Club Statement: AFL mid-season draft

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 26 March 2019
Club Statement: AFL mid-season draft
The Board and Management of the South Adelaide Football Club wish to advise our members that we, along with other Foundation SANFL Clubs, wish to retain our players should they be selected by the Adelaide or Port Adelaide Football Clubs in the AFL mid-season rookie draft for the remainder of the season in which they are drafted. This draft, along with the pre-season supplementary list draft, was recently introduced by the AFL much to the disappointment of SANFL Clubs.

The South Adelaide Football Club accepts that any player taken by Adelaide or Port Adelaide would be required to train with the AFL side, however we strongly believe the player is to be released to play for their SANFL Club if not selected for senior AFL duty. This is to include minor round and finals games.  This is the model that the West Coast Eagles have agreed to with the WAFL.

The SANFL, at the request of the Clubs, has approached both Adelaide and Port Adelaide regarding this request and we await their response.
The South Adelaide Football Club has also written to the AFL seeking compensation and reimbursement of expenses following the selection by the Sydney Swans of pre-season recruit Hayden McLean. We are yet to receive a response.

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PanthersTV: South Adelaide vs Eagles Highlights | Round 5, 2019 | SANFLW

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 25 March 2019
PanthersTV: South Adelaide vs Eagles Highlights | Round 5, 2019 | SANFLW
 
South Adelaide vs Eagles Highlights | Round 5, 2019 | SANFLW
 

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Junior Match Report: Goal after the siren sinks U16s

Posted by Clay Sampson on 25 March 2019
Junior Match Report: Goal after the siren sinks U16s
 

Junior Match Report

Under-16 - Round 3
Flinders University Stadium - 24/03/19

South Adelaide 1.1 4.4 6.8 10.9 69
Eagles 4.4 5.4 8.5 11.6 72


Goals: Roberts 3, Bradley, Horne 2, Mitton, Morton, Rogers
Best: Horne, Roberts, Rogers, Draper, Birt, Treloar

A goal after the siren has sunk our Under-16s by three-point against the Eagles at Flinders University Stadium on Sunday morning.

Our young Panthers fought back incredibly hard to put themselves in a position to win, but ultimately fell to a 10.9 (69) to 11.6 (72) defeat.

We were after a fast start as we have been slow out of the blocks in the opening two rounds.

To the players credit our intensity was very good for the first five minutes, but we were unable to capitalise on the scoreboard.

The Eagles then gained control of the game and hurt us on turnover which ended up in goals. At the first change we found ourselves down 21.

We worked our way on top in the second quarter and controlled the play with our composed ball use. This time we were able to hit the scoreboard and went in at halftime trailing by just a goal.

The third was a real arm wrestle. As the breeze started to pick up it was going to be important to stay close enough as we were coming home with it behind our backs in the last.

We trailed by only nine points at the final break. The players defended really well, but we just couldn't capitalise on a few late opportunities to score.

Heading into the last we allowed the Eagles to score the first two goals of the quarter. Down 22, now things we're getting desperate.

The playing group showed great resilience to kick the next four goals and hit the front with two minutes to go.

We won the next clearance, but the Eagles managed to rush a point. We now lead by three points with 60 seconds remaining.

However, Woodville then went coast-to-coast without us touching the ball and took a mark inside 30m with 20 seconds left.

The siren sounded and they slotted the goal and we lost by three points.

The players showed great spirit to get back into a position to win but just fell short.

Next Saturday we travel to Prospect Oval to play Central District on neutral ground.

Clay Sampson
U16 Head Coach

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SAFCW Match Report: Round 5 - Charlton stars in dominant Panthers win

Posted by Matt Sampson on 25 March 2019
SAFCW Match Report: Round 5 - Charlton stars in dominant Panthers win
 

SAFCW Match Report

South Adelaide vs North Adelaide
Round 5 - Flinders University Stadium - 23/03/19

South Adelaide 2.3 5.3 5.8 9.12 66
Eagles 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 12


Goals: Charlton 3, Bennett 2, Campbell, Goding, Tahau, Walker-Murphy
Best: Charlton, Campbell, Munyard, Hammond, Gryczewski, Tahau
Injuries: Fielke (knee)

South Adelaide's senior women claimed a dominant win over Wooville-West Torrens at Flinders University Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

The Panthers surged to a 9.12 (66) to 2.0 (12) victory on the back of an impressive Teah Charlton performance.

