Panthers TV: Round 19 Highlights - South Adelaide vs Norwood

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 27 August 2018
Panthers TV: Round 19 Highlights - South Adelaide vs Norwood

South Adelaide snapped Norwood's 13-game winning streak with a gutsy win over the Redlegs at Hickinbotham Oval on Sunday afternoon.

See the match recap below. Click here for the full match report thanks to MRS Property!

 
 

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Junior Girls Match Reports: Round 1 - South Adelaide vs Norwood

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 27 August 2018
Junior Girls Match Reports: Round 1 - South Adelaide vs Norwood

Junior Girls Match Report

Under 15s
South Adelaide vs Norwood
Round 1 - Coopers Stadium - 26/08/18

South Adelaide 3.4 4.6 6.7 7.7 49
Norwood 0.0 1.1 1.3 2.5 17


Goals: Lauren Clifton, Kiahni Russell 2, Ella Radbone, Gabrielle Von Janta Lip, Layla Woods
Best: Bridie Nye, Teliya Hetaraka, Ella Radbone, Gypsy Schirmer, Jorja Hooper, Kiahni Russell

Junior Girls Match Report

Under 17s
South Adelaide vs Norwood
Round 1 - Coopers Stadium - 26/08/18

South Adelaide 1.2 4.4 6.8 8.8 56
Norwood 0.0 0.0 1.1 2.3 15


Goals: Indy Tahou 3, Mykala Walker, Teah Charlton, Emogen Johnson, Chelsea Howe, Charlyse Quinn
Best: Indy Tahou, Hannah Munyard, Taylah Levy, Emogen Johnson, Teah Charlton, Brina Thompson

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League Match Report - Round 19 - South Adelaide vs Norwood

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 27 August 2018
League Match Report - Round 19 - South Adelaide vs Norwood

League Match Report

South Adelaide vs Norwood
Round 19 - Hickinbotham Oval - 25/08/18

South Adelaide 4.2 8.7 14.8 16.11 107
Norwood 4.1 6.4 10.6 12.9 81


Goals: Haren 4, Szust, Rankine, Fitt 2, Heaslip, Davis, Overall, Brooksby, Fields, Kreuger
Best: Davis, Haines, Brooksby, Cailotto, Haren, Fields
Injuries: Brown (concussion)
Crowd: 1928

South Adelaide snapped Norwood's 13-game winning streak with a gutsy win over the Redlegs at Hickinbotham Oval on Sunday afternoon.

The win did come at a cost as running defender Tyson Brown was taken to hospital after a sickening head clash in the third quarter.

There were scary scenes in Noarlunga as Brown was left laying motionless in the scoreboard pocket after putting his head over the football and copping a high shoulder as Norwood's Will Abbott also put his body on the line.

Play was delayed for nearly 30 minutes as an ambulance was called to the scene, as the third term clocked up an astounding 57 minutes and 59 seconds.

Thankfully, Brown was cleared of any structural damage and released from hospital later Sunday evening.

Brown's teammates put in an impressively determined effort once play restarted.

Norwood twice closed within a single kick, but South responded in inspired fashion as a three goal term to Ben Haren broke the game open and established a 26-point margin at the final break in play.

The Redlegs would get within three goals in the final term, but steely set shots to Tom Fields and Nathan Kreuger would put the icing on a confidence boosting win. 

Abe Davis was the Panthers prime mover, gathering a game-high 34 touches and driving the ball into attack nine times.

Dashing defender Joseph Haines (28 touches and six rebound 50s) and Keegan Brooksby (28 hit-outs and a goal) were also influential in defence and the ruck respectively.

The contest was somewhat of a dead rubber in terms of ladder position, with Norwood having already secured the minor premiership and South unable to jump higher than fourth and a place in the Elimination Final next weekend.

However, it is a win that should fill the Panthers with confidence heading into September as Jarrad Wright's men now head into finals with at least one win over each other finals combatant.

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As the weather blessed those in attendance with an unfamiliar pleasant day, both sides revelled in the sunny conditions and engaged in somewhat of a shootout in the first term.

Ben Heaslip opened the scoring as he capitalised on a Norwood error at halfback, before big Luke Surman clunked two strong marks and finished for the Redlegs at the other end.

Liam Fitt and Cody Szust dribbled in fantastic goals from opposite pockets at the Northern End and a booming snapped goal from Davis gave his side a one point advantage at the first change.

While both sides were scoring freely, Alex Cailotto stood tall in defence for South, claiming 10 marks in defence and cutting off many Redleg attacks.

The Panthers worked increased their advantage in the second, with Sam Overall playing on from a free kick to get on the board in his return to League level.

Meanwhile, Szust notched his second, Matt Rankine showed some toe to get on the board and Haren kicked his first after a deft pass from Nick Liddle.

