Camperdown Magpies

  • Magpies knock over Portland

    CAMPERDOWN bounced back from its first defeat of the season with a 47 point victory over Portland in Hampden league football on Saturday.

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  • Magpies fall to reigning premiers

    CAMPERDOWN open netball coach Sharon Kenna concedes a “poor start” hurt her side in their round six Hampden netball league clash with Koroit.

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  • Scoring woes for Magpie netballers

    CAMPERDOWN suffered its second loss of the Hampden league open netball season, going down to South Warrnambool at the Leura Oval on Saturday.

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  • High flying Pies make it five

    FOR the second consecutive week, a final quarter comeback has seen Camperdown narrowly register victory in round five of Hampden league football.

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  • Magpies down Hamilton

    A STRONG third term has lifted Camperdown’s open netballers to win number three for the season against Hamilton on Saturday night.

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  • Magpies win night thriller

    CAMPERDOWN rallied late against a gallant Hamilton side desperate for its first victory of 2018 on Saturday night.

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  • Nail-biting finish to netball clash

    ONLY the narrowest of margins could separate Camperdown and North Warrnambool in their open netball match last Saturday.

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  • Camperdown flying high

    CAMPERDOWN remains unbeaten through three rounds of Hampden league football after a 17-point triumph over North Warrnambool at Mahony’s Transport Leura Oval.

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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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  • 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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