CMCC 20th Year Celebration - 5th March 2016 Magpie Masters Young Magpies set to make their mark at Under 19 National Championships
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CMCC 20th Year Celebration – 5th March

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The 2015/16 season is the 20th year of the Camberwell Magpies Cricket Club, and to celebrate we are holding a function on the 5th March. As per our 10 year celebration, we will be announcing a Team of the Decade, as well as honouring a…

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2016 Golf Day

Coming up is our annual Golf Day at Greenacres Golf Club on 22nd January – the Friday before Australia Day. It’s always a great day for the Camberwell Magpies community to get together, and mingle with players, parents, supporters and sponsors. Our sponsors always help…

Young Magpies set to make their mark at Under 19 National Championships

Jono Merlo (left) and Sam Elliott (right) will compete in the Under 19 National Championships (Images: MyCricket/Facebook)

Two of the Camberwell Magpies’ brightest young prospects are set to shine on the national stage at the Under 19 National Championships in Adelaide this week. Jono Merlo and Sam Elliott have been selected to represent the Cricket Australia XI and the Northern Territory respectively…

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