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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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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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Ghost tales: women flying high, men run out of puff

Campbelltown Camden Ghosts women’s cricket is flying high but the men’s first grade has just got a little closer to the dreaded wooden spoon territory after another abject defeat on the weekend. After the completion of round 13 and with two more rounds of matches left, Ghosts men’s first gradeRead 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 »

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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Reality check for Ghosts as Liverpool batters hit out

After knocking over three quick wickets, the Campbelltown Camden Ghosts would have started thinking inviting their hosts Liverpool Fairfield Lions to bat first had been the right move. Unfortunately, by the time the fourth wicket fell at Rosedale Oval on Saturday afternoon the home side had amassed 286 runs. ByRead more »

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