Women's Match Report: Round 2 South vs Sturt

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 24 February 2020
Women's Match Report: Round 2 South vs Sturt

Little Black Bike + Daily Grind Skate Women's Match Report

South Adelaide vs Sturt
Round 2 - Flinders University Stadium - 21/02/20

South Adelaide 1.2 3.7  3.11  5.13  43
Sturt 1.3  1.3 1.3 1.3 9


Goals: Kirk 3, Haylock, Meyer
Best: Meyer, Barry, Kirk, Haylock, Buethke
Injuries: Gordon (Ankle)

A dominate second half display by South Adelaide saw them defeat Sturt by 34 points at Flinders University Stadium on a windy Friday night.

"It was another really promising game with us mostly controlling possession and the crucial stats," Senior Women's Head Coach Rick Watts said.

"Averaging eight inside 50s per quarter in both games, which will win us more games than we lose. We just lacked a bit of polish entering 50 and finishing in front of goal," he said.

After quarter time, the Panthers managed to hold the visitors scoreless for the remaining 51 minutes of the match to help set up the 5.13 (43) to 1.3 (9) victory.

From the first bounce, South Adelaide, who started against the wind, had several shots within the opening minutes but failed to convert.

It wasn't until Jess Kirk (three marks, three tackles) showed some great forward pressure and caught her opponent holding the ball, enabling her to go back and boot the first goal of the match.

However, unfortunately, the first quarter would also prove to be the costliest for the Panthers, with debutant Annabel Gordon going to ground with a suspected leg injury and she had to be stretchered off the ground.

"The only real downside of the night was the injury to debutant Annabel Gordon with a leg injury. Gordo had a great preseason and was playing really well before the injury. We all wish Annabel a speedy recovery," Rick Watts said.

Sturt would then go on to control the remaining few minutes of the opening quarter, but wayward kicking from both sides would see the score at quarter time at 1.2 (8) to 1.3 (9) in favour of the visitors.

Coming out after the first break, the Panthers struck fast as Elyse Haylock (18 disposals, five tackles) kicked truly after just two minutes of play to hand South the lead.

Just three minutes later, the Panthers forced a turnover which allowed Kirk to finish truly to get her second of the match.

Meanwhile, second gamer Sophia Flanagan-Sjoberg (13 disposals, two clearances) was busy running through the packs and, not too be outdone, Teah Charlton (24 disposals, five tackles) also got on a run which not only saw her handball to herself, but she also finished it off with a strong tackle.

But, despite controlling most of the play, the Panthers were unable to reflect it on the scoreboard, as South entered the main break with a 3.7 (25) to 1.3 (9) lead.

The third quarter would see much of the same as the second, with the Panthers in control for most of the quarter but failing to convert.

Kirk did take a strong grab but narrowly missed while debutant Tahlita Buethke (15 disposals, five tackles) also tried to set up one for the Panthers but to no avail. Buethke's stand out debut performance would see her go on to be named fifth best during the win.

Another stand out for the Panthers was second gamer Courtney Barry (20 disposals, ten tackles) who managed to collect a team high ten tackles during the game, which saw her get named as the runner-up best on ground for the match.

While another second gamer in the form of Layla Rogers (eight disposals) was also busy getting in amongst the action.

South Adelaide would head into the final break with a strong but inaccurate 3.11 (29) to 1.3 (9) lead.

Coming out after the final break, Talia Meyer (21 disposals, three tackles) continued where she had left off, as she ran through the centre and took the game on, before finishing it off with a goal.

The new Panther recruit would go on to receive The Panther Club best on ground award.

Meanwhile, the Panthers backline continued to stand strong, with Sam Pratt (three tackles) and Natalie Gibbs (nine disposals) both causing headaches for the opposition's forward line.

Elke Jarvis (three tackles) also stood up and took a strong contested mark midway through the final quarter.

Credit much be given to the entire backline, who denied Sturt a single score for the remaining three quarters.

However, the Panthers themselves wouldn't register a major until Montana McKinnon (15 disposals, 17 hit outs) would boot the ball forwards and allow Kirk to not only take a great grab but also follow up to boot her third goal of the match.

Just three minutes later, and the siren sounded to hand South the 5.13 (43) to 1.3 (9) victory.

South Adelaide now face rival Norwood at Flinders University Stadium on Saturday, February 29 from 6:45 pm, with that match being the last of a triple header at Noarlunga.

Show the Girls that your are #SouthProud in 2020! 