The young forward from Christies Beach racked up 24 touches and 16 tackles, while also slotting three goals in a standout display.

She was not alone with Nicole Campbell (20 possessions, six inside 50s and a goal) and Hannah Munyard (20 disposals and five inside 50s) also playing key roles in South kicking their highest score of the season.

Overall, South dominated possession (247 to 192) and controlled the territory game all afternoon, sending the ball into attack 43 times to 12.

As effective as South's offence was, their defence was equally stifling.

Marshalled by the dashing Cheyenne Hammond and netball convert Emma Cryczewski, South conceded only two goals for the afternoon and repelled 10 of a possible 12 Woodville forward forways.

Both Eagles goals came at the start of the first quarter. South were controlling the play, but unable to put a score on the board and were twice punished on the counter attack.

Dangerous forward Kiana Lee snapped one home from the south-eastern pocket, before ruck Caitlin Sampson crumbed nicely at the front of the contest and slotted one into a vacant goal square.

To make matters worse for South, midfielder Tonia Fielke playing in her comeback game from a torn ACL in her right knee had to be helped from the ground moments after the Panthers conceded the second goal.

Fielke turned to lay a tackle as her opponent charged through the middle of the ground and awkwardly twisted her right knee. She would take no further part in the game.

However, South soon clicked into gear and Charlton had her first of the game from a classy running shot in the playground pocket.

Madison Bennett kicked the hosts into the lead on the brink of quarter time. The speedster capitalised on some outstanding follow up work from young debutant Heidi Smith, who chased her own kick and laid a strong sheppard and open the way for Bennett to slot her first into an open goal.
 

 

The rest of the match was all Panthers.

Charlton had her second within minutes of the restart after courageously going back with the flight of the ball and marking a neat pass from Munyard.

Mykala Walker-Murphy added her name to the goal kickers list shortly after, converting a set shot from the pocket following a blocking free kick off the ball.

Charlton was again amongst it catching her opponent holding the ball in the forward 50 and kicking truly for her third.

Inaccuracy kept the score from getting out of hand as South only managed five behinds for the third term.

However, Dani Goding got things back on track for the hosts within a minute of the restart, marking strongly and snapping truly in the goal square.

Young forward Indy Tahau goalled soon after with a strong mark and finish direct in front, while Bennett added her second and Campbell her first, both the beneficiaries of some clean hands to run into open goals.

The win pushes South into second position on the ladder and just a win behind competition leaders Norwood.

Round 6 action sees the Panthers take on another SANFL Statewide Super Women's League new comer in Central District this Saturday.

Action gets underway from 3:45pm at Flinders University Stadium, following the Reserves (10:30am) and League (1:10pm) kicking off their season proper also against the Bulldogs.

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League Match Report: Panthers out gunned by Eagles

Posted by Matt Sampson on 25 March 2019
League Match Report: Panthers out gunned by Eagles
 

League Match Report

SANFL Trial 3
Flinders University Stadium - 23/03/19

South Adelaide 4.3 4.3 7.7 10.12 72
Eagles 3.0 4.3 10.7 13.10 88


Goals: Liddle, Whittlesea 2, Davis, Haren, Cross, Schwarz, Cailotto, Tucker

South Adelaide's League could not keep pace with a free flowing Eagles outfit in their final trial game at Flinders University Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

A goalless second quarter and sluggish third term proved costly for Jarrad Wright's men, as they fell to a 10.12 (72) to 13.10 (88) defeat at the hands on Woodville-West Torrens.

The Panthers started well, controlling the play to take a nine point lead into the first break in play.

