Betta Teams: Round 18 - South Adelaide vs Woodville-West Torrens

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 16 August 2018
Betta Teams: Round 18 - South Adelaide vs Woodville-West Torrens

Experienced trio in for Retro Round

South Adelaide have added an experienced threesome to the line up set to face Woodville-West Torrens on Saturday afternoon.

Hard nut Anthony Biemans is a sure starter, named in a forward pocket after laying a monster 15 tackles in his return from injury with the Reserves last Sunday.

Meanwhile, the versatile pair of Ben Haren and Matt Rankine find their way onto an extended interchange.

Father son prospect Hayden Sampsohas been sent back to the Reserves after notching two League appearances.

The Panthers will be donning 80s inspired Retro Round guernseys as they clash with the Eagles, who will wear West Torrens kits in the first half and switch to Woodville Warriors jumpers at halftime.

Replica Panthers guernseys are available for pre-order now (with options for custom numbers), while match-worn tops will be auctioned following the game.

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Key forward Sam Overall will be given at least another week to build match fitness in the Reserves after kicking two goals in his comeback game against Sturt.

Meanwhile, young forwards Blake Carter and Joseph Tyllis also return.

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Round Details

What: SANFL Round 18 - South Adelaide vs Woodville-West Torrens
Where: Maughan Thiem Hyundai Oval
When: Saturday, August 18 - Reserves 11:30am; League 2:10pm
Entry: $14 adult, $8 concession, Free Under 18s
Watch: Live on the South Adelaide Digital Pass

League

In: Biemans, Haren, Rankine
Out: Sampson (omitted)
New:
Milestones: 

Reserves

Baker, Carter, Elmes, Fairlie, Gurney, Hall, Helyar, Hoey, Illingworth, Irra, McGree, McKinnon, Millman, Moyle, Neville, Overall, Redigolo, Sampson, Snelling, Taylor, Telfer, Tyllis

In: Carter, Sampson, Tyllis
Out: Biemans (League), Haren (League), Rankine (League), Lovering (Under-18s)
EMG: 

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Betta Teams: Under-18s Round 17 - South Adelaide vs Glenelg

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 16 August 2018
Betta Teams: Under-18s Round 17 - South Adelaide vs Glenelg

Round Details

What: South Adelaide vs Glenelg
Where: Hickinbotham Oval
When: 11:00am Saturday, August 18
Entry: Free 

Under 18s

1 Billy Wade
3 Joel Beeche
4 Max Clifton
5 Phoenix Spicer
6 Jake Tarca
7 Jason  Horne
9 Job Colwell
10 Luke Bogle
12 Jake  Spinks
13 Shannon Jones
14 Tate Coleman
16 Jonty Manuel
17 Mackenzie Short
21 Danny Juckers
22 Harry Spacie
23 Reece Milsom
24 Aaron Douglass
25 Ronan Wood
26 Tate Lovering
27 Boyd  Austin
28 James  Grimley
35 Nicholas Kraemer
36 Damon Freitag
39 Bailey  Marshman
40 Daniel Sladojevic

In: Horne, Coleman, Manuel, Milsom, Grimley
Out: Davies, Riddle, Coulthard, Draper, Dowling

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Panthers Past - Michael Bennett

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 16 August 2018
Panthers Past - Michael Bennett

To celebrate SANFL #RetroRound we are taking a look back at the highlights from some of the most influential Panthers from the 1980s.

They couldn't find a place for him at Sturt, but when all was said and done following his switch to South Adelaide only four men would ever play more games for the Panthers than the fearless Michael Bennett.

After failing to break his way into Sturt's senior line-up Bennett crossed to South Adelaide in 1981 and by 1983 he had become a first choice League player.

He remained with South until 1992, playing a total of 267 games for the club, plus one for South Australia. He was the Panthers' captain in his final three seasons, which included the 1991 Foundation Cup success.

Panthers Past - Michael Bennett


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Panthers Past - Stuart Palmer

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 16 August 2018
Panthers Past - Stuart Palmer

To celebrate SANFL #RetroRound we are taking a look back at the highlights from some of the most influential Panthers from the 1980s.

Stuart Palmer holds the distinction as South Adelaide's games record holder, having played 337 games in a career that spanned three decades. A mark that is likely to never be matched or bettered.

Palmer moved to Australia from the northern English town of Nelson with his family at the age of five. He quickly made his way through the Panthers junior ranks and made his League debut in April 1969 shortly before his 18th birthday.

While he came off the bench in that game and registered a goal with his first kick (in the hostile surrounds of Alberton Oval no less!) it was in the backlines where Palmer made his name.

An excellent reader of the play, Palmer had a penchant for a spectacular mark as he marshalled the Panthers defence. Indeed he was present at full back in the 1979 Grand Final side.

Though he never won a Knuckey Cup, he was a consistent and important presence in the South Adelaide line up throughout his career and captained the side from 1982 - 84.

In 2017, Palmer was inducted into the SA Football Hall of Fame.

Panthers Past - Stuart Palmer


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Panthers Past - Shane Butler

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 16 August 2018
Panthers Past - Shane Butler

To celebrate SANFL #RetroRound we are taking a look back at the highlights from some of the most influential Panthers from the 1980s.

Not many have accomplished as much as Shane Butler did in a South Adelaide guernsey.

A North Gambier product, Shane Butler achieved virtually everything possible with South Adelaide.

A fierce competitor across the centreline or half forward flank, Butler won the first Knuckey Cup of the 80s, claimed four night premierships and captained the side in the final two seasons of his illustrious 285-game career (the third most of any Panther!)

