It’s been a big week of baby news at West Lakes!
Our most-read story was about Mark and Sarah Ricciuto welcoming their sixth child, as well as the announcement that David and Sarah Mackay are expecting their first baby in October.
On Saturday, another Crows baby was born with Tayla Lynch coming into the world. Father Tom made a mad dash back to Adelaide from Melbourne to be by his partner Courtney’s side.
Tom Lynch with son Koby
The unveiling of our 2016 Indigenous jumper was also popular amongst fans. The eye-catching design was created by the aunt of Eddie Betts, Susie Betts. The artwork tells the important story of the crow, or the Garnga as it’s known in the Wirangu culture. The Crows will wear the jumper under lights at Adelaide Oval against Greater Western Sydney in Round 10.
Eddie Betts models the new Indigenous jumper
Thousands of readers enjoyed our latest ‘Where are they now?’ feature on Club legend Tyson Edwards. ‘Zooma’ reflected on his early days, premiership success and the battle with cancer that brought about the sudden end to his decorated 321-game career.
Coach Don Pyke’s debut On the Couch attracted a lot of viewers. ‘Pykey’ spoke about being a first-time senior coach, his football philosophy and aims for the season. You can watch it here
But our most-viewed video of the past seven days was the My Kitchen Rules Crowdown challenge. Richard Douglas and Rory Laird joined forces with South Australia’s MKR contestants Carmine and Lauren, and Rosie and Paige in a back-to-basics cooking challenge.
See what happened by clicking the play button in the video player at the top of this page.