NURIOOTPA and Lyndoch will play off for the Barossa & Light A1-reserves cricket premiership after both sides secured wins in their respective two-day semi-finals over the weekend.
ANGASTON has booked a spot in the Barossa & Light A1 two-day cricket grand final after it defeated Sandy Creek by six wickets over the weekend.
THE two best teams in the Barossa & Light A1 cricket competition, Angaston and South Gawler, will do battle this weekend for the two-day premiership once again at Nuriootpa Oval.
TRINITY Old Scholars moved to the top of the Adelaide Turf A2 cricket table, with one game remaining of the home and away season, after it dethroned Marion following a 113-run victory on Saturday.
RIVERSIDE’S tenure in the Para Districts grade one competition has come to an end after it succumbed to Craigmore by nine wickets at Argana Park on Saturday, meaning it will be relegated next season.
GAWLER Central secured its spot in the Barossa & Light A1-reserves cricket finals after destroying Willaston on Saturday afternoon.
ANGASTON capped off the Barossa & Light A1 cricket home and away season by defeating its semi-final opponent Sandy Creek on Saturday afternoon.
KAPUNDA will be playing A1-reserves cricket in 2019/20 after it was relegated following its 48-run loss to Sandy Creek on Saturday.