Panthers TV: 2017 South Adelaide Indigenous Guernsey

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 23 May 2017
Panthers TV: 2017 South Adelaide Indigenous Guernsey
Panthers TV caught up with South Adelaide forward Rigby Barnes and his sister, Sierra Schrader to talk about the meaning behind the 2017 Indigenous guernsey Sierra has designed for us to wear against Sturt for SANFL Indigenous Round this weekend.

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Injury Update - Round 6

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 23 May 2017
Injury Update - Round 6

Injury Update - Round 6

Name Injury Timetable
Tom Jolly Foot Test
Jaidan Kappler Ribs Test
Matthew Raitt  Hamstring  Test
Brede Seccull  Quad  Test
Adrian Albanese  Ankle  1-2 weeks
Abe Davis  Ankle  1-2 weeks
Dylan Whimpress  Hamstring  1-2 weeks
Viv Davey  Hamstring  2 weeks
Roland Ah Chee  Hamstring  Indefinite
Ben Allevi Hip Indefinite
Tyson Brown  Hamstring  Indefinite
Adam Gulden  Hamstring  Indefinite
Tom Neville  Wrist  Indefinite
Peter Rolfe  Hamstring  Indefinite
Sam Gurney  Shoulder  Season

 

 

         

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Juniors Report: Round 6 - South Adelaide vs Central District

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 22 May 2017
Juniors Report: Round 6 - South Adelaide vs Central District

Under 18s Report

South Adelaide vs Central District
Round 6 - My Money House Oval - 20/05/17

South Adelaide 5.7 6.9 7.11 13.11 89
Central District 1.0 6.5 9.6 12.6 78

Goals: Robertson 4, Colwell 3, Riddle, Tucker 2, McGree, Fitt
Best: McGree, Sampson, Whitbread, Snelling, Bogle, Robertson

South Adelaide's Under-18s remain undefeated after claiming a 13.11 (89) to 12.6 (78) win over Central District at Hickinbotham Oval on Saturday afternoon.

The boys came off the bye in good shape and put on an explosive first quarter with the wind on Saturday against an improving Centrals team.

The team controlled field position and had 19 forward 50 entries in the first term.

However, some poor kicking for goal meant the advantage of the wind was not fully capitalised on.

In the second quarter, the Bulldogs returned the favour, dominating the midfield and inside 50s and also kicked multiple goals.

The third quarter was very disappointing. Centrals played some very inspiring footy and showed us how to play.

Centrals took a lead into the last quarter and it was up to us to now try and regain control of the midfield and score heavily to win.

To the players credit they fought back hard when it was needed most, were able to manage the momentum well and took control of the centre square thanks to our ruckman Cam McGree and midfielder Luke Bogle.

We kicked 6.0 to 3.0 in the final term to eventually run out nine-point victors.

It was a hard way to win a game of footy.

We suffered a few injuries during the game as well that will most likely see a few players miss some weeks.

However, that will open opportunities for others to step up on the track this week and stake their claim for a spot. 

Congratulations to first gamer Jackson Riddle.

Tony Bamford
Under 18s Coach

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Seniors Report: Round 6 - South Adelaide vs Central District

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 22 May 2017
Seniors Report: Round 6 - South Adelaide vs Central District

Hi-5s All Round: Tall or small, a win is great for all. Image: Nick Hook Photography

Seniors Report

South Adelaide vs Central District
Round 6 - My Money House Oval - 20/05/17

South Adelaide 6.3 7.5 11.7 14.9 93
Central District 0.3 2.6 5.8 9.12 66

Goals: McMahon 3, Liddle, Haren, Overall 2, Gotch, Ellison, Schwarz, Crabb, Bass
Best: Schwarz, Liddle, Heaslip, Hunter, S. Taylor, Ellison
Injuries: nil
Crowd: 1663

A blistering first quarter helped South Adelaide claim a 27-point victory over Central District at My Money House Oval on Saturday afternoon.

The Panthers were firing on all cylinders from the get go, as they raced out to a 6.3 (38) to 0.3 (3) lead at the first break and were never truly challenged, claiming a 14.9 (93) to 9.12 (66) victory. 

