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Sisters take over the field

Four sisters reunited on Saturday to play in AM United’s B grade hockey match.

Fiona Nevins, from England took to the field with

Confidence boost for Tanunda rider

Tanunda rider, Ivan Long is heading into one of the country’s biggest desert races with a renewed confidence.

Ivan claimed a back-to-back win

Kennedy to mentor new recruits

Surgery on both knees has sidelined Barossa, Light and Gawler Umpires’ Association president, Martin Kennedy for the season but he will continue to

Amanda’s second sporting chance

When Nuriootpa athlete, Amanda Tscharke severed her spinal cord in a motorcycle crash, she farewelled her junior sporting career.

However, 16 years on,

Shooby’s “Did You Know?”

Tomorrow, April 20 is the kick off to the B., L. & G. 2013 Football season.

Angaston (last year’s wooden spooners) travel to

Keeping the kegel tradition alive

Elizabeth (Betty) Nicolai’s health prevents her from extensive involvement with the Tanunda Kegel Club but she still shows enthusiasm for the sport which

Mid Murray Cricket hotting up for finals

With finals just around the corner the Mid Murray Cricket Association premiership table is as follows:

Waikerie Gold    won 11   lost 2    points

Harvey brings competitive edge to petanque

After moving to the Barossa from France, Harvey Walker and his family were looking for a little bit of their former home to

Shooby’s “Did You Know?”

This coming Sunday, January 20 the Freeling Cricket Club A1 Grade will be playing off in their first ever One-Day Grand Final at

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu success in the Barossa

When you think of martial arts, images of fast-paced fighting come to mind, not the slow motion mind game that is Brazilian Jiu