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.
AFTER finishing on top of the Barossa and Gawler Combined division one ladder, Nuriootpa took out the grand final with a 10 sets to six win over Xavier Saints.
WITH finals tennis finally here, Nuriootpa and Xavier Saints clashed with a berth in the grand final on the line, and for one of the few times this season, the Saints’ women were outplayed.
IN the final round of the Barossa and Gawler Combined tennis season, Kapunda secured third-place while South Lyndoch completed a winless season (0-13) in
division one action on Friday night.
IN a crucial late-season matchup, Nuriootpa left Kapunda with a 10 sets to 6 win to leave the latter two wins back from second-place with only one round remaining, officially setting the final standings.
XAVIER Tennis Club, in conjunction with Tennis Australia, has launched a new tennis program aimed at getting adults on the court, with no experience necessary.
WITH South Lyndoch looking to win its first game of the season, it travelled to Kapunda to take on a side locked in a battle for second-place.
TRINITY Old Scholars is a name synonymous with Gawler sport, and now it has dipped its toe into the tennis world as the first TOSers tennis team made a winning debut in its October season-opener.