Juniors Report: Round 17 - South Adelaide vs Sturt

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 21 August 2017
Juniors Report: Round 17 - South Adelaide vs Sturt

Under 18s Report

South Adelaide vs Sturt
Round 17 - Hickinbotham Oval - 19/08/17

South Adelaide 4.3 7.4 11.5 13.6 84
Sturt 3.3 4.7 8.8 9.10 64

Goals: Steele 4, Wilkinson 3, Davies 2, McGree, Manuel, Sowter, Colwell
Best: Whitbread, Fitt, Sampson, Steele, Bogle, Douglass

South Adelaide's have secured an undefeated record at Hickinbotham Oval in 2017 thanks to a solid 20-point win over Sturt on Saturday afternoon.

Our Under-18s played finals-bound Sturt in what was our final home game for season 2017.

The end result was a solid 20-point win to ensure we remained undefeated at Hickinbotham Oval this year.

Both teams were certain of a place in the final four and desperate to take winning form into the final home and away round.

The game quickly became a transition game with both teams scoring from mid-forward turnovers.

The first quarter also had 14 free kicks paid with the vast majority of those awarded in tackles. To Sturt's credit, they were getting to the ball earlier than us and drawing high contact from our tackler. This was corrected by the players after quarter time.

The second quarter had both teams playing some fast footy with us scoring 3.1 to Sturt's 1.4.

At halftime our guys went in with a 15-point lead and identified some areas to focus on to try and keep the ball in our front half for longer periods.

With Sturt's midfield working to feed off our tap work at stoppage, their tall forwards started to look dangerous. Full credit to our backs for their contest work against taller opponents in the second half.

Sturt were very good in the second half and stayed in the game in all facets. They were able to score three goals in the last five minutes of the third quarter to keep them in the game.

Our guys really had to work hard to stay in front and did so to hang on to win by 20 points in the end.

We now play North Adelaide in the final minor round game at 10:30am in the first of four Under-18 games at Footy Park this Saturday.

Tony Bamford
Under 18s Coach

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Cibo Espresso Colonnades Fans MVP - Running Leaderboard

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 18 August 2017
Cibo Espresso Colonnades Fans MVP - Running Leaderboard

This season, for the first time South Adelaide supporters will be able to directly influence an official club award handed out at the Knuckey Cup, with the introduction of the Cibo Espresso Colonnades Fans MVP Trophy.

Following each game Panthers fans will be given the chance to vote for the player they believe was the best on ground and crown a People's Champion.

The votes will be tallied throughout the following week and the top five vote getters will be awarded points 5 through 1 (with five being the highest). The player with the most points at the end of the season will be crowned the inaugural Cibo Colonnades Fans MVP.

Stay tuned to our social media pages after each game to cast your vote!

Cibo Espresso Colonnades Fans MVP Leaderboard

Position

Name

Votes

1


Nick Liddle

63

2


Joel Cross

59

3


Sam Overall

23

4

 
Adam Hunter

22

5


Tarak Redigolo

17

6


Joseph Haines

16

6


Abe Davis

13

6


Luke Durdin

13

6


Jake Veide

12

10


Xavier Gotch

10

10


Matt Rankine

10

10


Matt Rose

10

10


Cody Szust

10

16


Daniel Bass

8

14


Nic Schwarz

8

15


Brede Seccull

8

16


Tom Fields

6

16


Adam Gulden

6

16


Ben Haren

6

20


Alex Aurrichio

4

20


Rigby Barnes

4

20


Alex Cailotto

4

20


Matt Raitt

4

24


Tyson Brown

3

25


Brad Crabb

2

25


Ben Heaslip

2

25


Richard Newell

2

28


Connor Fairlie

1

 