South's fourth win on the trot sees them claim sole possession of second position on the ladder, trailing only the unbeaten Eagles with a 5-1 record after six rounds.

It was a win epitomised by relentless pressure, skillful ball movement and a well structured playing group dedicated to team-first football.

In fact, the final score does not truly reflect the Panthers early dominance, as four Bulldogs goals after time on in the final term took the sting out of what was at one point a 54-point lead.

Nic Schwarz continued his excellent form from Round 5 with another well rounded performance against the Bulldogs, gathering a team-high 23 possessions, laying six tackles, winning five clearances and slotting a booming goal to cap off his sides dominant first quarter.

Meanwhile, with Brede Seccull a late withdrawal from the game thanks to a lingering thigh injury and Joel Cross well held, another Knuckey Cup winner in Nick Liddle (22 touches, six clearances and two goals) was also a key performer in the win.

Further exemplifying the Panthers depth, Ben Heaslip (20 disposals and two score assists), Adam Hunter (19 touches) and Codey Ellison (a game-high 10 marks) all played with poise above their combined 35 games of SANFL experience.

Similarly, Scott Taylor was a settling presence in defence with 22 disposals and six marks. 

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It was all South Adelaide early, with Daniel Bass rumbling forward to get the Panthers on the board just a minute into the match.

All in all, the Panthers piled on 5.2 before Central District managed to effect the scoreboard with a behind. By the time the siren signaled the end of the first term, South were out to a 35-point lead and the Bulldogs had failed to register a major score.

The Panthers were playing fantastic team football, typified by their six individual goal scorers at the first break.

To Centrals credit, the home side did fight back in the second term to win the quarter 2.3 to 1.2, with Nick Holman and Josh Glenn looking lively.

The third quarter again belonged to the visitors, with skipper Brad Crabb drifting forward to ice the term with the just sixth goal of his decorated career and help his side take a 35-point lead into the final break.

South kept the scoreboard ticking over early in the final quarter, with Xavier Gotch joining the goal kickers list, Jackson McMahon nailing his third and Nick Liddle snapping home his second of the afternoon. By the 16th minute mark, the difference was 54 points.

However, the Bulldogs did not roll over, as the hosts kicked the last 4.3 of the game.

The Panthers return to Hickinbotham Oval for their next game, as they face reigning Premiers Sturt from 2:10pm, Sunday, May 28 in their SANFL Indigenous Round clash.

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Regg Racks 'em up: Alex Moyle gathers one of his 25 touches as the Panthers Reserves clash with the Bulldogs Image: Nick Hook Photography

Reserves Report

South Adelaide vs Central District
Round 6 - My Money House Oval - 20/05/17

South Adelaide 3.1 4.4 5.4 7.8 50
Central District 1.1 3.4 8.4 10.7 67

Goals: Steele, Need 2, Mott, Newell, Aurrichio
Best: Redigolo, J. Taylor, Moyle, Aurrichio

South Adelaide's Reserves were unable to fend off a fast-finishing Central District, falling to a 17-point loss at My Money House Oval on Saturday afternoon.

The Panthers held a lead through the first two breaks in play, but were unable to hang on in the second half and fell to a 7.8 (50) to 10.7 (67) defeat.

Pleasingly, experienced defender Tarak Redigolo (24 touches and nine marks) continued his strong return to football, again named as the Panthers best afield.

Likewise, Jordan Taylor continued his strong form in his first year back on the field, collecting 23 touches and clunking eight marks.

Also among the Panthers best performers were Alex Moyle (25 possessions) and big American Alex Aurrichio (32 hit outs and a goal).

The Reserves are next in action against Sturt from 11:25am, Sunday May 28.

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Panthers TV: South Vs Centrals Round 6 Highlights

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 22 May 2017
Panthers TV: South Vs Centrals Round 6 Highlights
A fast start set up the Panthers for a great win up north against the dogs!

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South Adelaide Quintet Named to U16 State Squad

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 19 May 2017
South Adelaide Quintet Named to U16 State Squad

A quintet of South Adelaide young guns have been named in the McDonald's SA Under-16 Squad.

Joining the 45-player squad that was announced by the SANFL yesterday will be young Panthers Jack Fitzgerald, Tyler Oliver, Daniel Sladojevic, Damon Freitag and Aaron Douglass.

