Betta Teams: Under-18 Round 14 - South Adelaide @ North Adelaide

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 24 September 2020
Betta Teams: Under-18 Round 14 - South Adelaide @ North Adelaide

The South Adelaide Under-18s remain on the road to close out the minor rounds with a crucial clash against the Roosters.

After a extremely disappointing result last Saturday, the South Adelaide Under-18s now essentially find themselves in an elimination final on Saturday afternoon. 

The Panthers must win against the Roosters to lock in a spot in the final four. 

The young Panthers will be bolstered by a key inclusion in Zac Dumesny, who is welcomed back from League and Reserves duties.

Under-18 captain Nick Kraemer will also return to the side. 

Jye BottroffKyle Marshall, and Lachlan Hayes are all inclusions into the squad of 24. 

This do or die clash kicks off from 1:25pm on Saturday Morning at Prospect Oval.   

All games of the SANFL Under-18 competition are streamed live and on demand via the SANFL Digital Pass. 

What: Panthers Under-18s @ Roosters Under-18s 
Where: Prospect Oval
When: Saturday, September 26
Time: 1:25pm 
Watch: SANFL Digital Pass Members Only | Non-Members

Under-18 Round 14 South Adelaide @ North Adelaide presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living

Are you #SouthProud in 2020?

 

 

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Betta Teams: SANFL Round 14 - South Adelaide vs North Adelaide

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 24 September 2020
Betta Teams: SANFL Round 14 - South Adelaide vs North Adelaide

South Adelaide face the Roosters in a final tune up ahead of the finals. 

Having dominated the Redlegs last week, the Panthers will look to carry their good form into this weeks clash against the Roosters. 

The Panthers will have one confirmed change with young gun Jason Horne coming out due to a calf injury. 

This opens the door for some handy additions to the squad of 26. 

Tom Highmore is a chance to return after being sidelined last week due to a minor strain. 

Anthony Biemans is also a chance to make his long awaited return to the League side.

Glenelg recruit Ben SawfordCam McGree and Mark Noble have also been named on the extended bench. 

The Reserves chance to make the finals came to a heartbreaking end last week with a goal in the final 90-seconds of play ending any chance of finals action. 

However, they will be looking to end the season on a high note and will be helped by the inclusions of Daniel SladojevicHayden Kernahan and Ryan Parry.

Another key inclusion is Bailey Snelling who makes his return to Reserves football after injuring his knee in round 1. 

The Panthers last home game of 2020 kicks off with the Reserves at 11:30am followed by League at 2:15pm on Saturday afternoon. 

If you're attending the game, please be aware that social distancing will be enforced and if patrons are planning to consume alcohol then they will need to be seated. 

Supporters are reminded that it is preferred to pre-purchase tickets HERE.

What: Panthers vs Roosters
Where: Flinders University Stadium
When: Sunday, September 27, 2:15 PM
Tickets: Online here or at the gate
Watch: Live and Free on Channel 7 or via 7Plus

SANFL Round 14 South Adelaide vs North Adelaide presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living

In: A.Biemans (10), M.Noble (13), B.Sawford (14), C.McGree (26), T.Highmore (35)
Out: J.Horne (Calf)

What: Panthers Reserves vs Roosters Reserves
Where: Flinders University Stadium
When: Sunday, September 27, 11:30 AM 
Watch: Live via SANFL Digital Pass Member's Only Pricing | Non-Member's Pricing

SANFL Reserves Round 13 South Adelaide vs North Adelaide presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living

Cameron, Davies, Douglass, Evans, Freitag, Hoey, Hoffmann, Illingworth, Juckers, Kernahan, Lewis,

Lippett, J McCreery, Oliver, Parry, Potter, C Sampson, Sladojevic, Snelling, Williams

In: D.Sladojevic, B.Snelling, H.Kernahan, R.Parry
Out: B.Sawford (League), C.McGree (League), M.Noble (League), Z.Dumesny (Under-18s) P.Spicer (Arm), C.Machin (inj)

Show your're #SouthProud in 2020!

 

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MRS Property League Match Report Round 13: South vs Norwood

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 21 September 2020
MRS Property League Match Report Round 13: South vs Norwood

MRS Property League Match Report

South Adelaide vs Norwood
Round 13 - Flinders University Stadium - 19/09/20

South Adelaide 4.2 7.12 9.13  17.14 116
Norwood 3.1  3.2 4.4 6.6 42

Goals: Cross, Bogle 3, Wilkinson, Cailotto, Hunter 2, Schwarz, Haren, Overall,  McCreery, Horne
Best: Hunter, Cross, Broadbent, Haines, Karpany, Schwarz
Injuries: Horne (Calf)
Full Injury List

Saturday sees South Adelaide book themselves into finals with a dominant 74-point win over Norwood at Flinders University Stadium.