Round by Round Voting

Round 1 - South Adelaide @ West Adelaide

5 - Joel Cross
4 - Abe Davis
3 - Nick Liddle
2 - Sam Overall
1 - Luke Durdin

Round 2 - South Adelaide vs Adelaide

5 - Sam Overall
4 - Adam Hunter
3 - Matt Rose
2 - Tom Fields
1 - Rigby Barnes
1 - Xavier Gotch
1 - Brede Seccull

Round 3 - South Adelaide vs Glenelg

5 - Sam Overall
4 - Alex Cailotto
4 - Joel Cross
4 - Adam Hunter
3 - Nick Liddle
2 - Luke Durdin
2 - Brede Seccull
1 - Rigby Barnes

Round 4 - South Adelaide @ Norwood

5 - Joel Cross
4 - Brede Seccull
3 - Sam Overall
2 - Nick Liddle
2 - Ben Haren
1 - Matt Rose
1 - Tom Fields
1 - Xavier Gotch
1 - Matt Rankine
1 - Daniel Bass

Round 5 - South Adelaide vs North Adelaide

5 - Adam Hunter
4 - Nick Liddle
3 - Nic Schwarz
2 - Rigby Barnes
1 - Xavier Gotch

Round 6 - South Adelaide @ Central District

5 - Nick Liddle
4 - Nic Schwarz
3 - Adam Hunter
2 - Joel Cross
1 - Connor Fairlie

Round 7 - South Adelaide vs Sturt

5 - Nick Liddle
4 - Matt Rankine
3 - Luke Durdin
2 - Brad Crabb
2 - Xavier Gotch
2 - Ben Heaslip
2 - Ben Haren
2 - Sam Overall
1 - nil

Round 8 - South Adelaide vs Port Adelaide

5 - Joel Cross
4 - Nick Liddle
3 - Xavier Gotch
2 - Adam Hunter
1 - Abe Davis
1 - Sam Overall

Round 9 - South Adelaide @ Woodville-West Torrens

5 - Joel Cross
4 - Nick Liddle
3 - Tarak Redigolo
2 - Luke Durdin
1 - Sam Overall
1 - Matt Rose

Round 10 - South Adelaide vs Norwood

5 - Nick Liddle
4 - Joel Cross
3 - Tarak Redigolo
2 - Richard Newell
1 - Joseph Haines
1 - Matt Rose

Round 11 - South Adelaide @ North Adelaide

5 - Joseph Haines
4 - Adam Hunter
4 - Nick Liddle
4 - Sam Overall
4 - Matt Rankine
4 - Tarak Redigolo
4 - Matt Rose
3 - nil
2 - nil
1 - nil

Round 12 - South Adelaide vs Central District

5 - Nick Liddle
4 - Joel Cross
3 - Jake Veide
2 - Ben Haren
1 - Cody Szust

Round 13 - South Adelaide @ Glenelg

5 - Nick Liddle
4 - Cody Szust
3 - Tarak Redigolo
2 - Alex Aurrichio
2 - Abe Davis
2 - Tom Fields
2 - Xavier Gotch
2 - Joseph Haines
2 - Jake Veide
1 - nil

Round 14 - South Adelaide vs West Adelaide

5 - Joel Cross
5 - Nick Liddle
4 - Adam Gulden
3 - Tyson Brown
3 - Jake Veide
2 - Alex Aurrichio
1 - Cody Szust

Round 15 - South Adelaide @ Port Adelaide

5 - Joel Cross
4 - Nick Liddle
3 - Cody Szust
3 - Jake Veide
2 - Abe Davis
2 - Luke Durdin
2 - Tom Fields
2 - Adam Gulden
2 - Tarak Redigolo
1 - nil

Round 16 - South Adelaide vs Woodville-West Torrens

5 - Joel Cross
4 - Joseph Haines
3 - Abe Davis
2 - Nick Liddle
2 - Tarak Redigolo
1 - Daniel Bass
1 - Tom Fields
1 - Matt Rankine
1 - Nic Schwarz
1 - Cody Szust
1 - Jake Veide

