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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 »

Tanveer Sangha in action for Australia against Pakistan last summer.

Youth and experience a winning blend for Ghosts

A blend of youthful talent and solid first grade experience was the perfect mixture as the Ghosts defeated Blacktown in round five of NSW Premier Cricket on Saturday, reports JASON ELLSMORE. The Ghosts bowlers toiled well in restricting Blacktown to 8/231 in the first innings having sent the Warriors into bat for the morning session…. Read more »

Ghosts third grade players celebrate one of the five wickets that Jackson Isakka took on Saturday.

Ghosts fall a few runs short in season opener

Campbelltown Camden Ghosts fell just a few runs short in the 2018-19 NSW Premier Cricket season opener against University of NSW Cricket Club at Raby Sports Complex. The Ghosts batted first in the limited overs fixture and only managed 118 runs when they were all dismissed in the 40th over. The home side made things… Read more »

Aaron Yabsley and Mitchell Carruthers

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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