The Bunyip’s sports journalist Jack Hudson sat down with former Hawthorn and Central District legend John Platten to reflect on his illustrious playing career.
THE future of the South Australian Country Football Championships is now uncertain, with all affiliated country leagues set to meet later this month to discuss changes to the annual competition.
FIVE clubs will compete in the Barossa, Light & Gawler Football Association finals series in 2019, after the previous four-team system was scrapped by the league’s committee at its annual general meeting last Wednesday night.
TRINITY College’s George Gregory walked away from the SANFL Key Volunteers Dinner earlier this month with two awards for his involvement with football.
ANGLE Vale A-grade football coach Troy Treverton was honoured with the Senior Metro Coach of the Year award at Friday night’s SANFL Coaching Awards ceremony at Adelaide Oval.
CENTRAL District icon and Gawler Central premiership coach Peter Vivian was honoured at last Wednesday night’s SANFL Magarey Medal count, as he was inducted into the South Australian Football Hall of Fame.
CENTRAL District’s season is over after it was comfortably beaten by Sturt by 41 points in SANFL action on Sunday afternoon.
WILLASTON footballer Adam Connelly had a dream come true on Saturday, as he made his SANFL debut with the Adelaide Crows’ reserves against North Adelaide.