Round 17 - South Adelaide vs Sturt

5 - Joel Cross
4 - Daniel Bass
4 - Matt Raitt
3 - nil
2 - nil
1 - nil

Round 18 - South Adelaide vs Adelaide

5 - Joel Cross
4 - Joseph Haines
3 - Nick Liddle
2 - Daniel Bass
1 - Abe Davis
1 - Luke Durdin
1 - Brede Seccull

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Betta Teams: Round 17 - South Adelaide vs Sturt

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 17 August 2017
Betta Teams: Round 17 - South Adelaide vs Sturt

No Second Chance Against Double Blues

South Adelaide head to Unley in Round 17 of the SANFL Macca's League for a critical clash with Sturt on Saturday afternoon. 

After their stunning 83-point demolition of Woodville-West Torrens in Round 16, the Panthers are now just a game back of fifth-placed Glenelg and hold a better percentage than their coastal rivals.

A win against the Double Blues is vital to keeping South's finals hopes alive.

For the first time in some weeks the Panthers could name an unchanged lineup, with South's selection committee opting for stability after their big win over the Eagles last weekend and naming no omissions.

However, Garry Hocking could be tempted to recall midfield bull Brede Seccull, who has been named on an extended interchange after recovering from a finger ailment that has kept the 2016 joint Knuckey Cup winner on the sidelines since Round 8.

Also coming into the 23 is young midfielder Alex Moyle, who would be inline for his second game if he earns a recall.

Meanwhile, reliable big man Daniel Bass is set to make his 100th appearance for the Panthers after being named to lead South's ruck division, while midfielder Nic Schwarz will notch his 50th SANFL Macca's League game.

Listen to Daniel Bass chat about playing his 100th game this weekend

 

The Reserves also face a must-win clash this weekend. Currently sitting sixth on the ladder, the Panthers are half a game back from fourth-placed Sturt and need a win to keep their season alive.

However, they have received a significant injection of League experience, with key forward Sam Overall, utility Tyson Brown and defender Jordan Taylor all earning selection after stints on the sidelines.

Overall has not played since injuring his knee in the Round 12 Mayor's Cup victory over Central District, while Brown has struggled with a back complaint since his return to League action against West Adelaide and Tayor suffered a concussion in the Reserves against Port Adelaide a fortnight ago.

Also returning to the fold is young key backman Ben Millman (finger) and midfielder Jake Anderson (concussion).

Meanwhile, the Club's top-of-the-table Under-18s will simultaneously be in action at Hickinbotham Oval from 11:25am against the Double Blues.

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Match Details

What: Round 17 - South Adelaide vs Sturt
Where: Peter Motley Oval
When: Saturday, August 19 - League 2:10pm, Reserves 11:30am, U18s 11:25am (Hickinbotham Oval)
Tickets: Adults $14, concession $8 and under 18s free of charge
Watch: Live streamed via South Adelaide Digital Pass

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League

2:10pm - Saturday, August 19
Peter Motley Oval

In: Seccull, Moyle
Out: nil
Milestones: Daniel Bass - 100 games, Nic Schwarz - 50 games

Reserves

11:30am - Saturday, August 19 
Peter Motley Oval

Tyllis, Aurrichio, Barnes, Jolly, Kappler, Neville, J. Taylor, Overall, Millman, Brown, Fairlie, S. Taylor, Helyar, Kreuger, Noble, Blackwell, Irra, McKinnon, Anderson

In: Overall, Brown, J. Taylor, Millman, Anderson
Out: Moyle (League), Ah Chee (injured), Badger (hamstring), Rolfe (knee), Steele (Under-18s), Bruce (rested)
Emg: Allevi, Harvey

