Socceroos in need of Central Western stars

By Burney Wong, Jake Humphreys, Katie Thomas and Ainsleigh Crisp. Why is Australian Football struggling to compete against the world’s best? Does it come down to the youth levels in small towns like Bathurst? Burney Wong and Jake Humphreys find out....

CSUFC’s 2nd Annual Headspace Cup

Photo: CSUFC’s First grade ladies playing for final points during the Headspace Cup. Sourced: Lauren Caruana By Lauren Caruana Charles Sturt University Football Club (CSUFC), went head-to-head with Bathurst District Football Association (BDFA),...

Socceroos in need of Central Western stars

By Jake Humphries In order for Australian football to continually improve, there needs to be more pathways for younger players from the Central Western region. Bathurst 75 football president, John Lambert addressed some of the biggest issues facing o...

Sibling rivalry hits the footy field

By Tom Markey Rivalries and sport go hand in hand with one another to add to the spectacle of the game. This is clear to see in the emerging rivalry between the Bathurst Bushrangers and the Bathurst Giants in the Central West AFL competition. The riv...

CSU Rugby and its Big Heart

By Jack Rickard The CSU Mustards Old Boys Day is always a momentous occasion and the 2017 event didn’t disappoint. Over the last 15 years, this day has brought back the reunion of ex clubmen who have been away from the CSU mitchell rugby field ...

Old Boys Day [Radio]

For years male sports in Australia have been portrayed in the media as hard games played by hard men. However Bathurst local club CSU Mitchell is challenging this stereotype as they show the softer side off the field. Listen below for the full story&...

Local Rugby Club announces Indigenous Round

As part of NAIDOC week it has been announced the first ever Central West Rugby Union Indigenous Round will be held on the 5th of August, with the Under 17’s Emus side to wear a specially designed jumper to commemorate the occasion.    
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