GAWLER’S A-grade women’s hockey team claimed its seventh consecutive Barossa Valley Hockey Association premiership on Saturday with a hard fought extra-time win against Tanunda.
WITH Gawler’s women enjoying the week off with a bye, it was the Gawler/Trinity Old Scholars men who had centre-stage for their clash with AM United, with goals proving hard to come by in recent weeks at the top level.
AFTER the Barossa Valley Hockey Association kicked off its A-grade season last week, the B-grade competition joined the party on the weekend, with Gawler back fielding a B-grade side after being unable to do so in 2019.
THE Barossa Valley Hockey Association (BVHA) returned to play over the weekend in both the men’s and women’s A-grade competitions, highlighted by the dominance of Gawler’s women.
GAWLER’S dominant Barossa Valley A-women hockey side claimed a few accolades at Monday night’s annual BVHA awards presentation.