PanthersTV: South Adelaide vs Central District Highlights | Round 1, 2019 | SANFL

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 1 April 2019
PanthersTV: South Adelaide vs Central District Highlights | Round 1, 2019 | SANFL
 
South Adelaide vs Central District Highlights | Round 1, 2019 | SANFL
 

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PanthersTV: South Adelaide vs Central District Highlights | Round 6, 2019 | SANFLW

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 1 April 2019
PanthersTV: South Adelaide vs Central District Highlights | Round 6, 2019 | SANFLW
 
South Adelaide vs Central District Highlights | Round 6, 2019 | SANFLW
 

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Women's Match Report: Fast finish propels South past Central District

Posted by Matt Sampson on 1 April 2019
Women's Match Report: Fast finish propels South past Central District
 

SAFCW Match Report

South Adelaide vs Central District
Round 6 - Flinders University Stadium - 30/03/19

South Adelaide 1.0 1.1 4.5 9.7 61
Central District 1.2 1.3 1.3 1.3 9


Goals: Walker-Murphy 4, Goding, Charlton, Campbell, Kirk, Munyard
Best: Tahau, Hammond, Wright, Charlton, Johnson, Campbell
Injuries: Brockhurst (knee)

South Adelaide's senior women shrugged off a sluggish start to register a comfortable win over Central District at Flinders University Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

The Panthers dominated proceedings, but took until the second half to put away a 9.7 (61) to 1.3 (9) victory against the competition new comers.

Despite enjoying the lion's share of possession (273 - 166) and overwhelming time in their forward half (44 - 12) South struggled to put a score on the board in the first half.

Danielle Goding got the home side off the mark with a strong mark and conversion early in the piece, but it would be the Panthers only major score of the first half.

Centrals even managed to take a lead into the first two changes after being gifted a shot on goal thanks to a 150m penalty paid for an anti-density infringement.

Likewise, it would be the only goal the Bulldogs could manage in the first half and in fact for the entire match.

Their ineffectiveness in front of goal aside, South put together some nice passages of play that just lacked the polish to punish their opponents on the scoreboard.

Young forward Indy Tahau continued to impress with her relentless attack on the footy and strong hands in the air, clunking seven marks and pumping nine inside 50s into attack on her way to a best on ground performance.

As the Panthers dominant possession you could throw a blanket over a number of solid performers that helped turn the tide in the second half.

Cheyenne Hammond (20 touches and five tackles) and Sarah Wright (17 possessions) were solid helping lock the ball in South's forward half, while Emogen Johnson (17 touches) and Nicole Campbell (20 disposals, seven tackles and a goal) were lively through the middle of the ground.

Teah Charlton was again impressive with 22 disposals, eight tackles and a goal in another well rounded performance.

The only sour note of the match came in the form of a knee injury to young defender Emily Brockhurst, who was stretchered from the field after awkwardly twisting her knee in front of the scoreboard.

 

 

South looked a different side after the major break and the goals began to flow quickly as the game opened up.

Jess Kirk broke the stalemate after some strong aerial work from Montana McKinnon and quick hands from Ely Haussen to release her for a running shot on goal.

From this point on the Panthers were well on top, with Mykala Walker-Murphy and Hannah Munyard pouncing on two Bulldogs mistakes.

Walker-Murphy added the first of her four goals as she scooped up a Centrals fumble on the last line of defence, before Munyard marked unopposed from a Madison Bennett kick following a Bulldogs kick in missing the mark and dribbling out of bounds last touch.

All in all South turned for home with a 20-point lead.

Campbell got the last quarter off to a fast start as she was released to kick on goal in space within two minutes of the restart.

A three goal surge from Walker-Murphy pushed the result beyond doubt.

The first soccered on the goal line, the second an opportunistic snap and the third also booted off the deck after some quick follow up work from a dropped lead mark.

Last week's Advertiser Player of the Week, Charlton iced the game with a neat chip shot right at the siren.

The result holds South Adelaide firmly in second place on the ladder, just a win back from the undefeated Norwood.

Round 7 action sees the Panthers face Glenelg in the first of two consecutive meetings at ACH Group Stadium (Glenelg) this Friday evening, with action getting under way from 5.15pm.

