League Match Report: Panthers overrun by the Redlegs

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 22 July 2019
League Match Report: Panthers overrun by the Redlegs
 

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South Adelaide @ Norwood
Round 14 - Coopers Stadium - 20/07/19

South Adelaide 3.6 4.7 6.12 7.16 58
Norwood 2.2 7.5 8.7 15.13 103


Goals: Cross, Fitt 2, Heaslip, Noble, Whittlesea
Best: Davis, Rose, Hoey, Summerton
Injuries: nil
Crowd: 1866

A costly second half saw the Panthers fall to a crushing 45-point defeat to Norwood at Coopers Stadium on Saturday.

The Panthers started strong, going into quarter time with a 3.6 (24) to 2.2 (14) lead.

However, South Adelaide managed just four more goals for the rest of the game while the home side kicked another 13 goals to hand the Panthers a 7.16 (58) to 15.13 (103) defeat.

Inaccuracy also didn't help the Panthers chances; finishing the game with a 30% scoring accuracy.

The first goal for the Panthers came through Thomas Whittlesea (nine disposals and five tackles) after just three minutes of play.

However, the Panthers wouldn't score another goal until Joel Cross (14 disposals, four tackles, and two clearances) kicked truly at the 23rd-minute mark.

Matt Rose was busy with 27 disposals, seven marks, and eight tackles while fellow defender Joe Haines continues his streak of good performances with 20 disposals, two marks, and eight rebound 50s.

Mark Noble (14 disposals and three clearances) would follow up not long after to give the panthers two quick goals to end the first quarter.

Coming out after the first break it was Ben Heaslip (18 disposals, six marks, and four tackles) who struck first.

However, Norwood would take control of the game with the next four goals to finish the quarter; sending the Panthers into the major break facing a 4.7 (31) to 7.5 (47) deficit.

South Adelaide's lack of a true ruckman showed; finishing the game with 27 hit-outs to Norwood's 54.

The Panthers managed to hold the home side to just one goal in the third; however, the Panthers inaccuracy meant they weren't able to make the most out of their momentum.

Cross managed to kick his second of the game at the seventh-minute mark and that would be the last goal for the visitors until Liam Fitt (11 disposals and five tackles) kicked truly at the eighteenth-minute mark.

Abe Davis continued his run of strong performances; finishing the match with 32 disposals, four marks, and five tackles as well as seven clearances.

Coming out after the final break and only trailing by seven points; things went drastically wrong for the Panthers as they managed just one goal through Fitt's second of the game, to Norwood's seven in the final term.

Norwood created many more chances than the visitors; finishing with 60 inside 50s to the Panthers 35.

Reece Milsom on debut finished with 11 disposals, two clearances and four tackles.

South Adelaide now sit sixth on the ladder game behind fifth spot but with greater percentage.

With the race for final spots becoming even tighter.

Be sure to get to Flinders University Stadium on Sunday to support the boys as they face bitter rival Port Adelaide on Sunday, July 28 from 2:10pm.

There is still time to show you're #SouthProud in 2019 with a Panthers 3 game Membership!

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Reserves Match Report: South fall to Redlegs

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 22 July 2019
Reserves Match Report: South fall to Redlegs
 

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South Adelaide @ Norwood
Round 14 - Coopers Stadium - 20/07/19

South Adelaide 2.9 4.9 7.10 9.11 65
Norwood 0.1 6.4 10.4 12.8 80


Goals: Wilkinson 4, Elmes 2, Kennedy, Badger, Kappler
Best: Sampson, Wilkinson, McKinnon Loneragan
Injuries: Nil

South Adelaide Reserves fought hard but were no match for the ladder leading Redlegs, going down by 15 points at Coopers Stadium on Saturday.

South Adelaide managed to hold the ladder leaders to just one point in the first quarter.

However, inaccurate kicking meant the Panthers weren't able to make the most of their chances; going into the first break with a 2.9 (21) to 0.1 (1) lead.

Norwood would go on to kick six goals to South's two in the second quarter to put the Panthers on the back foot.

South Adelaide fought hard to try and regain the lead, but Norwood kicked the first two goals of the final term to seal the 9.11 (65) to 12.8 (80) defeat.

The signs looked good early; as Eamon Wilkinson (14 disposals and five marks) kicked truly just three minutes into the match to give the Panthers their first of the day.

