Jim Deane Honoured by the Australian Football Hall of Fame

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 4 June 2019
Jim Deane Honoured by the Australian Football Hall of Fame

South Adelaide's Jim Deane has been inducted into the Australian Football Hall of Fame 

One of South Adelaide's most iconic players, James (Jim) Deane has had his outstanding playing achievements recognized by being inducted to the Australian Football Hall of Fame.

Deane won the 1953 and 1957 Magarey Medals during his League career (as well as finishing runner-up in 1949, 56 & 57), he was also awarded South Adelaide's Best and Fairest, the Knuckey Cup, on six occasions (1948, 49, 51, 53, 56 & 57).

In total Deane played 157 games for the Panthers over two stints (1945-53 and 1956-57), captaining the Club for five years (1951, 52, 53, 56 & 57) and coaching the team from 1951-53 and 1970-71.

He played mainly as a centreman, had a dynamic left foot and is acknowledged as one of the finest exponents of short and long distance passing that the game has seen.

Deane represented South Australia on 15 occasions and also enjoyed two very successful seasons with Richmond in 1954-55.

He is a member of the South Adelaide Football Club "Greatest Team Ever", South Adelaide and SANFL Hall of Fame.

 

 

Playing Record

  • 157 games and 95 goals (1945 1953, 1956 1957)
  • Captain of South Adelaide, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1957
  • 33 games and 17 goals for Richmond (1954 & 1955)
  • 15 games for South Australia 

Coaching Record

  • South Adelaide 1951, 1953, 1970 1971

Accolades 

  • Magarey Medallist 1953, 1957 (runner up in 1949, 1950, 1951)
  • Knuckey Cup winner 1948, 1949, 1951, 1953, 1956, 1957
  • Tomkins Medallist 1945
  • Life member of South Adelaide 1956
  • South Adelaide Hall of Fame 2002
  • Greatest South Adelaide Team 2002
  • South Australian Football Hall of Fame 2002
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Junior Match Report: U18s clip the undefeated Eagles

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 4 June 2019
Junior Match Report: U18s clip the undefeated Eagles
 

Orthopaedics SA Under-18s Match Report

South Adelaide vs Woodville-West Torrens
Round 8 - Flinders University Stadium - 01/06/19

South Adelaide 3.3  7.5  12.7  15.10  100
Eagles 3.0  7.3 8.7 11.12 78


Goals: Freitag 3, Riddle, Hamilton, Wilkinson 2, Sampson, Nye, Spicer, Coulthard, Fitzgerald, Williams
Best: Freitag, Oliver, Douglass, Wilkinson, Williams, Kraemer

South Adelaide Under-18s marked their first home game with a big win over the undefeated Eagles.

June 1st and we played our 1st home game for the year, however it was not going to be easy.

The Eagles had played seven, won seven, on top of the ladder, and had not looked like losing a game so far.

We had five changes to the team that lost against North in round 7. Hayden Kernahan (Cove) and Ben Ryan (Happy Valley) played their first Reserves game for South, Harry Spacie was out sick Shannon Jones injured at work and Jason Horne was out with State under 16's duties.

We welcomed back Damon Freitag, coming in from State under 18 commitments.

Matthew Coulthard was back from injury, Clinton Calyun played his first game for the Year and we brought up another two under 16's Dylan Brown & Talon Copley.

After a close game last week it was important we responded well and got off to a good start.

Thats what we did, within two minutes Lachlan Williams was rewarded for a good defensive effort by Beau McCreery and finished.

We traded goals with the Eagles and at the first break we held a 3 point lead dispite most of the stats being level. 

The second quarter was much the same as the first, both teams again trading blows as both teams kicked 4 goals a piece.

Our goals came through Jack Fitzgerald, Liam Hamilton, Liam Nye and Damon Freitag.

The third quarter was an arm wrestle for the first 8 minutes before we broke through with a goal thanks to Matthew Coulthard. 

We kicked the next 3 through Phoenix Spicer, Mitch Riddle and Eamon Wilkinson before the eagles kicked their first of the quarter.

We ended the quarter with another one to Damon Freitag and took a 24 point lead into three quarter time.

