FROM May 18, South Australian sporting clubs will move from “Level A” to “Level B” of the return-to-play plan, which for netball clubs like Sandy Creek means allowing a maximum of 10 players per playing surface.
HEADING into its third season, the Sandy Creek Netball Club (SCNC) had a well-attended trial day on the weekend despite hot weather, with the club expecting to field three junior sides and four senior sides in Gawler and District Netball Association competitions.
SANDY Creek Netball Club will be looking to add to its already impressive trophy cabinet when it enters the Gawler & District summer netball competition for the first time.
SANDY Creek comfortably secured its second consecutive Gawler & District A-grade netball premiership, after defeating Virginia by 30 goals in Saturday’s grand final.
SANDY Creek continued its relentless run to the Gawler & District A-grade netball premiership on Saturday, smashing sister side Sandy Creek Green by 15 goals.
SANDY Creek guaranteed its finals position with a 43-15 goal win over Gumnuts in Gawler & District A-grade netball on Saturday.
SANDY Creek Netball Club faced off against itself on Saturday in the Gawler & District A-grade competition after its B grade side was forced up into the top division by the association.
SANDY Creek Netball Club’s growth has continued in 2019, with the introduction of a new B-grade side into the Gawler & District Netball Association.