SEASON PREVIEW - CAMPBELLTOWN BLUES

Season Preview- Campbelltown

INS

NAME

 

YOB

FROM

Nicholas

Wright

1996

Bankstown District Sports Bombers

Dominic

Dahler

1996

Camden Junior Australian Football Club

Jordan

Etto

1996

Camden Junior Australian Football Club

Charles

Ford

1996

Camden Junior Australian Football Club

Tynan

Williams

1996

Camden Junior Australian Football Club

Aidan

Williams

1996

Camden Junior Australian Football Club

Mitchell

Thomson

1991

ILLAWARRA

Matthew

Edwins

1989

Sydney Hills Eagles

Cameron

Gordon

1994

Sydney Hills Eagles

Amua

Pirika

1991

Sydney Hills Eagles

Corey

Lyons

1992

Warners Bay

Blake

Bray

1992

WESTERN SUBURBS

 OUTS

NAME

 

YOB

TO

Shane

Doherty

1990

CAMDEN

Tim

Green

1993

CAMDEN

James

Watkins

1985

CAMDEN

Blake

McCrossen

1992

CAMDEN

Fraser

Brown

1992

CAMDEN

Simon

Cleary

1989

CAMDEN

Joel

Parsons

1988

Ipswich

Tyson

Sims

1995

Keilor

Alex

Sneddon

1991

Sydney Hills Eagles

Benjamin

Wharton

1994

Sydney Hills Eagles

Dominic

Dahler

1996

SYDNEY UNIVERSITY

Damien

McGee

1989

Townsville City Lions AFC

Samuel

Wildy

1989

Townsville City Lions AFC

Marcus

Linsen

1992

WESTERN SUBURBS

Preview:

Blake Bray is a massive inclusion having been formerly on Carlton’s list.He along with coach, Neil Brunton, Amua Pirika and Matthew Edwins are the big signings for Campbelltown who want, and need, to climb off the bottom of the ladder. Edwins returns to the club from Sydney Hills where he impressive as a goal-kicking midfield/forward and will also captain the side. Cameron Gordon is another to return to the club after limited opportunities at the Eagles and will be depending upon in the ruck.

This is offset by the move of Alex Sneddon and Ben Wharton to the Eagles. Wharton is a gun junior with plenty of class and a ready-made body for senior football, while Sneddon was the Blues’ headline ruckmen for the last few seasons. Perhaps the biggest loss is Marcus Linsen (to Western Suburbs) who was a former club Best and Fairest and held the side together during tough times.

The club, all in all, have gained some class and Brunton is highly regarded. This should mean a slight jump up the ladder but they have a lot of ground to make up to the top clubs.

Prediction:

9th




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