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Ghosts by a whisker to get season back on track

Ghosts by a whisker to get season back on track

It was ever so close – a win by a very narrow margin – but it was one the Campbelltown Camden Ghosts desperately needed to help get their season back on track. But they did it the hard way, allowing Manly Warringah to get within five runs of victory. When the Ghosts took the last Manly wicket, the home side were all out for 232, in reply to the 236 scored by the Ghosts a week earlier at Manly Oval in the round seven match. Sam Skelly was the destroyer in chief for the Ghosts, picking up four wickets, which… Read more »

Tryathlon to make a splash in Camden again

Tryathlon to make a splash in Camden again

When the world’s largest tryathlon series for under 16 years returns to Camden next year it will offer an exciting new event. The Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon, supported by Camden Council, will be held at Onslow Oval on Sunday, March 1, 2020. Children of all abilities are encouraged to participate in the event, which involves: A swim in the Camden War Memorial Pool – 75 metres for participants aged 7-10 years and 150 metres for 11-15 years;A cycle through closed suburban streets – three kilometres for 7-10 years and six kilometres for 11-15 years; and A run through the finish arch… Read more »

Spotlight’s on next crop of emerging golfers

Spotlight’s on next crop of emerging golfers

Ryan Connors started last year’s academy golf program with a handicap of 11 is now down to 1.2. He’s a talented all round athlete who is really enjoying his golf. As the sun sets on another local golf club championship season, the spotlight turns on our emerging talent ahead of their development program. The South West Sydney Academy of Sport (SWSAS) have just announced their 2019-2020 golf squad and the list makes for very impressive reading. It includes Mount Annan’s Lilian Kremmer, who is progressing through the ranks and currently playing off a handicap of 4.8. Another is Campbelltown’s Ryan… Read more »

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Tryathlon to make a splash in Camden again

When the world’s largest tryathlon series for under 16 years returns to Camden next year it will offer an exciting new event. The Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon, supported by Camden Council, will be held at Onslow Oval on Sunday, March 1, 2020. Children of all abilities are encouraged to participate inRead more »

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Spotlight’s on next crop of emerging golfers

Ryan Connors started last year’s academy golf program with a handicap of 11 is now down to 1.2. He’s a talented all round athlete who is really enjoying his golf. As the sun sets on another local golf club championship season, the spotlight turns on our emerging talent ahead ofRead more »

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Mighty M-League set to be even bigger in 2020

Forget the J-League, A-League or even Premier League, when it comes to grassroots soccer competitions the M-League reigns supreme in South West Sydney. Macarthur Football Association, which runs the M-League competition for both men and women, says the 2020 premiership will be bigger than ever. With player trials getting underRead more »

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Academy scholarship for rising star of alpine sport

Catarina Di Ramio is a speed demon on snow. Add a strong work ethic to the Wattle Grove teenager‘s need to speed and you know she could well be our next alpine sport star. Catarina, who represents Thredbo Ski Racing Club in alpine, slalom and ski cross, has also racedRead more »

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Wests Tigers major sponsor now also chairman of the board

He’s from South West Sydney, well, at least his company is, so it will be interesting to see the direction new Wests Tigers chairman of the board Lee Hagipantelis will take the NRL club. Hagipantelis, the principal of Brydens Lawyers, the major sponsors of the club since 2016, will replaceRead more »

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Big haul of wickets for Ghosts spinner Tanveer Sangha

Brilliant back to back performances for Campbelltown Camden have confirmed that young spinner Tanveer Sangha is on the way up in Australian cricket. Yesterday, Sangha, who calls Ingleburn home, teamed up with his Ghosts skipper, Jarrad Burke, to claim nine wickets between them against highly fancied Sutherland. Sangha’s figures ofRead more »

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Academy netballers set bar a little higher for next crop

The bar has been set a little higher for the next intake of young netballers at South West Sydney Academy of Sport. The impressive individual and team performances at the 2019 Academy Challenge in Orange last week also meant a successful season finish for the current crop of SWSAS netballers.Read more »

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