ROUND one of the inaugural SANFL Wheelchair Football League season began on Friday night at Lights Community and Sports Centre, with Central District fielding one of the four teams.
RENTAL shortages in Gawler and the Barossa Valley are forcing applicants to offer above and beyond the listed asking price.
FRESH from winning the Australian Open under-18 girls singles title, Angaston’s Kate Argent-Bowden, 16, has been selected for South Australia’s team set to be contested in Murray Downs at the end of the month.
LOCAL pharmacies are ready, willing and able to start administering the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine as soon as they are given the green light, says Gawler pharmacist manager James Georgiou.
TRINITY College produced the biggest upset of the college football season so far when it registered its first win of the year, beating Rostrevor College 8.10 (58) to 6.12 (48) this month at Norwood Oval.
TANUNDA’S Shay Linke is making his presence felt for Central District after being called up for his SANFL debut in June 19’s 18-point win over West Adelaide, with the 18-year-old considered one of South Australia’s most intriguing prospects ahead of this year’s AFL draft.
FORMER Salisbury and Angle Vale junior Leek Alleer made his SANFL debut in Central District’s round seven win over Sturt, and after five strong games in his new home in the backline, he was named round 11’s SANFL Breakthrough Player.
DEB Madgen first knew her daughter,Tess, of Williamstown, had something specialall the way back when she coached her mixed under-eight side, noting she “had a feistiness about her”.