However, that would be the last goal by any side during the opening term until Brett Kennedy (10 disposals and six tackles) goaled in the dying seconds of the quarter.

Coming out after quarter-time; Robert Badger (11 disposals and three marks) goaled after just one minute of play.

However, it was not a sign of things to come; as Norwood quickly gained momentum and took control of the game with the next five goals.

Wilkinson was able to stop the run with his second goal of the game at the eighteenth-minute mark, but Norwood was able to reply before halftime; sending the Panthers into the main break with a 4.9 (33) to 6.4 (40) deficit.

Hayden Sampson had been busy around the ground; collecting 25 disposals, six marks, four tackles and four clearances.

Meanwhile, Jesse McKinnon was also impressive with 19 disposals, nine tackles, and six clearances.

Coming out after halftime; it was Norwood who struck first before Wilkinson could reply with his third of the game.

Norwood would have another run of three goals before Jackson Elmes (five disposals and three tackles) could get one back for the visitors.

Jaiden Kappler (18 disposals and four clearances) would kick his first of the day to send South into the final change with a 7.10 (52) to 10.4 (64) deficit.

Norwood managed to kick two goals in the first seven minutes of the quarter before the Panthers could reply with Elmes's second goal of the game and Wilkonson's fourth but it was not enough.

The South Adelaide Reserves now face Glenelg at ACH Group Stadium on Saturday, July 27 from 10:25 am.

There is still time to show you're #SouthProud in 2019 with a Panthers 3 game Membership!

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South Adelaide officially unveil mural celebrating its champions

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 19 July 2019
South Adelaide officially unveil mural celebrating its champions

South Adelaide Football Club is pleased to officially unveil its "Champions" Mural celebrating past and present players.

The project, believed to be the first of its kind for a South Australian football club, has been undertaken by local Southern aerosol artist Morris Green.

South Adelaide Chair Margaret Nyland AM officially launched the mural explaining the great sense of pride the Club feels in its creation.

"Morris Green has done an outstanding job in bringing to life this project which provides an historical timeline of the Club's champions through its 143-year history.

"There can be little debate about the players that adorn it, but I'm sure there will be some about those that don't. We do have more space however!"

Ms Nyland also noted the special historical link the mural has with broader social issues.

"In South Australia we're celebrating 125 years of Women's suffrage, but what I think people don't quite know is that the Premier of the Government which introduced Women's suffrage was Charles Kingston, a former South Adelaide President," said Nyland.

'So I think it's pretty fitting that our mural outside commemorates not only the long time South Adelaide has been involved with football, but the entry of Women into the football competition.

The Champions mural became a possibility following receipt of a Public Improvement Grant from the City of Onkaparinga and the support of club sponsor Onsite Hire.

South Adelaide CEO Neill Sharpe acknowledged their support was critical in bringing the project to life.

"The City of Onkaparinga provided the impetus to undertake the project and Onsite Hire's support gave us the ability to make it a reality."

The artist given the task of bringing the mural to life was southern aerosol artist and tattooist Morris Green.  

"It's defiantly one of a kind" said Green.

"It means a lot, because, one it's great exposure for me and great for the club as well, I think its going to have a massive impact."

In one of his largest works to date, Green said there was a few challenges of working on such a large project, one of which was working off old photos.

Iconic South Adelaide players included in the mural are Dan Moriarty (3 Magarey Medals, 1 Knuckey Cup), David Kantilla (1964 Premiership player, 2 Knuckey Cups), Jim Deane (2 Magarey Medals, 6 Knuckey Cups) and Peter Darley (1964 Premiership player, 7 Knuckey Cups).

More recent players include Dual Magarey Medalist Joel Cross and Dual premiership player, 5-time Knuckey Cup winner Nick Liddle and 2018 Women's Best and Fairest, Nikki Gore.

The mural is now on display at the South Adelaide Football Club and the members of the southern community are welcomed and encourage to drop in and see the result of Morris work.

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Betta Teams: Juniors - U18 Round 14

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 18 July 2019
Betta Teams: Juniors - U18 Round 14
 

South Adelaide's Under-18s head to the Bay to take on the Redlegs in a neutral ground battle on Sunday afternoon. 

Fresh off last weeks four point win over the ladder leading Eagles, the Panthers look to continue their recent winning form against the Redlegs. 