 

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Betta Teams: SANFLW Round 2 - South Adelaide vs Sturt

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 20 February 2020
Betta Teams: SANFLW Round 2 - South Adelaide vs Sturt

Friday Night Football Returns to Flinders University Stadium as the Panthers take on the Double Blues.

After just getting over the line against a much improved Eagles outfit last Friday night, the Panthers have confirmed three changes for tomorrow nights clash. 

Nicole MarkMadison Bennett and Kelli Nijhuis (who is unavailable due to a school retreat) make way for Annabel Gordon, Emogen Johnson, Tahlita Buethke, Brianna Wedding and 2019 Premiership Player Tamara Page.

The Panthers could have two debutantes in Gordon (Happy Valley) and Buethke (McLaren) who have been named in the extended squad, that will be cut by two before the bounce on Friday night.

Returning after a close to best on ground performance in Friday's win over the Eagles is Adelaide Crows number 1 draft pick Montana McKinnon.

Pending any injuries at Adelaide Crows training, McKinnon will be a starter for the Panthers. 

All the action gets underway from 6:30 PM tomorrow night at Flinders University Stadium where there are plenty of activities for the kids, with a jumping castle and Kids Eat Free on Friday and Saturday nights at Jimmy Deane's Bistro. 

What: Panthers vs Sturt
Where: Flinders University Stadium
When: Friday, February 21. 6:30 PM
Tickets: Free Entry! 
Watch: Live via SANFL Digital Pass Member's Only Pricing | Non-Member's Pricing

SANFLW Round 2 South Adelaide vs Sturt presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living

In: Gordon (3), Johnson (16), Page (20), Wedding (27), Buethke (45)

Out: Mark (Omitted), Bennett (Omitted), Nijhuis (School Retreat)

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Women's Match Report: Round 1 South vs Eagles

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 17 February 2020
Women's Match Report: Round 1 South vs Eagles

Little Black Bike + Daily Grind Skate Women's Match Report

South Adelaide vs Woodville-West Torrens
Round 1 - Flinders University Stadium - 14/02/20

South Adelaide 2.2 2.2  4.3  4.4  28
Eagles 1.0  3.2 3.2 3.6 24


Goals: Buchanan, Kirk, Nijhuis, Wilson
Best: Northcott, McKinnon, Meyer, Clifton, Wilson

South Adelaide holds off a greatly improved Eagles outfit by four points in a nail-biting opening round at Flinders University Stadium on Friday night.

"We were very pleased with the grit and resilience we showed last night. We had some really positive chains of possession and won most the crucial stats," South Head Coach Rick Watts said.

"Obviously there is a fair bit for us to work on, but we also need to give credit to Woodville-West Torrens who have improved dramatically and aren't far away from the elusive win," he said.

Trailing by a goal at halftime, the Panthers were able to regroup, and despite the Eagles having the wind in the final quarter, South were able to hold on to win 4.4 (28) to 3.6 (24).

While Lauren Buchanan (eight disposals) ended up sealing the win for the Panthers, thanks to a courageous bump in the dying seconds of the match, she also booted the first goal of the match during the first quarter.

Then two minutes after Buchanan's opening goal, Kelli Nijhuis (six disposals) on debut, kicked truly to get her first goal and hand the Panthers an early two goal lead.

However, from the first bounce it became obvious that this wasn't the same Eagles as last season, as they put massive pressure around the ball.

Both teams put together fast rebound plays through the middle, with Tahlia Meyer (nine disposals, two tackles) and Maddison Bennett (six disposals, four tackles) linking up well during the first quarter.

Meanwhile, the eventual Best on Ground for the Panthers, Lucy Northcott (three tackles), was showing her rugby skills down back.

But the Panthers failed to make the most of their chances with the wind during the first quarter, heading into the first break with a narrow 1.0 (6) to 2.2 (14) lead.

Coming out after the first break, both sides continued to apply massive pressure around the football, with both teams continuing to put together fast rebound attacks.

Despite the Panthers leading the clearance count at halftime, with 17 to 7, and both sides sitting equal with 12 inside 50s a piece, it was the Eagles who had most of the play during the second quarter.

Czenya Cavouras (20 disposals, 11 tackles) and Montana McKinnon (18 disposals, seven marks) continued to work hard through the middle, but the Eagles dangerous counter-attacks proved to be too much, as the Panthers headed into the main break facing a 2.2 (14) to 3.2 (20) deficit.

