League Match Report: Panthers outclassed by the Magpies

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 29 July 2019
League Match Report: Panthers outclassed by the Magpies
 

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South Adelaide vs Port Adelaide
Round 15 - Flinders University Stadium - 28/07/19

South Adelaide 2.2 5.4 6.5 10.11 71
Port Adelaide 2.2 6.5 14.7 15.9 99


Goals: Davis 3, Cross, Heaslip, Overall, Karpany, Biemans, Whittlesea, Milsom
Best: Karpany, Rose, Cross, Crabb, Haines, Milsom
Injuries: Nil

South Adelaide were no match for the AFL laden Magpies; with a costly third quarter seeing the Panthers fall to a 28-point loss at Flinders University Stadium on Sunday.

The Panthers kept in contention for the first half; going into halftime with a slight 5.4 (34) to 6.5 (41) deficit.

However, Port Adelaide booted eight goals to the Panthers one during the third quarter to set up the 10.11 (71) to 15.9 (99) defeat.

The signs didn't look good early as the Magpies kicked the first two goals of the match.

However, the Panthers were able to steady thanks to a goal by Sam Overall (eight disposals, three tackles and four marks).

Not long later, Thomas Whittlesea (11 disposals, four tackles and three marks) kicked truly to send the Panthers into the first break tied at 2.2 (14) each.

Just three minutes into the second quarter; the Panthers kept the momentum going with a goal by Ben Heaslip (15 disposals, four tackles and five inside 50s).

But once again; Port Adelaide were able to kick back to back goals to stop the Panthers from creating any buffer over the visitors.

Reece Milson kicked his first senior SANFL goal midway through the quarter. Milson would go on to finish the match with 17 disposals, four marks and two clearances in a strong performance.

Port Adelaide would reply just two minutes later before Malcolm Karpany (22 disposals, four marks and seven clearances) could kick his first of the game.

Matt Rose was impressive during his 150th game; collecting 30 disposals, seven marks and nine tackles.

Motlop would kick his second goal of the game for Port Adelaide to send the Panthers into halftime with a narrow seven-point deficit.

Port Adelaide would continue with the same momentum in the third quarter; kicking three unanswered goals in the first six minutes of play.

Tyson Brown (19 disposals, three marks and four rebound 50s) and Joseph Haines (18 disposals, six marks and eight rebound 50s) were impressive down back and against quality opposition.

Joel Cross (24 disposals, seven marks and six inside 50s) managed to stem the flow with a goal midway through the quarter.

However, the Panthers would struggle to contain Port's AFL listed players as the Magpies went on to kick five unanswered goals to finish the quarter.

Motlop opened the fourth quarter with his fourth goal of the game; however, the Panthers refused to roll over.

Abe Davis (19 disposals, five marks and two clearances) opened his account with his first goal of the game. He would go on to kick another two straight goals late in the quarter.

On the back of Davis's three goals; Anthony Biemans (nine disposals, four tackles and two marks) kicked his first of the game but it was too late with the Panthers falling to a 10.11 (71) to 15.9 (99) defeat.

South Adelaide now face Central Districts at X Convenience Oval (Elizabeth) on Saturday, August 3 from 1:10pm.

 
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Reserves Match Report: South surge past the Tigers

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 29 July 2019
Reserves Match Report: South surge past the Tigers
 

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South Adelaide @ Glenelg
Round 15 - ACH Group Stadium - 27/07/19

South Adelaide 1.5 2.7 6.14 12.15 87
Glenelg 2.1 7.2 7.3 8.4 52


Goals: Bogle 3, Wilkinson, Emery 2, Fitzgerald, Sampson, Coleman, Juckers, Beeche
Best: Sampson, Bogle, Colwell, Loneragan, Coleman, Tucker
Injuries: Nil

A tale of two halves saw the South Adelaide Reserves mount an outstanding comeback to beat Glenelg by 35 points at ACH Group Stadium on Saturday.

Things weren't going to plan with the Panthers heading into halftime facing a 2.7 (19) to 7.2 (44) deficit.

However, the Panthers would hold Glenelg to just one more goal for the rest of the match while they managed to boot ten goals of their own to come out on top with a 12.15 (87) to 8.4 (52) victory.

