THE Barossa, Light & Gawler Football Association’s best and fairest player will be crowned this Monday night at the much-anticipated Schluter Medal count, held at the Nuriootpa Vine Inn.
MALLALA is into the APFL grand final after a convincing 65-point win over Virginia in the second semi-final at Hamley Bridge Oval on Saturday.
BAROSSA District opened its 2016 finals campaign with a 20-point semi-final win over South Gawler in the BL&GFA junior colts, thanks to a standout performance from ruckman Jack Carpenter.
TANUNDA’S senior colts defied the pundits to move through to the BL&GFA preliminary final after a resounding six-goal win over Barossa District at the weekend.
FREELING is into the BL&GNA senior two preliminary final for the first time in 10 years after a hard-fought two-goal win over Nuriootpa at Willaston on Saturday.
GAWLER Central has not dropped a game all season and Saturday’s second semi-final looks a mere formality as it heads to another grand final appearance.
Both teams started strongly, but Gumnuts made the most of stray passes and converted accurately for a seven-goal lead at the first break.
BAROSSA District is through to the BL&GNA senior one preliminary final after a hard-fought six-goal win over Gawler Central at Willaston on Saturday.