The Eagles are a good side and we knew they would come out strong after the break, so it was going to be important that we started well again to prevent them from gaining confidence and starting a run.

This is not something we've managed to do in previous games, but we did this week.

In the first 2 and a half minutes of the last quarter we managed to kick 2 goals through Eamon Wilkinson and Liam Hamilton to take our lead out to a game high 36 points.

Eagles kicked another 10 minutes in and at this point in previous games where we would allow a team to get a run on.

This week we showed more composure and grinded out the next 10 minutes until Damon Freitag marked and kicked his third with only 8 minutes left to play.

The Eagles managed to kick the last two goals of the game but it was all over.

It was a good team performance and with 10 goal kickers, and it's a good sign that we didn't rely on one or two players to get the job done.

It was a good day and we hope we can continue that form as we look forward to round 9 where we take on Norwood in our second home game.

Round 9
South Adelaide vs Norwood
Flinders University Stadium - Saturday June 8 @ 11:00 am

Mark Clayton
U18 Head Coach

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League Match Report: Eagles too strong at Woodville.

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 3 June 2019
League Match Report: Eagles too strong at Woodville.
 

MRS Property League Match Report

South Adelaide @ Woodville-West Torrens
Round 8 - Maughan Thiem Kia Oval - 1/06/19

South Adelaide 2.4 4.5 5.8 6.9 45
Eagles 0.4 4.6 9.9 12.15 87


Goals: Fitt 2, Bogle, Overall, Liddle, Karpany
Best: Cross, Heaslip, Liddle, Overall
Injuries: Nil
Crowd: 1575

A costly second half saw the Panthers fall to a 42-point loss in a tough game against the Eagles at Maughan Thiem Kia Oval on Saturday.

The Panthers started strong kicking two goals to the Eagles none in the first quarter.

However, after half time South Adelaide managed just two goals and four behinds while the Eagles collected eight goals and nine behinds.

Joel Cross who would later receive his life membership that evening, was impressive for South, finishing with 32 disposals, 11 marks, five tackles and eight clearances.

South Adelaide's second loss of the season sees them sit fourth on the ladder, a game below Norwood and just three points off top spot.

The Panthers kicked the first goal of the game through Nick Liddle within the first two minutes of the game.

Sam Overall takes a strong mark. Image: Nick Hook Photography. 

Malcolm Karpany would follow up late in the quarter to give the Panthers a 2.4 (16) to 0.4 (4) lead at the first break.

Karpany would go on to finish with an impressive nine tackles as well as two marks and 13 disposals for the visitors.

However, the Eagles struck back with three unanswered goals through Lonergan, Guilhaus and Redden but the Panthers were able to respond with debutant, Luke Bogle (12 disposals and seven tackles) kicking his first senior goal.

Trying his best to replace the drafted Knoll, Cameron McGree finished with a strong 12 disposals, 15 hit outs and four tackles despite facing tough opposition all game.

Ben Heaslip was busy for the Panthers, collecting 21 disposals, five tackles and four clearances and so was Liddle with 21 disposals, two marks and four clearances.

Abe Davis was also getting busy in the contest with 14 disposals, six tackles and four clearances.

Jack Hayes kicked one for the home side late in the quarter but Sam Overall was able to respond to send the Panthers into halftime with a one-point deficit.

The Eagles enjoyed first use of the ball, winning the hit outs with 45 to Souths 35 and the clearances with 41 to Souths 38.

However, South Adelaide's defence stood firm despite the immense pressure with the Eagles finishing with 53 inside 50s to Souths 39.

While Alex Cailotto did his best to help in the ruck, finishing with 12 hit outs and ten disposals.

Coming out after halftime, Liam Fitt (12 disposals and three marks) goaled within the first two minutes to give the Panthers the lead.

The game was a struggle between two strong midfields, with the Panthers recording 85 tackles to the Eagles 61.

However, the Eagles began to take hold of the game, kicking the next five goals to finish of the third quarter and to give the Panthers a 25-point deficit at the final break.

