Nine clubs vie for league glory

Bring it on: Team captains from the Western Suburbs District Junior Rugby League clubs can't wait for their season to start. Picture: Jeff de Pasquale
Bring it on: Team captains from the Western Suburbs District Junior Rugby League clubs can't wait for their season to start. Picture: Jeff de Pasquale

NINE Western Suburbs District Junior Rugby League senior clubs will compete in the NSW Inter City Combined Competition this season.

But none of the five Campbelltown-based clubs will field a team in A grade.

The competition, which starts on Sunday, starts on April 15 and is generating much interest within the rugby league communities of Canterbury, Balmain, St George, Eastern Suburbs, South Sydney and Western Suburbs. The competition involves 49 teams competing in A grade, two reserve grade divisions and two under-19 divisions.

All Saints, Campbelltown Collegians, Campbelltown Warriors, Eagle Vale St Andrews, Ingleburn RSL, Liverpool Catholic Club, Liverpool Titans, Minto Cobras and Valley United will host games throughout Liverpool and Campbelltown during the season.

According to the draw on the Inter City Combined Competition website, the Campbelltown-based clubs' top teams will compete in the following comps:

Eagle Vale St Andrews will play in reserve grade division 1.

Campbelltown Warriors, Minto Cobras and Ingleburn RSL will field teams in reserve grade division 2.

Collegians will field a team in under-19 division 1.