FRESH faces may be seen umpiring some of the region’s biggest games in next year’s Barossa Light & Gawler Football Association (BLGFA) as the league’s umpiring association is set to promote the next crop of first-grade whistle-blowers.
IN a preview of this weekend’s Barossa Light & Gawler Football Association preliminary final, South Gawler travelled to Angaston and pulled away late to secure a 12.15 (87) to 9.10 (64) win to wrap up the home-and-away season.
LOCAL football finals will see “significantly lower” crowds this year due to COVID-19 restrictions, with the last games of the season set to be held at Freeling for the second consecutive year.
WITH its undefeated record on the line and a chance to get one step closer to finals footy, South Gawler was leaving nothing to chance as it smacked Willaston from the first bounce in Saturday’s A-grade Barossa Light & Gawler Football Association fixture.
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.
BAROSSA District flexed its muscles with a 31-point win over Tanunda in Barossa Light & Gawler A-grade action on Saturday.
WITH crowds flocking to BL&G football ovals over the weekend, club presidents have reported a near-perfect showing from spectators, with only small adjustments planned moving forward.
SENIOR and junior football will return this year, with the Barossa, Light & Gawler Football Association (BL&GFA) voting to go ahead with its 2020 season while other local leagues shut-up shop.