With a finals spot on the line, the Panthers put together a strong four quarter effort to claim their biggest home win over Norwood since 1964, with the 17.14 (116) to 6.6 (42) win locking in their first finals appearance since 2018.

"We understood what was on the end of today's game," Head Coach Jarrad Wright said post-match.

"To be able to tick that box with another round to play and not relying on last game results like we were last year is a nice feeling, but now we need to maintain that momentum and keep building from here" he said.

Paul Hunter continued his run of standout performances with 21 touches and two goals, while Joel Cross gathered 28 touches and three goals, and Joe Haines finished with 29 disposals and seven rebound 50s.

Despite playing under near perfect conditions, it wasn't an ideal start for the boys in the blue and white as Norwood kicked the first goal of the day after just thirty seconds of play.

However, just minutes later Beau McCreery gathered the ball of the deck and kicked truly on the run to finish off an end to end play and hand South their first of the match.

Following this, the Panthers attacked deep again, this time it was Alex Cailotto who finished it off to hand the Panthers an early lead. 
 
South Adelaide came close to scoring again just minutes later thanks to a gutsy mark by Eamon Wilkinson but his kick just missed to the far side.
 

The visitors would push for a goal as the opening term entered stoppage time, but their attempts were thwarted thanks to some strong spoiling by Jake Summerton.

One such of these spoils allowed the Panthers to rebound, then, after some fancy footwork by Hunter, the ball fell into Wilkinson's hands and this time his kick sailed through.

Joel Cross then led from the front by playing on and drilling a goal to send the Panthers into the first break with a promising 4.2 (26) to 3.1 (19).

The second term saw the Panthers threaten to take away the game, but their inaccurate three goals and ten behinds left the door open for Norwood.

However, some strong defending by Jack Elsworthy and Matthew Broadbent saw South hold Norwood to just a point for the quarter.

Their three goals, which came from some clever assists by Jason Horne, Tom Whittlesea, and Luke Bogle, saw South Adelaide enter halftime with a 7.12 (54) to 3.2 (20) lead.

This second term inaccuracy was quickly overcome, as the Panthers would go onto boot ten goals and just two behinds for the remainder of the match.

The first of these came from Bogle who collected the ball off the deck and kicked truly.

Then Elsworthy showed his pace by beating Norwood's Anthony Wilson in a foot race, his efforts allowed the Panthers to rebound through Haines, and the end to end play would be finished off by a thumping goal from Ben Haren.

Heading into the final break with a 9.13 (67) to 4.4 (28) lead, South Adelaide's pressure throughout the day was on full display when Norwood cleared the ball from the centre bounce and kicked the wrong way allowing Cross to snap a goal after just twenty seconds of play.

Just minutes later, Bogle followed up with his second of the match, and continuing with this momentum, just two minutes later saw Ben Heaslip set up Cailotto for his second goal of the match.

One of the plays of the day saw an interception by Jaidan Kappler at half back, rebound into attack thanks to Hayden Sampson, before Nic Schwarz was able to collect the ball on the boundary and goal on the run to push the Panthers lead to over forty points.

With 55 inside 50s to 36, the Panthers would continue to attack, this time it was Cross who was able to steady and let fly from 50 to get his third of the match.

Not to be out done, the Panthers continued to pick their way through Norwood's defence before being finished off with Bogle's third goal of the match.

Minutes later, a clever tap by Bogle over the top allowed Sam Overall to run in and goal, while a strong mark at the tip of the goal square by Hunter saw him kick his second of the day and extend the Panthers winning margin to 17.14 (116) to 6.6 (42).

With ten individual goal scorers, the win was the Panthers biggest so far this season and their best display this season.

South Adelaide now look towards North Adelaide for their final minor season game and will clash with the Roosters at Flinders University Stadium on Sunday September 27, from 2:15pm.

Are you #SouthProud in 2020?

