Almanac Footy: Hair raiser!

Country footy at its best is reflected in Peter Argent’s words and image.

Almanac Footy: ’21 Barracker – Barossa, Light and Gawler Football and Netball Assoc.

The Barossa, Light & Gawler Football & Netball Associations seasons start this weekend and the ’21 Barracker provides all the information you will need for match day.

Almanac Life – Gordon Schwartz: Proud of his Barossa and Light Football heritage

Well known SA journalist Gordon Schwartz, a man proud of his Barossa and Light Football heritage, is the topic of Peter Argent’s article.

Player Interview: One on one with Taylor Walker

In his role as Barrier Daily Truth correspondent, Peter Argent spoke with Adelaide Crow veteran (and Broken Hill export) Taylor Walker about the season ahead.

Almanac Football: The Lienert legend continues

A father-daughter football lineage was continued when Sadie Lienert made her SANFL women’s debut for West Adelaide, following in the footsteps of father Kym. Peter Argent provides the story and pictures.

SA Country Footy Wrap – Grand Final glory

Peter Argent provides a comprehensive wrap-up of country league Grand Final results across South Australia.

SANFL Local footy – The Barracker: 600th edition

The 600th edition of the BLG Barracker has just been published. Congratulations to Peter Argent for his fine work producing the publication.

Peter Argent’s SA Country Footy Yarns – Kersbrook Football Club: A True Family Club

The Kersbrook Football Club in country SA has a great and proud history as Peter Argent reports.

Peter Argent’s SA Country Footy Yarns: CMS Crows

Another footy yarn in Peter Argent’s series of SANFL Country Footy stories.

SANFL – The Angaston Panthers: Their history and the greats of the club

Peter Argent looks at the history and the great players from SANFL country club, the Angaston Panthers.

Almanac Basketball – WNBL Final 2019: Adelaide Lightning v Canberra Capitals

Maybe the best finish to a women’s basketball game Peter Argent has ever seen! Check out his photos from the game.

Almanac (Country) Cricket: The national carnival is under way in the Goulburn Valley

One of Australia’s finest bush sports writers and photographers (helps to be an all-rounder up the bush) Peter Argent has jumped in the old Magna and made his way to Shepparton to cover the national country cricket carnival.

Almanac Cricket – Reminiscences from the Angaston CC: Our 1978-79 Colts premiership

Angaston produced a fine crop of youngsters in the late ’70s including photographer-writer Peter Argent.

Almanac (Cricket) Haircuts: A Fringe Player?

Bush cricket photos from Peter Argent. He reckons the Sevenhill offie M. Wells could do with a trim. [Classic – JTH]

AFLW Round 1 – Adelaide v Brisbane: Photo Gallery by Peter Argent

Photographer Peter Argent has produced some beautiful images from Saturday night’s AFLW Grand Final re-match between the Adelaide Crows and Brisbane Lions.

Almanac Pics: Mitchell Starc, by Peter Argent

Mitchell Starc is likely to be a major factor in the Adelaide Test. Peter Argent photgraphed him in a recent pink ball Sheffield Shield match at the Adelaide Oval.

Grand Final – Adelaide v Richmond: Crows mauled by a pair of SA Tigers

Peter Argent really knows SA footy. Here he looks at the heritage of two of Richmond’s premiership stars, Shane Edwards and young Jack Graham. And explains the cause for SA lament.

Four Journeys to the Big Dance

The front cover of the Grand Final BLG Barracker (official match day publication) has four action shots of players across the A grade football and the Senior One netball teams from competing clubs – Kapunda and Barossa District.

Each has a unique journey to Grand Final day, writes Peter Argent.

Almanac Bush Footy: The Legend of ‘Trunk’ Weckert

Trunk Weckert is a bush footy legend from BSR (Brinkworth-Spalding-Red Hill). Peter Argent recently attended the thirtieth anniversary celebrations and inevitably some names of past champions came up.

Bush Footy: The classic Barossa and Light season of 1977

Peter Argent (and Anthony Schubert) tell the story of the 1977 Barossa and Light footy season when Angaston won the day(s).