A group of Camden's netballers continue to impress against some of the state's premier talent.
The Camden and District Netball Association (CDNA) has two teams competing in this year's Dooley's Metro League, which is one of the top netball competitions in NSW.
The CDNA division three metro league team sits in fifth spot on the ladder following an impressive 64-44 win over Baulkhams Hills on the weekend.
Camden trailed 25-23 at half time, but a second half surge saw the side win by 20 goals.
The CDNA division five metro league side sits in fourth spot on the ladder.
The side has secured five wins in-a-row, including an impressive 54-35 victory over Eastwood/Ryde on the weekend.
Back home, the CDNA is gearing up to host its "Say No To Domestic Violence" round at the Narellan Sports Hub this Saturday, August 17.
CDNA has teamed up with the Camden Police Area Command to run the event to raise funds and awareness for the Camden-Wollondilly Domestic Violence Committee.
Camden police will run a domestic violence education session. Highlights on the day will include a barbecue and raffles, as well as netball matches.