Carpe Diem coming to Brinkworth

Sound mental health is essential to our daily lives and the ability to function and work is paramount to the health and well-being of work places, families and communities. Wakefield Regional Council (WRC) is proud to announce an important community health event, coming up on Friday, August 10 at the Brinkworth Soldiers Memorial Hall. Acclaimed […]

Plains lads make history

THE APFL Under 14 side came home with the winners shield for the first time ever at the SANFL Central Zone carnival played at Burra on Sunday. The carnival is played in a round robin format between the APFL, North Eastern, Northern Areas, Yorke Peninsula and Barossa, Light and Gawler Leagues. The APFL won three […]

NENA Reports Round 15 (Split Round) August 4, 2018 Blyth/Snowtown v BSR A1 – Blyth/Snowtown 41 def by BSR 50 BSR came out firing with strong shooting and movement by Rebecca Moyne to take a six goal lead at quarter time. Blyth/Snowtown made changes and increased their intensity causing many turnovers for an even second […]

Owls struggle for numbers as Peckers go big

BALAKLAVA built some crucial percentage against an Angle Vale side desperately looking to the end of the season with an injury list longer than Minister Michael Curry’s Royal Wedding speech. It meant several key A grade players, including captain, Trent Payne, vice captain, Sean Maher, and young utility, Kyle Cullen, were amongst five A graders, […]

Super Karts at Mallala

Round three of the 2018 Superkart Cup was run at Mallala Motor Sport Park on Sunday, July 29. In changeable weather conditions, it was the usual suspects who were at the front. Most prominent was James Gorman, who ran in Rotax Light (#12) and Honda Class (#21), sweeping all four races in each. Read the […]

Magpies send timely reminder

MALLALA reinforced why it is a premiership contender with a comprehensive 87-point victory over the HW Eagles at the Lochiel Oval on Saturday. With the wind whipping off the lake, the black and white army from Mallala was on top from the first bounce to the final siren to remind Two Wells and Balaklava they […]

Have a ball with squash

LAST week, students from Clare Primary School (CPS) and St. Josephs school were treated to some expert squash coaching from former world number one, Vicki Cardwell. Vicki was one of the leading players on the international squash circuit from the late 1970s through to the mid 1990s, winning the world open in 1983. Together with […]

Rams reverse first term fortunes

VIRGINIA turned a 26-point first term deficit into a 98-point victory on Saturday, eventually running Hamley Bridge ragged as the Bombers ran out of fuel tickets. Doubling up on senior matches was a theme on Saturday, with eight Bombers fronting up for the A grade having played B grade only minutes beforehand. Still, kicking with […]