WILLASTON continued to stamp its authority on the Barossa, Light & Gawler senior women’s football competition by crushing Gawler Central by 105 points on Saturday. PHOTO: Jack Hudson
WILLASTON flexed its muscles with a 13-point win over Barossa District on Saturday in Barossa Light & Gawler A-grade football.
ANGASTON held off a resilient Willaston by 15 points to claim its third victory of the Barossa, Light & Gawler A-grade football season on Saturday.
FORMER Willaston A-grade and B-grade captain Jason Rozman has returned to the field in a different way this year, after becoming a Barossa, Light & Gawler football umpire.
WILLASTON Football Club’s Chad Norsworthy shaved his long locks on Sunday to raise funds for, and awareness of, oesophageal cancer.
WILLASTON legend Shaun Baker will continue to coach the club’s A-grade side in 2019, after accepting the role this past week.
SOUTH Gawler president Luke Officer has slammed the Barossa, Light & Gawler Football Association for its stance on the Willaston salary cap ruling.
WILLASTON Football Club president Kieran Sankey believes his club will come back “stronger than ever” after its appeal to SANFL Community Football was unsuccessful on Wednesday night.