North Sydney Bears to Trial at Campbelltown Against New Manly Feeder Club

The North Sydney Bears Intrust Super Premiership team will trial against Manly-Warringah’s new feeder club, the Blacktown Workers, on February 11th at Campbelltown Stadium.

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The South Sydney Rabbitohs, in partnership with Campbelltown City Council and the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles, have confirmed their first full-format trial match of 2017 will also be played at Campbelltown Stadium on February 11th at 7:30 pm.

North Sydney will return to Campbelltown Stadium for the first time since 2014 when they were defeated by Wests Tigers 30-22 in round 20 of the NSW Cup. Curtis Johnston scored 2 tries, with Joe Uluibau & Jordan Worboys scoring a try each. Apisai Koroisau kicked 3 goals.

The Rabbitohs will return to Campbelltown Stadium for the first time since 1999 when Sean Garlick led the Rabbitohs to a 16-10 victory over the Western Suburbs Magpies.

Rabbitohs Head Coach Michael Maguire is eager to use the opportunity to see his squad in action after adding several new faces to the mix.

“We’ve got a lot of depth in all positions in our squad now, so I’m expecting some strong performances from my players coming off the back of this pre-season,” said Maguire.

“It’ll be a good chance for myself and my assistants [Dave Furner and Anthony Seibold] to get a proper look at what we’ve been building at the Rabbitohs and to further develop the combinations that will come from the hard work we put into this pre-season.

This is the Blacktown Workers Intrust Super Premiership team’s debut Season after a decision by Manly-Warringah to drop their Sea Eagle branded reserve grade team.

The trip to Campbelltown Stadium will be the first time the NRL Sea Eagles have played there since beating the Wests Tigers in Round 20 of the 2013 season.

Mayor of Campbelltown, George Brticevic said the game was a great opportunity to showcase Campbelltown’s premier sporting venue.

“Campbelltown is the regional city centre of south-west Sydney, and we welcome all opportunities to showcase the city to a wide audience,” Brticevic said.

“We are located in one of the most significant growth corridors in NSW, and with that growth comes further opportunities for sport and entertainment for our local people and visitors to our city.”

The South Sydney Rabbitohs team that plays in the NSW Physical Disability Rugby League Association Competition will take to the field in a curtain raiser.

There is also face painting, balloons, the Rabbitohs Pass the Ball Game and even the Rabbitohs Souths Cares Giant Inflatable Footy Field for the Kids!

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Key times:

Gate Open: 3:10pm

ISP Kick-off: 3:15pm

NYC Kick-off: 5:15pm

NSWPDRLA Kick-off: 7:00pm

NRL Kick-off: 7:30pm

Ticket Prices

RESERVE SEATING:          BAYS 18-22 (WEST)          BAYS 4-6 (EAST)


Bears/Rabbitohs Bays: 18-21 (west) and 4-5 (east)

Sea Eagles Bay: 22 (west) and 6 (east)