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Injury Report: Round 1

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 1 April 2019
Injury Report: Round 1
Player Name Injury Estimated Return
Tom Neville Hip Test
Jesse Moffa Thumb 1 week
Anthony Biemans Hamstring 1-2 weeks
Eamon Wilkinson Knee 6 weeks
Luke Bogle Wrist 6-8 weeks
Tate Coleman Lower Back Indefinite
Tyler Davies Knee Indefinite


*Indicates injured last match

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Junior Match Report: U16s hold on for hard-fought win over Bulldogs

Posted by Clay Sampson on 1 April 2019
Junior Match Report: U16s hold on for hard-fought win over Bulldogs
 

Under-16s Match Report

South Adelaide vs Central District
Round 4 - Prospect Oval - 30/03/19

South Adelaide 5.2 6.3 9.7 10.7 67
Central District 1.2 5.5 5.7 7.10 52


Goals: Bradley 4, Hicks 2, Morton, Rogers, Verrall, Draper
Best: Draper, Bradley, Horne, Magor, Brown, Hicks

South Adelaide's Under-16s have held strong to record a two-goal win over Central District at Prospect Oval on Saturday afternoon.

After falling to the Eagles after the siren the week before it was always going to be interesting to see how the group responded.

In trying conditions we ventured to North Adelaide to take on Central District at a neutral ground. They were coming in losing all three previous games and were hungry for a win.

To the players credit we got off to a good start and controlled the quarter kicking with a 3-4 breeze, our pressure was high and we forced Centrals into making mistakes.

Our ball movement and control was excellent. We also managed to hurt the opposition on the scoreboard kicking five goals to one.

In the second we dropped our intensity, lost our way and allowed the opposition some easy entries inside 50 and in doing so we allowed some easy goals and let them back into the game.

At the main break we lead by four points.

It was going to be an important third quarter, kicking with the breeze. Once again we showed great composure and control and moved the ball well to kick 3.4 to just two behinds.

Heading into the last quarter and kicking into the breeze it was going to be important we did not go too defensive and we had to be able to kick goals.

Fortunately, we were able to slot one against the wind and only allow Centrals to kick 2.3.

The boys showed great character to bounce back from the disappointment of last week. Now we tackle Glenelg in what will be another great challenge.

Clay Sampson
U16 Head Coach

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Junior Match Report: U18s enjoy comfortable win over Bulldogs

Posted by Mark Clayton on 1 April 2019
Junior Match Report: U18s enjoy comfortable win over Bulldogs
 

Under-18s Match Report

South Adelaide vs Central District
Round 1 - Prospect Oval - 30/03/19

South Adelaide 4.1 11.3 14.5 22.6 138
Central District 2.2 2.3 4.6 4.7 31


Goals: McCreery 6. Sampson, Hindes 4, Riddle, Hamilton, Grimley 2, Clifton, Nye
Best: Lippett, McCreery, Kraemer, Clifton, Hamilton, Coulthard

South Adelaide's Under-18s are top of the ladder after our first win this weekend, an outstanding 107-point win over Central District in Round 1.

In average conditions this week, we travelled to neutral ground at Prospect Oval to play Central District.

We have a new-look team this year with eight players playing their first game for South in the Under-18 competition.

Going into the wind in the first quarter we had a good start, kicking the first two goals.

We did let Centrals back into the game with some mistakes, but finished the quarter strongly with Sam Hindes and Liam Hamilton kicking their first goal for us.

After holding an 11-point lead at the first change we started the second well going with the wind.

We Kicked our first for the quarter 38 seconds in from another first gamer Beau McCreery, who ended with three for the quarter.

Connor Sampson also kicked two for the quarter, but it was the impressive work from our mids Marcus Lippett, Nick Kraemer, Max Clifton and our backs Aaron Douglass and Zac Dumesny that kept the ball in our front half that was good to watch.

We restricted Centrals to one point and went into the main break with a 54-point lead.   

I think we dominated our third quarter with most of it being played in our front half, but it didn't show on the scoreboard as we only kicked three goals and Centrals kicked two of their own.

We won the quarter by five points with Matthew Coulthard on the wing and Lachlan Williams in the ruck starting to show some good signs.

We came out strong in the last quarter. It was the best I have seen these boys play.

We Kicked 8.1 the Bulldogs solitary behind.

McCreery kicked another three goals in the quarter to make it six for the game with another five players kicking goals.

We again kept the ball in our front half, but the most impressive thing was our tackling, which had not been that great over the trial period.

It was a great effort to win by 107 points and the players should be proud of the way they presented themselves in the first game of the year.

There is a long way to go and the challenge will be to continue to show up to every game with the same mindset and effort.

This week we travel down the road to the Bay to play Glenelg, who won their first game against Norwood over the weekend.