Ben Haren got his side off the mark with an accurate set shot from a pin point Abe Davis pass, before Davis soon got himself on the goal kickers list as he hammered home a long distance free kick.

The returning Nic Schwarz and co-captain Joel Cross also added majors scores for the term thanks to a clever snap in traffic and dead-eye set shot respectively.

However, after their fast start South stumbled in the second term and failed to fire a score.

Turnovers between the 50s, and in particular some poor forward entries allowed the Eagles to punish the hosts on the counter attack with their swift ball movement.

Fortunately, some in accuracy in front of goals and a goal saving Matt Rose fist on the goal line kept the scores tied at the major break.

The Eagles again controlled the third term. They capitalised on some poor skill errors and were providing their forwards with better service attacking the goal face.

Thankfully, Nick Liddle kept his side in the game with a strong mark and goal, before Darnell Tucker crumbed neatly to put his name on the scorecard.

Tom Whittlesea added his first with a long range effort against his old side, but it would be Woodville that held a three goal lead as the teams turned for home.

The game opened up in the final term and the Panthers ball skills returned to the classier level seen in the first term.

Tall defender Alex Cailotto was pushed forward and looked dangerous taking some contested marks early in the piece. His kicking was wayward though and he managed only 1.2 from his three attempts on goal.

Liddle and Whittlesea doubled their goal tallies and all of a sudden South were within a kick.

However, the Eagles swooped on the counter again to settle their nerves and secure a hard-fought win.

The Panthers get the season proper underway this Saturday, March 30 from 1.10pm against Central District at Flinders University Stadium.

Their game is bookended by the Reserves (10:30am) and Senior Women (3:45pm), both also against the Bulldogs.

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Reserves Match Report: Eagles swoop young Panthers

Posted by Matt Sampson on 25 March 2019
Reserves Match Report: Eagles swoop young Panthers
 

Reserves Match Report

SANFL Trial 3
Flinders University Stadium - 23/03/19

South Adelaide 1.2 2.4 4.4 5.6 36
Eagles 4.3 9.5 9.6 11.9 75


Goals: Grimley 2, McGree, Carcuro, Milsom

A slow start for South Adelaide's Reserves proved costly in their final trial game against Woodville-West Torrens at Flinders University Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

The young Panthers were sluggish out of the blocks and allowed the Eagles to build a lead they could not pull back on the way to a 5.6 (36) to 11.9 (75) loss.

South Adelaide junior James Grimley scored the Panthers only goal of the first term, marking strongly and converting his set shot midway through the term. His first of two goals.

However, the Panthers leaked four the other way and found themselves down by 19 at the first change.

Young ruckman Cameron McGree put in an impressive performance, playing across all three lines at various stages of the game.

His work around the stoppages and in the air was top class and he found himself on the goal kickers list in the second term.

However, again the Eagles dominated the term and pushed their lead to 43 at the long break.

South looked a different side after halftime and did peg the lead back marginally.

Sam Whitbread and Tarik Illingworth began to get their hands on the Burley, while Jaidan Kappler and Bailey Snelling had some nice moments in defence.

Goals to Tristan Carcuro and Grimley's second saw the hosts win the term as they held the Eagles to a solitary behind.

The game opened up again for the visitors in the last and they ultimately extended their lead to 39 at the final siren.

This weekend the Reserves get their first crack at premiership points when they tackle Central District on Saturday morning.

Action gets underway at 10:30am and is following by the League (1:10pm) and Round 6 of the SANFL Statewide Super Women's League (3:45pm - also against the Bulldogs).

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Betta Teams: SANFL Trial - South Adelaide vs Eagles

Posted by Matt Sampson on 21 March 2019
Betta Teams: SANFL Trial - South Adelaide vs Eagles
 

The Panthers will have their final tune up before the season proper this Saturday at Flinders University Stadium.

Action against Woodville-West Torrens gets underway with the Reserves at 10:30am followed by the League side at 1:10pm.

South Adelaide senior women conclude the day's triple header from 3.45pm. Entry is free.