South Australian U16 MVP Jason Horne and fellow SA U16 state players Matthew Roberts and Arlo Draper are welcomed back to the side. 

Joining them is Ben Ryan and Hayden Kernahan who make up the squad of 25. 

The Under-18s kick things off at 1:15pm on Sunday afternoon at ACH Group Stadium (Glenelg). 

Junior teams presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living

Under-18s

What: South Adelaide vs Norwood
Where: ACH Group Stadium (Glenelg)
When: Sunday, July 21 - 1:15pm
Entry: Free

Number Name Local Club
2 Connor Sampson Myponga Sellicks FC
4 Max Clifton Flagstaff Hill FC
5 Wade Sweetman Encounter Bay FC
6 Talon Copley Reynella FC
7 Liam Nye Willunga FC
8 Tyler Oliver Goodwood FC
9 Jason Horne Christies Beach FC
10 Beau McCreery Cove FC
11 Matthew Roberts Langhorne Creek FC
13 Mitch Riddle Brighton FC
15 Liam Hamilton Happy Valley FC
16 Bradley Strapps Cove FC
18 Max Rogerson Noarlunga FC
20 Marcus Lippett Encounter Bay FC
21 Hayden Kernahan Cove FC
22 Zachary Dumesny Brighton FC
24 Aaron Douglass Willunga FC
30 Jayden Little Flagstaff Hill FC
31 Samuel Hindes Kangarilla FC
33 Arlo Draper Willunga FC
34 Lachlan Williams Encounter Bay FC
35 Nicholas Kraemer Reynella FC
37 Ben Ryan Happy Valley FC
39 Damon Freitag Wisanger FC
40 Daniel Sladojevic PHOS Camden FC


In: Horne, Roberts, Kernahan, Draper, Ryan

Out: BrownSpacie

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Betta Teams: SANFL Round 14 - South Adelaide @ Norwood

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 18 July 2019
Betta Teams: SANFL Round 14 - South Adelaide @ Norwood
 

South Adelaide name their 10th debutant ahead of Saturdays crucial clash against the Redlegs.

Sitting 5th on the ladder, the journey to the Parade on Saturday afternoon has become a four point game for the Panthers. 

Returning to the side is strong forward Liam Fitt who was sidelined due to a leg complaint.

Panther Talent Pathway product Reece Milsom (Flagstaff Hill, SFL) is set to make his league debut. 

Fellow Talent Pathway product Luke Bogle also comes into the extended 23 man squad, that will be cut to 21 before the bounce on Saturday. 

Unfortunately Nic Schwarz suffered a broken hand in last weeks loss to the Eagles and is expected to miss 3-4 weeks. 

All the action starts with the reserves at 11:30am, followed by league at 2:10pm.

What: SANFL Round 14 - South Adelaide @ Norwood
Where: Coopers Stadium (Norwood)
When: Saturday, July 20 - League 2:10pm; Reserves 11:30am
Tickets: Adult $14; Concession $8; Kids U18 free
Watch: SANFL Digital Pass

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

Changes

In: Bogle, Fitt, Milsom
Out: Schwarz (Hand)
New: Reece Milsom (Flagstaff Hill FC )
Milestones: Reece Milsom (debut)

Reserves

Badger, Baker, Beenham, Coleman, Colwell, Davies, Elmes, Emery, Juckers, Kappler, Kennedy, Lovering, McGree, McKinnon, Moffa, Snelling, Tucker, Whitbread, Wilkinson, Williams

In: Moffa, Whitbread
Out: Bogle (League), Fitt (League), Milsom (League), Beeche (Local - Happy Valley) 

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Junior Match Report: U18s get past ladder leading Eagles

Posted by Mark Clayton on 15 July 2019
Junior Match Report: U18s get past ladder leading Eagles

Orthopaedics SA Under-18s Match Report

South Adelaide @ Eagles
Round 13 - Maughan Thiem Kia Oval - 13/07/19

South Adelaide 3.0  6.4  6.7  8.12  60
West Adelaide 3.1  3.4 7.6 8.8 56


Goals: Sladojevic 3, Riddle, McCreery, Nye, Sampson, Dumesny
Best: Kraemer, Douglass, Freitag, Lippett, Copley, Sladojevic

South Adelaide Under-18s take the double over the ladder leading Eagles on Saturday morning. 

