THE Barossa, Light & Gawler women’s football competition will feature ‘area of origin’ interleague matches in July this year.
ANGLE Vale senior women’s football coach Carrie-Anne Mewett will today find out if she has become a finalist for the Worldwide Sports Award as part of this year’s South Australian Young Achiever awards.
THE AFLW competition has played out three rounds and there has been some cracking games of football in those weeks.
THE Adelaide Plains Football League is set to follow in the footsteps of its neighbour, the Barossa, Light & Gawler Football Association, by hosting two come and try days for women’s football in December.
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.
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.