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Ghosts win bragging rights over Lions in grade cricket

Camden Campbelltown Ghosts have won bragging rights over Fairfield Liverpool Lions after winning their Sydney Grade cricket Rivalry Round clash at Raby Sports Centre yesterday (Saturday). The Ghosts did it slow and steady while batting, scoring a tad over four runs an over before being dismissed for 215 in the 48th over. It was such… Read more »

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Batting lesson as Gibson piles on more runs

The Ghosts tough start to the 2014-15 SCA draw continued on Saturday as the locals hosted the Sydney Cricket Association first grade Premiers for three of the last four seasons, Sydney University. Ghosts Captain Scott Coyte won the toss and elected to bat in the perfect conditions that had greeted both sides. With injuries and… Read more »


Ghosts in the box seat for outright victory

Ryan Gibson looks set to repeat former Australian international Michael Bevan’s purple patch for the Campbelltown- Camden Ghosts when he resumes his first grade Innings next Saturday on 83 not out at Raby. A young Bevan was propelled into the NSW Sheffield Team in the early nineties on the back of several tremendous consecutive innings… Read more »

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Gibson century lights up start of the season for Ghosts

After a solid preseason, the Campbelltown Camden Ghosts cricket club celebrated the opening of their 30th season with some outstanding individual performances.  First gade travelled to the beautiful Coogee Oval where captain Scott Coyte won the toss and decided to bat on the traditionally flat Coogee wicket. After losing opener Josh Clarke LBW for 2… Read more »

Grade cricket

Cricket Ghosts aiming high this season

The Campbelltown Camden Ghosts have tonight launched their 2014-15 season with a pledge to make the semi finals. Both the club president Mick Shanahan and coach Neil D’Costa urged the players in all grades to give it their all this season, the 30th year the Ghosts have been in existence. “It is time we played… Read more »

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