It's shaping up to be a big 8 weeks coming up as we are 2 games out of the top four, needing a win every week.

Playing Eagles at Woodville is usually hard at the best of times, but they lost last week and haven't lost two games in a row for a couple of years, so we were up against it.

Damon Freitag and Daniel Sladojevic returned from State under 18 duties to help bolster the side.

Jack Fitzgerald was ruled out with an ankle injury and Ben Ryan was unlucky to miss.

A late change saw Hayden Kernahan come out of the side due to sickness on Friday, which made way for small defender Dylan Brown.

We again lost the toss and kicked against the breeze for the first quarter.

The Eagles came out and kicked the first 2 goals of the quarter from our turnovers.

However, we managed to hit back, kicking the next three through Sladojevic, Liam Nye and Connor Sampson.

Eagles kicked another goal from our turnover, which saw us down by one point at the first break.

We were level in disposals despite having played the game in our front half.

Sladojevic marked and kicked his second a few minutes into the second quarter.

A few minutes later Zac Dumesny kicked his first to give us 12-point lead.

Midway through the quarter, Sladojevic kicked his second for the quarter and third for the game.

We looked in control and went into half time 18-points up. We knew the Eagles would come out strong with the wind, which is what they did. 

Two minutes in and the Eagles the kicked their first. By the mid point of the quarter, they had kicked four but had missed a couple of opportunities to get them back in the game.

We had a couple of late chances but couldn't convert, which saw them trailing by five at three quarter time.

The start of the fourth quarter saw us have the wind, but the Eagles had the momentum.

We needed to kick one early and did though Sam Hindes who kicked a deep ball inside 50 which saw Sladojevic make the contest, resulting in Beau McCreery snapping a goal to put us in front.

We then went on to miss three gettable chances which would have given us some breathing space, but it wasn't to be.

At the 20-minute mark, Mitch Riddle snapped a goal and it looked like we should get home.

With two and a half minutes on the clock, the Eagles kicked another to cut the margin to 6. 

We had possession which should have allowed us to slow the game, however, a few errors saw the Eagles gain possesion including a 25m penalty to give them a shot on the siren.

A goal would win the game for the Eagles.

We were lucky they missed, and we stay alive in the hunt for finals.

Round 14
South Adelaide vs Sturt
ACH Group Stadium - Sunday July 21 @ 1:15 pm

Mark Clayton
U18 Head Coach

There is still time to show you're #SouthProud in 2019 with a Panthers 3 game Membership!

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Reserves Match Report: Panthers fall to the Eagles

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 15 July 2019
Reserves Match Report: Panthers fall to the Eagles
 

MRS Property Reserves Match Report

South Adelaide vs Eagles
Round 13 - Flinders University Stadium - 13/07/19

South Adelaide 2.2 2.2 6.2 8.4 52
Eagles 0.3 8.10 9.12 12.13 85


Goals: Kennedy 3, Fitt, Wilkinson, Elmes, Emery, Tucker
Best: Kennedy, Milsom, Lovering
Injuries: Nil

A scoreless second quarter by the Panther Reserves saw them fall to a 33-point loss to the Eagles at Flinders University Stadium on Saturday.

South Adelaide kicked the first two goals of the game and went into the first break with a 2.2 (14) to 0.3 (3) lead.

However, the Panthers wouldn't score again until the third quarter, during which time the Eagles had kicked eight unanswered goals.

With the Panthers on the back foot, they tried to get back into the game and came close to doing so, with the first four goals of the third quarter.

South Adelaide managed to hold the Eagles to just four more goals after halftime, but the damage was already done, and the Panthers fell to 8.4 (52) to 12.13 (85) defeat.

The signs looked good early when Eamon Wilkinson kicked truly at the twenty-fourth-minute mark to give the Panthers a two-goal lead.

Meanwhile, Tate Coleman was busy around the ground, finishing with 25 disposals, four marks and six tackles as well as nine rebound 50s.

But the Eagles managed to kick six goals in just 11 minutes during the second quarter to give the Panthers a 2.2 (14) to 9.12 (66) deficit at halftime.

The Panthers first goal since the first quarter came when Kyle Emery goaled just four minutes into the third quarter.

The goal began a fightback by the Panthers, with South kicking the first four goals of the third before the Eagles replied with two of their own.