Brown's injury occurred only two minutes after the restart and it took some time for the Panthers to settle once play began again.

Goals to the dangerous Simon Phillips and Mitch Grigg brought the margin back to just two points.

However, South soon got their groove back and Haren stood tall with three goals for the term, including two in two minutes to close the quarter and push the lead to a game-high 32.

The Panthers again held their composure in the final term to keep the often free scoring Redlegs at bay and secure an impressive victory.

South now turn their attention to the Elimination Final against North Adelaide this Sunday, September 2. First bounce is at 12:15pm.

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Reserves Match Report - Round 19 - South Adelaide vs Norwood

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 27 August 2018
Reserves Match Report - Round 19 - South Adelaide vs Norwood

Reserves Match Report

South Adelaide vs Norwood
Round 19 - Hickinbotham Oval - 25/08/18

South Adelaide 2.1 2.6 5.8 7.12 54
Norwood 4.2 7.4 12.9 16.10 106


Goals: Elmes 3, Moyle, Sampson, McKinnon, Neville
Best: Sampson, Elmes, Hunter, Fairlie, Hoey, McGree
Injuries: 

South Adelaide's Reserves season has come to an end after a 7.12 (54) to 16.10 (106) loss to Norwood at Hickinbotham Oval on Sunday afternoon.

The Panthers were outclassed by a Redlegs outfit that showed why they sit atop the Reserves standings heading into finals.

The sides broke even in several key indicators, with South actually winning the hit out and clearances battle. But it was the clean ball movement and pressure from the Redlegs that would be the Panthers undoing.

Only 13 points separated the sides at the first change, but an 8.7 to 3.7 stretch in the middle quarters (including a goalless Panthers quarter in the second) would put the result beyond doubt.

Young gun Hayden Sampson played an excellent game, racking up 21 touches and getting the ball into his forwards six times while also slotting a goal himself.

Of those Panthers fowards, Jackson Elmes was the most dangerous on the ground, kicking a bag of three which could have been even greater if not for some inacuracy in front of the sticks.

Adam Hunter (34 touches and seven clearances) responded well to his return to the Reserves, while Connor Fairlie (36 possessions) continued to acumulate the footy at Reserves level.

The Panthers backline did perform admirably under considerable pressure at times. Lee Hoey continued his improvement over the course of the season with another impressive performance, ably assisted by Aiden Baker and Ben Millman.

Meanwhile, young ruckman Cam McGree had a good showing around the stoppages with 25 hit outs and six tackles.

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Under 18s Report: Round 18 - South Adelaide vs Eagles

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 27 August 2018
Under 18s Report: Round 18 - South Adelaide vs Eagles

Under-18s Match Report

South Adelaide vs Eagles
Round 18 - Maughan Thiem Hyundai Oval - 25/08/18

South Adelaide 4.0 5.2 7.5 10.10 70
Eagles 2.2 9.4 11.8 14.10 94


Goals: Sladojevic 3, Freitag, Dumesny 2, Marshman, Coleman, Spicer
Best: Sladojevic, Juckers, Clifton, Tarca, Wade, Colwell

Our Under-18s closed out the minor rounds with a 10.10 (70) to 14.10 (94) loss against the Eagles on Saturday afternoon.

This week we played the Eagles In our last minor round game for the year.

The Eagles had locked in top spot and we had secured second, so it was a dead rubber of sorts.

That said, we still wanted to have a good performance to get some confidence going into the first week of finals.

We started well and two of our big forwards, Daniel Sladojevic and Damon Freitag kicked two goals each. Most of the stats were even and we went into the first change ten points up feeling good about the day.

The second quarter was a disaster, or at least the first 12 minutes were.

The Eagles kicked seven goals before we really touched the ball. They are a good side and came out firing, which we should have expected, but it seemed like we were in shock.

The second half of the quarter the stats were even. We were able to kick a goal late to go in at halftime 26 points down.

After halftime we made some positional changes with Jake Tarca going into the midfield, which made an impact.

Our tackle pressure increased and we started to get more of the ball. The rest of the stats were even, but we didn't make up any ground on the scoreboard going into the last change 26 points down.

In the last quarter we challenged the players to see who would stand up and got a response from Billy Wade, Luke Bogle and Tate Coleman. We managed to kick 3.5 and if we had kicked straight may have been in with a chance, but it wasn't to be.

This week highlighted that we need to be able to play a full four quarters against the good teams or we will fall short. This is something we will have to address next week as we start our finals campaign.

Our first finals contest will be a rematch with the Eagles back at Maughan Thiem Hyundai Oval. First bounce is 1.15pm, Saturday September 1.

