NEARLY 2000 fans made the trip to Freeling Oval on Saturday to witness the finale of the Barossa Light & Gawler Football Association season, with Gawler Central beating South Gawler to claim the A-grade flag in the day’s main event.
GAWLER Central has taken two wins from two games after a 77-point home dismantling of Willaston in Saturday’s Barossa Light & Gawler A-grade football.
IN the BL&GFA’s A-grade match of the round, Gawler Central travelled to take on the league’s other Tigers in Nuriootpa, with both sides considered serious premiership contenders.
WITH crowds flocking to BL&G football ovals over the weekend, club presidents have reported a near-perfect showing from spectators, with only small adjustments planned moving forward.
SOUTH Australian football clubs are now in the process of sorting out logistics of a return-to-training, with the SANFL laying out a number of strict guidelines to lower the risk of potential COVID-19 transmission.
DESPITE optimism that local football could be returning by the end of June, Gawler Central Football Club president Tom Lane says it is completely unsustainable to restart senior football competitions without fans.
AFTER spending a couple of years away from the club, 2014 premiership player Sean Brading will be returning to Gawler Central ahead of the 2020 Barossa Light & Gawler football season.
WILLASTON has signed former Gawler Central premiership coach Damien Herzick as one of its two senior assistants for the 2020 Barossa, Light & Gawler football season.