WILLASTON legend Shaun Baker will continue to coach the club’s A-grade side in 2019, after accepting the role this past week.
THE silence from the Barossa, Light & Gawler Football Association following the SANFL Community Football’s (CFL) decision to charge Willaston Football Club for breaching the salary cap is deafening.
TIME is running out for Willaston Football Club to decide on whether it will appeal the charges laid against it by SANFL Community Football (CFL) last week.
DESPITE injuring his knee again recently, Willaston Football Club legend Shaun Baker may be facing his biggest challenge in football yet.
SOUTH Gawler president Luke Officer has been left frustrated with the Barossa, Light & Gawler Football Association and SANFL Community Football regarding the penalty handed down to Willaston Football Club following its alleged salary cap breach.
AFTER one of the toughest weeks in Willaston Football Club’s history, its A-grade side rallied to defeat flag favourites Tanunda on Saturday to remain in the hunt for finals, despite awaiting sanctions for alleged salary cap breaches.
WILLASTON Football Club has named former player Andre Boers as its first-ever senior women’s coach ahead of the inaugural senior BLGW competition.