 

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MRS Property Reserves Match Report Round 13: South vs Norwood

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 21 September 2020
MRS Property Reserves Match Report Round 13: South vs Norwood

MRS Property Reserves Match Report

South Adelaide vs Norwood
Round 13 - Flinders University Stadium - 19/09/20

South Adelaide 1.0 3.1 4.6 8.7 55
Norwood 1.2 5.3 6.4 9.5 59

Goals: Freitag, McGree, McCreery, Cameron, Spicer, Williams, Illingworth, Potter
Best: Sawford, Lewis, Noble, Williams, Davies
Injuries: Machin - Concussion, Spicer - Arm, Douglass - Calf

South Adelaide Reserves suffer a heart-breaking four-point defeat against Norwood at Flinders University Stadium on a sunny Saturday. 

Trailing by 14 points at halftime, the Panthers fought back and took the lead during the final term but failed to seal the deal as the Redlegs kicked a late goal to snatch the 8.7 (55) to 9.5 (59) lead.

Ben Sawford was impressive for the Panthers, as was Jack Lewis and Mark Noble.

With a spot in the finals still a mathematical chance, albeit a slight one, the Panthers entered their Round Thirteen clash on a two-game winning streak but despite the momentum, the side struggled to get things going early.

And some late withdrawals for South Adelaide's league side also meant the reserves were thin on league experience, and it showed as the side struggled to score despite enjoying the wind advantage.

However, the Panthers only goal of the opening term was at least kicked in style as Phoenix Spicer was able to outrun his opponent, take several bounces, and dodge around defender before kicking truly. 

This goal would come at the twenty-third minute mark, sending South Adelaide into the first break facing a 1.0 (6) to 1.2 (8) deficit.

But this contender for goal of the day was not a sign of things to come, as the visitors opened the scoring during the second term with two goals in quick succession.

The Panthers were able to stem the flow with a goal of their own midway through the term, but by then Norwood had broken away with to a 3.1 (19) to 5.3 (33).

However, South Adelaide were able to bring the victors back within range and took the lead during the dying stages of the final term, before a late Norwood goal all but sealed the narrow defeat.

But the Panthers finals chances were already gone, as North Adelaide's victory over Sturt meant the boys couldn't make a late dash into finals regardless of their Round Thirteen outcome.

The South Adelaide Reserves will look to finish off their season with a clash against North Adelaide at Flinders University Stadium on Sunday September 27, from 11:35am.

Are you #SouthProud in 2020?

 

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Under-18 Match Report Round 13: South vs Norwood

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 21 September 2020
Under-18 Match Report Round 13: South vs Norwood

Under-18 Match Report

South Adelaide vs Norwood
Round 13 - Coopers Stadium - 19/09/20

South Adelaide 6.2 8.5 10.8 10.9  69
Norwood 0.3  6.3 9.6 14.10 94

Goals: Cook 5, Roberts 2, Hamilton, Birt, Snelling
Best: Roberts, Cook, Spacie, Flett, Birt, Le Raye

A strong start wasn't enough for the South Adelaide Under-18s as they fell to a 25-point loss against Norwood at Coopers Stadium on Saturday.

The Panthers booted six first quarter goals but would only go onto register another four majors for the rest of the match, falling to a 10.9 (69) to 14.10 (94) against the second placed Redlegs.

The stats are reflected in the final score, with both sides having equal chances with the Panthers narrowly losing the inside 50 count 44 to 48, but winning the hit outs 31 to 26.

Both Brayden Cook (13 disposals) and Mathew Roberts (31 disposals) led the way for the Panthers, kicking two goals each to give South Adelaide a 6.2 (38) to 0.3 (3) lead at the first change.

But the second term saw the home side take advantage of the scoring end, as the Redlegs booted five unanswered goals within the first seventeen minutes of the quarter.

Liam Hamilton was able to help steady the side, while Cook's third goal of the day gave the Panthers a narrow 14-point lead at halftime.

However, this lead would prove far too little as Norwood would go onto boot eight goals during the second half while the Panthers only managed two both of which came from Cook.

The 10.9 (69) to 14.10 (94) defeat sees the Panthers slip to fourth on the ladder, and equal to their next opponent who sits just outside of the top four.

And South Adelaide will clash with North Adelaide in a must-win match at Prospect Oval on Saturday September 26, from 1:25pm.

Are you #SouthProud in 2020?

 

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Betta Teams: Under-18 Round 13 - South Adelaide @ Norwood

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 17 September 2020
Betta Teams: Under-18 Round 13 - South Adelaide @ Norwood

The South Adelaide Under-18s hit the road to take on the Redlegs on Saturday morning. 

Having got past the last placed Bloods last week, the South Adelaide Under-18s head to Coopers Stadium to take on Norwood. 