Souths defence held firm after halftime, despite the immense pressure as the Eagles collected 56 inside 50s to Souths 33.

South Adelaide did however manage 43 rebound 50s to the Eagles 25 with Tate Lovering gathering eight rebound 50s as well as 16 disposals and three marks.

Meanwhile, Luke Bogle collected 23 disposals, six tackles and two marks while Brett Kennedy finished with 18 disposals, four tackles and four marks as well as a team high three goals.

The Panthers fightback was stopped by the Eagles with back to back goals midway through the last quarter to set up the 8.4 (52) to 12.13 (85) result.

South Reserves will now face Norwood at Coopers Stadium on Saturday, July 20 from 11:30 am.

There is still time to show you're #SouthProud in 2019 with a Panthers 3 game Membership!

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League Match Report: Panthers edged out by the Eagles

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 15 July 2019
League Match Report: Panthers edged out by the Eagles
 

MRS Property League Match Report

South Adelaide vs Eagles
Round 13 - Flinders University Stadium -13/07/19

South Adelaide 3.4 6.7 10.8 13.11 89
Eagles 3.0 6.4 9.7 14.8 92


Goals: Overall, Cross, Liddle, Whittlesea 2, Sampson, Karpany, Noble, Davis, Biemans
Best: Davis, Cross, Summerton, Cailotto, Haines
Injuries: Schwarz (Hand)
Crowd: 1104

The Panthers suffer a heartbreaking three-point loss to the Eagles at Flinders University Stadium on Saturday.

South Adelaide led at every change but took too long to regroup after a late charge by the Eagles, falling to a bitter 13.11 (89) to 14.8 (92) loss.

Both sides struggled to gain a buffer over the other, with the first half of the game being a shoot out between the two teams.

The Panthers made the most of their momentum to increase their lead to 20-points late in the third quarter.

However, the Eagles would respond by kicking six of the next seven goals and would lead by 17 points mid-way through the final term.

Two goals in the dying stages of the match caused a frantic final few minutes for the Panthers, who couldn't get the match winner going down by three points.

Despite the loss, South Adelaide still hold onto a finals spot as they currently sit fifth on the ladder.

The first goal of the game came from the Eagles with Foote scoring at the fifth minute mark of the first quarter.

Anthony Biemans (eight disposals and five tackles) would reply with the Panthers first of the day just three minutes later.

Then at the twelfth minute the mark, the Eagles would respond again with a goal from Rowe before Thomas Whittlesea (eight disposals and three marks) would strike back just two minutes later.

The shoot out continued into the dying stages of the quarter, with Moore scoring for the Eagles at the twenty third minute mark and Mark Noble (17 disposals, four tackles and three clearances) replying shortly after to give the Panthers a 3.4 (22) to 3.0 (18) lead at the first break.

South Adelaide struck first in the second quarter, with Malcolm Karpany (13 disposals and seven tackles) kicking truly after just a minute into the quarter.

However, once again the Eagles would reply, and the shootout would continue.

Hayden Sampson (12 disposals, five tackles and two clearances) would kick his first of the game before Hall would reply for the visitors.

A great clearance followed up by a strong pack mark by Sam Overall (seven disposals, four marks and three tackles) saw South reply once again.

However, Rowe would kick his second of the game for the Eagles to send South into halftime with a narrow 6.7 (43) to 6.4 (40) lead.

Joe Haines continued his run of strong performances, finishing with 23 disposals, three tackles and ten rebound 50s.

Meanwhile, Ben Heaslip was also busy collecting 20 disposals, eight tackles and seven clearances.

Coming out after halftime, it was the Eagles who kicked the first goal before Nick Liddle (13 disposals, four tackles and four clearances) could reply back for the Panthers.

However, this time the Eagles didn't reply back, and South began to create a buffer over the Eagles.

Just one minute later, Overall kicked his second goal of the game and then Joel Cross (18 disposals, seven tackles, four marks and four clearances) kicked his first of the game as the Panthers began to take control.

Best on ground for the Panthers, Abe Davis (26 disposals, six marks and six clearances) kicked truly to give South Adelaide a 20-point margin.

However, the Eagles fought back, kicking two goals in five minutes to see South lead 10.8 (68) to 9.7 (61) at the last break.

The Eagles continued the fourth quarter with the same momentum, kicking four of the first five goals for the quarter with the only exception being Cross' second goal of the game.

