FORMER South Gawler Lion Travis Head added another page to his illustrious career in this past week’s Sheffield Shield clash between South Australia and Western Australia, registering a new personal high-score, and the second highest score by an SA batsman at the WACA.
NURIOOTPA became the second team this Barossa & Light Bowling Association season to beat league-leaders and reigning premiers Angaston, defending its home green in a razor-close 93-91 triumph.
FORMER Kapunda High School student Darcie Brown continues to go from strength-to-strength, and after recently winning the Women’s Big Bash League Young Gun award, she is now the youngest player in the Australian national team squad set to tour New Zealand later this month.
ANGLE Vale Soccer Club is set to host the first of what will be a new annual tradition as it contests a charity match against Virginia United on March 14, with all proceeds going to Beyond Blue in an effort to address men’s mental health.
SUNDAY saw the Barossa Light & Gawler Women’s All-Stars take on Central District Football Club’s reserve side in the first of a four-game series, with the incredibly young BL&GW side leaving their mark on the more experienced opposition.
TRINITY Old Scholars wasted a golden opportunity on Saturday when it failed to chase down Prince Alfred Old Collegians’ paltry total of 125.
DAY two of Gawler Central’s Barossa & Light Cricket Association A1-reserves matchup against Lyndoch ended with a whimper, with the first innings victory wrapped up on day one and no real push made for an outright result.
STARTING day two of its Barossa & Light Cricket Association A1 fixture against Gilbert Valley in a precarious position, undefeated Tanunda wrestled back the ascendancy with a dominant bowling performance to take a relatively comfortable win.