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  • Magpies knock off Warrnambool

    CAMPERDOWN ended a six-year drought at Reid Oval with a 16-point triumph over Warrnambool in round two of Hampden league football.

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  • Green and gold delight

    JAKE Noonan has caught the eye of national selectors during his recent performance at the Australian Men’s and Mixed Netball Championships in Sydney.

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  • Five Star is number one

    FIVE Star Stockfeeds owner Colin Symes and his son Rohan have been announced as the Camperdown Football Netball Club’s number one and two ticket holders for season 2018.

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  • Finals desire burns for Magpies

    CAMPERDOWN coach Phil Carse believes his side is on the right path to establishing itself as a finals contender this season.

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  • Youngster chops his way to victory

    DYLAN Robertson may not say too much, but the 12 year-old’s ability to chop wood has people talking.

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  • Golfers make welcome return

    CAMPERDOWN golf course reopened on Wednesday after being closed for three weeks following the St Patrick’s Day fires.

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  • Earliest Laker history unearthed

    A MINUTE book detailing the establishment of the Camperdown Cricket Club has made its way back to the club almost 160 years after it was written.

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  • Rebels fall short in season opener

    THE Greater Western Victoria Rebels will be ruing a missed opportunity after Bendigo Pioneers overran the Rebels in the final quarter of their TAC Cup match.

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  • Fires singe local golf course

    THE Camperdown Golf Club has vowed to rebuild after the weekend’s fires caused extensive damage to the course.

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  • Pelicans honour season’s best

    BOOKAAR Cricket Club conducted its presentation night on Friday night, awarding its best players for the 2017/18 season.

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