Under-18s

11:25am - Saturday, August 19
Hickinbotham Oval

C. McGree, C. Gaspari, S. Lawrie, L. Bogle, T. Illingworth, J. Daniels, S. Whitbread, J. Manuel, N. Beenham, A. Douglass, B. Snelling, F. Penn, J. Bradford, J. Colwell, H. Sampson, D. Arnold, L. Fitt, D. Tucker Cook, T. Davies, E. Wilkinson, B. Sowter, R. Williams, T. Coleman, N. Steele, R. Mayes, J. Carapetis

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Panthers TV: Daniel Bass - 100 Games

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 17 August 2017
Panthers TV: Daniel Bass - 100 Games

Congratulations to big bustling Daniel Bass who raises the bat on the weekend against Sturt! See the best from Bass below! #CreateOurFuture

 

 

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Panthers TV: Luke Durdin - Post Match Round 16

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 17 August 2017
Panthers TV: Luke Durdin - Post Match Round 16

We caught up with Durds about sneaking down and snagging his first goal at league level, and what we can expect from the Double Blues this week! #CreateOurFuture

 

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Injury Update - Round 16

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 15 August 2017
Injury Update - Round 16

Injury Update - Round 16

Name Injury Timetable
Tyson Brown Back Test
Ben Millman Finger Test
Tom Neville Thumb Test
Peter Rolfe Knee Test
Jordan Taylor Concussion Test
Sam Overall Knee 1 week
Robert Badger Hamstring 1-2 weeks
Xavier Gotch Groin 1-2 weeks
Brede Seccull Finger 3 weeks
Ben Haren Shin 3-4 weeks
Kaj Patterson Back Indefinite
Sam Gurney Shoulder Season
Jackson McMahon Toe Season

 

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Panthers TV: South Adelaide Vs Woodville-West Torrens Round 16 Highlights

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 14 August 2017
Panthers TV: South Adelaide Vs Woodville-West Torrens Round 16 Highlights
An incredible 10 goal to 2 second quarter over the ladder leaders set up an massive 83 point demolition of the Eagles! See the highlights below, or Click Here for the Match Report! #CreateOurFuture 
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Seniors Report: Round 16 - South Adelaide vs Woodville-West Torrens

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 14 August 2017
Seniors Report: Round 16 - South Adelaide vs Woodville-West Torrens

Comeback Kid: Bryce Damin made a successful return to senior footy in South's comprehensive victory over the Eagles. Image: Nick Hook Photography

Seniors Report

South Adelaide vs Woodville-West Torrens
Round 16 - Hickinbotham Oval - 12/08/17

South Adelaide 1.2 11.8 15.9 21.15 141
Eagles 4.3 6.3 8.4 9.4 58

Goals: Davis 5, Rose 3, Schwarz, Ellison 2, Cross, Damin, Liddle, Rankine, Raitt, Gulden, Durdin, Fields, Bass
Best: Cross, Davis, Fields, Gulden, Ellison, Rose
Injuries: nil
Crowd: 1438

South Adelaide have kept their finals chances alive thanks to a dominant 83-point victory over the ladder-leading Eagles at Hickinbotham Oval on Saturday afternoon.

Despite trailing at quarter time, the Panthers dominated play in the final three terms, recording a 102-point turnaround to set up a resounding 21.15 (141) to 9.4 (58) win that moves them within one win of fifth-placed Glenelg.

The Panthers again lost the toss and were forced to defend against a reasonable breeze and signs looked ominous early for Garry Hocking's men.

When Woodville-West Torrens goalled within 33 seconds through Jake Johansen flashbacks to West Adelaide and Port Adelaide's early dominance in recent weeks had many supporters feeling uneasy.

The early onslaught did not end there either, with the Eagles kicking the first four goals of the game within nine minutes.

Daniel Bass pulled one back for the home side midway through the quarter, but it would be South's only major score for the term and they would head into the first change facing a 19-point deficit.

Things did not look much better early in the second quarter, as former Crow Jared Petrenko kicked his first goal of the game in the opening minutes.

