United wraps up 2019

The weather was kind to Virginia United Soccer Club on Saturday September 21, allowing the club to celebrate the end of the soccer season with a fabulous day outdoors. Thanks to the club’s generous sponsors, players and their families enjoyed a Ninja Warrior course, face painting, fairy floss, delicious wood oven pizzas and soccer activities […]

Junior Roosters wrap things up

The Two Wells Football and Netball Sporting Club held its junior presentations on Sunday September 22 with a barbecue lunch enjoyed by all in the spring sunshine despite rain threatening throughout the afternoon. The young stars of the future were recognised with various awards and trophies and the future looks bright for the years ahead […]

Healey to ride at National Pony Club champs                     

The world of dressage is a happy place for 15-year-old Lewiston horserider Kayla Healey. In Year 10 at Trinity College, Kayla has been selected to represent the state at this month’s Pony Club Australia National Championships to be held from October 7-14 at the Sydney International Equestrian Centre. This championship event has representatives from all […]

APEC Slack Hack stars

Adelaide Plains Equestrian Club (APEC) held its fourth annual Slack Hack event on Sunday September 22 at the club’s new home base in Lewiston, Clara Harniman Reserve. While clouds threatened, the weather stayed clear, if a little windy, for the 30-plus riders and large number of spectators attending. English and Western classes including groundwork, smartest […]

Foxes mark three decades

Angle Vale Foxes Soccer Club celebrated 30 years of community sportsmanship at Virgara Winery on Saturday September 22. Club president, Lou Sappio, cut the celebratory cake with City of Playford Mayor, Glenn Docherty, on behalf of the club’s 260 playing members. Playford councillors, Peter Rentoulis and Clint Marsh, were also in attendance, assisting with the […]

Cub Club with Angle Vale Foxes

The Angle Vale ‘Foxes’ Soccer Club is home to 250 junior players (under 6 to 18) and 80 senior players. This year the club launched its ‘Cub Club’, a development team of youngsters aged four to five, who can learn soccer skills but are too young to play games. Junior teams are mixed with seasoned […]