by Mark Bell
The last four games of football for the Coober Pedy Saints has seen a turn around in fortunes. After winning four of the first five games and sitting on the top of the ladder, the Saints have experienced a spate of injuries, a drop in form and have consequently lost the last four games. Continue reading
Jubilant and tired Saints players rejoice after their third win in a row. Photo Ali Laslett
Coober Pedy’s third game of the year was another win for the Saints and a great boost for the team who for the past few years have enjoyed both fine wins and deserving losses.
A victorious atmosphere prevailed as the final siren sounded on Saturday 1st May in Coober Pedy’s favour against Roxby Districts. Continue reading
Coober Pedy kids Stevie Chamberlain, Kiethie O'toole, Dylan Roach & Roy Murray Posing for the camera ( good one boys)
by: Garry Orvad and Chris Butler
On the 6th November 18 children and 5 adults of the Coober Pedy Junior Football Club headed out of town to Baird Bay to hold our football presentations. All Children were excited and turned up well before the departure time.
Enroute we stopped 120km’s out of Kingoonya for lunch then off to Wirrulla for ice cream and other treats before arriving at Baird Bay late afternoon. Continue reading
The Woomera and Districts Football League is holding it’s “Night of Nights” at the Olympic Dam Clubrooms on Saturday 29th August 2009. Come along at 7pm for a 7.30 start and support the League. Teams include: Roxby Districts, Olympic Dam, Andamooka, Hornridge and Coober Pedy. Continue reading
by Mark Bell
Another 940km trip saw the Coober Pedy Saints beat the Andamooka Roos in a keenly fought contest on Saturday 30th May.
Timmy Walker with Kendall Plant going for the mark
by Mark Bell
Saints – Hornridge Night Game at Coober
While the Saints may have been beaten, it was a great night for footy in Coober Pedy last Saturday as over 400 people turned up to watch Coober Pedy take on Hornridge.
Umpire throws the ball up and the Saints and Hornridge fly high
With a huge crowd backing them, the Saints pushed Hornridge for the first half with only 2 goals between the two sides at half time. Continue reading
By: Mark Bell
Coober Pedy is about to experience it’s first ever night football match. Hornridge has agreed to be the first team from Roxby Downs to play under lights on Saturday 23rd May.
Coober Pedy Saints at Thursday night's training under the lights