Brice walk off seals the deal.
Kensington Cardinals wrapped up back-to-back - and five in six seasons - premierships with an exciting extra inning walk-off home run by Tom Brice, to beat Woodville Senators 3-2 in game two of the division one baseball grand final at Erindale on Sunday.
A three-run home run by triple Capps Medallist Nick Talbot in Saturday's first contest, staked Kensington to a 5-3 win, with Sunday's excitement-packed game sealing the deal.
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Kayla Itsines is an Adelaide Personal Trainer sensation that is making her mark all over the world.
The 23 year old has an astounding 2.4 million followers on her social media site, Instagram and her fans are continuing to grow.
Along with her Instagram followers she also has almost 1.2 million facebook and 170,000 twitter followers.
For Itsines it’s something she is quite surprised by, but fitness is her passion and she wants people to feel confident and happy.
Adelaide Thunderbirds 47 (Borrego 24/32, Bell 23/30)
Melbourne Vixens 45 (Bailey 23/26, Philip 18/21, Dziwoki 4/5) Adelaide Thunderbirds have celebrated captain Renae Hallinan's 100th game defeating the Melbourne Vixens by two goals at Netball SA Stadium, 47-45.
The Thunderbirds captain was instrumental in the win and clearly defeated the world's best wing attack Maddi Robinson in a dominant display.
"It's about shutting her down all across the court, that's not just one m
South Australia's Abby Bishop has won the WNBL Most Valuable Player award to cap off her superb 2014/15 season. Bishop, 27, was thrilled to be announced winner of Australian Basketball's highest individual accolade at the WNBL awards luncheon, yesterday. "It's an absolute honour," Bishop told Our Sporting Life SA. "I feel privileged to have received this award, especially now that the league is so tough, talented and deep." The University of Canberra Capitals Captain had a do
Ryan Balfour is one of South Australia’s up and coming stars in thoroughbred training.
Training on his own for the first time in the 2014-2015 racing season, Ryan already has nine city winners and was the first to land the Thoroughbred Racing South Australia $10,000 bonus for any trainer able to win a race on four successive city meetings.
On Saturday, March 14 at Morphettville Parks, Ryan trained the first three horses past the post in the Stamford Hotels and Resorts Handi
Thunderbirds 51 (Borrego 34/41, Bell 17/23)
Mystics 51 (Latu 28/29, Tutaia 23/28) Adelaide Thunderbirds star Carla Borrego scored the last five goals of the match to help her side turn the game in the final three minutes against Northern Mystics and come away with a draw 51-51.
Borrego has showed a stunning form revival finishing with 34 goals - 13 of them in the final term - along with scoring the Thunderbirds last 12 goals of the match.
After the Thunderbirds looked lik
Adelaide Thunderbirds will host the Northern Mystics Sunday (tomorrow) at Netball SA stadium.
This clash is the first time Thunderbirds vice captain Leigh Waddington has played against the Mystics since injuring her knee in Round four last season and was carried from the court by opponents Maria Tutaia and Catherine Latu.
New Zealand star Tutaia hasn't forgotten the moment, explaining to Our Sporting Life SA how great it is to see Waddington back playing after her second k
Melbourne Vixens 48 (Bailey 30/39, Philip 13/21, Dziwoki 5/5) Adelaide Thunderbirds 39 (Bell 17/25, Borrego 13/25, Brice 9/14) Missed shots have again cost the Adelaide Thunderbirds as they lost to Melbourne Vixens by nine goals today at Hisense Arena, 48-39. Adelaide finished off the game in similar fashion to last week winning the final quarter 11-10. The Thunderbirds inability to finish off their opportunities early in the match proving costly for the visiting side. At the
Libby Hopwood remembers growing up on a farm in country Victoria.
She loved going on Camel treks near Lake Eyre and racing Camels and would stay at a camping ground 180kms north of Roxby Downs called Coward Springs in outback South Australia.
Living out of a swag, she would stay there for six months of the year to escape the winter,
“To get away from the winter down there we would take all our camels up north where it was a bit warmer,” Hopwood explained.
“We would take t