FIVE clubs will compete in the Barossa, Light & Gawler Football Association finals series in 2019, after the previous four-team system was scrapped by the league’s committee at its annual general meeting last Wednesday night.
WITH the AFL finals getting started this Thursday night, there will be no shortage of local heroes to watch.
GAWLER Central will now host this year’s Barossa, Light & Gawler football and netball associations’ grand finals at Gawler Oval, after it offered initial hosts South Gawler a swap.
ANGASTON and Barossa District Blue will contest for the inaugural BLGW senior women’s premiership after both sides won their respective semi-finals on Sunday.
MALLALA has advanced to the Adelaide Plains A1 netball grand final after it defeated Two Wells by 12 goals on Saturday.
THE premiership fairy tale is well and truly alive for Central District, after it eliminated Norwood from the SANFL finals by 48 points at Adelaide Oval on Saturday.
GAWLER Eagles’ under 18s have endured another tough result in the State League 2 soccer finals series, losing 2-3 to Fulham United at Collins Reserve on Saturday.
AGAINST the odds, Trinity Old Scholars has scraped into the SAAFL division six finals with a 16-point away win over Mawson Lakes in the final round of the season.