Round 2
South Adelaide vs Glenelg
ACH Group Stadium (Glenelg) - Saturday 6th of April at 2.40pm

Mark Clayton
Talent Manager

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League Match Report: Panthers storm home against Bulldogs

Posted by Matt Sampson on 1 April 2019
League Match Report: Panthers storm home against Bulldogs
 

League Match Report

South Adelaide vs Central District
Round 1 - Flinders University Stadium - 30/03/19

South Adelaide 4.4 5.3 8.5 16.6 102
Central District 1.2 1.4 5.6 6.7 43


Goals: Cross 3, Schwarz, Whittlesea, Noble 2, Cailotto, Liddle, Davis, Brown, Fitt, Heaslip, Overall
Best: Cross, Brown, Liddle, Knoll, Whittlesea, Haren
Injuries: nil
Crowd: 1770

A final term blitz and Joel Cross masterclass have gotten the Panthers off to a 59-point winning start to the 2019 SANFL Statewide Super League season.

South lead by just five points midway through the third term, but would kick nine of the games last 10 goals to register a comfortable 16.6 (102) to 6.7 (43) win at Flinders University Stadium.

Joel Cross was simply outstanding for the home side, gathering a game-high 37 disposals and 12 clearances, while adding three goals for good measure (two of those coming during that final term goal spree).

The Panthers co-captain marshalled a midfield that worked tirelessly all afternoon to provide their forwards greater opportunity to score, as South blasted the ball into attack 60 times to the Dogs 29.

Reigning best and fairest Nick Liddle (26 touches, five clearances and a goal) was his usual classy self, while the new man in the middle, ruckman Michael Knoll also put in an impressive debut performance with seven marks and 23 hit outs.

South were dealt a blow before a ball was even bounced, as gun recruit Malcolm Karpany withdrew from the side to be with his partner and newborn son, who arrived at 4:30am on Saturday morning. However, this opened the door for Panthers junior product Darnell Tucker (Happy Valley - SFL) to make his League debut.

Despite this, the Panthers still opened the game the more lively of the two sides.

Sam Overall opened the scoring in his 50th League game after taking a strong contested mark 40m out from goal.

South had another shortly after through another accurate set shot. This time through Tom Whittlesea, who put in a strong all around performance, working hard up the ground for his 19 touches and slotting two goals for the afternoon.

Centrals replied through Murray Stephenson, but after arguably the goal of the day from Cross, who shook a tackle and curled home a checkside snap from the playground pocket, and Nic Schwarz first goal in his comeback game South took a three goal margin into the first change.

The second term was a dour affair, with Liam Fitt providing the only major score in a short quarter. As the teams headed to the sheds the Panthers held onto a 23-point buffer.

Credit to Roy Laird's men, Central District lifted their work rate in the third and were the better side for the quarter.

The Dogs kicked four of the first five goals and once big Fraser Fort sent one through the sticks at the Northern end South's lead had been cut to just five points.

However, the home side hardened their resolve and wrestled their way back on top late in the term.

A clever tap on from Overall released Abe Davis into an open goal square before Whittlesea restored a three goal buffer with his second of the match.

The work of Ben Haren around the ground should also not go unmentioned. The former Magpie showcased his versatility throughout the game playing across all three lines and working hard to cover the expanses at Noarlunga.

The game truly opened up for South in the final term.

Tyson Brown put some icing on an impressive defensive performance against the dangerous Troy Menzel by kicking the first goal of the fourth quarter.

Cross and Mark Noble added two a piece, which could have been three to the skipper if not for a generous handball over the top to the hard running Noble.

Although the highlight of the goal spree came through Alex Cailotto, who playing forward turned his opponent inside out and showed some toe beyond his usual sturdy presence in defence to run into an open goal.

A second to Schwarz and Ben Heaslip's first capped off a remarkable strong finish from South and provided enough of a percentage boost to see the Panthers sitting top of the ladder come the close of the round.

South now make the never easy trip to Alberton to face Port Adelaide this Saturday, April 6 from 2:10pm.

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Reserves Match Report: Panthers overrun in final term

Posted by Matt Sampson on 1 April 2019
Reserves Match Report: Panthers overrun in final term
 

Reserves Match Report

South Adelaide vs Central District
Round 1 - Flinders University Stadium - 30/03/19

South Adelaide 3.0 5.1 8.7 8.9 57
Central District 4.2 8.4 9.4 14.7 91


Goals: McGree 3, Sladojevic, Freitag 2, Emery
Best: McKinnon, Emery, Baker, McGree, Freitag

A fourth quarter blitz from Central District condemned South Adelaide's Reserves to a 34-point defeat at Flinders University Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

The Panthers did well to claw back a 21-point deficit at halftime to trail by less than a kick as the sides turned for home.

However, the Bulldogs kicked five unanswered goals in the final term to had South an 8.9 (57) to 14.7 (91) defeat.

