Monday, June 21, 2021

Magpie pride

At age 87, Tanunda’s Ray Giersch also known as ‘smiler’ is no stranger to the game of football as he clocks up...

Barossa, Light and Gawler Football Association season goes ahead

Statement from Barossa, Light and Gawler Football Association: The BLGFA are pleased to announce that as a result of...

Greyhounds are Hurley women’s best friend

Penrice’s Kerri Hurley loves her greyhounds. It could be said it’s in her blood, being one of six Hurley...

2020 BL&G netball season cancelled

Statement from Barossa Light & Gawler Netball Association: The last few weeks there has been much discussion around the...

Clubs welcome $2.9 million upgrade

Users of the Angas Recreation Park have welcomed State Government funding which will contribute to a $2.9 million re-development for the site.

Barossa couple hook gold in NZ

Lubin and Casey Pfeiffer are the Barossa’s golden couple when it comes to the sport of fly fishing. Recently...

Football players win Froggy Fry Memorial match

On Friday night the ninth annual Froggy Fry Memorial T20 match was held between Nuriootpa Rover Football Club and Nuriootpa Cricket Club...

Duo ride into Hall of Fame

Trevor Diener and Phil Holmes are recognised as the most successful motorcycle trial champions in the state, are ranked equal second of...

Barossa crowds gather for WBBL spectacle

Almost 2,000 spectators gathered at Nuriootpa’s Centennial Park Oval on Saturday to watch the Adelaide Strikers thump the Melbourne Stars by 57...

Adelaide Strikers leave legacy for Nuriootpa Cricket Club

The Adelaide Strikers will play a match in regional South Australia for the first time on Saturday and will leave a lasting...