GAWLER and District Netball Association (GDNA) has become the third major netball competition in the region to cancel its 2020 winter season after both Barossa, Light and Gawler (BLG) and Adelaide Plains (AP) associations made the call over a week ago.
BOTH the Barossa, Light and Gawler Netball Association (BLGNA) and the Adelaide Plains Netball Association (APNA) have pulled the plugs on their winter seasons, and with Gawler and District Netball Association set to make its announcement today, netball in the region may be put on hold until summer.
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.
FROM May 18, South Australian sporting clubs will move from “Level A” to “Level B” of the return-to-play plan, which for netball clubs like Sandy Creek means allowing a maximum of 10 players per playing surface.
FORMERLY a junior player at Hummocks Watchman Netball Club, Tayla Williams was announced as one of four official training partners for the Adelaide Thunderbirds earlier this month.
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.
IN the final game of the 2020 Gawler and District Netball Association’s summer season, minor premiers Sandy Creek took on St George’s Black.
HEADING into its third season, the Sandy Creek Netball Club (SCNC) had a well-attended trial day on the weekend despite hot weather, with the club expecting to field three junior sides and four senior sides in Gawler and District Netball Association competitions.