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  • Magpies fall short

    CAMPERDOWN’S open netballers continued their season of close contests with the North Warrnambool Eagles in last Saturday’s Hampden league qualifying final at Mahony’s Transport Leura

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  • Finals challenge awaits Magpies

    CAMPERDOWN’S top three senior netball grades all recorded commanding victories over Warrnambool in last Saturday’s final round of the home and away season.

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  • Magpies finish with victory

    CAMPERDOWN ended its 2017 season in the best possible fashion, crushing Warrnambool by 52 points at Mahony’s Transport Leura Oval on Saturday.

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  • Netballers secure double chance

    CAMPERDOWN’S open netballers recorded a convincing 29-goal victory over Hamilton at Melville Oval last Saturday.

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  • Pies bounce Hamilton

    CAMPERDOWN has secured back-to-back wins in the run home to the 2017 Hampden league season.

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  • Coach Carse reappointed

    PHIL Carse will continue to lead the Camperdown Magpies in season 2018.

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  • Tully stars on international stage

    SOUTH west teenager Tully Watt is eyeing off the 2018 Youth Olympics after shaving more than a minute off her personal best (PB) in the combined shooting and running at the 2017 Modern Pentathlon World Youth Championships last month.

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  • Hot Pies tame Tigers

    SIX goals to Jordan Bain helped Camperdown return to the winners’ list on the weekend with a 14-point victory over Portland.

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  • Magpies swoop into second

    CAMPERDOWN’S open netball side have taken full advantage of North Warrnambool’s shock loss to Portland by snatching second spot over the weekend.

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  • Seagulls fly past Magpies with final term blitz

    REACTIVE football was the cause of Camperdown’s final quarter blow-out in the Magpies’ loss to Port Fairy, according to coach Phil Carse.

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