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Youth and experience a winning blend for Ghosts

A blend of youthful talent and solid first grade experience was the perfect mixture as the Ghosts defeated Blacktown in round five of NSW Premier Cricket on Saturday, reports JASON ELLSMORE. The Ghosts bowlers toiled well in restricting Blacktown to 8/231 in the first innings having sent the Warriors into bat for the morning session. All the Ghosts bowlers finished with wickets, however eyes were on debutant Tanveer Sangha. The 16 year old’s selection came on the back of a fine first grade T/20 debut the previous weekend in which he demoralised the Northern District bats taking 3 for 8…. Read more »

Our kart racing young gun sets sights on Las Vegas

Local kart racing young gun Angus Wallace has conquered the Gold Coast and has now set his eyes on Las Vegas. After finishing first in the recent Gold Coast 600 Race of Stars junior event, the 16 year old from Camden has been invited to race at the SKUSA (SuperKarts USA) Supernationals in Las Vegas. Although this is a huge opportunity, Wallace also sees it as a massive challenge. “The opportunity to race in the Rotax Pro Tour in Australia has given me some high level racing, but Las Vegas would definitely be the next level,’’ he says. Wallace, who… Read more »

Ghosts pile on the runs to set up first win of the season

When your captain, who has scored more than 10,000 grade runs, doesn’t get a bat, things must be looking up. Campbelltown Camden Ghosts legendary skipper Jarrad Burke, who was listed to bat at number eight on Saturday at Raby against Eastern Suburbs, was content to sit outside the dressing room and watch his charges pile on the runs in round four of Sydney Premier Cricket. One of the highlights was a superb century from opener Aaron Yabsley, which placed the home side in a strong position at the end of day one, reports JASON ELLSMORE. Yabsley’s patient total of 138… Read more »

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Tanveer Sangha in action for Australia against Pakistan last summer.

Youth and experience a winning blend for Ghosts

A blend of youthful talent and solid first grade experience was the perfect mixture as the Ghosts defeated Blacktown in round five of NSW Premier Cricket on Saturday, reports JASON ELLSMORE. The Ghosts bowlers toiled well in restricting Blacktown to 8/231 in the first innings having sent the Warriors intoRead more »

Camden young gun Angus Wallace finishes first in the Gold Coast 600 Race of the Stars.

Our kart racing young gun sets sights on Las Vegas

Local kart racing young gun Angus Wallace has conquered the Gold Coast and has now set his eyes on Las Vegas. After finishing first in the recent Gold Coast 600 Race of Stars junior event, the 16 year old from Camden has been invited to race at the SKUSA (SuperKartsRead more »

umpire John Evans will officiate in his 400th Sydney grade match this Saturday at Raby.

Howzat! Cricket umpire to raise finger for 400 matches

Local cricket umpire John Evans will reach a special milestone this weekend – weather permitting. Evans has been appointed to officiate in his 400th Sydney Cricket Association match on Saturday in a third grade clash between Campbelltown-Camden Ghosts and Northern District at Raby 2 oval. Only 11 umpires in theRead more »

Rhonda McCaw and her guide dog, Shelly.

Acoustic target shooting star needs our help

Rhonda McCaw has been legally blind since birth. A Macarthur resident for most of her life, she has diplomas in social welfare and health science. Rhonda is very active, volunteering in her community and also helps promote and advocate the rights of people with disabilities. She is also a veryRead more »

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Usain Bolt coming to Campbelltown with the Mariners

Will Usain Bolt make the grade in football? That’s anybody’s guess but at least local football fans will soon get to see the world’s fastest man giving it a red hot go right here in Campbelltown. Central Coast Mariners, the team that’s given Bolt an opportunity to see if heRead more »

Ghosts third grade players celebrate one of the five wickets that Jackson Isakka took on Saturday.

Ghosts fall a few runs short in season opener

Campbelltown Camden Ghosts fell just a few runs short in the 2018-19 NSW Premier Cricket season opener against University of NSW Cricket Club at Raby Sports Complex. The Ghosts batted first in the limited overs fixture and only managed 118 runs when they were all dismissed in the 40th over.Read more »

MP Greg Warren with some of the local Oz Tag stars selected to represent the Western City Scorpions in this year’s NSW Junior City versus Country tournament this Sunday at Bateau Bay.

Our Oz Tag stars set to add bite to Scorpions

Appin Oz Tag star Josh Yu says he’s excited by the prospect of playing for Western City Scorpions in this year’s NSW Junior City versus Country tournament. “I am so excited I can’t wait to play,’’ says the 14 year old, one of several local Oz Tag players selected forRead more »

Campbelltown City's League Tag champions of 2018.

Kangaroos celebrate two Group 6 premierships

Campbelltown City Kangaroos may not have been able to defend their first grade premiership but nor did they walk away from the 2018 rugby league season without adding some trophies to the cabinet. The club won two honours on the weekend: an inaugural Ladies’ League Tag title and a droughtRead more »

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