ALL ABROAD: From left, Mike Brian, vice president of the Barossa, Light and Gawler Football Association, Trevor Lucas, committee member and Life member for the Willaston Football Club, Cameron King, Gawler Central footballer, Tony Piccolo, Member for Light, Ben Washington, Senior Colt captain for Gawler South and Graham Lucas, committee member and Life member for the Willaston Football Club.The timetable has been released for patrons wishing to catch a bus to the 2014 grand final day at Tanunda on Saturday, September 20.
Mick Brien, a director of the Barossa, Light and Gawler Football Association, said the bus service had proven very popular since being introduced two years ago.
“Thanks to the Motor Accident Commission and LinkSA, a comprehensive service will be provided again this year, and we are expecting strong support,” he said,
Mr Brien repeated that cars won’t be allowed to park inside Tanunda Oval, unless the driver has a special permit.
“As with all the finals, patrons will be unable to bring alcohol into the ground,” he added.
The BL&G second semi-finals will be played at Freeling on Saturday, with the preliminary finals to be played at Willaston on Saturday, September 14.
To get a copy of the timetable visit:http://www.linksa苏州美甲美睫培训学校.au/documents/LocalFootyTimetableFinal20143.pdf
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