THE Barossa Light and Gawler Football Association (BLGFA) announced its first postponement of a season since World War II last week.
AFTER signing on as player-coach of the Kapunda Football Club during the offseason, Fraser Evans said the mood within the playing group is “pretty flat” after the Barossa Light and Gawler Football Association (BLGFA) season was officially postponed until at least May 31.
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.
WILLASTON Football Club’s Trent Rozman has decided to join the Cancer Council’s March Charge, where he has committed to running 150km throughout the month of March to raise money for cancer research after his mum, Robyn, was diagnosed with breast cancer.
WITH the BLGFA women’s rules meeting in the books, the league is trending in the right direction with new sides hopefully set to take the field in both the seniors and under-14 ranks.
AFTER spending a couple of years away from the club, 2014 premiership player Sean Brading will be returning to Gawler Central ahead of the 2020 Barossa Light & Gawler football season.
ANGASTON has secured its first big recruit of the off-season as it aims to go one better in 2020, and make amends for this year’s grand final defeat, adding 200-game Woodville-West Torrens veteran Scott Lewis to its A-grade squad.
WILLASTON has signed former Gawler Central premiership coach Damien Herzick as one of its two senior assistants for the 2020 Barossa, Light & Gawler football season.