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Another narrow defeat as season starts to slip away for Ghosts

Another season is quickly slipping away for the Camden Campbelltown Ghosts men’s first grade team. Still without a premiership trophy 33 years after entering the Sydney premier cricket competition, the Ghosts will need a mighty effort to make this year’s finals. Especially after three consecutive losses in a row, which have pushed the team dangerously… 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 star of Australian cricket. His excellent… Read more »

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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…. Read more »

Big Bash star Lauren Cheatle helped the Ghosts women win their T20 clash on the weekend.

Lauren Cheatle and Sam Skelly shine for Ghosts in T20 victories

Two tremendous T20 wins by the Campbelltown Camden Ghosts women’s and men’s first grade teams on the weekend were punctuated by a brilliant individual performance in each of the games. As JASON ELLSMORE reports, women’s Big Bash star Lauren Cheatle smashed 39 runs off 16 balls, including eight boundaries in the big win over Universities…. Read more »

Young leggie Tanveer Sangha, who is just 16, took 5 for 79 for Campbelltown Camden Ghosts against Gordon on Saturday.

Five wicket haul for young leggie on debut

Next Saturday’s first grade NSW Premier Cricket at Raby between Campbelltown Camden DCC and Gordon DCC promises to be a great day with both teams’ evenly poised heading into day two, reports JASON ELLSMORE. If it wasn’t for a tough final 45 minutes of play on day one, the Ghosts may have considered themselves holding… Read more »

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Ghosts beaten after batting collapse, but live to fight another day

While Campbelltown Camden cricket club were cruising to victory yesterday morning in their quarter final clash against Sydney at Raby, none of their supporters were getting carried away. The phrase, cricket’s a funny game, was heard quite a few times on the balcony and inside the Ghosts amenities building as openers Aaron Yabsley and Mitchell… Read more »

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