SANDY Creek Cricket Club is going pink this Saturday on day two of its match against Kapunda, as it will host its Ladies’ Day along with Pink Stumps Day to raise money for the McGrath Foundation.
COCKATOO Valley-based cricketer Riley Greenlees is a star on the rise after he guided the Barossa & Light under 16 side to victory in the SACA Country Cup final on Thursday morning.
THE newly-formed Sandy Creek Netball Club will take to the court for the first time ever in just 10 days, after joining the Gawler & District Netball Association for the upcoming winter season.
AT age 38, Sandy Creek veteran Andrew Kokot may not have been the youngest player at the recent South Australian Country Cricket Championships, but he was certainly one of the standouts.
SANDY Creek hasn’t had much to celebrate this season, but still has the chance to claim a slice of Barossa & Light Cricket Association history when it faces Freeling in the inaugural Twenty20 grand final this Sunday.
THEY say lightning never strikes in the same place twice.
SANDY Creek Cricket Club is building a pathway for budding, young, female cricketers by establishing an under-14 girls’ side for the upcoming 2016/17 season.
IF you’re free this Saturday or Sunday, get along to Stockwell to watch the Barossa & Light A1 cricket grand final between Angaston and Sandy Creek – this match is going to be a cracker.