South Adelaide kicked the first goal of the game after just one minute of play thanks to Hayden Sampson (34 disposals, four marks and eight inside 50s).

But this would be the last goal for the Panthers until Eamon Wilkinson (12 disposals, four tackles and four marks) kicked truly at the eighteenth minute mark of the second quarter.

During this time Glenelg had managed to kick five goals and would go on to kick another two goals before halftime.

Coming out after halftime; the Panthers needed to do plenty of work and fast.

Luke Bogle (21 disposals, seven tackles and four clearances) answered the call and kicked the first goal of the quarter after just fifty seconds of play.

Joel Beech (six disposals ad four inside 50s) would follow up just two minutes later with his first goal of the game.

Bogle would kick his second goal the game to give the Panthers three quick goals in just the first five minutes.

A goal midway through the quarter by 2018 U18 Best and Fairest Danny Juckers (15 disposals and four tackles) sent the Panthers into the final break with a 6.14 (50) to 7.3 (45) lead.

Despite holding a slight lead; the Panthers had to do plenty of work in the final quarter to ensure their victory.

Bogle kicked his third goal of the game after just one minute of play then Tate Coleman (20 disposals, seven marks and five inside 50s) followed with his first of the match.

Just one minute later; Kyle Emery (14 disposals and six clearances) booted his first of the day.

Jack Fitzgerald (eight disposals and two marks) became Souths eighth goal kicker of the game with his first.

Wilkinson and Emery would both go on to kick their second goals of the game before Glenelg managed to kick their first since the twenty-fifth-minute mark of the second quarter.

But by then it was all over and the Panthers came out on top with a 12.15 (87) to 8.4 (52) win.

South Adelaide Reserves now sit just two games out of the top five and will now face Central Districts at X Convenience Oval (Elizabeth) on Saturday, August 3 from 10:30am.

 
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Panthers TV: Matt Rose - 150 Games

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 27 July 2019
Panthers TV: Matt Rose - 150 Games

As Matt Rose prepares game 150, we caught up with some of the people who have been apart of his footy journey! Congrats Rosey!

South Adelaide Co-Captain Matt Rose notches up his 150th league match on Sunday against the Magpies.

 

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Betta Teams: Juniors - U18 Round 15

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 25 July 2019
Betta Teams: Juniors - U18 Round 15
 

South Adelaide's Under-18s return to Flinders University Stadium to face the Tigers on Sunday Morning.

After a monster performance against the Redlegs last week, the Under-18s will look to continue on in the winners column to stay in touch with the top four.  

The Panthers will be without Zachary Dumesny, Marcus Lippett, and Matthew Roberts due to college football. 

Coming into the squad is Lachlan WilliamsIsaac BirtMatthew Reed, and Shannon Jones. 

Brayden Cook and Tom Barrett are set to make their Under 18's debut. 

The Under-18s kick off a big day of Football at Flinders University Stadium on Sunday at 11:30am before the South vs Port League match. 

Junior teams presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living

Under-18s

What: South Adelaide vs Glenelg
Where: Flinders University Stadium (Noarlunga)
When: Sunday, July 28 - 11:30 am
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 Isaac Birt Strathalbyn FC
12 Tom Barrett Happy Valley FC
13 Mitch Riddle Brighton FC
14 Bayden Cook Happy Valley FC
15 Liam Hamilton Happy Valley FC
16 Shannon Jones Langhorne Creek FC
21 Hayden Kernahan Cove 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
36 Matthew Reed Flagstaff Hill FC
37 Ben Ryan Happy Valley FC
39 Damon Freitag Wisanger FC
40 Daniel Sladojevic PHOS Camden FC


In: Barrett, Birt, Cook, Jones, Reed, Williams

Out: Dumesny (College), Lippett (College), Roberts (College)

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Betta Teams: SANFL Round 15 - South Adelaide vs Port Adelaide

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 25 July 2019
Betta Teams: SANFL Round 15 - South Adelaide vs Port Adelaide
 

South Adelaide look for a strong performance against the AFL powered Magpies on Sunday afternoon. 