Shining on debut were two Panther pathway products, with Lauren Clifton (12 disposals, five inside 50s) and Callie Wilson (nine disposals, two marks) both playing well, and both making the best players list.

Coming out after the main break, the Panthers were not only trailing but the third quarter would also be the last chance they had of using the breeze.

And luckily they made the most of it, with Cavouras clearing it straight out of the centre, and despite the Eagles regaining possession, an interception by Sam Pratt (ten disposals, five tackles) not only stopped a potential Eagles counter attack but it also resulted in a goal by Jess Kirk (seven disposals, four tackles).

At the other end of the ground, the backline held firm with Northcott and Jaslynne Smith (15 disposals) both standing tall in what would be a scoreless quarter for the Eagles.

Another debutant for the Panthers also stepped up, with Layla Rogers (11 disposals, three tackles) getting into the thick of the action alongside fellow debutant Sophia Flanagan-Sjoberg (five disposals) who also showed some promising signs.

However, the highlight of the quarter and arguably the match came after 12 minutes of play, with Kirk stepping up to take the mark of the match.

Not to be out done however, McKinnon would also go on to take a huge grab just two minutes later, in what would prove to be a huge quarter for the Panthers as they entered the final break with a 4.3 (27) to 3.2 (20) lead.

The Panthers would have the ball in their forward half for most of the opening minutes during the final term, but despite having four shots on goal, they could only muster a behind.

This left the door open for a late comeback by the Eagles, who would go on to score four points in just five minutes, the last of which saw South's lead drop to just four points.

With just two minutes left, the Eagles had repeated inside 50s that put massive pressure on South's backline, however the Panthers were able to clear the ball from a stoppage, which then allowed Buchannan to deny the Eagles one last chance to attack thanks to her courageous bump.

South Adelaide managed to get the ball to just outside their forward 50 before the siren sounded to hand South the 4.4 (28) to 3.6 (24) lead.

The Panthers Premiership defence continues next week, as South face off against Sturt at Flinders University Stadium on Friday, February 21, from 6:30 pm.

Show the Girls that your are #SouthProud in 2020! 

 

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Betta Teams: SANFLW Round 1 - South Adelaide vs Woodville West-Torrens

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 13 February 2020
Betta Teams: SANFLW Round 1 - South Adelaide vs Woodville West-Torrens

South Adelaide's Premiership defence begins tomorrow night against the Eagles. 

The Panthers have named 11 debutantes in the side that will face the Eagles in tomorrow nights clash. 

Also included in the extended squad, that will be trimmed by two prior to the bounce, is Adelaide Crows number 1 draft pick Montana McKinnon

Pending any injuries at Adelaide Crows training, McKinnon will be a starter for the Panthers. 

2018 Premiership players in Nicole Mark and Lucy Northcott will player their first game since the 2018 title decider against Norwood. 

Mark returns after taking a year off due to pregnancy, while Northcott returns from a knee injury that kept her sidelined in 2019. 

Of the several inclusions, new recruit Tahlia Meyer will don the famous blue and white for the first time after trading in the red and blue from Norwood. 

There is also a vast range of local talent making their debut with the likes of Panther juniors in Annabel Gordon (Happy Valley), Lauren Clifton (Willunga) and Callie Wilson (Happy Valley).

The speedy pair of Sophia Flanagan-Sjoberg (Aldinga) and Layla Rogers (McLaren) will join Kelli Nijhuis (Happy Valley), Sheena Peters (Kenilworth) and Courtney Barry (Victor Harbor) as inclusions into the squad. 

Tomorrow nights clash is promising to be a great night of football, with the Panthers unfurling the 2019 SANFLW Premiership Flag at 6:15pm (approx.). 

There are also plenty of activities for the kids, with a jumping castle and Kids Eat Free on Friday and Saturday nights at Jimmy Deane's Bistro. 

Entry to tomorrow nights game will be via a gold coin donation and around the ground parking will be available for $5 per car, with all proceeds being donated to the Kangaroo Island Bushfire Relief Effort

What: Panthers vs Eagles
Where: Flinders University Stadium
When: Friday, Febuary 14. 6:30 PM
Tickets: Gold coin donation up entry with proceeds going to the KI bushfire relief effort 
Parking: Around the ground parking $5 per car with proceeds going to the KI bushfire relief effort 

SANFLW Round 1 South Adelaide vs Woodville West-Torrens presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living

In: Gordon (3), Northcott (12), Mark (15), Meyer (17), Flanagan-Sjoberg (28), Rogers (29), Nijhuis (30), Peters (37), Barry (39), Clifton (41), Wilson (46)

Out: Nil

Show the Girls that your are #SouthProud in 2020! 

