Weekend roundup - 16-17th June


U11 Boys competed in the lightning carnival at Footscray
U13 Boys: Camberwell defeated Footscray White 9-3
U15 Boys: Camberwell lost to Williamstown 0-19
U17 Boys: Camberwell lost to Williamstown 12-5
Division 2 Men: Camberwell defeated Brunswick 19-3
State League Men: Camberwell lost to Williamstown 10-15


Cannons halt the Tanks

Camberwell’s Under 11 teams went head to head in a night match played on Thursday in front of a good crowd of spectators.  The Cannons came out on top by 12 – 6, inflicting the first loss on the Tanks for this year.

U11 battle of Dorothy Laver Reserve

Come and watch our Under 11's compete under lights on Thursday. It's a local derby that is sure to showcase two teams of skilled and determined players, Camberwell Tanks vs Camberwell Cannons. Parents, seniors and juniors show your support and cheer the next generation on.

Trivia Night

Come along to our Trivia night on Saturday 2nd at 7:30 at Eric Raven Reserve. Only $15 Adult or $40 Family. No RSVP necessary. Pre-arrange your table of 10 or join a table on the night.

Quizards of Oz And Not Quite Right won last year. The Mens Division 2, featuring Professor Barlow and Professor Barnard will be hard to beat, but do they know their pop songs?

U11's play Footscray at home

19th and 20th May

Camberwell under 11 teams enjoyed a beautiful morning playing against Footscray teams at Dorothy Laver West. The games were played at the same time as the U13 game against Brunswick, making a great atmosphere.

Camberwell Cannons 19  def  Footscray Green 6

U11's travel to Altona

Camberwell Cannons 11 lost to Altona 17

New player Nick O’Meara opened brilliantly with an early goal for the Camberwell Cannons and went on to cap a great debut with 3 goals, two assists and a best player vote from the referees.  Fellow Parkhill schoolmates, James Wright, Dylan Wicken and Billy Norton contributed 2 goals and 5 assists between them but it was Remy Turner who played the standout game with 6 great goals against spirited defense.

The Tanks are rolling

The Under 11 Camberwell Tanks faced MCC with three players missing but a loan of two from the Cannons got them to a full starting line-up.   They didn’t take long to get rolling with Nicholls, Frawley and Seibel netting 5 goals and MCC held scoreless during the first period. 

Junior Tuesday training schedule

Camberwell Lacrosse will be running fortnightly specialist skills training sessions every second Tuesday for boys. Each session will focus on specific skills - see the schedule below.

The sessions will be targeted at the boys u15/u17 game, however seniors and u13 boys are welcome to attend. It will be a great way for u13’s to transition to the u15-style game and learn additional skills and tactics. Boys without arm guards or shoulder pads please arrange to borrow from club loan equipment prior.

Sparkling Start for Camberwell Women

The women’s season opened on Sunday 29th April with Camberwell represented in Division 1.

Some of our team were probably wondering whether the couple of missed seasons would find their skills rusty.  Far from it! The team sparkled their way to an impressive 18-8 win over Williamstown.

Grace Mackie was a powerhouse in the centre, dominating the face-off and driving into attack with her awesome running game and slick stick-handling skills.  She was well supported in the midfield running by a stand-out game from talented Amanda Hollenkamp.

Fighting win for U13 girls

It was a hard-earned but exuberant victory for the Camberwell Under 13 girls when they faced off against the combination Eastside team at Malvern Lacrosse Club on Sunday 29th April.

Miakoda Murray and Ruby Pagliaro were early scorers for Camberwell to have their team ahead 2-1 at the first break.  Eastside rallied to take a 5-3 lead at half time and the task was set for our girls.


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