The Panthers will be looking to secure the two points to not only lock in a fourth consecutive finals appearance, but also will be one step closer to solidifying a top two spot. 

Matthew Roberts returns to the side after being unavailable due to College Football.

He's also joined by Arlo Draper who returns from injury and Harry Spacie who returns from Reserves duties. 

Jaiden MagorJye Bottroff and Cooper Rogers also come into the extended squad. 

The Under-18s kicks off from 11:00am on Saturday Morning at Coopers Stadium.  

All games of the SANFL Under-18 competition are streamed live and on demand via the SANFL Digital Pass. 

What: Panthers Under-18s @ Redlegs Under-18s 
Where: Coopers Stadium
When: Saturday, September 19
Time: 11:00am 
Watch: SANFL Digital Pass Members Only | Non-Members

Under-18 Round 13 South Adelaide @ Norwood presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living

Are you #SouthProud in 2020?

 

 

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Betta Teams: SANFL Round 13 - South Adelaide vs Norwood

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 17 September 2020
Betta Teams: SANFL Round 13 - South Adelaide vs Norwood

South Adelaide return to Flinders University Stadium for a crucial clash against the Redlegs on Saturday afternoon. 

Coming off the back of a dominant display against West Adelaide last Friday night, the Panthers set their sights for Norwood on Saturday afternoon. 

It's no secret that this is a crucial clash as a win will lock in a return to finals action for the Panthers for the first time since 2018, and simultaneously knocking out Norwood from finals contention. 

However, it will be made slightly tougher for the Panthers as Tyson Brown will be sidelined with a leg complaint. 

This will open the door for the return of midfielder Malcolm Karpany who is set to make his League return after successfully getting through the Reserves over the last two weeks. 

Anthony Biemans is also a chance to make his long awaited return to the League side.

Luke Bogle and Lee Hoey are also inclusions to the squad of 25. 

Meanwhile for the Reserves, who are coming off back to back wins for the first time in 2020, still have a small chance of playing finals should results fall their way. 

The Reserves will again be bolstered by Ben Sawford who is set to return after a calf issue. 

Justin Evans also comes into the side from injury along with Connor Sampson who was named as an emergency last week. 

This huge day of Panthers footy kicks of with the Reserves at 11:05am followed by League at 1:45pm at Flinders University Stadium. 

If you're attending the game, please be aware that social distancing will be enforced and if patrons are planning to consume alcohol then they will need to be seated. 

Supporters are reminded that it is preferred to pre-purchase tickets HERE.

What: Panthers vs Redlegs
Where: Flinders University Stadium
When: Saturday, September 19, 1:45 PM
Tickets: Online here or at the gate
Watch: Live and Free on Channel 7 or via 7Plus

SANFL Round 13 South Adelaide vs Norwood presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living

In: A.Biemans (10), L.Bogle (15), M.Karpany (23), L.Hoey (28)
Out: T.Brown (Leg)

What: Panthers Reserves vs Redleg Reserves
Where: Flinders University Stadium
When: Saturday, September 19, 11:05 AM 
Watch: Live via SANFL Digital Pass Member's Only Pricing | Non-Member's Pricing

SANFL Reserves Round 13 South Adelaide vs Norwood presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living

In: B.Sawford (14), T.Hoffmann (46), C.Sampson (48), J.Evans (56)
Out: M.Karpany (League squad), L.Bogle (League squad), A.Biemans (League Squad), L.Hoey (League squad), H.Spacie (Under-18s)

Show your're #SouthProud in 2020!

 

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South Adelaide Announce Partnership

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 14 September 2020
South Adelaide Announce Partnership

The South Adelaide Football Club announce new partnership with the Woods Panthers Netball Club.

The South Adelaide Football Club is excited to announce that from 2021 the Woods Panthers Netball Club will be reborn in the famous blue and white as the South Adelaide Netball Club and establish a new partnership.

The Woods Panthers Netball Club compete in the Netball SA Premier League, Adelaide Metropolitan Netball Division (AMND) and the Southern United Netball Association (SUNA) competitions.

Originally formed as a merger from the Blackwood District Netball Club and the South Adelaide Panthers Netball Club, Woods Panthers were born in 1999 but it would not be until 2002 that the Woods Panthers would join the state league competition.

"This is an exciting new chapter for the South Adelaide Football Club and provides the opportunity for us to further enhance our community base at Flinders University Stadium," said South Adelaide CEO Neill Sharpe.

