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.
ANGLE Vale’s Justin Carman will be taking home the game ball after taking 10 wickets in the Para Districts Cricket Association grade one matchup against North Eastern Knights.
NURIOOTPA continued to flex its muscles by winning all 16 sets in the Barossa Light & Gawler division one tennis match against South Lyndoch.
AFTER setting the tone on day one of its Barossa & Light A1 reserves cricket matchup with Willaston, Greenock picked up where it left off, on its way to outright victory.
SINCE Dianne Dibben started playing softball at 12-years-old, because her older sister was playing, she said the thought of quitting has never really crossed her mind.
WITH five senior players missing because of a wedding, Gawler Rangers struggled in a 3-17 loss to West Torrens in division two baseball, while the B grade side managed its first win of the season.
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.
IT was an improved showing by Gawler’s division one metropolitan bowls side on Saturday, despite it losing to Tranmere by 22 shots.