New recruit Kyle Emery, who was lively with 15 touches and 11 marks for the day, got the hosts off to a perfect start, kicking the opening goal of the season within three minutes.

Sadly it would prove to be South's only lead for the game, as Central District kicked four of the next six goals to lead by eight at the first break.

South's two additional majors for the term came from emerging ruckman Cameron McGree (three goals and 14 hit outs), who has formed a strong partnership at the stoppages with Kangaroo Island product Damon Freitag (two goals) throughout the Panthers trial game phase.

The second term also belonged to the Bulldogs, as they doubled the hosts score for the term.

South did manage two goals through Under-18 Daniel Sladojevic, but faced a 21-point margin as they headed to the rooms.

After the break, the momentum began to shift the Panthers way.

Jesse McKinnon firmed his case for South Adelaide's best afield, as he marched his way to 23 touches, six clearances and six tackles.

Meanwhile, Aiden Baker and his backline held firmer against each wave of Bulldogs attacks.

Inaccuracy would prove to be South's biggest enemy. They registered six behinds before slotting three goals to bring themselves within a kick.

South almost nudged their noses in front, but Lee Hoey'running shot on goal missed the mark moments before the three quarter time siren. 

Despite the Panthers charge in the third, the momentum would swing back the Bulldogs way as they kicked away (5.3 to 0.2) to seal a win away from home.

This weekend the Reserves battle Glenelg at ACH Group Stadium from 10am, Saturday, April 6.

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Vale Paul Martin

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 1 April 2019
Vale Paul Martin

The South Adelaide Football Club is saddened to learn of the passing of former player Paul Martin over the weekend.

Born in England, Paul was recruited to South Adelaide from the Christies Beach Football Club in 1980 as a 15 year old to play U17's.

The following year he captained the Under 19's at 16 years of age, while also playing 15 reserves games and representing the state in the 1981 Teal Cup.

Paul held a lot of admiration for Barrie Robran for his sportsmanship and Robin White as a player . "His attacks on the ball are phenomenal," he once said in a Footy Budget interview.

He went on to play 109 league games between 1982 and 1986 as a wingman under coaches Haydn Bunton, Graham Cornes and Rick Davies.

He won the David Kantilla Memorial Trophy (Best First Year Player) in 1982, and the following year was selected in the Advertiser Team of the Year.

The thoughts of South Adelaide are with Paul's family, friends, teammates and those that fondly remember his time on the playing field.

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Betta Teams: Reserves Round 4 - South Adelaide vs Norwood

Posted by Matt Sampson on 17 April 2019
Betta Teams: Reserves Round 4 - South Adelaide vs Norwood
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Betta Teams: Juniors - South Adelaide @ Norwood

Posted by Matt Sampson on 16 April 2019
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Injury Report: Round 3

Posted by Matt Sampson on 16 April 2019
Injury Report: Round 3
Player Name Injury Estimated Return Nic Schwarz* Wrist Test ...
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SANFL LADDER

  • NORWOOD

    8

  • SOUTH ADELAIDE

    6

  • GLENELG

    5

  • ADELAIDE

    5

  • PORT ADELAIDE

    4

  • CENTRAL DISTRICT

    4

  • WOODVILLE-WEST TORRENS

    2

  • STURT

    2

  • WEST ADELAIDE

    2

  • NORTH ADELAIDE

    -2


SANFLW LADDER

  • NORWOOD

    16

  • SOUTH ADELAIDE

    14

  • NORTH ADELAIDE

    12

  • WEST ADELAIDE

    12

  • GLENELG

    10

  • STURT

    4

  • CENTRAL DISTRICT

    4

  • WOODVILLE-WEST TORRENS

    0


2019 SOUTH ADELAIDE FIXTURE

  • SANFL Round 5

    Sturt vs South Adelaide
    Venue: Peter Motley Oval
    Date: Sunday, April 28
    Time: 2:10pm


  • SANFL Round 6

    South Adelaide vs West Adelaide
    Venue: Flinders University Stadium (Noarlunga)
    Date: Saturday, May 4
    Time: 1:10pm


  • SANFLW Round 10

    South Adelaide vs West Adelaide
    Venue: Flinders University Stadium (Noarlunga)
    Date: Saturday, May 4
    Time: 3:45pm


  • SANFL Round 7

    North Adelaide vs South Adelaide
    Venue: Prospect Oval
    Date: Saturday, May 18
    Time: 2:10pm


  • SANFL Round 8

    Woodville-West Torrens vs South Adelaide
    Venue: Maughan Thiem Kia Oval (Woodville)
    Date: Saturday, June 1
    Time: 2:40pm


 

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