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CMCC Presentation Night

Our presentation night this year will be held at our great sponsors, Beer Deluxe Hawthorn. Please come along, bring your family and friends as we celebrate the season that has just finished. We also salute the achievement of winning the Club Championship – the first…

CMCC – Club Champions!

This weekend, the regular season came to an end, and with it Camberwell Magpies won our first Club Championship. Having finished runner-up to Monash Tigers in the JA Seitz Club Championship last year, we went one better in 2016/17. Our tally of 612 points had us…

WBBL comes to CSG

This coming January, we are proud to be hosting our first WBBL match when the Melbourne Renegades play the Perth Scorchers. We have hosted Women’s National Cricket League matches in the past, but this opportunity to be part of the burgeoning WBBL is wonderful recognition…

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Season Wrap - 1st XI

Season Wrap – 1st XI

The 1st XI had their best season in a long time, but unfortunately fell short of what was…

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