"Over the past few years our club has grown with the introduction of female football, and this is the next step to establish elite sporting programs in football and netball throughout the southern suburbs.

"South Adelaide is proud to have a place at the forefront of one of the biggest female sports in the country, and it is going to be great to welcome everyone from the South Adelaide Netball Club."

Image: South Adelaide Players Jaslynne Smith (Left) and Alex Cailotto (Right) along with SANC Captain Eilish Mckay (Centre) for the first time in the Blue and White.

South Adelaide Netball Club President Rohan Davison-Bennett says the club is incredibly excited about the partnership and the future for the South Adelaide Netball Club.

"We are in a fast changing sporting environment where you need to be always looking for ways to gain a competitive edge."

"There is a such a great community feel about SANFL football clubs that deliver at a very high level of competitive football."

"The Club felt it can benefit greatly as the only southern-based Premier League netball club by aligning with South Adelaide Football Club to attract a new breed of members, players, supporters, and sponsors alike."

"The partnership presents so many opportunities including the potential for cross-training and enhanced player and coach development."

Both clubs are currently in talks with the state government and the City of Onkaparinga around the possibility of establishing a new home for the South Adelaide Panthers Netball Club at Flinders University Stadium. 

The South Adelaide Panthers Netball Club will hit the court for the first time in 2021. 

To stay up to date, make sure you follow the South Adelaide Panthers Netball Club on Facebook, instagram and website

The Panthers play their first Premier league match since the announcement at 6:50pm tonight. Catch all the action here

South Adelaide Football Club + South Adelaide Panthers Netball Club

 

 

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MRS Property Reserves Match Report Round 12: South @ West

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 14 September 2020
MRS Property Reserves Match Report Round 12: South @ West

MRS Property Reserves Match Report

South Adelaide vs West Adelaide
Round 12 - Hisense Stadium - 11/09/20

South Adelaide 4.2 7.7 13.11 19.13 127
West Adelaide 3.2 6.2 7.2 9.2 56

Goals: McCreery, McGree 3, Freitag, Bogle, Spicer, Potter 2, Biemans, Noble, Karpany, Douglass, Juckers
Best: Bogle, Biemans, Karpany, McGree, Spicer, Hoey
Injuries: Nill.

Friday night footy sees the South Adelaide Reserves defeat West Adelaide by 71 points at Hisense Stadium.

With the siren gone, Jake McCreery lined up for what was his third goal of the game but while this was the last kick of the match, the result itself had been determined much earlier as the scoreboard read 19.13 (127) to 9.2 (56) in favour of the Panthers.

But the Panthers second win in as many weeks did not start out as one-sided as it would eventually prove to be. That is because the two teams would continually trade blows during the opening half.

At one point during the first part of the second term, the Bloods came within just a kick of taking the lead but Mark Noble was able to burst through a pack and drill a goal to hand the visitors a handy buffer.

With a quartet of league experienced players all playing well, the Panthers headed into the main break with a promising 7.7 (49) to 6.2 (38) lead. 

These league experienced players would continue to shine during the third term, with Cameron McGree kicking two goals in roughly a minute, while Malcom Karpany and Anthony Biemans provided plenty of pressure around the stoppages.

Then midway through the quarter, Brad Potter showed some great forward pressure to chase down his opponent which allowed him to go back and further extend the lead for the Panthers. Then at the twentieth minute mark, Danny Juckers side stepped his opponent before kicking truly to join the growing list goalkickers.

Just a few minutes later, Phoenix Spicer intercepted a Bloods kick in from full back and went back and drilled it from forty-metres out to extend the lead to 13.11 (89) to 7.2 (44) at the final change.

Spicer continued to make his presence felt during the final term, this time with a clean pick up and pass to Aaron Douglass who kicked truly from just inside fifty-metre arc. Continuing to be provide plenty of chances up-forward, Spicer would once again set up a teammate, this time it was McGree with his third goal of the game.

Following this goal, Noble cleared it straight out of the centre before hitting up Damon Freitag, who finished it off nicely for his second goal of the match.

The earlier mentioned Noble would then combine with Spicer to get the ball deep into attack, and the ball would eventually fall into the hands of McCreery whose goal after the siren handed South Adelaide a dominant 19.13 (127) to 9.2 (56) win.

With the likes of Lee Hoey, and the eventual Best on Ground Luke Bogle playing well, the Panthers managed to score twelve second half goals to the Bloods three.

South Adelaide will now look to push their winning streak to three matches as they clash with Norwood at Flinders University Stadium on Saturday September 19, from 11:05am.

