AFTER the Barossa Valley Hockey Association kicked off its A-grade season last week, the B-grade competition joined the party on the weekend, with Gawler back fielding a B-grade side after being unable to do so in 2019.
TRINITY Old Scholars will be the first local football club to officially take the field when it’s A-grade men head to Gilles Plains on Saturday to take on St Paul’s Old Scholars.
BUTE Football Club will be the only South Australian community football club to play in an existing neighbouring competition after the Yorke Peninsula Football League (YPFL) called off its season.
PEOPLE sleeping rough in the local area have been left out in the cold by the State Government, which has decided to only tackle the issue within the Adelaide city, Member for Light Tony Piccolo says.
THE Barossa Valley Hockey Association (BVHA) returned to play over the weekend in both the men’s and women’s A-grade competitions, highlighted by the dominance of Gawler’s women.
BAROSSA, Light & Gawler Football Association coaches say they are excited to be able to focus on the game now that the uncertainty clouding the season has been removed, with players reportedly returning in strong condition.
GAWLER Cinema owner John Thorpe says his business will remain closed until at least the end of school holidays in mid-July.
SENIORS, juniors and women’s football will all return in the Barossa, Light & Gawler Football Association over the course of the next month after clubs unanimously voted in favour of playing.