 

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Little Black Bike + Daily Grind Skate Join the Winning Team.

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 7 February 2020
Little Black Bike + Daily Grind Skate Join the Winning Team.

South Adelaide Football Club is pleased to announce a new partnership with another flourishing South Australian business, Little Black Bike + Daily Grind Skate.

The partnership will see Little Black Bike + Daily Grind Skate, support the Panthers senior women's football program. 

Little Black Bike was born in 2008 as Adelaide's first and is still the only, rider owned and operated BMX store in South Australia.

With years of riding and industry experience, Little Black Bike provides a range premium BMX Bikes, BMX Parts, Accessories, Clothing and Shoes.

"We are very excited to partner with Little Black Bike + Daily Grind Skate and look forward to seeing their support continue into the future." said South Adelaide Chief Executive Officer, Neill Sharpe.

"Little Black Bike + Daily Grind Skate are another like-minded and proudly South Australian business, who will provide crucial support to enable us to run one of the best female football programs in the state."

"With out the support of Little Black Bike + Daily Grind Skate, and our other partners alike, the simple fact is that we would not be able to run a female football program at all."

With two locations  in the city and Glenelg, Little Black Bike + Daily Grind Skate provides a unique experience whether you're looking for BMX or skate gear, or a fantastic cup of coffee!

Show the Girls that your are #SouthProud in 2020! 

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Lauren Buchanan to lead Panthers again in 2020

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 3 February 2020
Lauren Buchanan to lead Panthers again in 2020

Dual South Adelaide premiership skipper Lauren Buchanan is set to lead the Panthers again in 2020.

Buchanan will lead the Panthers for the third consecutive year after being voted by her peers and coaches. 

"Lauren is an outstanding leader both on and off the field, and we're really excited to have her leading the team again in 2020" Said Senior Coach Rick Watts.

"Her nurturing approach to her leadership has really helped with developing our younger players through encouraging elite standards, work ethic and a willingness to learn and develop."

The 2014 Bay-Sheffield winner was co-captain with former Panther Kristi Harvey in 2018, and was the stand alone captain in 2019. 

2019 Vice Captain Elyse Haylock (Nee. Haussen) will also return as Buchanan's Vice-Captain, after another consistent year in the blue and white. 

"I feel honoured to be recognised as a leader within this young and talented playing group." Said Elyse Haylock

"We have developed a great culture over the last two years, and I'm excited to continue to develop this as it will be integral to our success in 2020"

2019 SAFCW Best and Fairest Czenya Cavouras will join other first-time leaders in Tiffany Copley, Teah Charlton and Sam Pratt

"It is an absolute honour to have the opportunity to play with, let alone be chosen to help lead, such an amazing playing group." Said Sam Pratt

"Regardless of the title, the other leaders and I have a passion to help develop our teammates both on and off the field."

When talking about the leadership make up, Watts touch on how it was important to have a under-18 player represented in the leadership group. 

"With such a young team, it was fantastic to see Teah Charlton selected to be a part of the leadership group."

"As a coaching group we felt that with such a young team, it would be great to have that segment represented"

"It's really exciting to see these players step up into a leadership position"

Watts also talked about the importance of members and supporters getting on board as a South Adelaide Member. 

"We have without a doubt the best supporters in the league, but it's also crucial that people get on board as a member"

"A South Adelaide Women's Membership not only shows your support for the Girls, but also ensures that the club can still support the program financially"

The 2020 SANFL StateWide Super Women's League season kicks off next Friday, February 14 at Flinders University Stadium against the Eagles

Entry to the game will be via a gold coin donation, with all proceeds being donated to the ongoing bush fire recovery effort. 

2020 SAFCW Leadership Group

Captain
Lauren Buchanan

Vice-Captain
Elyse Haussen

Leadership Group
Tiffany Copley
Czenya Cavouras
Teah Charlton
Samantha Pratt

Show the Girls that your are #SouthProud in 2020! 

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Women's Match Report: Trial 2 South vs Sturt

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 31 January 2020
Women's Match Report: Trial 2 South vs Sturt
 

Little Black Bike + Daily Grind Skate Women's Match Report

South Adelaide vs Sturt
Trial 2 - Flinders University Stadium - 30/01/20

South Adelaide 4.0 5.2  10.3  13.6  84
Sturt 2.0  3.0 3.0 4.0 24


Goals: Peters 4, Kirk 3, Meyer, Nijhuis 2, Haylock, Charlton
Best: N/A

More positive signs from the Panthers second trial match; as a much-improved performance saw South Adelaide defeat Sturt by ten goals on a toasty Thursday night at Flinders University Stadium.

