Camperdown Football Netball Club

  • Pies battle bravely against Port

    PORT Fairy’s top-end class proved too much for a brave Camperdown, eventually shaking off the young Magpies by 26 points on the weekend.

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  • Magpies too strong for Roosters

    CAMPERDOWN’S open netballers produced a four quarter performance to down the improving South Warrnambool by 14 goals last weekend.

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  • Roosters run rampant

    CAMPERDOWN suffered another heavy loss to a premiership contender on the weekend, going down to South Warrnambool by 65 points.

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  • Finch to play game 100

    MAGPIE goal machine Jaymie Finch is preparing to notch up a century when she takes to the court against South Warrnambool at Friendly Societies Park tomorrow.

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  • Pies survive Cobden test

    A PURPLE patch in the middle quarters of their win against Cobden has helped Camperdown’s open netballers secure their third consecutive victory.

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  • Pies fall to league leaders

    CAMPERDOWN has sunk to its third loss in four games after the Magpies went down to Cobden by 43 points on the weekend.

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  • Milestone match for Magpie

    CAMPERDOWN stalwart Emily Stephens has praised the “family friendly” atmosphere at the Magpies ahead of her 200th top grade game tomorrow.

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  • Testing time for Magpies

    CAMPERDOWN proved no match for North Warrnambool on the weekend with the Magpies going down to the 2016 grand finalists by 83 points.

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  • Saints too good in the wet

    CAMPERDOWN’S open netballers were unable to start 2017 off with a win after going down to Koroit by six goals on the weekend.

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  • Tough start for Magpies

    DESPITE a heavy loss at the hands of reigning premiers Koroit, Camperdown coach Phil Carse has taken an optimistic view of his side’s 86-point defeat.

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