ANGASTON put on a dominant display on Saturday with a 33-point win over Barossa District in its Barossa Light & Gawler Football Association A-grade matchup.
IN the most closely contested match of round three in Barossa Light & Gawler A-grade competition, Willaston and Angaston fought to an 81-81 draw in a true back-and-forth affair.
IN perfect conditions for playing football, Angaston hosted Nuriootpa Rover, and courtesy of a classic clearance from the opening ball-up, Nuri’s Jackson Baldwin burst away and opened the goal scoring within the first 40 seconds.
ANGASTON has secured its first big recruit of the off-season as it aims to go one better in 2020, and make amends for this year’s grand final defeat, adding 200-game Woodville-West Torrens veteran Scott Lewis to its A-grade squad.
ANGASTON has reached the Barossa, Light & Gawler A-grade grand final by defeating Nuriootpa by 29 points in Saturday’s preliminary final at Williamstown Oval.
ANGASTON skipper Jack Miles has seen plenty of lows at the Panthers, but this Saturday he gets a crack at the holy grail of the Barossa, Light & Gawler Football Association.
THIS Saturday will have a sense of Déjà vu for Angaston veteran Craig Harvey, as his Panthers take Tanunda on in the Barossa, Light & Gawler A-grade football grand final at Freeling Oval.
TANUNDA and Angaston will do battle on Saturday for the Barossa, Light & Gawler A-grade premiership 10 years after they last met in the decider.