THE second synthetic turf venue in the Barossa Valley Hockey Association is expected to be ready in time for the upcoming season, with both Gawler and Trinity Old Scholars hockey clubs set to use it as a new home base.
LYNDOCH local Bailee Major is set to travel to Barcelona, Spain, this July as a part of the Australian senior women’s in-line hockey side set to compete at the World Roller Games.
TANUNDA hockey player Sophie Collings travelled to Fiji in December to represent Australia’s under 21 country side at the 2018 Fiji Invitational.
GAWLER is currently playing host to the Inline Hockey National Championships at STARplex this week, with hundreds of athletes travelling from across the country to compete in a range of rades.
GAWLER Hockey Club celebrated its fifth successive Barossa Valley A-women premiership, after it comfortably defeated Tanunda 5-1 on Saturday evening at Stockwell.
NURIOOTPA Hockey Club was recognised at the 2018 Hockey SA awards night last Monday, being named the Hockey SA Club of the Year.
NURIOOTPA prepared for this weekend’s Barossa Valley A-women preliminary final in style, beating Tanunda 1-0 on Sunday to secure its first victory of the season.
GAWLER showed it is still the team to beat in the Barossa Valley A-women competition after it defeated second-placed Tanunda 3-2 on Friday night, keeping its undefeated record intact.