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Ghosts cement top spot after cruising to victory over Gordon

Campbelltown Camden District Cricket Club remain on top of the Sydney first grade premiership after a solid win at Chatswood against Gordon on the weekend, reports JASON ELLSMORE. In a one day fixture, the Ghosts chased down the Gordon total of 8-243 comfortably, winning with two overs to spare and six wickets in hand. Gordon won the toss and showed early signs of posting a reasonable total, losing their second wicket at 135. However, the Ghosts bowlers toiled hard and soon reined in the Gordon bats with some tight bowling. Pick of the bowlers were Jarred Lysaught, 3/35, and Jordon… Read more »

Ghosts put Magpies to the sword and go top of the class

Campbelltown Camden District Cricket Club have jumped to the top of the ladder after demolishing Western Suburbs at Raby on the weekend. JASON ELLSMORE reports that six rounds into the competition the unbeaten Ghosts sit one point clear in the hotly contested Premier competition. Eastern Suburbs, Sydney University and Randwick Petersham are closely behind the Ghosts, who clash with tenth placed Gordon in round seven this weekend. On Saturday an opening spell of magnificent left arm fast bowling by Luke Webb was enough to take the match away from the visitors. Webb, who was well supported from the other end… Read more »

Camden Cats win promotion to premier AFL competition in NSW

Macarthur will once again be represented at the highest AFL level in NSW with the Camden Cats promoted to the Premier Division competition for the 2018 season. And the Cats have declared they won’t be in the top tier just to make up the numbers. Camden president Joshua Leys says the club is extremely excited about the opportunity to play Premier Division football next year. “We are immensely proud to have achieved this promotion, which we believe recognises our efforts over the last five years in achieving sustained on field and off field success,’’ Mr Leys said. “It is also… Read more »

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Camden Cats have won promotion to the premier division competition of AFL in NSW.

Camden Cats win promotion to premier AFL competition in NSW

Macarthur will once again be represented at the highest AFL level in NSW with the Camden Cats promoted to the Premier Division competition for the 2018 season. And the Cats have declared they won’t be in the top tier just to make up the numbers. Camden president Joshua Leys saysRead more »

Gerry Knights with Trent

Son following in father’s legendary hockey masters footsteps

Major hockey tournaments in Glasgow, Hobart and Hiroshima in the space of nine weeks would be an enormous call for any athlete. But South West Sydney Academy of Sport executive director Gerry “Legend’’ Knights continually takes on challenges like this in his stride, despite being more than 60 years ofRead more »

The Ghosts celebrate another ACT wicket on Sunday at Manuka Oval.

Ghosts openers see off Test bowler Josh Hazlewood

The Campbelltown Camden Ghosts have seen off Australian fast bowler Josh Hazlewood and are in the box seat in their round four match against St George. Ghosts openers Aaron Yabsley and Mitchell Carruthers faced 30 hostile overs, including 10 from Hazlewood, but survived to stumps having accumulated 94 runs inRead more »

The Camden Tigers soccer team

Our gallant soccer girls fall at the final hurdle

Both Macarthur representatives in the 2017 Football NSW Champion of Champions finals were gallant in defeat. Camden Tigers went down 3-0 to Gladesville Sharks in the under 12 girls final, while Gladesville Ravens defeated Narellan Rangers 2-0 in the under 18 women’s decider. They were part of 18 finals playedRead more »

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