Trial teams presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living

Game Details

What: SANFL Trials - South Adelaide vs Eagles
Where: Flinders University Stadium
When: Saturday, March 23 - League 1:10pm; Reserves 10:30am
Entry: Free

League

No. Name
2 Emmanuel Irra
4 Joseph Haines
6 Bradley Crabb
7 Sam Overall
8 Matt Rose
9 Nick Liddle
10 Abe Davis
11 Ben Haren
13 Mark Noble
14 Michael Knoll
16 Jackson Elmes
17 Connor Fairlie
19 Joel Cross
20 Jesse McKinnon
21 Ben Heaslip
22 Jake Summerton
23 Malcolm Karpany
24 Hayden Sampson
30 Nic Schwarz
33 Jonty Manuel
34 Tyson Brown
36 Tom Whittlesea
39 Alex Cailotto
44 Nathan Beenham

 

Reserves

No. Name
3 Damon Freitag
26 Cameron McGree
27 Kyle Emery
28 Lee Hoey
29 Jaidan Kappler
32 Jayden Hall
37 Danny Juckers
38 Job Colwell
40 Aiden Baker
41 Sam Whitbread
43 Robert Badger
45 Harrison Mills
46 Darnell Tucker
47 Reece Milsom
48 Daniel Sladojevic
49 Tate Lovering
50 Tristan Carcuro
52 Troy Blackwell
54 Tarik Illingworth
55 Joel Beeche
56 James Grimley
57 Bailey Snelling
59 Jesse Moffa
61 Jordan Bastian
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Betta Teams: SANFLW Round 5 - South Adelaide vs Eagles

Posted by Matt Sampson on 21 March 2019
Betta Teams: SANFLW Round 5 - South Adelaide vs Eagles
 


South Adelaide's women take on competition new comers Woodville-West Torrens at Flinders University Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

The Panthers will welcome midfielder Tonia Fielke back into the fold as she returns from a torn ACL suffered in Round 2 last season.

The former cross fit champion has been named on field and is set to showcase her hard running on a wing.

Coming onto an extended interchange is veteran defender Emily Woods, young on baller Emogen Johnson and untried utility and Panthers junior Heidi Smith.

Making way is Nikki Gore as she is called back to Crows duties and Alana Browne, who succumbed to a calf injury during the week.

Women's League action gets underway at 3:45pm this Saturday, following League (1.10pm) and Reserves (10.30am) trial games earlier in the day.

South Adelaide Round 5 SANFLW teams presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living


 

Round Details

What: SANFLW Round 5 - South Adelaide vs Eagles
Where: Flinders University Stadium
When: Saturday, March 23 - 3:45pm
Entry: Free

Changes

In: Woods, Fielke, H. Smith, Johnson
Out: Gore (AFLW), Browne (calf)
New: Heidi Smith
Milestones:

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Betta Teams: U16s Round 3 - South Adelaide vs Eagles

Posted by Matt Sampson on 21 March 2019
Betta Teams: U16s Round 3 - South Adelaide vs Eagles
 

South Adelaide's Under-16s will look to bounce back against Woodville-West Torrens this Sunday morning.

Game Details

What: U16s Round 3 - South Adelaide vs Eagles
Where: Flinders University Stadium
When: Sunday, March 24 - 11:00am
Entry: Free

Junior teams presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living

Under-16s

Number Name Local Club
1 Talon Copley Reynella
3 Zaine Norman-Brown Willunga
4 Dylan Brown Happy Valley
5 Luke Mitton McLaren
6 Angus Bradley Willunga
7 Jason Horne Christies Beach
8 Cooper Rogers McLaren
9 Isaac Birt Strathalbyn
10 Nathan Hicks Mt Compass
12 Declan Bonham Reynella
13 Jaiden Magor Myponga-Sellicks
14 Rhys Galliford Flagstaff Hill
15 Declan Le Raye Happy Valley
17 Bailey Payne Goolwa-Pt Elliot
18 Mitchell Reilly Encounter Bay
19 Jamison Snelling Noarlunga
21 Matty Roberts Langhorne Creek
22 Kyle Grigg Reynella
23 Oliver Brunton Willunga
25 Heath Treloar Victor Harbor
27 Jake Stummer-Harvey Pt Noarlunga
29 Oakley Johnson Encounter Bay
30 Will Verrall Christies Beach
33 Arlo Draper Willunga
34 Jayden Morton Cove

