PLANS for the Barossa, Light & Gawler women’s (BLGW) football competition to move to a full-sized playing field may be put on ice, as the league struggles with recruitment numbers.
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.
ANGASTON women’s football coach Keith Ward became the first person to mentor the Central Zone Women’s SA Country Championship side this past fortnight.
ASPIRING Barossa, Light & Gawler women’s footballers now have a pathway into the SANFLW, after Central District was granted a licence for 2019.
ANGASTON and Barossa District Blue will contest for the inaugural BLGW senior women’s premiership after both sides won their respective semi-finals on Sunday.
ANGASTON finished the BLGW senior women’s football season on top of the table, capping the year off with a 38-point win over Tanunda on Sunday.
ANGASTON surged to second on the BLGW senior women’s football table after thrashing South Gawler by 71 points on Sunday.
SOUTH Gawler has broken through and won its first-ever BLGW senior women’s football match by thumping Tanunda by 64 points on Sunday.