Camperdown Football Netball Club

  • Pies make light work of Cobden

    CAMPERDOWN’S A grade netballers continued their impressive start to the season with a 30-goal win over Cobden at Leura Oval on Anzac Day.

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  • Magpies prevail in Anzac battle

    CAMPERDOWN continued its winning start to the season with a 20-point victory over Cobden in wet conditions for the Anzac Day clash at Leura Oval.

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  • Anzac rivalry visits Leura Oval

    CAMPERDOWN captain Damien Pemberton does not expect anything less than a fiercely contested match when his side hosts Cobden tomorrow for the third annual Anzac Day clash between the clubs.

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  • Magpies make winning start

    A FOURTH quarter burst saw Camperdown romp to victory in its first game under new coach Phil Carse.

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  • Strength in numbers for netballers

    WITH the constraints of last year’s lack of numbers behind them, Camperdown’s senior netballers are ready to hit the ground running as they look to make a return to finals this season.

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  • Magpies’ latest recruit

    CAMPERDOWN Magpies’ new recruit Daniel Seehusen once rode a bike from London to Melbourne.

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  • Magpies split weekend matches

    THE Camperdown Magpies won’t be easy to score against in 2015.

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  • Leading the way

    THE Camperdown Magpies could be a wildcard in the finals this year, according to midfielder Damien Pemberton.

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  • Magpies put through their paces

    CAMPERDOWN’S footballers put their mental fortitude to the test at a gruelling pre-season camp on the weekend and the results have coach Phil Carse even more optimistic about the season ahead.

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  • Back from northern exposure

    CAMPERDOWN will take a leaf out of a favourite son’s book and look to model itself on Port Adelaide this season, according to new reserves coach James Castles.

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