THE Gawler Lions Sunday Markets are returning this Sunday to the Gawler Railway Station after initially shutting down in February due to COVID-19 concerns.
IN front of a packed house at Freeling Oval on Sunday, Willaston, Angaston and Barossa District all capped off perfect, undefeated seasons in the Barossa Light & Gawler Football Association’s women’s seniors, under-17s and under-14s respectively.
LAST weekend Matt Perry became the first Trinity Old Scholar in club history to reach 250 games after beginning his career with the club as a year 12 student in its inaugural season in 2006.
FOR the first time the Barossa Light & Gawler Football Association’s most prestigious prize – the Schluter Medal – will be broadcast live online on Tuesday, September 22 due to COVID-19 eliminating the possibility of a ‘normal’ setting.
THE Gawler and District SAPSASA football team were victorious in claiming the Year 6/7 State Country Football Championships title last week, winning all nine games in Gawler’s first division one win in 20 years.
FRESH faces may be seen umpiring some of the region’s biggest games in next year’s Barossa Light & Gawler Football Association (BLGFA) as the league’s umpiring association is set to promote the next crop of first-grade whistle-blowers.
IN a preview of this weekend’s Barossa Light & Gawler Football Association preliminary final, South Gawler travelled to Angaston and pulled away late to secure a 12.15 (87) to 9.10 (64) win to wrap up the home-and-away season.
LOCAL football finals will see “significantly lower” crowds this year due to COVID-19 restrictions, with the last games of the season set to be held at Freeling for the second consecutive year.