FOR the first time in the West Coast Eagles’ 34-year AFL history, they will have a 300-gamer.
FROM the seven rounds of Barossa, Light & Gawler Netball Association’s Netballer of the Year voting supplied to The Bunyip, Gawler Central’s Alison Schahinger and Barossa District’s Zoe Hoffrichter loom as strong chances to take out the competition’s top individual prize.
WITH five rounds left in
the Barossa, Light & Gawler
A-grade season, Patrick
White is considered the
Schluter Medal favourite
after The Bunyip asked all
nine A-grade coaches to
submit who they think have
been the top-five, or top-three
players this season.
A LOT can change in a day when there
is a COVID-19 outbreak, with additional
restrictions kicking in for the Tuesday
meeting, leading to all three racing codes
cancelling their Tuesday meetings.
THERE was no Saturday night harness racing in South Australia because of the inclement weather, but there was major local interest in the feature harness racing meeting
at Albion Park in Queensland.
DAKOTA Williams has been at Willaston since the beginning of its women’s program, and at 16, she already has a senior flag under her belt and the crown of Player of the Tournament at this month’s SA Country Championships.
ROUND one of the inaugural SANFL Wheelchair Football League season began on Friday night at Lights Community and Sports Centre, with Central District fielding one of the four teams.
GAWLER Eagles continued their
march up the State League 2 ladder with
Saturday’s home 1-0 win against Modbury
Vista, with super signing Thomas
Berg netting another goal, making it 10
in 10 games since joining the club.