CENTRAL District’s women’s football side competed in its first ever match against fellow new SANFLW club Woodville-West Torrens this past fortnight in Snowtown.
CENTRAL District will field a women’s side for the first time in the club’s history next season, and the original list of players has a large contingent from the local BLGW competition.
I’M usually a critic of all levels of football – from the Barossa, Light & Gawler competition all the way to the AFL – but the way the BL&G and SANFL have grown women’s football has been sensational.
ASPIRING Barossa, Light & Gawler women’s footballers now have a pathway into the SANFLW, after Central District was granted a licence for 2019.
CENTRAL District Football Club will implement a female talent identification program in 2018 in preparation for its entry into the SANFLW competition the following year.