in the preliminary finals on Saturday with the fourths up against Tuggeranong and colts facing Gungahlin. Both games will be a huge test for the Whites with Tuggers boasting plenty of smart footballers and the Eagles running hot at...

Fourths advance to the preliminary final against Tuggeranong after accounting for ADFA 62-14. It was a completely dominate display with No. 8 Tim MacNamara, centre Tom G. Darmody and five eighth Daniel Hawke putting on a master class. Darmody and MacNamara each scored a double as...

With Gungahlin found guilty but with no consequences, three teams remain in the semi-finals-reserve grade, colts and fourths. Playing of fresh reserves by the Eagles is against the rules but apparently the decision was based on that it “had no influence on the final outcome of...

First grade is out of the 2018 final series after Gungahlin defeated Uni-Norths with a bonus point. Reserves, colts and fourths will contest the semi-finals this weekend at Erindale. The question mark over first grade is whether or not a protest is heard and is successful...