THE North Adelaide Roosters will be looking to the experience of a former local football star to get them over the line in this week’s inaugural SANFL Women’s grand final.
TRINITY College has dominated the Gawler & Districts Netball Association’s summer netball competition, winning both the A and B grade premierships.
NURIOOTPA has completed a clean sweep in the Barossa & Light Bowling Association over the weekend, winning the division one, two and three premierships.
TRINITY Old Scholars’ all-rounder Mitchell Dearing has been crowned the Adelaide Turf A3 cricket competition’s player of the year, at the association’s awards presentation night held last Wednesday.
VIRGINIA has enacted the perfect revenge on Para Districts grade one cricket reigning premiers Salisbury West, downing the side by a comfortable 121 runs to clinch the premiership on Saturday.
TANUNDA has achieved the ultimate redemption after last season’s grand final loss, defeating Nuriootpa in the big dance, over the weekend, to claim the Barossa & Light A1 reserves cricket two-day flag.
ANGASTON has achieved a feat that many believed was impossible, claiming its third consecutive Barossa & Light A1 two-day cricket premiership after a low-scoring 19-run victory over Kapunda, at Stockwell, over the weekend.
TRAINER Jamie Quinlivian had a day out at Gawler greyhounds last Tuesday, with his runners producing two wins and a second place.