After the Yorke Peninsula Football League’s season cancellation, many local players relocated to temporary clubs for 2020.
The commencement of Kadina Football Club’s new floodlight installation was recognised by the state government during a visit to the town oval on Friday, August 28.
School basketball teams from Yorke Peninsula contested the Year 6/7 SAPSASA Regional Basketball Carnival at Copper Coast Sport and Leisure Centre, Kadina, on Friday, August 21.
Bouncing back from a difficult two weeks of football, Broughton-Mundoora’s A grade pulled off its first win in three weeks at Port Broughton on Saturday, August 29.
Yorke Peninsula Football League contested the under-14 Central Zone carnival at Bute on Sunday, August 23.
Broughton-Mundoora could not return to the winners’ column, drawing against Booleroo Melrose Wilmington on Saturday, August 22.
CELEBRATING its 25th ram sale, Carricowie Poll Merino Stud hosted another successful auction on Tuesday, August 18.
BABIRRA Poll Merino and Dohne Stud, owned by the Farrow family, hosted its 59th annual ram auctions at Stansbury on Tuesday, August 18.