SPORTING clubs have been amongst the hardest hit by the outbreak of COVID-19, with all activity suspended and unable to resume until restrictions are lifted.
WORK is gathering momentum on an $890,000 redevelopment of sporting facilities at Nuriootpa’s sports precinct.
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.
NEEDING to chase down 8/288 to earn fourth-place and a spot in the Barossa and Light Cricket Association A1 finals, Nuriootpa bravely fought out the last 20 runs with no wickets in hand as Tanunda’s failure to close it out broke Sandy Creek hearts.
UPCOMING local cricket finals have been thrown into chaos by the coronavirus panic sweeping the world, with all three associations present in the Gawler area calling an end to the season,
Cricket Australia announced yesterday morning it was cancelling all cricket it has direct jurisdiction over, including the Sheffield Shield and Premier Cricket matches, around the nation.
BASKETBALL SA became the first major South Australian sports association to suspend its season last week due to the COVID-19 pandemic, an- nouncing on Friday that all scheduled fixtures will be postponed indefinitely as other sports weigh up their options.
GAWLER Central ended Angaston’s Barossa and Light Cricket Association A1-reserves finals hopes after an extraordinary run chase saw the winning side reach its target in the match’s final balls.