A SEVEN-GOAL final quarter burst saw Gawler Central pull away from a resilient Nuriootpa to gain a hard-fought 25-point victory in the Barossa, Light & Gawler Football Association on the weekend.
ANGASTON announced itself as a genuine finals contender in the Barossa, Light & Gawler Football Association on the weekend, smashing South Gawler by a massive 64 points.
WILLASTON escaped with a one-point win against a spirited Kapunda in Barossa, Light & Gawler B grade football on Saturday, avoiding what would have been the biggest upset this year.
ANGASTON has upset South Gawler to remain in the hunt for finals on the back of a six-goal haul from in-form forward James Lawton.
WILLASTON has maintained its two-game buffer at the top of the Barossa, Light & Gawler Football Association ladder by defeating Angaston by 33 points on Saturday.
WITH six games to go until finals, Willaston is showing why it is firming as this year’s Barossa, Light & Gawler football 2014-premiership favourites.
Ex-Gawler Central junior Tom Dunne (pictured) has committed to the Tigers for the 2014 season and he could be the player that takes this year’s runner-up all the way to a flag.