Weekend Roundup - 21-22 July

State League: Camberwell defeated Eltham 12-10
Division 2: Camberwell defeated Chadstone 16-11
Boys U17: Camberwell/Chad defeated Melbourne High 30-0
Boys U15: Camberwell lost to Eltham 30-1
Boys U13: Camberwell lost to Eltham 6-4
Boys U11: Camberwell Tanks lost to Willy Fearons 4-7
Boys U11: Camberwell Cannons lost to Willy Cities 6-12

Headed for Finals

The Camberwell Under 13 girls were supreme in a convincing 15-1 victory over Williamstown on Sunday.  The game started with an avalanche of Camberwell goals as Ruby Pagliaro, Eva Peraic, Mia Murray and Trinity Meachem darted their way through the opposition defence to post six opening quarter goals.

Taking it up to Williamstown

The Under 11 Cannons and Tanks travelled over the bridge to face the might of Williamstown this week and, while not securing victory, did show great skills improvement and a fighting spirit to push the sea-siders in both games.

For the Cannons, Dylan Wicken and Remy Turner led the scoring with two goals apiece and new player Zac Crellin was mighty with a goal and 2 assists.  Once again Bailey Nicholls was named best for Camberwell with a tireless display coupled with 3 assists and a goal.  The final result was Camberwell Cannons 6 lost to Williamstown 12.

Weekend Roundup - 14-15th July

U13 Girls: Camberwell defeated Eltham 14-3
U15 Girls: Camberwell lost to Eltham/Surrey 14-9
U17 Girls: Eastside v Newport TBD
Women: Camberwell defeated Chadstone 15-4

U11 Boys: Camberwell Tanks drew with Camberwell Cannons 7-7
U13 Boys: Camberwell lost to Surrey Park 4-19
U15 Boys: Camberwell lost to Surrey Park 4-12
U17 Boys: Camberwell defeated Footscray 14-3
Mens Div2: Camberwell lost to MCC 9-10
Mens State League: Camberwell lost to Altona 8-9 (OT)

Sean Gets his Australian Coat of Arms

Today the Australian Team departed for their World Championship campaign in Israel.   The club is thrilled to have Sean Aaron guarding the Aussie goal.  He deserves and gets our highest applauds for the contribution he has already made to Camberwell Lacrosse Club and we wish him the very best in showing his outstanding goalkeeping skills while he wears the green and gold. 

Sean invited Doug Fox, as a former Australian team captain and goalkeeper, to make the blazer presentation to him before the team's departure. 

Weekend Wrap - 1 July 2018

Pic: a blast from the past - remember in 2011 when our grounds were inundated leaving a massive tree stump in the middle?

Saturday 30 June

Mens State League: Camberwell defeated Footscray 12-11
Mens Div 2: Camberwell lost to Williamstown 16-18
Boys U17: Camberwell/Chadstone lost to Altona 6-12
Boys U15: Camberwell defeated a bye
Boys U13: Camberwell lost to Williamstown 0-11
Boys U11: Camberwell Tanks defeated Surrey Park White 14-3
Boys U11: Camberwell Cannons defeated Surrey Park Red 22-7

Tanks and Cannons dominant

Our Under 11 teams took on Surrey Park in wintery weather at Dorothy Laver Reserve and both teams came out on top with impressive victories.

The Tanks final score was 14- 3 with Remy Turner, Owen Seibel and Magnus McCrae leading scoring, well supported by Harry Smith and Andrew Balzat-Fuller. Hamish Thompson starred as goalie, making multiple saves and running and clearing the ball with some great passes.

Best:  Smith, McCrae, Turner, Thompson

Weekend roundup - 23-24 June

State League: bye
Div 2: Camberwell defeated Altona 19-8
U17: Camberwell drew with Brunswick 9-9
U15: Camberwell lost to Chadstone/Malvern 14-1
U13: Camberwell lost to Malvern/Caulfield 18-1
U11: Camberwell Tanks lost to MCC Blue 8-10
U11: Camberwell Cannons defeated MCC Red 15-11

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.


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