A clear contrast from the previous week, the Panthers used quick ball movement and clean hands around the stoppages to help set up the 13.6 (84) to 4.0 (24) win.

The signs looked good early, with new South Adelaide recruit Sheena Peters (Kenilworth) kicking the first goal of the match.

And it would be another new recruit who would kick the Panthers second goal of the game, thanks to Talia Meyer (Norwood).

Meanwhile, Jaslynne Smith was standing strong down the other end, as she would go on to take three very strong marks in just the opening quarter.

McLaren product Layla Rogers and Panther junior Lauren Clifton were also busy around the stoppages.

But the Panthers still had their hands full, dealing with former Crow Georgia Bevan, who showed why she is still an AFLW prospect.

However, after 11 minutes of play, the Panthers would get their third goal of the game thanks to another new recruit in Kelli Nijhuis.

Nijhuis would go on to kick truly again in the dying stages of quarter, to send South into the first break with a 4.0 (24) to 2.0 (12) lead.

Coming out after the first break, it was Teah Charlton's turn to show her pace on the outside, while fellow Panther product, Indy Tahau was busy crashing the packs.

However, both teams would fail to capitalise on their chances; with Souths only goal for the quarter coming thanks to some great forward pressure by Meyer, who then followed up beautifully to send the Panthers into the main break with a 5.2 (32) to 3.0 (18) lead.

Just three minutes into the third quarter, Elyse Haylock booted South's sixth goal of the game in what was her first hit out for 2020.

With Czenya Cavouras and Meyer continuing to provide the Panthers with plenty of ball movement; South began to take control.

Just six minutes into the quarter and a spin around goal by Jess Kirk saw the Panthers equal the total amount of goals they had kicked the previous week, in just six minutes.

Then Peters followed with back to back goals in the next four minutes; before Kirk booted her second of the game late in the quarter.

Sturt looked as if they were going to get a late goal, but a super tackle by Sam Pratt prevented it and sent South into the final break with a 10.3 (63) to 3.0 (18) lead.

The Panthers opened the final term with back to back points; before Kirk's third shot in just three minutes found the goals.

Charlton then followed up with a beautiful kick to get her first of the game, before Peters kicked truly on the siren to get her fourth of the match, and to hand the Panthers the 13.6 (84) to 4.0 (24).

While it was just a trial, having the new recruits responsible for eight of the Panthers thirteen goals, is a very positive sign heading into the 2020 SANFL StateWide Super Women's League season.

South Adelaide will now enjoy a week off, before facing the Eagles in round one of the SANFLW season on Friday, February 14 at Flinders University Stadium, from 6:30 pm.

Show your support for the girls by purchasing a 2020 Panthers Women's Membership! 

Show the Girls that your are #SouthProud in 2020! 

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Betta Teams: SANFLW Trial 2 - South Adelaide vs Sturt

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 29 January 2020
Betta Teams: SANFLW Trial 2 - South Adelaide vs Sturt
 

South Adelaide's senior women face the Double Blues in their final hit out before the season proper. 

The Panthers have named a reduced squad to that that faced the Eagles in last Thursday nights trial. 

Having their first look in 2020 will be Elyse Haylock (nee. Haussen) who was unavailable last week due to her wedding. 

2018 Premiership Player Nicole Mark will also have her first hit out in the blue and white since returning from pregnancy. 

The game kicks off tomorrow night at Flinders University Stadium from 7pm.

Start time is subjected to change due to hot weather policy. 

What: Panthers vs Sturt
Where: Flinders University Stadium
When: Thursday, January 30. 7:00 PM start
Tickets: Free Entry

SANFLW Trial 2 South Adelaide vs Sturt presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living

Show the Girls that your are #SouthProud in 2020! 

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Women's Match Report: Trial 1 South vs Eagles

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 24 January 2020
Women's Match Report: Trial 1 South vs Eagles
 

Little Black Bike + Daily Grind Skate Women's Match Report

South Adelaide vs Eagles
Trial 1 - Flinders University Stadium - 24/01/20

South Adelaide 1.1  1.2  2.2  2.2  14
Eagles 1.1  2.1 4.3 5.4 34


Goals: Flanagan-Sjoberg, Rothwell
Best: N/A

South Adelaide showcased many new faces during their first trial game of the year against a much-improved Eagles outfit at Flinders University Stadium on Thursday night.