In: Kyle Grigg, Oakley Johnson
Out: Noah Williams, Jaxon Sampson, Mahaki Edwards, Brok Viney-Obst

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South Adelaide and KFC Seaford Rise cook up a winner

Posted by Matt Sampson on 19 March 2019
South Adelaide and KFC Seaford Rise cook up a winner

Finger Lickin' Good: South Adelaide Football Club senior footballers Malcolm Karpany, Liam Fitt and Ben Heaslip welcome new partners KFC Seaford Rise on board. Image: South Adelaide Media

South Adelaide Football Club is pleased to announce a new partnership with KFC Seaford Rise, as the club partners with another prominent business in the southern community.

The Panthers welcome KFC Seaford Rise on board as part of a two-year agreement that will see their branding appear on the club's male game day shorts.

South Adelaide Chief Executive Officer Neill Sharpe said the club was looking forward to forging a new relationship with another southern based business.

"It is an exciting time when you can welcome a new partner to the club," said Mr Sharpe.

"We are very grateful for KFC Seaford Rise putting their support behind our football programs and the assistance it provides in continuing the growth of football in the southern region.

"We are looking forward to creating a strong relationship and sharing the journey of the upcoming season and beyond together."

David Radcliffe, KFC Franchisee Partner said it was an easy decision to support another southern organisation with similar community values.

"Community is a huge part of what we do at KFC, particularly with the launch of our new KFC Youth Foundation, which aims to build confidence in young Aussies," said Mr Radcliffe.

"Being committed to our new partnership with South Adelaide, who hold those same community values, is really exciting and we look forward to building a closer relationship with the club over the coming years."

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Club Statement: AFL mid-season draft

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 26 March 2019
Club Statement: AFL mid-season draft
The Board and Management of the South Adelaide Football Club wish to advise our members that we, along with other Foundation SANFL Clubs, wish to r...
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PanthersTV: South Adelaide vs Eagles Highlights | Round 5, 2019 | SANFLW

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 25 March 2019
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Junior Match Report: Goal after the siren sinks U16s

Posted by Clay Sampson on 25 March 2019
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SANFLW LADDER

  • NORWOOD

    8

  • GLENELG

    6

  • SOUTH ADELAIDE

    4

  • WEST ADELAIDE

    4

  • CENTRAL DISTRICT

    4

  • NORTH ADELAIDE

    2

  • STURT

    0

  • WOODVILLE-WEST TORRENS

    0


SANFL LADDER

  • ADELAIDE

    0

  • CENTRAL DISTRICT

    0

  • GLENELG

    0

  • NORWOOD

    0

  • PORT ADELAIDE

    0

  • SOUTH ADELAIDE

    0

  • STURT

    0

  • WEST ADELAIDE

    0

  • WOODVILLE-WEST TORRENS

    0

  • NORTH ADELAIDE

    -4


2019 SOUTH ADELAIDE FIXTURE

  • SANFL Trial 3

    South Adelaide vs Woodville West Torrens
    Venue: Flinders University Stadium
    Date: Saturday, March 23
    Time: 1:10pm


  • SANFLW Round 5

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


  • SANFL Round 1

    South Adelaide vs Central District
    Venue: Flinders University Stadium
    Date: Saturday, March 30
    Time: 1:10pm


  • SANFLW Round 6

    South Adelaide vs Central District
    Venue: Flinders University Stadium
    Date: Saturday, March 30
    Time: 3:45pm


 

Club contact details

Address:
1 Lovelock Drive,
Noarlunga Downs SA 5168

P : (08) 8186-8200
F : (08) 8326-6800
E : reception@safc.com.au

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