Trailing by 17 points midway through the final quarter, the Panthers refused to roll over.

Liddle kicked his second of the game then Whittlesea goaled at the twenty-fifth-minute mark to cut the deficit to under a goal.

South Adelaide continually pushed for the last goal, booming the ball forwards at every chance.

However, most were marked by the Eagles and the time would run out for the Panthers.

South Adelaide now face Norwood in a crucial clash at Coopers Stadium on Saturday, July 20 from 2:10pm.

There is still time to show you're #SouthProud in 2019 with a Panthers 3 game Membership!

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Panthers TV: The Story behind - 2019 Indigenous Guernsey

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 12 July 2019
Panthers TV: The Story behind - 2019 Indigenous Guernsey

Ahead of tomorrows Indigenous Round clash with the Eagles, we took a minute with Allan Sumner who told us about the meaning behind our 'Nurlungga' Guernsey.

Special thanks to Flinders University for their support in making this happen! 

Make sure you get to the game to see it for yourself!

 

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Betta Teams: Juniors - U18 Round 13

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 11 July 2019
Betta Teams: Juniors - U18 Round 13
 

South Adelaide's Under-18s are back on the road in an important game against the Eagles as they look to stay in touch with the top 4.

Junior teams presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living

Under-18s

What: South Adelaide @ Woodville-West Torrens
Where: maughan thiem kia oval (Woodvile)
When: Saturday, July 13 - 11:00am
Entry: Free

Number Name Local Club
2 Connor Sampson Myponga Sellicks FC
3 Dylan Brown Happy Valley FC
4 Max Clifton Flagstaff Hill FC
5 Wade Sweetman Encounter Bay FC
6 Talon Copley Reynella FC
7 Liam Nye Willunga FC
8 Tyler Oliver Goodwood FC
10 Beau McCreery Cove FC
13 Mitch Riddle Brighton FC
15 Liam Hamilton Happy Valley FC
16 Bradley Strapps Cove FC
17 Harry Spacie Happy Valley FC
18 Max Rogerson Noarlunga FC
20 Marcus Lippett Encounter Bay FC
21 Hayden Kernahan Cove FC
22 Zachary Dumesny Brighton FC
24 Aaron Douglass Willunga FC
30 Jayden Little Flagstaff Hill FC
31 Samuel Hindes Kangarilla FC
34 Lachlan Williams Encounter Bay FC
35 Nicholas Kraemer Reynella FC
37 Ben Ryan Happy Valley FC
39 Damon Freitag Wisanger FC
40 Daniel Sladojevic PHOS Camden FC

 

In: Damon Freitag, Daniel Sladojevic

Out: Jack Fitzgerald

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Junior Match Report: Panthers take down the Dogs!

Posted by Mark Clayton on 26 August 2019
Junior Match Report: Panthers take down the Dogs!
Max a tax-deductible donations to the South Adelaide Junior Development Fund Orthopaedics SA Under-18s Match Report South Adelaide @ Cent...
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Betta Teams: Juniors - U18 Round 18

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 22 August 2019
Betta Teams: Juniors - U18 Round 18
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  South Adelaide Under-18s travel to the Ponderos...
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Betta Teams: SANFL Round 18 - South Adelaide vs Adelaide

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 22 August 2019
Betta Teams: SANFL Round 18 - South Adelaide vs Adelaide
Max a tax deductible donations to the South Adelaide Junior Development Fund South Adelaide name two inclusions to the 23-man squad fo...
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SANFL LADDER

  • 1. GLENELG

    28

  • 2. PORT ADELAIDE

    26

  • 3. ADELAIDE

    23

  • 4. STURT

    22

  • 5. NORWOOD

    22

  • 6. SOUTH ADELAIDE

    20

  • 7. WOODVILLE-WEST TORRENS

    16

  • 8. CENTRALS

    10

  • 9. NORTH ADELAIDE

    5

  • 10. WEST ADELAIDE

    4

2019 SOUTH ADELAIDE UNDER-18 FIXTURE

  • UNDER-18 GRAND FINAL

    South Adelaide vs Woodville-West Torrens
    Venue: Adelaide Oval
    Date: Sunday, September 15
    Time: 12:10 pm


  • SANFLW Round 1 2020

    South Adelaide vs TBC
    Venue: TBC
    Date: TBC
    Time: TBC


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