Camperdown Magpies

  • No place like home

    IT only held its official opening on Friday, but Camperdown Home Timber and Hardware has been quick to throw its support behind the local football team.

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  • Proud moment for Magpie stalwart

    FOR a man who’s done just about everything at the Camperdown Football Netball Club, the Best Club Person award was a fitting accolade for Peter ‘Chester’ Reilly.

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  • Magpies wind up season

    FOR Luke Clarke, winning Camperdown’s senior best and fairest award in 2014 had a deeper significance than what happens on the football field.

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  • ‘Pup’ named top dog

    In 2006 he was the Magpies’ under 16 best and fairest, then a two-time runner-up in the senior award, now Luke Clarke will accept his first senior football best and fairest at next week’s Camperdown Football Netball Club presentation night.

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  • Magpies clinch decider

    THE Camperdown Magpies again rose to the occasion of finals netball to claim the 17 and under netball premiership on Saturday.

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  • Magpies take aim at premiership

    WIN, lose or draw tomorrow, Camperdown’s 17 and under netballers will leave the court knowing they’ve given everything they have.

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  • Finch steps up to claim MVP

    SHE’S only 19 years old, but a step-up in responsibility for Camperdown’s Jaymie Finch has paid dividends.

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  • Long-term appointment

    CAMPERDOWN has looked to sunny Queensland for its new senior football coach.

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  • Dan no longer the man

    DAN Casey has stepped down as Camperdown coach after one year at the helm.

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  • Baker steps down as coach

    TRACEY Baker has stepped down as the Camperdown Magpies’ A grade coach, citing increased family sporting commitments next season as the reason behind the decision.

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