BLGW come and try days

Tanunda gun Chloe Roehr.
Tanunda gun Chloe Roehr.

The Co-op BLGW 2018 season promises to be a cracker after some fantastic attendances at the recent come and try sessions.

There were 18 players at both the Williamstown session on Sunday, February 19 and at South Gawler on February 11.

BLGW chairperson Natalie Seaman said so far she has been very pleased with what she has seen.

“There has been a good mix of age groups including quite a few senior women,” she said.

“This is a pretty good turn out considering it is just for new players, not current players.

“The next job is to convert them all into registrations for the clubs.”

There are 25 players expected for the final come and try session at Tanunda Oval, this Sunday, February 25 from 9 to 10:30am.

It’s not too late to get involved – if you’re interested in playing women’s football in the BLGW please register your interest and head to