The Panthers, who named a squad of 35 for the game, used the opportunity to give as many players a run as possible.

And while the 2.2 (14) to 5.4 (34) result didn't go the way of the Panthers, there are many positives to take from their first hit out for the year.

For example, both of the Panthers goals were kicked by new recruits, with Aldinga's Sophia Flanagan-Sjoberg and Willunga's Kristen Rothwell both booting goals in the blue and white.

From the opening quarter, both Czenya Cavouras and Sam Pratt showed that they had not let their high standards slip over the off season.

Meanwhile, new additions in Layla Rogers (McLaren Vale) and Alana Baker (Flagstaff Hill) gave us a glimpse of what they are capable of in the upcoming season.

New recruit Tahlia Meyer puts the jets on. Image: Nick Hook Photography

But battling against the blistery conditions and a much-improved Eagles outfit from their winless season last year; the game broke down into a stalemate as both sides struggled to clear the ball from the stoppages.

However, as the game progressed, the Eagles began to put immense pressure on the Panthers backline with repeated forward entries.

Down back, Jaslynne Smith, Elke Jarvis and Natalie Gibbs were all able to show their composure; but the pressure caused by the repeated forwards entries from the Eagles proved to be too much.

With two goals coming from Kiana Lee, the Eagles began to take control.

At times South Adelaide's in-experience did show, as the anti-density rule cost the Panthers two goals during the game.

But the positives outweighed the negatives for South, with Katrice Turner (Willunga) playing well, while Tahlia Meyer (Norwood) showed that she will be a huge inclusion for the Panthers this year.

Likewise, the Panthers young players, spearheaded by Teah Charlton and Emogen Johnson, showed that they will be promising for the South Adelaide, not just this year but for years to come.

South Adelaide will now face Sturt in their second and final trial game at Flinders University Stadium on Thursday, February 30, at 7pm.

Show the Girls that your are #SouthProud in 2020! 

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T20 for KI - Final Total Raised

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 24 January 2020
T20 for KI - Final Total Raised

The South Adelaide Football Club and the Southern District Cricket Club have raised significant funds for KI. 

Across the fundraising efforts from both the Panthers and the Stingrays, which included Tuesday nights T20 match, $17,145 will be contributed to the Kangaroo Island Bushfire Relief efforts.

$15,045 will be given to the to the KI Mayor Relief Fund, with the Panthers to donate $2,100 to the Western District Sporting Club which was raised through the sale of 2019 Hooped Guernseys, sixes and dropped catches on the night. 

Australian and Redback cricketer Chadd Sayers sends one down the pitch on Tuesday night. Image: Nick Hook Photography. Full Gallery

"This is a really fantastic result from everyone involved and will certainly go a long way in helping the people and communities impacted by the fires" Said South Adelaide CEO Neill Sharpe. 

"We are really thankful for the local community for coming out an supporting the fundraising efforts." 

"Grant Lovelock and his team at the Southern District Cricket Club must also be acknowledged for their significant role that they played in helping bring all of this together."

Donations can be still be made to the Kangaroo Island Bushfire Relief fund and Western Districts Sports club below. 

Donate to the KI Mayoral Relief and Recovery Bushfire Fund

Donate to the Western Districts Sports Club

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SANFL LADDER

  • 1. NORTH ADELAIDE

    4

  • 2. GLENELG

    4

  • 3. WOODVILLE-WEST TORRENS

    2

  • 4.SOUTH ADELAIDE

    2

  • 5. STURT

    2

  • 6. CENTRAL DISTRICT

    1

  • 7. WEST ADELAIDE

    1

  • 8. NORWOOD

    0

2020 SOUTH ADELAIDE FIXTURE

  • SANFL Round 3

    South Adelaide @ Centrals
    Venue: X Convenience Oval
    Date: Saturday, July 11
    Time: 11:45 am
    Watch: Via Channel 7 or 7Plus


  • SANFLW Round 7

    South Adelaide @ West Adelaide
    Venue: Hisense Stadium
    Date: Saturday, July 11
    Time: 11:00 am
    Watch: Via SANFL Digital Pass


  • SANFL Round 4

    South Adelaide vs Sturt
    Venue: Flinders University Stadium
    Date: Saturday, July 18
    Time: 2:10 pm
    Watch: Via SANFL Digital Pass


 

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