Mark Clayton
U18s Coach

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Betta Teams: Under-18s Round 18 - South Adelaide vs Eagles

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 23 August 2018
Betta Teams: Under-18s Round 18 - South Adelaide vs Eagles

Round Details

What: South Adelaide vs Woodville-West Torrens
Where: Maughan Thiem Hyundai Oval
When: 11:00am Saturday, August 25
Entry: Free 

Under 18s

1 Billy Wade
3 Joel Beeche
4 Max Clifton
5 Phoenix Spicer
6 Jake Tarca
7 Tyler Davies
8 Mitchell Riddle
9 Job Colwell
10 Luke Bogle
12 Jake Spinks
14 Tate Coleman
15 Jack Fitzgerald
16 Jonty Manuel
19 Harry Spacie
21 Danny Juckers
22 Zachary Dumesny
23 Reece Milsom
24 Aaron Douglass
25 Ronan Wood
26 Tate Lovering
27 Boyd Austin
35 Nicholas Kraemer
36 Damon Freitag
39 Bailey Marshman
40 Daniel Sladojevic

In: Davies, Riddle, Fitzgerald, Dumesny
Out: Horne, Jones, Short, Grimley

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Betta Teams: Round 19 - South Adelaide vs Norwood

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 23 August 2018
Betta Teams: Round 19 - South Adelaide vs Norwood

Panthers recall firepower to close minor rounds

South Adelaide have recalled some experienced firepower to bolster their line up against Norwood on Sunday afternoon.

Strong marking forward Sam Overall makes a welcome return to full forward in the Panthers attack after a prolonged absence.

Overall earns his recall after two strong showings in the Reserves after missing 13 weeks with a broken foot suffered against Central District in Round 6.

Big bodied midfielder Ben Heaslip has also earned a call up from the Reserves, named in the pivot after one game in the seconds.

Experienced head Tarak Redigolo is a chance to bolster the Panthers backline after being named on an extended bench with fellow inclusions Jaidan Kappler and Coby Helyar.

Ruckman Alex Aurrichio and on-baller Adam Hunter have been sent back to the Reserves, while tough nut Anthony Biemans will miss with a calf complaint.

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South's Reserves will be playing for their spot in the Finals, as Under-18 Tate Lovering gets another crack at senior footy in an otherwise stable line up.

The Panthers will need to secure the points against Norwood and hope Eagles beat Central District and Glenelg beat Sturt to sneak into the top five.

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Round Details

What: SANFL Round 19 - South Adelaide vs Norwood
Where: Hickinbotham Oval
When: Sunday, August 26 - Reserves 11:30am; League 2:10pm
Entry: $14 adult, $8 concession, Free Under 18s
Watch: Live on the South Adelaide Digital Pass

League

In: Overall, Heaslip, Redigolo, Helyar, Kappler
Out: Biemans (calf), Aurrichio (omitted), Hunter (omitted)
New:
Milestones: 

Reserves

Aurrichio, Baker, Carter, Elmes, Fairlie, Gurney, Hall, Hoey, Hunter, Illingworth, Irra, Lovering, McGree, McKinnon, Millman, Moyle, Neville, Sampson, Steele, Taylor, Telfer, Tyllis

In: Aurrichio, Hunter, Lovering
Out: Helyar (League), Overall (League), Redigolo (League), Snelling (omitted)
EMG: 

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2018 Match-worn Retro Round Guernseys available for purchase!

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 21 August 2018
2018 Match-worn Retro Round Guernseys available for purchase!

This is your chance to grab an authentic match worn 2018 South Adelaide Retro Round Guernsey!

The guernseys were worn during the Panthers gutsy win over the Eagles in Retro Round, August 18th 2018 that secured their return to Finals action!

The jumper features a retro SA monogram emblazoned proudly across the chest and the return of the old Panther head logo.

Fashioned on the iconic strips worn by the likes of club legends such as games record holder Stuart Palmer, four-time Knuckey Cup winner David Kappler and Magarey Medallist Mark Naley amongst many others, it is sure to conjure many fond memories throughout the Panthers faithful. 

Guernseys up for auction

1.   Keegan Brooksby
3.   Tom Fields
4.   Joe Haines
5.   Anthony Biemans
6.   Brad Crabb
8.   Matt Rose
9.   Nick Liddle
10. Abe Davis
16. Nathan Kreuger
28. Alex Aurrichio

Guernseys available for 'Buy it Now'

2. Cody Szust
11. Ben Haren
13. Mark Noble
22. Jake Summerton
23. Adam Hunter
24. Matt Rankine
31. Liam Fitt
34. Tyson Brown
36. Tom Whittlesea
39. Alex Cailotto
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2018 U16 and Development Squads Presentation Night Award Winners

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 21 August 2018
2018 U16 and Development Squads Presentation Night Award Winners

MVP Material: Zachary Dumesny was named the 2018 South Adelaide Football Club Under-16 MVP.