He remains arguably one of the best footballers in South Australia to never be selected to represent his state.

Panthers Past - Shane Butler


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Panthers Past - Ron Hateley

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 16 August 2018
Panthers Past - Ron Hateley

To celebrate SANFL #RetroRound we are taking a look back at the highlights from some of the most influential Panthers from the 1980s.

These days a bag of eight is a rarity even for a key forward. Well, Ron Hateley once did it from the wing!

Hateley was a tall, thinly built wingman Tantanoola and made his senior SANFL debut in 1973. He was a key player for the Panthers during the Haydn Bunton Jr era, winning a club best and fairest award in 1976, and earning state selection four times.

He agonisingly missed the 1979 Grand Final after breaking his leg during the Qualifying Final clash with Port Adelaide earlier in the finals series.

After recovering from his broken leg Hateley put in a full season in 1980 and continued to produce reliable football for the Panthers until his retirement, with 216 senior games to his credit, at the end of the 1984 season.

A stalwart through the 70s and 80s, the man they called "Snake" certainly knew where the goals were. See some of his best running goals

Panthers Past - Ron Hateley


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Panthers Past - John Schneebichler

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 16 August 2018
Panthers Past - John Schneebichler

To celebrate SANFL #RetroRound we are taking a look back at the highlights from some of the most influential Panthers from the 1980s.

Nothing says 80s football like a high-flying forward sitting on shoulders and kicking bags of goals.

Not many have done it better for South than John Schneebichler, who kicked 351 goals in his 234 games with the Panthers.

Schneebichler was a workmanlike and thoroughly dependable league footballer who enjoyed a successful 13-season career with South Adelaide, where he rose through the ranks before making his senior debut in 1975.

Capable of playing in a variety of positions, he carried out whatever function was asked of him with a minimum of fuss and plenty of fortitude and grit. He was a member of the Panthers' losing Grand Final team against Port Adelaide in 1979, and was the club's leading goal kicker with 65 goals in 1983.

He captained South in his last three seasons at the club before making a controversial transfer to Glenelg for his final season of League football.

In addition to his club games, Schneebichler also played five times for South Australia.

Panthers Past - John Schneebichler


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Panthers Past - Geoff Baynes

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 16 August 2018
Panthers Past - Geoff Baynes

To celebrate SANFL #RetroRound we are taking a look back at the highlights from some of the most influential Panthers from the 1980s.

To kick off our Panthers Past series we have Geoff "Banger" Baynes, who closed out his 185-game career with South skippering us into the 80s.

Geoff transfered to South Adelaide from West Torrens for the total sum of 20 cents in 1975.

It was a recruiting coup for the Panthers, as Baynes, who played mostly as a ruck rover, went on to claim three consecutive Knuckey Cups between 1977 and 1979.

Playing under Haydn Bunton Jr, Baynes was captain from 1978 - 81 and nearly lead his team to the Clubs first Premierships since 1964 as the skipper of the 1979 Grand Final side, named as one of the better players on the ground against Port Adelaide.

Panthers Past - Geoff Baynes



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PanthersTV: Round 17 Highlights - South Adelaide Vs Sturt

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 13 August 2018
PanthersTV: Round 17 Highlights - South Adelaide Vs Sturt

South Adelaide were unable to reel in an impressive Sturt outfit, falling to a 13-point less at Hickinbotham Oval on Sunday.

See the match recap below. Click here for the full match report thanks to MRS Property!

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Injury Report - Round 17B

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 13 August 2018
Injury Report - Round 17B
Player Name Injury Estimated Return
Jesse McKinnon* Back Test
Scott Taylor* Calf Test
Jaidan Kappler* Ankle 1-2 weeks
Robert Badger Hamstring 3 weeks
Matthew Raitt Hand Season
Nic Schwarz Knee Season


*Indicates injured last match

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Betta Teams: Round 18 - South Adelaide vs Woodville-West Torrens

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 16 August 2018
Betta Teams: Round 18 - South Adelaide vs Woodville-West Torrens
Experienced trio in for Retro Round South Adelaide have added an experienced threesome to the line up set to face Woodville-West Torrens on ...
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Betta Teams: Under-18s Round 17 - South Adelaide vs Glenelg

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 16 August 2018
Betta Teams: Under-18s Round 17 - South Adelaide vs Glenelg
Round Details What: South Adelaide vs Glenelg
Where: Hickinbotham Oval
When: 11:00am Saturday, August 18
Entry: Free  Un...
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Panthers Past - Michael Bennett

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 16 August 2018
Panthers Past - Michael Bennett
To celebrate SANFL #RetroRound we are taking a look back at the highlights from some of the most influential Panthers from the 1980s. They c...
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SANFL Ladder

  • NORWOOD

    26

  • WOODVILLE-WEST TORRENS

    23

  • STURT

    22

  • NORTH ADELAIDE

    20

  • SOUTH ADELAIDE

    18

  • GLENELG

    14

  • WEST ADELAIDE

    14

  • CENTRAL DISTRICT

    12

  • PORT ADELAIDE

    9

  • ADELAIDE

    2

2018 FIXTURE

  • SANFL Round 17

    South Adelaide vs Bye
    Venue: Bye
    Time: Bye


  • SANFL Round 17

    South Adelaide vs Sturt
    Venue: Hickinbotham Oval
    Time: 2:10pm, SUNDAY August 12


  • SANFL Round 18

    Woodville-West Torrens vs South Adelaide
    Venue: Maughan Thiem Hyundai Oval
    Time: 2:10pm, SATURDAY August 18


  • SANFL Round 19

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


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