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Coach will be hoping these old stagers can keep going for a long, long time

Coach will be hoping these old stagers can keep going for a long, long time

Benji Marshall and Robbie Farah were in tremendous form against Manly on the weekend. They were brilliant last week, but the question is: how long can old stagers like Benji Marshall and Robbie Farah keep it up this season. As far as new coach Michael Maguire is concerned the two ageless warriors can step up next year and maybe much longer than that if they play like that every week. Farah in particular turned back the clock to score two tries in the team’s round one 20-6 defeat of Manly at Leichhardt Oval. It’s no surprise then that the coach… Read more »

Eagles shut out Rams to start defence of their title

Eagles shut out Rams to start defence of their title

East Campbelltown Eagles have started the defence of their NSWRL Sydney Shield premiership with a solid 30-22 win against last year’s finalists Moorebank Rams at Hammondville Oval on Saturday. The Eagles opened the scoring in the 13th minute when fullback Shannon Gallant touched down from a kick by Sean Connor, who converted the try to give the premiers a 6-0 lead. The young Moorebank side responded with a converted try to level the scores, and despite the heavy conditions produced by the big wet on the weekend, the two teams continued to trade tries. The Eagles were the next to… Read more »

Ghosts win title in toughest women’s competition in the world

Ghosts win title in toughest women’s competition in the world

We’re number one: Ghosts star Lauren Cheatle and captain Hannah Trethewy celebrate their premiership win on Sunday. It’s been a long time between drinks, but they’ve finally done it! The Campbelltown Camden District cricket club first grade women’s team have won this year’s Cricket NSW premiership – the toughest women’s cricket competition in the world. It means there’s a 31 year gap with the last time the Ghosts women claimed this premiership, in the 1987-88 season. And while they claimed the prestigious title without a ball being bowled in anger in the final against Gordon because of inclement weather, there’s… Read more »

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Eagles shut out Rams to start defence of their title

East Campbelltown Eagles have started the defence of their NSWRL Sydney Shield premiership with a solid 30-22 win against last year’s finalists Moorebank Rams at Hammondville Oval on Saturday. The Eagles opened the scoring in the 13th minute when fullback Shannon Gallant touched down from a kick by Sean Connor,Read more »

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Ghosts win title in toughest women’s competition in the world

We’re number one: Ghosts star Lauren Cheatle and captain Hannah Trethewy celebrate their premiership win on Sunday. It’s been a long time between drinks, but they’ve finally done it! The Campbelltown Camden District cricket club first grade women’s team have won this year’s Cricket NSW premiership – the toughest women’sRead more »

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Academy triathletes on the rise

Camden triathlete Madelyn Manny is focused during a tough national series race. Guy Creber, one of two triathlon coaches at South West Sydney Academy of Sport, is excited about what’s ahead for one of his charges, Madelyn Manny. “She is an extremely dedicated athlete who set herself to be aRead more »

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Blood, sweat and tears: academy athletes share their stories

Three things stood out at the 2019 Camden Council reception for South West Sydney Academy of Sport (SWSAS) athletes. First was the sea of red, white and blue in the Camden Council Civic centre at Oran Park last week as one by one athletes representing nine sports were called upRead more »

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Koski, Iemma lead Ghosts to victory and first ever minor premiership

A tremendous batting performance from openers Clara Iemma and Claire Koski paved the way for victory  and the first ever NSW Women’s Premier Cricket competition minor premiership for Campbelltown Camden Ghosts on Sunday. Chasing 179 for victory, the Ghosts easily defeated second placed Parramatta after a brilliant 146 run partnershipRead more »

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