However, soon after the Panthers turned the tide at the stoppages and the flood gates opened on the scoreboard for their best passage of play for the season. 

South wrestled control of the game through the middle, with Joel Cross, Tom Fields and Adam Gulden giving the home side quality first use of the footy and, with the wind at their backs, deep penetrating entries to their dangerous forwards in the forward 50. 

The goals came thick and fast, as South booted 10.6 for the term and left the statisticians scrambling to see if such a mark had ever been hit in a single quarter at Hickinbotham Oval before.

Athletic big man Codey Ellison got things underway from a strong mark and finish, with Abe Davis opening his account soon after and Matt Rankine, Matt Rose, Cross and Matt Raitt also getting in on the scoring binge.

Petrenko did manage to add his second for the term deep into time on, but by the time the siren sounded for the extended break the Panthers had recorded a nine-goal turnaround and took a 35-point lead to the rooms.

Kicking against the breeze in the third quarter, South still maintained their dominant play, kicking the first four goals of the quarter and all but nullifying the wind advantage.

Adding even further reason to celebrate, Bryce Damin kicked his first goal at senior level after a 1538-day absence from the League side, while Luke Durdin also snuck his way forward from fullback to open his goal scoring account in the SANFL Macca's League. 

Former Panthers James Boyd and Michael Wundke did pull back a pair late for the visitors, but the difference was still extended to 47 at the final break.

The Panthers did not let up in the final term, with Davis continuing to cause match-up nightmares up forward and adding his fourth and fifth goals early in the piece.

Further major scores to Fields, Nick Liddle, a pair to Nic Schwarz and Gulden pushed the lead to 83 by the final siren and put an emphatic full stop on a memorable victory.

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Triple Knuckey Cup winner Joel Cross was again at his brilliant best (31 disposals, a goal and 11 score involvements), with his presence in the midfield helping flip the momentum in that crucial second term and playing a role in many scoring opportunities.

Similarly, the penetrating left foot of Tom Fields was a vital key to the Panthers offensive onslaught. Moved up the ground into a more attacking role, the former Carlton rookie collected 30 possessions, five inside 50s, a goal and was involved in 10 scoring chances.

Up forward, Abe Davis played arguably his best game for the club, kicking five goals from his 17 possessions and taking eight marks in the process. Codey Ellison (two goals, five marks and pinch-hitting in the ruck) and Matt Rose (23 touches, 13 marks and three goals) were also potent players in the forward line.

Adam Gulden (27 possessions, seven marks, five inside 50s and a late goal) also provided plenty of link up play coming out of defence and set up many scoring plays with his accurate disposal into the front half of the ground.

Best for the visitors was Joseph Sinor (30 touches and eight marks) and Luke Thompson, who collected 20 disposals in a defence that was under constant pressure after quarter time.

The Panthers next mission will be a crucial clash with Sturt at Peter Motley Oval from 2:10pm this Saturday, August 19.


Panther Pups: One of many current juniors or Under-18s graduates in South's Reserves, Coby Helyar gets a kick away against the Eagles. Image: Nick Hook Photography

Reserves Report

South Adelaide vs Woodville-West Torrens
Round 16 - Hickinbotham Oval - 12/08/17

South Adelaide 4.1 5.1 11.4 13.7 85
Eagles 3.1 10.5 10.5 13.7 85

Goals: Tyllis 3, Steele 2, Kreuger, Noble, Allevi, Rolfe, Ah Chee, Aurrichio, Barnes, Jolly
Best: Aurrichio, Barnes, Irra, Ah Chee, Tyllis, McKinnon

South Adelaide's Reserves played out a hard-fought draw with Woodville-West Torrens at Hickinbotham Oval on Saturday afternoon.

In a match that saw both sides enjoy dominant periods of play, it was almost fitting that the margin finished where it started and locked on 13.7 (85) a piece.

The draw sees South fall out of the top five, but remain still just half a game back from as high as fourth on the ladder.

