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Ghosts bats fall in a heap

Ghosts bats fall in a heap

There was just one bright spot from the heavy defeat of Campbelltown Camden Ghosts at the hands of Western Suburbs on the weekend. Teenage leg spinner Tanveer Sangha picked up a total of eight wickets in the match, four from each innings, to confirm his status as a rising star of Australian cricket. His excellent performance though could not prevent the Ghosts from being defeated outright after making just 309 runs from two innings. The first innings scoreboard in particular makes for some uncomfortable reading for the Ghosts, who batted first on Saturday at Pratten Park, Ashfield. Just three batsmen… Read more »

Young golfer shows the way

Young golfer shows the way

Golf continued its upward swing at the South West Sydney Academy of Sport when the best of our region’s local junior golfers ventured to Goulburn to compete in the Brett Ogle Junior Masters Tournament. A capacity field of 128 of the State’s best junior golfers came together to take on the par 71 championship course  and – unfortunately – also up to 50km winds. The weather didn’t deter the juniors from playing some exceptional golf shots and finishing with some great overall score card performances. One of the best of many great personal performances came from “academy gun’ Brandon Vella. Vella,… Read more »

Ghosts sneak home in thriller at Raby

Ghosts first grader Nathan Baker completed a wonderful week as substitute fieldsman spending the Sydney Test with the Australian team in the fourth Test against India, which ended in a draw.  Apart from being on standby to field he also tended to mid field deliveries of drinks and players’ gear and and assisted in training.   Last Saturday’s round nine limited overs clash between Campbelltown Camden Ghosts and Randwick Petersham had as much drama and intrigue as a good detective novel. And that was even before a ball was bowled at Raby Sports Complex. The Ghosts won the game and… Read more »

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Ghosts bats fall in a heap

There was just one bright spot from the heavy defeat of Campbelltown Camden Ghosts at the hands of Western Suburbs on the weekend. Teenage leg spinner Tanveer Sangha picked up a total of eight wickets in the match, four from each innings, to confirm his status as a rising starRead more »

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Young golfer shows the way

Golf continued its upward swing at the South West Sydney Academy of Sport when the best of our region’s local junior golfers ventured to Goulburn to compete in the Brett Ogle Junior Masters Tournament. A capacity field of 128 of the State’s best junior golfers came together to take onRead more »

Premier League bound SWSAS netballer Rahni Wilkes.

Academy’s rising netball star Premier League bound

Campbelltown netball prodigy Rahni Wilkes is Premier League bound. The 16 year old has won selection to the strong Eastwood Ryde Premier League Club train on squad for 2019. Being part of a Premier League club train on squad will enable Wilkes to further develop her skills and gain valuableRead more »

Sydney FC and Wellington Phoenix

Campbelltown Sports Stadium to host Sydney FC and Phoenix clash

Macarthur’s own A-League team won’t kick a ball in anger until August 2020, but Campbelltown Sports Stadium will offer local football fans plenty of action before that. To start with, Campbelltown Sports Stadium has been announced as the venue for a match between A-League teams Wellington Phoenix and Sydney FCRead more »

Harrington Park champion Jaide Gayle-Weiling

Gold rush: six from six for Harrington Park speedster

Jaide Gayle-Weiling blew the opposition off the track at the NSW Speed Skating Championships. The Macarthur ace skated her way to six gold medals from as many events. The 17 year old from Harrington Park is a South West Sydney Academy of Sport Future Stars program athlete. This is aRead more »

Ghosts bowling to Sydney University yesterday in a Kingsgrove Sports T/20 Cup finals fixture at Raby Sports Complex yesterday afternoon.

One out of two ain’t bad for Ghosts men

One out of two ain’t bad. That’s what the Campbelltown Camden first grade men’s team may be thinking after a solid win on Saturday followed by a disappointing defeat 24 hours later. The Ghosts men recorded a resounding win over Bankstown in the NSW Premier Cricket competition on Saturday, chasingRead more »

Isobel Ross became the first quadruplet to drive a winner, Eye See Diamonds, to victory at Club Menangle in Saturday’s Group Three Garrards Teeny Teeny Stakes.

Isobel’s record will be hard to match

Talented young driver Isobel Ross etched her name in the harness racing history books on Saturday at Club Menangle with a feat which is unlikely to be matched any time soon. She became the first quadruplet to drive a winner at harness racing headquarters, during her first drive at theRead more »

Ghost stand in captain Phil Wells set up the Ghosts T20 victory with an undefeated innings of 75 from just 56 deliveries.

Ghosts one game away from playing T20 final at the SCG

The Campbelltown Camden Ghosts first grade men’s team have qualified for the semi finals of the Kingsgrove Sports T/20 Cup, reports JASON ELLSMORE. They can go a step further and make the final at the hallowed turf of the SCG if they can overcome Sydney University at Raby next SundayRead more »

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