Club History

The Campbelltown-Camden DCC first contested the Sydney Cricket Association competition in 1985-86.


The original sides were formed from elite cricketers within the Macarthur Region. To this day, this is still the case with approximately 95% of the playing staff rising through the local junior association to play cricket in the toughest domestic competition in the world.


The club prides itself in providing opportunities for its local juniors.


This has been the formula since the club’s inception which has resulted in the club winning 15 Premierships (throughout the grades) and the almighty effort of winning an SCA Grade Club Championship.


The Ghosts proudly name Shane and Brett Lee, Michael Bevan and Corey Richards as past players who were introduced to Sydney, New South Wales and Australian cricket through Ghosts Cricket, assisting them in achieving their dreams.


Through the introduction of Women’s Grade teams the club is also very proud to name Sarah Coyte as our 1st locally produced Australian Cricketer.


Inaugural Club President Noel Laming - "Reflects"

CCDCC First 1st Grade Game - Complete Score Card

1982 News Article

1985 News Article