Camden Tigers V Wagga City Wanderers – Saturday 11 April 2015

Camden Tigers made the long trip to Wagga Wagga to cpm honework help take on State League newcomers Wagga City Wanderers at the picturesque Gissing Oval.

The first half of the match was very tight with the Wanderers probably having the best of the first 45 minutes. The Tigers were strong in defence and scrambled well to keep the scores 0 – 0 at the break.

The second half saw the Tigers lift the intensity and were rewarded for their strong first half defensive effort when Adam Smutek finished off a great movement and square ball from Jayden Russell to put the Tigers in the lead after 49 minutes.

Wagga were able to equalise in the 57th minute through Carl Pideski scoring from the penalty spot. The Wagga crowd came to life after this history making strike from the Wanderers.

In the 65th minute, Jayden Russell showed patience and skill to dribble the ball around the keeper and slot the ball into the back of the net to put the Tigers in front 2 – 1.
Six minutes later Jayden Russell was on the score sheet again after taking on the defence at speed and calmly placing the ball past the keeper to put the Tigers further ahead. 3 – 1

The remaining 19 minutes saw the Tigers create several more chances without troubling the scoreboard attendant.

The final score of 3 – 1 to Camden was a true indication of Camden’s second half effort.

Best for the Tigers were Bailey Simpson, Adam Smutek and Matt Johnston.

A good start to the season for our First Grade squad. A tough road trip which many clubs will find difficult throughout the season.

In the Under 20 fixture, Camden dominated the young Wagga City custom essays online side to run out 7 – 1 victors. Goal scorers for the Tigers were Liam Storkey, Brody Page (3), Ryan Shuttleworth, Alex Bullow and Cameron Waters. Wagga’s goal came from Aaron Moane from the penalty spot.

Nine points in the Club Championship bank for the Camden Tigers was the best possible start to the season.

The State League boys will return to Ron Dine Stadium next Saturday 18th April for their first home fixture of the season when we welcome FC Gazy Lansvale
First Grade will kick off at 7pm with the Under 20’s at 5.00pm.



Camden Tigers V FC GAZY Lansvale – 18 April 2015

Camden Tigers State League hosted FC Gazy Lansvale in Round 2 of the FNSW State League 2 competition at Ron Dine Stadium on Saturday 18 April 2015.

In the First Grade fixture The Tigers were looking to improve on their Round 1 performance against Wagga City Wanderers the previous week.

The match started well for the Home team with an early goal from the Camden Tigers skipper Danny Semaan. Not long after, the Tigers were up 2 – 0 following a superb finish from in form striker Jayden Russell. The Tigers continued their dominance of a very frustrated FC Gazy team and were rewarded for this dominance with a third goal and second for Danny Semaan just before the half time break.

The Tigers continued their dominance in the second half with further goals from Jayden Russell, Callum Rogers and Ryan Shuttleworth.

FC Gazy were also able to get on the scoresheet with a good goal from Mirwiss Amin and an own goal from Tigers central defender Stephen Tomasich

Camden Tigers ran out deserving 6 – 2 winners over a gallant FC Gazy Lansvale and remain undefeated after the first two rounds of the State League 2 competition.

The Under 20’s also remain undefeated following a solid 3 – 1 victory over FC Gazy Lansvale in the early fixture. The Camden goals came from Grant Mackechnie (2) and Liam Hastie. FC Gazy’s goal was scored by Mohamed Ali.

Another 9 points safely in the Club Championship bank



Camden Tigers V University of NSW – 25 April 2015

The Camden Tigers welcomed University of NSW to Ron Dine Stadium for this Anzac Day Round 3 Fixture.

The Top of the Table Tigers were looking to continue their unbeaten start to the season whilst the 4th placed University of NSW were looking to show they will be contenders in 2015.

The Tigers started well and after only 11 minutes were on the score sheet after a fine goal from in form striker, Jayden Russell. Camden continued the push forward in search of a second but to there credit the University boys were very determined in defence.

In the 41st minute it was that man, Jayden Russell again with another fine finish to put the Tigers 2 – 0 up and looking to go on with it. The University boys were under pressure and looking forward to the half time break.

The Second half saw an improved effort from University of NSW who could have got on the scoresheet themselves in the early stages but were prevented by some brilliant keeping from Matt Johnston.

The pattern of the game continued with Camden pushing forward and University of NSW strong in defence.

In the 79th minute of the game, Jayden Russell completed a memorable hat trick to put the Tigers 3 – 0 up and secure the three competition points.

Head Coach Dean Mackechnie then took the opportunity to run some of his bench players in preparation for the games ahead.

Best for the Tigers were Jayden Russell, Matt Johnston, Blake Szumski and Danny Martinez.

In the earlier Under 20’s fixture University of NSW were to good for a disappointing Camden Tigers winning 2 – 0. The University goals came from James Fogarty in the 7th minute and a 68th minute penalty from big striker, Ben Young

Another 6 points in the Club Championship bank sees us sitting second on the table, 3 points behind the leaders, Dunbar Rovers FC