On Monday evening South Adelaide's finest young talent congregated in the Peter Darley Room for the Club's annual Under-16 and Development Squads presentations night.

On the night, the Panthers celebrated the conclusion of the 2018 Development Squad Program and Under-16 Centre of Excellence season.

Young forward Zachary Dumesny was named the 2018 Under-16 MVP, closely followed by Langhorne Creek's Matthew Roberts and Nicholas Kraemer from Reynella.

Fellow Langhorne Creek product Shannon Jones was selected by his coaches as the Flinders University U16 Most Improved Player.

Meanwhile, Jack Delean (U13s - Reynella), Jaiden Magor (U14s - Myponga/Sellicks), Jason Horne (U15 Metro - Christies Beach) and Arlo Draper (U15 Country - Willunga) were also handed the Best Player Award for their respective Development Squad age groups.

The Club also unveiled the Flinders University Development Squad Team of the Year, which recognises the most outstanding players from each Development Squad age group - the full team can be seen below.

Congratulations to all players who completed the 2018 South Adelaide Development Squad program. 

Please see below for a full list of award winners.

Under-16 Winners

  • Under-16 MVP - Zachary Dumesny (Brighton)
  • Under-16 Runner-Up MVP - Matthew Roberts (Langhorne Creek)
  • Under-16 Third-Place MVP - Nicholas Kraemer (Reynella)
  • Flinders University U16 Most Improved Player - Shannon Jones (Langhorne Creek)

Under-16 Top 8 Voting

  1. Zachary Dumesny (Brighton)
  2. Matthew Roberts (Langhorne Creek)
  3. Nicholas Kraemer (Reynella)
  4. Jason Horne (Christies Beach)
  5. Dylan Kleinig (Victor Harbor)
  6. Jayden Little (Flagstaff Hill)
  7. Max Clifton (Flagstaff Hill)
  8. Shannon Jones (Langhorne Creek)
     

Development Squad Best Player Awards

  • U13 Development Squad Best Player Award - Jack Delean (Reynella)
  • U14 Development Squad Best Player Award - Jaiden Magor (Myponga/Sellicks)
  • U15 Metro Development Squad Best Player Award (Phil Leach Trophy) - Jason Horne (Christies Beach)
  • U15 Country Development Squad Best Player Award (Phil Leach Trophy) - Arlo Draper (Willunga)
     

Flinders University 2018 Development Squads Team of the Year

 

 

Other Acknowledgements

SANFL Under-16 State Players

  • Zachary Dumesny
  • Matthew Roberts
  • Nicholas Kraemer
  • Jason Horne

South Adelaide also sincerely thanks our dedicated coaches, managers and support staff!

  • U13: Brenton Roberts, Lincoln Rogers, Christian Hamilton, Hayden Berryman
  • U14: Kale Allen, Dave Fairlie, Jericho John, Jason Rayner
  • U15M: Chris McTaggart, Peter McMaster, Glen Turner
  • U15C: Steve Jaggard, Todd Steele, Tom Pearsons
  • Staff: Graham Ey, Edna Vanderham, Meredith Archdall, Dennis Little, Keith Sheppard & Sonya Little and canteen volunteers
  • Trainees: Nicholas Kraemer, Harry Spacie, Lachlan Inthavong, Charlie Minns, Boyd Austin, Kyle Daris

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Panthers TV: Round 18 Highlights - South Adelaide vs Eagles

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 20 August 2018
Panthers TV: Round 18 Highlights - South Adelaide vs Eagles

South Adelaide have secured their place in the 2018 SANFL Finals Series after a gutsy six-point Retro Round win over Woodville-West Torrens at Maughan Thiem Hyundai Oval on Saturday afternoon.

See the match recap below. Click here for the full match report thanks to MRS Property!

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SANFLW LADDER

  • SOUTH

    2

  • GLENELG

    2

  • NORWOOD

    2

  • WEST ADELAIDE

    2

  • CENTRAL DISTRICT

    0

  • NORTH ADELAIDE

    0

  • WOODVILLE-WEST TORRENS

    0

  • STURT

    0


2019 WOMEN'S FIXTURE

  • SANFLW Round 2

    Norwood vs South Adelaide
    Venue: Coopers Stadium
    Date: Friday, February 22
    Time: 7:45pm


  • SANFLW Round 3

    West Adelaide vs South Adelaide
    Venue: City Mazda Stadium
    Date: Friday, March 1
    Time: 7:30pm


  • SANFLW Round 4

    South Adelaide vs North Adelaide
    Venue: Flinders University Stadium
    Date: Friday, March 15
    Time: 6:30pm


  • SANFLW Round 5

    South Adelaide vs Woodville-West Torrens
    Venue: Flinders University Stadium
    Date: Saturday, March 23
    Time: 3:45pm


 

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