WHEN you think of Tanunda’s Ben Schiller, you think of his tenacious attack on the ball and his ability to lead from the front.
JUST 12 months ago, Nuriootpa’s Mitch Norton was preparing for the Barossa, Light & Gawler under 17 grand final, where he’d go on to kick 10 goals and dismantle Willaston.
BRAD Hoepner is one game away from completing a fairy tale return to Nuriootpa, as he’ll line up for his first-ever A-grade grand final this Saturday against Tanunda at Gawler Oval.
MINOR premier South Gawler has departed the Barossa, Light & Gawler under 17 finals in straight sets after it succumbed to Willaston by 11 points in Saturday’s preliminary final at Angaston.
TANUNDA will face-off against arch-rival Nuriootpa in the 2018 Barossa, Light & Gawler A-grade decider after its nine-point win over Willaston in Saturday’s preliminary final.
WILLASTON produced a devastating brand of footy to defeat Barossa District by 42 points in Saturday’s Barossa, Light & Gawler under 15 football preliminary final at Angaston.
ANGASTON is again a grand finalist, this time at the expense of last year’s runner-up Tanunda, after scoring a 14-point win in Saturday’s Barossa, Light & Gawler reserves preliminary final.
TANUNDA playing-coach Dean Terlich capped off his impressive maiden season in the Barossa, Light & Gawler A-grade football competition by taking out the prized Schluter Medal on Monday night.