After taking a goal advantage into the first break, things started looking dire for the Panthers in the second term as the Eagles took full advantage of the breeze and outscored the home side 7.4 to 1.0 and set up a 34 margin at halftime.

However, South returned the favour in the third, kicking 6.3 to 0.0 to set up a tense final term.

The Eagles kicked the first two major scores of the fourth through Cooper Gaffney and Damien Schmusch, before Alex Aurrichio and Mark Noble returned South to the lead.

Woodville pushed themselves back into the lead in the 20th minute thanks to Jack Lukosius' fourth goal for the afternoon.

A handy point from Roland Ah Chee locked the scores four minutes later.

Given a free kick at half forward with 30 seconds to play, the Eagles had one last roll of the dice to snatch a late victory.

However, young defender Jesse McKinnon drifted back with the flight of the ball and took a courageous mark to secure at least a point for his side.

Big man Aurrichio continued to be a competitive and physical force at the stoppages, going toe-to-toe with the experienced Marc Borholm in the ruck, while also kicking a goal and laying 10 tackles.

Meanwhile, Rigby Barnes responded magnificently to being sent back to the Reserves, with 29 touches, five tackles and a goal.

Youngsters Robert Irra (20 possessions, seven marks and six desperate tackles), Joseph Tyllis (three goals) and McKinnon (13 touches ans seven marks) all starred in their roles.

Big bodied midfielder Roland Ah Chee also enjoyed one of his better games for the season, racking up 21 disposals, kicking a goal and the decisive behind.

The Reserves are back in action this weekend with a vital clash against fourth-placed Sturt from 11:30am, Saturday, August 19 at Peter Motley Oval.

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Juniors Report: Round 16 - South Adelaide vs Woodville-West Torrens

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 14 August 2017
Juniors Report: Round 16 - South Adelaide vs Woodville-West Torrens

Under 18s Report

South Adelaide vs Woodville-West Torrens
Round 16 - Maughan Thiem Hyundai Oval - 12/08/17

South Adelaide 0.1 2.4 4.6 11.10 76
Eagles 4.2 5.3 7.6 7.6 48

Goals: Colwell, Tucker 2, McGree, Arnold, Fitt, Sampson, Davies, Beenham, Illingworth
Best: Fitt, Coleman, Sampson, Beenham, Illingworth, Bogle

South Adelaide's Under-18s have consolidated their place atop the ladder thanks to a gutsy 28-point victory over second-placed Woodville-West Torrens at Maughan Thiem Hyundai Oval on Saturday afternoon.

Our Under-18s travelled to Woodville Oval for the first time since our draw there last year to play the Eagles in a top-of-the-table clash.

With the bye last week for the SANFL Under-18 competition, it was important to get off to a strong start going into a two-goal breeze.

That didn't happen unfortunately and we found ourselves in some trouble early in the quarter. The Eagles were very good in the contest and at ground level around the ground and our guys were slow to react.

The Eagles won the quarter by 25 points.

The second quarter was slightly better with our guys able to even up the contested balls and maintain possession for longer periods.

At halftime we went in 17 points behind but confident our best footy was to come.

In the third quarter the players were able to adapt very well into the wind while at the same time get some better defensive measures set up behind the ball.

The margin at the last break was 18 points.

Kicking with the wind in the final quarter the players showed terrific character to score 46 points while keeping the Eagles scoreless to win by 28 points.

This came off the back of a lift in intensity around the midfield matched by player driven "team first" competitive spirit to never give up.

Unfortunately we suffered two significant injuries during the game.

First to young Under-16 tall back Aaron Douglass, who suffered a broken nose early in the first quarter and then a very serious lower leg fracture to our second ruck/tall back Nicholas Robertson in the last quarter.

Hopefully we will see Aaron make a speedy recovery, but it appears that Robbo will spend a significant time out of the game.

We wish both lads all the very best.