South Australia's finest young footballers, coached by Darel Hart, will be looking to win consecutive titles at the 2017 AFL U16 National Championships this June and July.

Training begins on Tuesday May 23, with the McDonald's SA U16 side to play a trial match against SA's U17 Futures team at Football Park on Friday June 16.

Click here to see the full squad of 45 players

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AFL U16 National Championships

Game 1

South Australia vs Western Australia
Leederville Oval - Perth
Sunday June 25

Game 2

South Australia vs Victoria Metro
Metricon Stadium - Gold Coast
Monday July 10

Game 3

South Australia vs Victoria Country
Gabba - Queensland
Friday July 14

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Betta Teams: Round 6 - South Adelaide vs Central District

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 18 May 2017
Betta Teams: Round 6 - South Adelaide vs Central District

Panthers Ready for Ponderosa Showdown

South Adelaide will make the trek to My Money House Oval this Saturday afternoon to tackle Central District in Round 6 action of the SANFL Macca's League.

The Panthers could head into Elizabeth unchanged, after naming two inclusions into their squad of 23 as the only changes from the side that took down North Adelaide a fortnight ago.

However, one of those inclusions is reigning Knuckey Cup winner Brede Seccull, who has overcome a thigh contusion that kept him out of the contest against the Roosters.

Also coming into the side is young midfielder Alex Moyle (Reynella - SFL), who could be in line to make his League debut after being on the bubble for some time now.

Tarak Redigolo will continue his path back to senior football with another week in the Reserves.

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Match Details

What: Round 6 - South Adelaide vs Central District
Where: My Money House Oval
When: Saturday, May 20 - League 2:10pm, Reserves 11:25am
Tickets: Adults $14, concession $8 and under 18s free of charge
Parking: Free secure parking is available at the High School on Goodman Road - manned with security, gates close 6:00pm

Bulldog Crowd Cash Promotion

All Panthers fans that attend the game at My Money House Oval will go into the draw to win $2,000 thanks to the Bulldogs Crowd Cash Promotion.

If the crowd at the game reaches 1,800 someone at the game will walk away $2,000 richer! If the attendance is less than $200, someone will still take away $200.

For full details about the competition - click here

Junior Football

Meanwhile, the Panthers Under 18s are also back in action this weekend, with a 2:10pm clash with Central District at Hickinbotham Oval on the same afternoon, as they look to extend their unbeaten start to the season.

Round 6 League Team - 2:10pm

In: Seccull, Moyle
Out: 
New: Alex Moyle (Reynella - SFL)
Milestones: Alex Moyle (debut)

Reserves - 11:25am

Szust, Redigolo, Millman, Newell, Blackwell, Harvey, Helyar, Patterson, Damin, McKinnon, Tyllis, Aurrichio, Kappler, Jolly, Mott, J. Taylor, Anderson, Need, Steele, Badger, Gillett, Drew

In: Harvey, Steele, Badger, Gillett, Drew
Out: Gulden, Whimpress, Gurney, Moyle

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Junior Teams

U18s

Round 6 vs Central District
2:10pm, Saturday, May 20
Hickinbotham Oval

H. Bruce, S. Whitbread, H. Sampson, C. McGree, J. Elmes, J. Carapetis, B. Snelling, J. Daniels, F. Penn, J. Bradford, J. Manuel, R. Williams, J. Riddle, C. Lock, B. Virgo, R. Milsom, T. Illingworth, B. Sowter, K. Milford, E. Wilkinson, L. Bogle, N. Robertson, J. Colwell, L. Fitt, D. Tucker, N. Steele

2017 Indigenous guernseys now available for pre-order!

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South Adelaide unveil 2017 Indigenous Round guernsey!

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 16 May 2017
South Adelaide unveil 2017 Indigenous Round guernsey!

South Adelaide are proud to unveil the jumper the Panthers will be wear for their SANFL Macca's League Indigenous Round clash against Sturt.

The striking guernsey, designed by Kuku Yalanji woman Sierra Schrader, who is the sister of current Panthers star Rigby Barnes, tells a story about South Adelaide's path to success.

