Ghosts retain top spot on the ladder

Good season start: The Campbelltown-Camden Ghosts remain atop the ladder following their round four victory.
Good season start: The Campbelltown-Camden Ghosts remain atop the ladder following their round four victory.

The Campbelltown-Camden Ghosts are once again sitting pretty on top of the NSW Premier Cricket ladder following a win at the weekend.

The Ghosts travelled to Chatswood for day two of their round four clash against Gordon on Saturday.

The team has won every match this season, and their quotient sees them edging out the also undefeated Easter Suburbs for the top spot.

Gordon's squad had set the visitors a total of 246 to chase last week.

The Ghosts top order managed to score 117 runs in their 30 overs at the close of day one, losing four wickets in the process to resume day two needing 130 runs with six wickets up their sleeve.

Jaydyn Simmons and Luke Webb started the day at the crease, and the former never left. Webb was dismissed on nine by Tym Crawford in the 12th over of the new day, having faced a total of 44 deliveries and scoring one boundary (a four).

His dismissal brought Jackson Isakka to the middle with the scoreboard on 5/130.

Simmons continued to add to the total, while Isakka added just 10 runs before he was bowled by Scott O'Brien and sent to the sheds with the Ghosts total reading 6/161.

Captain Jarrad Burke then made his way to the crease and hit a swift 21 from 23 before O'Brien claimed his scalp too.

Ben Patterson was the last partner Simmons needed to chase down Gordon's total, the pair combining to reach a victorious 250 runs.