THE Barossa Light and Gawler Football Association (BLGFA) announced its first postponement of a season since World War II last week.
ANGASTON is the king of the Barossa and Light bowling world after claiming the Saturday division one, division 2a and 2b premierships after the season was called off at the conclusion of the regular season due to COVID-19 restrictions.
FORMERLY a junior player at Hummocks Watchman Netball Club, Tayla Williams was announced as one of four official training partners for the Adelaide Thunderbirds earlier this month.
AFTER signing on as player-coach of the Kapunda Football Club during the offseason, Fraser Evans said the mood within the playing group is “pretty flat” after the Barossa Light and Gawler Football Association (BLGFA) season was officially postponed until at least May 31.
IN late February, Trinity College hosted its annual inter-school Gymkhana as 122 horse riders from 36 schools across the state descended on Gawler.
IT’S 18 games, 18 wins for Angaston as it cemented an undefeated Barossa and Light division one bowls season with an emphatic 128-72 home win against fourth-place Eudunda.
TRINITY Old Scholars’ Adelaide Turf Cricket Association A-grade season ended in a whimper as it was mauled by a Pooraka side unlucky to just miss out on finals.
IN a heart-stopping final day of the Barossa and Light Cricket Association A1-reserves season, Gawler Central beat Lyndoch by three runs to leapfrog into the last finals spot, before Cricket Australia called for cricket nation-wide to be cancelled.