Starting the final quarter, Fitt once again scored within the first two minutes but the Eagles responded with three goals through Sharrad, Goldsworthy and Johnansen to hand the Panthers a 42-point loss.

Mark Noble was impressive for the Panthers, collecting 20 disposals, five marks and eight clearances and so was Matt Rose with 14 disposals, five marks and six tackles.

Also impressive was Overall, who finished with 17 disposals as well as six marks, eight tackles and six inside 50s.

The Panthers will now face Norwood at Flinders University Stadium on Monday, June 10, from 2:10pm.

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Reserves Match Report: Eagles fly away with the points

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 3 June 2019
Reserves Match Report: Eagles fly away with the points
 

MRS Property Reserves Match Report

South Adelaide @ Woodville-West Torrens
Round 8 - Maughan Thiem Kia Oval - 1/06/19

South Adelaide 4.1 5.3 7.5 11.6 72
Eagles 2.3 6.7 9.12 15.14 104


Goals: Kennedy 5, Grimley 2, Sladojevic, Ryan, McKinnon, Elmes
Best: Kennedy, McKinnon, Whitbread, Sladojevic, Juckers, Tucker
Injuries: Lovering (Concussion)

South Adelaide Reserves were no match for the Eagles, going down by 32 points at Maughan Thiem Kia Oval on Saturday.

The game was high scoring with both teams recoding over ten goals in the 11.6 (72) to 15. 14 (104) defeat.

The Panthers started strong with Daniel Sladojevic (14 disposals) kicking the first goal of the match just two and a half minutes into the first quarter.

Follow up goals by Brett Kennedy (14 disposals), Jackson Elmes (eight disposals) and Benjamin Ryan (five hit outs) saw the Panthers go into the first break with a 4.1 (25) to 2.3 (15) lead.

However, the home side struck back with Nason, Miller and House combining to kick the first three goals of the second quarter.

James Grimley takes a strong mark. Image: Nick Hook Photography.

The Panthers were able to steady with a goal by Jesse McKinnon late in the quarter, but South headed into the main break facing a ten-point deficit.

The Eagles enjoyed most of the momentum in the third quarter, kicking two unanswered goals within the first ten minutes.

However, back to back goals by Kennedy created a chance of a comeback for the visitors but the Eagles struck again, scoring within the last two minutes to give South plenty of work to do heading into the final quarter.

McKinnon tried all game to create chances for the Panthers, collecting 22 disposals, seven clearances and six inside 50s.

With a 7.5 (47) to 9.12 (66) deficit for the Panthers, James Grimley (ten disposals and six marks) goaled four minutes in but it was to no avail as the Eagles went on to kick five straight goals in the next six minutes of play.

Harrison Mills wins the tap. Image: Nick Hook Photography.

South Adelaide did not stop fighting however, with Kennedy kicking two goals in five minutes and Grimley kicking his second of the game with just a minute left.

Sam Whitbread was impressive for the visitors, finishing with 22 disposals and seven tackles while Darnell Tucker finished with 19 disposals and three tackles.

Outstanding was Kennedy, who finished the game with five goals as well as two marks and three tackles.

South Adelaide now sit seventh on the ladder, but the closely contested season sees them sit only one win behind the third placed West

The Reserves will now face Norwood on Monday, June 10, at Flinders University Stadium from 11:30am.

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Joel Cross inducted as a Life Member

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 3 June 2019
Joel Cross inducted as a Life Member

Dual Magarey Medallist Joel Cross was awarded Life Membership on Saturday night.

The South Adelaide Football Club was honoured to award Joel Cross Life Membership on Saturday night, thanks to his incredible contribution to the club over the last eight seasons. 

Recruited from Scoresby Football Club in 2011, Cross has an outstanding list of accolades which includes two Magarey Medal's in 2012 (in his second season in the SANFL) and again in 2015. 

The list of accolades continues with Cross winning the Knuckey Cup three times, multiple state appearances, The Advertiser player and team of the year on multiple occasions and Club Co-Captain for the second year in a row. 

"When I look back on my time at South I'm not going to talk about money, state games or Magarey Medals, I'll always remember the friendships and the great times" Cross said in his speech.

