Barossa District v Kapunda
Barossa District continues to blaze away from the rest of the Junior 1 competition after defeating Kapunda by 13 goals on Saturday.
The Bulldogs are now an impressive 11 points clear at the top of the ladder.
In Junior 2, Barossa remains undefeated after thumping Kapunda by 45 goals.
The Bulldogs are top of the table, while the Bombers have only won two games for the season.
In Sub-Junior 1, Kapunda pressures top spot after defeating Barossa by 14 goals.
Freeling v Willaston
Freeling remains a cellar-dweller after losing to Willaston by 18 goals.
The Redlegs have mustered just one win this season, while the Donnybrooks sit in fifth.
In Junior 2, Willaston continues to pressure top spot after recording a strong, 27-goal win over Freeling.
The Redlegs have had an indifferent season, sitting in sixth position.
In Sub-Junior 1, Willaston recorded its first win of the season – defeating Freeling by six goals.
In Inter 1, the Donnybrooks defeated the Redlegs by nine goals.
Gawler Central v Angaston
Angaston recorded its third win of the season – defeating Gawler Central by 10 goals.
The Tigers are on equal points with the Redlegs at the bottom of the table, while the Panthers sit in seventh.
In Junior 2, Angaston recorded its first win of the season, defeating Gawler Central by just one goal.
The Panthers remain bottom of the table, now on equal points with the eighth-placed Tigers.
In Sub-Junior 1, Angaston remains top of the ladder after defeating Gawler Central by a convincing 16 goals.
In Inter 1, the Panthers belted the Tigers by 32 goals.
Nuriootpa v Tanunda
Tanunda has moved into second spot after defeating Nuriootpa by just a single goal.
The Magpies knocked the Tigers out of the top two, now sitting in third.
In Junior 2, Nuriootpa continues to pressure the top two after defeating Tanunda by nine goals.
The Tigers sit in third position, while the Magpies are just two points behind, in fourth.
In Sub-Junior 1, Nuriootpa and Tanunda could not be seperated, settling a 24-24 draw.
In Inter 1, the Tigers walloped the Pies by a stunning 68 goals.