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.
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.
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.
THE South Gawler Football Club is paying its respects to former president Brian Dolman, who was affectionately known as ‘Dolly’, after he passed away last week.
PLAYER payments were off the table when league presidents met with the SANFL last night after The Bunyip’s print deadline after the SANFL announced last week all community football league
salary caps would be set at $0.
IN this week’s Sports Flashback from September 13, 2000, the Central District Football Club claimed the first premiership in club history, ending the drought that had marred the club since debuting in 1964.
THE SANFL has added “stage five” to its return-to-play roadmap that would see a full return to competition with spectators, and despite it currently having an unspecified date, the league said in its statement that it is “fully confident that we are moving in a positive direction for this to occur.”