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.
GAWLER CENTRAL strengthened its top position on the ladder with a 93-point home win over Barossa District in round four of the Barossa Light & Gawler A-grade competition.
IT was a fantastic winter’s day in Tanunda as the Magpies hosted Gawler Central in round three of the Barossa Light & Gawler A-grade competition.
AFTER two weeks of Barossa Light & Gawler Football Association women’s senior competition, Willaston sits comfortably on top after registering a total of 117 points for, and just one point against.
BASKETBALL SA became the first major South Australian sports association to suspend its season last week due to the COVID-19 pandemic, an- nouncing on Friday that all scheduled fixtures will be postponed indefinitely as other sports weigh up their options.
GAWLER Central will be hunting a crucial outright win on day two of its Barossa and Light Cricket Association A1-reserves matchup with Eudunda-Robertstown after dominating the opening day’s play.