WOMEN’S football is booming in the Barossa, Light & Gawler region, and the BLGW competition is set to expand again in 2019.
ANGLE Vale’s Abbey Scheer celebrated a stellar season in division two of the South Australian Women’s Football League by claiming the top goal-kicker award with 42 goals.
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.
CENTRAL Zone had a tough time at the inaugural South Australian Women’s Country Zone Football Championships in Renmark this past weekend, finishing without a victory.
BAROSSA District’s under 14 women’s football coach, Rick Lane, believes the BLGW competition is moving in the right direction, as its second-ever season comes to a conclusion this Sunday.
KAPUNDA Football Club made history on Sunday morning, winning the inaugural under 14 Barossa, Light & Gawler Football Association women’s grand final by 59 points over Angaston.
ANGASTON and Kapunda will contest for the inaugural Barossa, Light & Gawler women’s football under 14s premiership after Sunday’s results at Gawler Central.
ANGASTON continued its run towards the finals with a stirring 82-point win over Willaston in Barossa, Light & Gawler under 14s women’s football on Sunday morning.