Are you #SouthProud in 2020?

 

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Under-18 Match Report Round 12: South vs West

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 14 September 2020
Under-18 Match Report Round 12: South vs West

Under-18 Match Report

South Adelaide vs West Adelaide
Round 12 - Flinders University Stadium - 12/09/20

South Adelaide 3.2 5.9 8.10 12.15  87
West Adelaide 4.0  5.2 7.3 10.4 64

Goals: Hoeck 3, Cockshell, Cook 2, Snelling, Brown, Clifton, Hamilton, Nye
Best: Mitton, Nye, Snelling, Hoeck, Copley, Birt

The South Adelaide Under-18s regain second spot following a 23-point victory over West Adelaide at Flinders University Stadium on Saturday.

The Panthers suffered throughout the match from their inaccuracy in front of goal which saw them kick seven goals and six behinds during the second half, but that proved to be enough to come out on top with a 12.15 (87) to 10.4 (64) win.

Impressive for the Panthers was Max Clifton who finished the match with a team-high 26 touches, while Dylan Brown collected a game-high of 11 tackles.

There was not much to separate the two sides during the opening term, but the Panthers early lead was cut short as the Bloods booted two unanswered goals to hand South Adelaide a narrow 3.2 (20) to 4.0 (24) deficit at the first change.

Liam Nye opened the scoring during the second term to hand the Panthers the lead, but this would be where their inaccuracy would begin to haunt the side. This is because the Panthers next six scoring shots would all be behinds with the next major not coming until Liam Hamilton kicked truly at the eighteenth minute mark.

This inaccuracy left the door open for the Bloods, but the Panthers still held a narrow 5.9 (39) to 5.2 (32) lead at halftime.

The third term would prove to be a lot more efficient for the boys in the blue and white as the side combined for three goals and one behind. But back to back goals by the Bloods would cut South's lead to 8.10 (58) to 7.3 (45) at the final change.

The Panthers looked as if they were home as Brayden Cook and Koby Cockshell both kicked goals within the first six minutes of thee final term. However, the inaccuracy would once again come into play as the Panthers next five scores would all be behinds.

But the Panthers were able to make amends in the closing minutes, as the side traded blows with the Bloods until the final siren signalled the hard-fought, 12.15 (87) to 10.4 (64) win.

The South Adelaide Under-18s now set their sights on Norwood and they will clash with the Redlegs at Coopers Stadium on Saturday September 19, from 11:00am. 

Are you #SouthProud in 2020?

 

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Betta Teams: Under-18 Round 14 - South Adelaide @ North Adelaide

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 24 September 2020
Betta Teams: Under-18 Round 14 - South Adelaide @ North Adelaide
The South Adelaide Under-18s remain on the road to close out the minor rounds with a crucial clash against the Roosters. After a extremely disa...
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Betta Teams: SANFL Round 14 - South Adelaide vs North Adelaide

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 24 September 2020
Betta Teams: SANFL Round 14 - South Adelaide vs North Adelaide
South Adelaide face the Roosters in a final tune up ahead of the finals.  Having dominated the Redlegs last week, the Panthers will l...
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MRS Property League Match Report Round 13: South vs Norwood

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 21 September 2020
MRS Property League Match Report Round 13: South vs Norwood
MRS Property League Match Report South Adelaide vs Norwood
Round 13 - Flinders University Stadium - 19/09/20 South Adel...
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SANFL LADDER

  • 1. WOODVILLE-WEST TORRENS

    22

  • 2. NORTH ADELAIDE

    20

  • 3. SOUTH ADELAIDE

    16

  • 4.GLENELG

    16

  • 5. NORWOOD

    12

  • 6. STURT

    10

  • 7. CENTRAL DISTRICT

    5

  • 8. WEST ADELAIDE

    3

2020 SOUTH ADELAIDE FIXTURE

  • SANFL Round 14

    South Adelaide vs North Adelaide
    Venue: Flinders University Stadium
    Date: Sunday, September 27
    Time: 2:15 pm
    Watch: Channel 7 or 7Plus


  • SANFL Semi Final 2

    South Adelaide vs Glenelg
    Venue: Adelaide Oval
    Date: Sunday, October 4
    Time: 12:15 pm
    Watch: Channel 7 or 7Plus


  • SANFL Preliminary Final 

    TBC vs TBC
    Venue: Adelaide Oval
    Date: Sunday, October 11
    Time: 3:15pm
    Watch: Channel 7 or 7Plus


 

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