GAWLER Central will be missing star midfielder Sean Baker from its line-up in 2021, with the 2020 Hurn Medallist moving to the Henley Sharks.
THE undefeated Gawler Central took on Angaston in the Barossa Light & Gawler Football Association reserves grand final, with the Tigers denying the Panthers their fourth consecutive flag in a come-from-behind 7.5 (47) to 5.9 (39) win.
GAWLER Central has claimed its first Barossa Light & Gawler Football Association A-grade premiership since 2014 – its fourth since the BL&G’s inception in 1987 – after it conquered local rival South Gawler 20.14 (134) to 11.10 (76) to cap off a perfect season.
SOUTH Gawler and Gawler Central have only ever met once in a Barossa Light & Gawler Football Association A-grade grand final, when in 2014 the Tigers claimed the flag, but this Saturday the Lions get a chance to square the ledger.
GAWLER Central A-grade captain Charlie Molyneux spent the past two seasons with the Greensborough Football Club in Victoria’s Northern Football League, but after returning home, he says the brotherhood is as strong as ever, and is the key to his side’s success.
UNDEFEATED local rivals Gawler Central and South Gawler met on Saturday, and it became apparent it’s going to take something remarkable to stand in the way of the Tigers winning their fourth Barossa Light & Gawler Football Association A-grade flag.
Rick Drewer THE Gawler Central Tigers hosted the Kapunda Bombers at the Gawler Oval dog-track with the visitors needing to find something special to give themselves any chance of victory. Adding to the Kapuna challenge was the absence of their gun, in form, key ruckman Aaron Whistler, out with a shoulder injury. Despite the Tigers […]
IN wet, windy, muddy conditions, the Angaston Panthers hosted the Gawler Central Tigers at Angaston Oval, looking more like a motocross paddock than a football venue.