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Monty Panesar took two wickets against Bankstown

One win from five grades: Ghosts do it tough again

The Camden Campbelltown Ghosts cricket club had another weekend to forget, with just one win from the five grades. Fifth grade was the only Ghosts team to record victory, their third of the season. The Ghosts easily accounted for Bankstown even though they lost the toss and were sent inRead more »

Young stars Dharmini Chauhan, left, and captain Stephanie Ellsmore

Raby to host women’s cricket finals this Sunday

When it comes to great sport venues in the south west region, local football codes have Campbelltown Sports Stadium. Cicket and the Camden Campbelltown Ghosts boast their own magnificent facility – Raby Sports Complex. Several building improvements over a number of years have turned Raby into one of the bestRead more »

Former skipper Scott Coyte

Tough season: Ghosts putting in the hard yards

Campbelltown Camden Ghosts cricket club’s five grades produced another weekend of mixed results. With a lot of young players coming through the ranks it was always going to be a tough summer for the Ghosts. But while they have suffered many defeats so far this season, the Ghosts have foughtRead more »

Raby Sports Complex will host a feast of T20 cricket this Sunday.

Feast of T20 action on the card at Raby this Sunday

If you enjoy T20, the newest form of cricket, get down to Raby Sports Complex this Sunday to catch a feast of the short form of the game. Eight clubs, including hosts Campbelltown Camden Ghosts, will slug it out in Sydney Premier Cricket’s T/20 competition. Raby 1 will host theRead more »

Monty Panesar will need to take a bag of wickets if the Ghosts are to have a chance of beating Parramatta this Saturday.

Quick wickets key to Ghosts chances of beating Parramatta

Campbelltown Camden Ghosts first grade will need to take eight Parramatta wickets in a hurry this Saturday to defeat the home side in Round 6 of the Sydney Premier Cricket competition. A lot of responsibility will be on the shoulders of international Monty Panesar to add to his tally ofRead more »

The Ghosts batters had no answers to the first class bowling from the Lions.

Lions big guns too good for Ghosts bats

Chasing 430 runs is a tough ask at the best of times let alone when NSW and Australian big guns Doug Bollinger, Gurinder Sandhu and Ben Rohrer turn up for day two – in ideal bowling conditions, reports Jason Ellsmore. The first-class players joined their Lions mates in the field atRead more »

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