Entering Round 15 just one game outside the five, the Panthers are desprate to put in a strong showing against the Magpies to keep the hope of September action alive. 

Cam McGree, Hayden Sampson, and Jessie McKinnon have all been recalled into the extended squad of 23, that will be reduced to 21 by the first bounce on Sunday arfternoon. 

South Adelaide Co-Captain Matt Rose is set for his 150th SANFL Statewide Super League match, which also happens to be his 100th match for South Adelaide. 

The South Adelaide Reserves make the journey to ACH Group Stadium on Saturday at 10:15 am to take on the Tigers. 

The crucial day of footy gets underway with the Under-18s at 11:30am before the league side at 2:10pm.

What: SANFL Round 15 - South Adelaide vs Port Adelaide
Where: Flinders University Stadium (Noarlunga)
When: Sunday, July 28 - League 2:10pm; Under-18s 11:30am
Tickets: Purchase Online Adult $14; Concession $8; Kids U18 free
Watch: SANFL Digital Pass

South Adelaide Round 15 SANFL teams presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living

Changes

In: McKinnon, Sampson, McGree
Out: Bogle (Omitted)
New: N/A
Milestones: Matt Rose, 150th League match.

Reserves

Badger, Baker, Beeche, Bogle, Coleman, Colwell, Davies, Elmes, Emery, Illingworth, Juckers, Kappler, Kennedy, Loneragan, Lovering, Moffa, Snelling, Tucker, Whitbread, Wilkinson, Williams

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

In:  Beeche, Bogle, Illingworth, Williams (U18/Encounter Bay), 
Out: McGree (League), Beenham

 

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150 up for Matt Rose

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 24 July 2019
150 up for Matt Rose

South Adelaide Co-Captain Matt Rose notches up his 150th league match on Sunday against the Magpies.

Largs Bay native Matt Rose will line up for his 150th SANFL StateWide Super League match on Sunday, which is fittingly against his old side in Port Adelaide. 

Having made his debut in Round 2, 2010 for the Magpies, Rose went on to play 50 League matches over 4 seasons.

Crossing over to the Panthers at the start of the 2014 season due to the Magpies/Power merger, Rose has bloomed to become an integral part of the South Adelaide backline.  

Rose slotted in from the get-go by claiming the Mark Rawlins Memorial Trophy (Runner-Up Best & Fairest) in 2015. 

His consistency continued by being named the Best In Finals for his part in the 2016 campaign, off the back of a stand out year where he averaged 24 disposals a game, a career-high.

However, perhaps the greatest honour was when Rose was named Co-Captain with Joel Cross for 2019. 

Since joining the Panthers, Rose's leadership was evident by being a part of the leadership group in his second season, followed by being named Vice-Captain for the next three years. 

At the back end of his 6th season at Noarlunga, the 27-year-old is enjoying another consistent year across the half-back line, averaging 22 disposals a game.

Congratulations Rosey on 150 outstanding games. Here is to many more to come!

Get down to Flinders University Stadium on Sunday to help celebrate Rosey's 150th! 

Rose takes a big mark in the latter stages of the match against Glenelg at Flinders University Stadium. Image: Nick Hook Photography 

Matt Rose

  • 99 games for South Adelaide
  • 50 games for Port Adelaide 
  • 44 goals
  • Mark Rawlins Memorial Trophy, Runner-Up Best & Fairest (2015)
  • Best In Finals (2016)
  • Third Best & Fairest (2017)
  • SANFL State Team Selection (2018, 2019)
  • SANFL State Team Vice-Captain (2019)
  • South Adelaide Co-Captain (2019)
  • South Adelaide Vice Captain (2016, 2017, 2018)
  • Frank Barry Medalist (2019)

Rosey chats with SANFL Radio about his 150th league game

 
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Junior Match Report: U18s take down the Redlegs

Posted by Mark Clayton on 23 July 2019
Junior Match Report: U18s take down the Redlegs

Orthopaedics SA Under-18s Match Report

South Adelaide vs Norwood
Round 14 - ACH Group Stadium - 21/07/19

South Adelaide 3.0  8.2  10.7  18.12  120
Norwood 2.3  3.3 4.3 4.4 28


Goals: McCreery 6, Sladojevic 4, Kraemer 3, Freitag, Roberts 2, Riddle
Best: Freitag, Kraemer, Douglass, Clifton, Horne, Sladojevic

South Adelaide Under-18s make a big statement by getting past the Redlegs on Sunday morning. 