"The friendships and the memories are the reason football clubs exist; the game is a very small part of that. If you embrace this club, this club will embrace you."

"Crabby and Lids told me that the proudest moment they have had as a player was being inducted as a life member. I can absolutely confirm that." 

The Club congratulates Joel on his fine achievements and thank him for his outstanding service.

Joel Cross making his speech as he accepts his Life Membership on Saturday night. Credit: NIck Hook Photography.

Playing Record
2011 - Present
164 games
123 goals

Accolades
Magarey Medal 2012 & 2015
Knuckey Cup 2011, 2015 & 2016
Mark Rawlins Trophy (Runner up B&F) 2012, 2013, 2014 & 2017
R.O. Shearman Medallist 2015 & 2017
SANFL State Team selection 2013, 2014, 2015 & 2016
SANFL Advertiser Team of the Year selection 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2017 & 2018
SANFL Advertiser Player of the Year 2011 & 2012
Club Captain 2018 & 2019

Joel Cross and Partner Alice James. Credit: NIck Hook Photography.

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Betta Teams: Juniors - U18 Round 8

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 30 May 2019
Betta Teams: Juniors - U18 Round 8
 

South Adelaide's Under-18s play their first game at Flinders University Stadium on Saturday.

Junior teams presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living

Under-18s

What: South Adelaide vs Woodville-West Torrens
Where: Flidners University Stadium
When: Saturday, June 1 - 11:00am
Entry: Free

Number Name Local Club
1 Phoenix Spicer Morphettville
2 Connor Sampson Myponga/Sellicks
3 Dylan Brown  
4 Max Clifton Flagstaff Hill FC
5 Clinton Calyun  
6 Bradley Strapps  Cove FC
7 Liam Nye Willunga FC
8 Tyler Oliver Goodwood FC
9 Jack Fitzgerald Yankalilla FC
10 Beau Mccreery Cove FC
11 Matthew Coulthard  
12 Shane Pettiford Christie's Beach FC
13 Mitch Riddle Brighton FC
14 Eamon Wilkinson Meadows FC
15 Liam Hamilton Happy Valley FC
16 James Hay   
17 Harry Spacie Happy Valley FC
24 Aaron Douglass Willunga FC
27 Boyd Austin Reynella FC
29 Kyle Rice Reynella FC
31 Samuel Hindes Kangarilla FC
34 Lachlan Williams Encounter Bay FC
35 Nicholas Kraemer Reynella FC
36 Matthew Reed Flagstaff Hill FC
39 Damon Freitag  
     

In: Damon Freitag, Matthew Reed, Dylan Brown, Lachlan Inthavong, Brad Strapps, Matthew Coulthard, Clinton Calyun, Kyle Rice, Talon Copley
Out: Hayden Kernahan, Ben Ryan, Jason Horne, Shannon Jones

 

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Betta Teams: SANFL Round 8 - South Adelaide @ Woodville-West Torrens

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 30 May 2019
Betta Teams: SANFL Round 8 - South Adelaide @ Woodville-West Torrens
 

South Adelaide are back in action after the bye as they come up against the Eagles on Saturday on Oval Avenue.

Playing their second game in four weeks, the Panthers are looking to capture the form which helped them get past the Roosters a fortnight ago.

South Adelaide now enter life without ruckman Michael Knoll, who was given an opportunity by the Swans in the mid-season draft.

Lee Hoey, who has played his role seamlessly since his debut against Sturt in round 5, will miss this week due to a hamstring complaint. 

Blackwood/South Adelaide Talent Pathway product Luke Bogle and former Adelaide Crows development player James Loneragan (18 SANFL games for the Crows) have been named in the squad of 22, that must be trimmed by one before the bounce, making it 9 debutants so for this year. 

The boys are back in action on Saturday afternoon with the reserves kicking off at midday, followed by League at 2:40pm.