The circle symbol on the bottom left of the jumper is a gathering spot/camp, which represents the South Adelaide Football Club.

Travelling up the guernsey are foot prints, which represents our journey as a football club and everyone involved with the club from players, coaches, staff, supporters and fans on our way to success.

Below the number on the back of the guernsey are two hand prints, which represent the impression and impact that all of South's Indigenous players have had on the club from pioneers such as David Kantilla in the 1960's to the current generation of Aboriginal players at the club.

The number 1967 appears on the lower right of the guernsey front. This has been included as 2017 marks the 50th anniversary of the 1967 referendum in which Australia voted to include Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the Australian census. Prior to this year, Aboriginal people were not considered Australian citizens.

The guernsey also features an Aboriginal flag, proudly emblazoned on the upper chest.

The guernsey will be proudly worn by the Panthers as they take on Sturt on Sunday, May 28 as part of the SANFL Macca's League Indigenous Round celebrations.

Match-worn guernseys will be signed and available for purchase via online auction in the week following the game.

Replica guernseys will be available for pre-order until Sunday, June 4. Orders can be made online or by contacting the club on 8186 8200 or reception@safc.com.au.

Guernseys will arrive at the club 6-8 weeks following pre-orders closing on June 4.

Click here to pre-order your South Adelaide Indigenous Guernsey!

Join us Sunday, 28 May as we celebrate SANFL Indigenous Round as we recognise and celebrate the indigenous players that have represented South Adelaide and the SANFL.

Where: Peter Darley Function Room - Hickinbotham Oval
When: 12:00pm - 2:00pm, Sunday, 28 May
What: 3 course meal, 2 hour drinks package and free entry to the game
Guest Speakers: Eddie Fry, Neil Kerley, Ben Warren, Rigby Barnes
Tickets: $55 per person
Bookings: can be made online or through the club on 8186 8200
RSVP: COB, Friday, 19 May

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Tony Bamford Appointed as SANFL Under-18 State Coach

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 15 May 2017
Tony Bamford Appointed as SANFL Under-18 State Coach

Tony Talks: Tony Bamford (right) addresses his Under-18s during a break in play.

South Adelaide wishes to congratulate Talent Manager and Centre of Excellence U18 Coach, Tony Bamford on his appointment as SANFL Under-18s State Coach and Academy Manager.

Tony will continue as the Panthers Under-18s Coach for the remainder of the season and as Talent Manager in a part-time capacity until the end of July. He will replace current SANFL High Performance Manager Brenton Phillips at the helm of the Croweaters following the conclusion of this year's National Championships, with Phillips continuing as State Talent Manager, overseeing male and female talent pathways and programs.

South Adelaide CEO Neill Sharpe thanked Tony Bamford for the contribution he had made to the Panther's underage programs since joining the club in November 2012 from the Port Adelaide Magpies.

"Tony's positive influence on our junior programs is evident through the recent strength of our Under-16 and Under-18 sides and the Club will continue to benefit from this in the coming years at junior and senior level.

"He's undertaken extensive work revamping our Zone and Development Squad programs and implementing the Panther Club U16 Academy, which included a cutting-edge testing and education program delivered by partners Flinders University.

"It is no surprise that he has received this opportunity. We wish him well in his new role with the SANFL."

South Adelaide will advertise the Talent Manager role in the near future.

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Panthers TV: First Goal Feeling - Adam Hunter

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 10 May 2017
Panthers TV: First Goal Feeling - Adam Hunter
There is no greater feeling than kicking your first goal! See how Hunter's first goal panned out! 
 
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2017 Fixture

Round Seven

South Adelaide vs Sturt
Venue: Hickinbotham Oval
Time: 2:10pm, SUNDAY May 28


Round Eight

South Adelaide vs Port Adelaide
Venue: Hickinbotham Oval
Time: 2:10pm, SUNDAY June 4


Round Nine

South Adelaide vs Woodvillie-West Torrens
Venue: Maughan Thiem Hyundai Oval
Time: 2:10pm, SATURDAY June 10


Club contact details

Address: 1 Lovelock Drive, Noarlunga Downs SA 5168

P: (08) 8186-8200 | F: (08) 8326-6800 | E: reception@safc.com.au

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