Tony Bamford
Under 18s Coach

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Betta Teams: Round 16 - South Adelaide vs Woodville-West Torrens

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 10 August 2017
Betta Teams: Round 16 - South Adelaide vs Woodville-West Torrens

South's Sights on High-Flying Eagles

South Adelaide return to Hickinbotham Oval to host top-of-the-table Woodville-West Torrens for Round 16 action in the SANFL Macca's League. 

This week's Betta Team Selections bring with them another great comeback story.

Not to be outdone by Peter Rolfe's return from a 775 day absence from League footy against West Adelaide, tall utility Bryce Damin will line up for his first senior SANFL game in 1583 days this weekend against the Eagles.

After making his League debut on April 12, 2013 in a Friday night clash against the Bloods, Damin has overcome two ACL surgeries and several other injury setbacks on his path to playing his second senior match.

Also returning to the League side is hard-running midfielder Richard Newell, who has been named on a wing, while Alex Moyle and potential debutant Jesse McKinnon (son of West Adelaide premiership wingman, Robin McKinnon) have been rewarded for their strong form in the Reserves and named on an extended interchange.

There have been two confirmed changes, with wingman Adam Hunter and livewire forward Rigby Barnes coming out of the side that faced Port Adelaide Magpies in Round 15.

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The Reserves have added some potency to their forward line, with Peter Rolfe and Rigby Barnes set to return to the goal front.

However, they will miss the defensive presence of Jordan Taylor who will miss the clash with the Eagles after suffering a concussion against Port Adelaide.

Meanwhile, the Club's Under-18s will simultaneously be in action at Maughan Thiem Hyundai Oval in a top-of-the-table clash with the Eagles from 11:25am.

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Match Details

What: Round 16 - South Adelaide vs Woodville-West Torrens
Where: Hickinbotham Oval
When: Saturday, August 12 - League 2:10pm, Reserves 11:30am, U18s 11:25am (Maughan Thiem Hyundai Oval)
Tickets: Adults $14, concession $8 and under 18s free of charge
Watch: Live streamed via South Adelaide Digital Pass

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League

2:10pm - Saturday, August 12
Hickinbotham Oval

In: Damin, Newell, McKinnon, Moyle
Out: Hunter (injured), Barnes (omitted)
New: Jesse McKinnon - Victor Harbor (debut - if selected)

Reserves

11:30am - Saturday, August 12
Hickinbotham Oval

Allevi, Rolfe, Tyllis, Aurrichio, Barnes, Badger, Jolly, Kappler, Neville, Ah Chee, Fairlie, S. Taylor, Helyar, Bruce, Kreuger, Steele, Noble, Blackwell, Irra

In: Barnes, Allevi, Rolfe, Jolly, Blackwell
Out: Newell (League), Damin (League), McKinnon (League), J. Taylor (concussion), Whimpress (Under-18s), Need (work)
Emg: Albanese

Under-18s

11:25am - Saturday, August 12
Maughan Thiem Hyundai Oval

C. McGree, C. Gaspari, S. Lawrie, N. Robertson, L. Bogle, T. Illingworth, J. Daniels, S. Whitbread, J. Manuel, N. Beenham, A. Douglass, B. Snelling, F. Penn, J. Bradford, J. Colwell, H. Sampson, D. Whimpress, D. Arnold, L. Fitt, D. Tucker Cook, T. Davies, E. Wilkinson, B. Sowter, R. Williams, R. Milsom, T. Coleman

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2017 Fixture

Round 16

South Adelaide vs Eagles
Venue: Hickinbotham Oval
Time: 2:10pm, SATURDAY August 12


Round 17

South Adelaide vs Sturt
Venue: Peter Motley Oval
Time: 2:10pm, SATURDAY August 19


Round 18

South Adelaide vs Adelaide
Venue: Hickinbotham Oval
Time: 2:10pm, SATURDAY August 26


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