Phil Carse

  • Magpies prevalent at Maskell

    THE Hampden Football Netball League named its best players for season 2018 at its annual Maskell Medal presentation day on Sunday.

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  • Signings to boost Magpies

    CAMPERDOWN’S chances of playing finals football next season have received a welcome boost with the signing of several players.

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  • Coach Carse reappointed

    PHIL Carse will continue to lead the Camperdown Magpies in season 2018.

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  • Finals hopes fade away

    A SECOND half surge from Terang Mortlake has all but ended Camperdown’s hopes of a top five finish in 2017.

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  • Bain train gathers momentum

    AN 11-goal haul to Jordan Bain inspired Camperdown to a thumping 79-point victory, breaking a five game losing streak.

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  • 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 keeping it in the family

    CAMPERDOWN’S newest signing is keen to see history repeat itself in 2017 and follow in his first cousin’s footsteps.

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  • Former Pies return to the nest

    CAMPERDOWN has swooped early to bring back a number of past players to the club ahead of its first pre-season training session on Monday.

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  • Magpies in the zone

    CAMPERDOWN footballers are ready and raring to go in season 2016, with coach Phil Carse declaring the Magpies “fitter and stronger” than 12 months ago.

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  • Coach moves in

    FINDING a forward line replacement for former coach Dan Casey is Camperdown’s top recruiting priority, according to new coach Phil Carse.

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