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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 »

Young guns fire, but Ghosts suffer second loss on the trot

Not even an undefeated century from number seven batsman Nathan Glynn was enough for Campbelltown Camden Ghosts to avoid defeat against Northern District on Saturday. Glynn, 113 not out and Jackson Isakka (pictured below), who scored 59 runs, were two of the few positives the Ghosts will take from the clash at Mark Taylor Oval. The loss was their second on the trot, and sent them cartwheeling down the ladder into eighth spot. After four rounds of the 2019-20 Sydney Premier Crickets season the Ghosts were leading the competition off the back of four wins from as many matches. After… Read more »

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Women in good start to cricket season

The official start to the Sydney women’s first and second grade season began at Raby on Sunday as all Sydney teams converged on Raby. Every Sydney women’s club, complete with their Australian Test Stars and NSW representatives, contested Round 1 which featured eight T/20 matches at the perfect “Cricket Carnival” set upRead more »

The Eagles celebrate

Eagles hand out year’s awards

The 2014 Sydney Shield rugby league premiers, East Campbelltown Eagles held their annual presentation night at the Bradbury Hotel on Friday night. Sponsors and fans were told that the club has easily had their best season in the 53 years of history within the East Campbelltown Eagles Club Winners ofRead more »


Wanderers travel east for redemption

The Western Sydney Wanderers will be seeking redemption when they travel east to the Sydney Football Stadium on Saturday night for the seventh A-League Sydney Derby. The Wanderers lost the final derby last season to Sydney FC in a spiteful affair, and the Blue half of Sydney has been remindingRead more »

ACL final

Wanderland will do fine for ACL final, say fans

Western Sydney Wanderers have today confirmed that Parramatta Stadium will host the club’s AFC Champions League Final first leg on Saturday, October 25. A survey to Wanderers Members showed over 70 per cent of the nearly 3000 respondents chose the club’s home ground as the desired destination for the hugeRead more »

Midnight Basketball

Midnight Basketball bounces back

Hot on the trail of last season’s success, the popular Midnight Basketball will return to Liverpool on Friday, October 17 at the Michael Wenden Leisure and Aquatic Centre with workshops and recreational activities. Midnight Basketball is a national, community-run program in which a range of local organisations and businesses comeRead more »

grade cricket

Ghosts, Lions suffer first round defeats

DESPITE having high hopes after good starts last weekend, both the Campelltown Camden Ghosts and the Liverpool Lions suffered defeats when round one of the Sydney grade cricket competition was completed yesterday. The Ghosts needed just eight wickets to collect the six points for a first innings victory when playRead more »

Rob Dries with some of the local kids

Appin spread the rugby league word

Rob Dries from Group Six rugby league club Appin Dogs seniors recently put NRL training balls from the Group Six development officers to some good use while he was on holiday. Rob and his family travel to Moso Island for their holiday every year. Moso Island is off Vanuatu andRead more »

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