Only 4 games to go in the season and we currently sit one game out of the finals, still needing to win every week from here on in.

Playing Norwood at Glenelg, we expected it to be a hard match up on a neutral ground, which is closer to the size of the parade than the size of Flinders University Stadium.

We had three very good ins for us this week with Jason Horne, Arlo Draper and Matthew Roberts back from State under 16 duties. Matthew Roberts made his debut in the Under 18s, Hayden Kernahan and Ben Ryan also came into the side.

We were confident the team was good enough, but we would need to stick to the way we wanted to play for four quarters.

In the typical trend, we again lost the toss and went against the breeze for the first quarter, but within a minute, we had kicked the first goal from our first inside 50 when Roberts handballed out to the running Mitch Riddle who finished.

Norwood kicked the next two before we got two late ones, Horne intercepted a Norwood switch and unselfishly passed to Nick Kraemer who kicked his first.

Not long later Kraemer kicked his second from a forward stoppage to give us a three-point lead at the first change.

The first quarter was very congested with 25 stoppages, now in the second quarter we had the wind we wanted to open the game up and it worked.

We played most of the game in our front half having 12 more inside 50s for the quarter and kicked 5 goals with Beau McCreery kicking two and singles to Daniel Sladojevic and Damon Freitag while Kraemer kicked his third.

This put us 29-points up at half time and in control of the game.

The third quarter is where we have fallen apart at times this year, so we had a big focus on sticking to our plan.

We had one structure breakdown which resulted in a goal, but for the most part we defended very well and were able to score in offence.

We managed to kick two goals for the quarter with McCreery kicking his third and Freitag marking and kicking his second late, but we missed other opportunities which would have put the game out of reach.

Heading into the last quarter we had a focus on finishing the game off, we wanted to win all four quarters, something we have not been able to do much this year.

Sladojevic started to mark the ball and covert kicking 3 for the quarter to give him four for the game.

McCreery continued to look dangerous both in the air and at ground level, who also kicked three for the quarter to give him a total of six. First gamer Matthew Roberts got some reward for his efforts kicking two for the quarter.

This gave us an eight-goal quarter, one of our best for the year, largely generated from how well we defended.

This was as good as I have seen the boys play and it should give them some confidence going into another must win game against the bays this week at home.

Round 15
South Adelaide vs Glenelg
Flinders University Stadium - Sunday July 28 @ 11:30 am

Mark Clayton
U18 Head Coach

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Panthers TV: Cardijn College Junior Player of the Week - Beau McCreery

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 23 July 2019
Panthers TV: Cardijn College Junior Player of the Week - Beau McCreery

Cardijn College Junior Player of the Week - Beau McCreery

It was hand full plus one for Beau McCreery who kicked 6 to earn this weeks Cardijn College Junior Player of the week!

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Panthers TV: U18 MVP Round 14 - Damon Freitag

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 23 July 2019
Panthers TV: U18 MVP Round 14 - Damon Freitag

U18 MVP Round 14 - Damon Freitag

Congratulations to the kid from KI, Damon Freitag on being named the Round 14 SANFL U18s MVP! 

 

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League Match Report: Panthers overrun by the Redlegs

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

MRS Property League Match Report

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.

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2020 SOUTH ADELAIDE FIXTURE

  • SANFLW Round 1

    South Adelaide vs Eagles
    Venue: Flinders University Stadium (Noarlunga)
    Date: Friday, Feb 14
    Time: 6:30pm


  • SANFLW Round 2

    South Adelaide vs Sturt
    Venue: Flinders University Stadium (Noarlunga)
    Date: Friday, Feb 21
    Time: 6:30pm


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    South Adelaide vs Norwood
    Venue: Flinders University Stadium (Noarlunga)
    Date: Saturday, Feb 29
    Time: 6:45pm


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