What: SANFL Round 8 - South Adelaide @ Woodville-West Torrens
Where: Maughan Thiem Kia Oval (Woodville)
When: Saturday, June 1 - League 2:40pm; Reserves 12:00pm
Tickets: Adult $14; Concession $8; Kids U18 free
Watch: Channel 7 Adelaide or on delay via SANFL Digital Pass

South Adelaide Round 8 SANFL teams presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living


 

Changes

In: Bogle, Loneragan, Tucker
Out: Knoll (Drafted AFL), Hoey (Hamstring)
New: Bogle (Blackwood/SAFC Juniors), Loneragan (Adelaide Crows)
Milestones: Bogle, Loneragan debut 

Reserves

Baker, Beeche, Beenham, Colwell, Davies, Elmes, Grimley, Illingworth, Juckers, Kennedy, Kernahan, Lovering, Manuel, McKinnon, Mills, Milsom, Moffa, Ryan, Sladojevic, Snelling,  Whitbread,

In: Baker, Beenham, Davies, Kernahan, Moffa, Ryan
Out: Badger (Sholder), Bogle (League) Coleman (Back), Freitag (U18), Helyar (Hip), Loneragan (League)

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Michael Knoll selected at pick 4 in the mid-season draft

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 27 May 2019
Michael Knoll selected at pick 4 in the mid-season draft

South Adelaide Ruck Michael Knoll will get an opportunity at the Sydney Swans as part of the mid-season draft.

Knoll, who joined the Panthers from Box Hill earlier this year, has been handed an AFL opportunity from the Swans as part of the mid-season draft.

Taken at pick 4, Knoll is now the second player the Panthers have lost to the Swans in a matter of 2 months, with Hayden McLean also being picked up by the Swans on the brink of the season in March as part of the pre-season supplemental selection period.

South Adelaide Chief Executive Officer Neill Sharpe said it was a bittersweet moment for the club to see Knoll make his way to New South Wales.

"As an individual we are extremely pleased to see Michael realise his dream of making an AFL list," said Mr Sharpe.

"During his short time with South Adelaide Michael showcased that he is an outstanding person with many qualities on and off the field that would make any club happy to have him."

"It is however very disappointing for our club to lose one of our key recruits mid way through the season."

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Women's Match Report: Panthers women go back to back

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 27 May 2019
Women's Match Report: Panthers women go back to back
 

Southern Volkswagen Women's Match Report

South Adelaide vs North Adelaide
Grand Final - ACH Group Stadium - 26/05/19

South Adelaide 1.0 3.3 4.5 4.7 31
North Adelaide 0.0 1.0 1.2 1.3 9


Goals: Tahau 2, Page, Charlton
Best: Tahau, Smith, McKinnon, Gore, Cavouras, Gryczewski
Injuries: Nil

South Adelaide's senior women make history on a wet and windy Sunday afternoon by becoming the first team in the SANFLW to win back to back premierships. 

The 22-point victory was built on the back of a strong team effort with all the players contributing in some way despite the tough conditions and tops off a great season by South Adelaide.

The Panthers worked tirelessly at both ends of the ground, wracking up 43 inside 50s to 21 while also holding North Adelaide to just one goal.

Young gun Indy Tahau was awarded the Best on Ground medal following an impressive performance which saw her gather 20 disposals, five tackles, six inside 50s and two goals.

Despite having plenty of the ball in the first quarter, the wet conditions made it hard for the Panthers to reflect it on the scoreboard.

However, a strong link up play through the centre by Munyard, Haussen, and Browne before being finished off by Tamara Page (six disposals) gave South the first goal of the game in the final minute of the quarter.

Just thirty seconds into the second quarter, Tahau shrugged a tackle and evaded another player before kicking truly on the run from roughly 40m out to give South a two-goal lead.

Five minutes later, North Adelaide's Lauren Daniel would kick Norths first and only goal for the match.

Tamara Page kicks the first goal of the Grand Final. Image: Nick Hook Photography 

Despite the tough conditions, Lauren Buchanan (three clearances), Nicole Campbell (four inside 50s) and Emily Brockhurst (three inside 50s) all did their best to try and create chances up forward.

Meanwhile, Alana Browne was busy around the ground, collecting three marks and five disposals and so was Elyse Haussen with seven disposals and three tackles.

With just thirty seconds left until halftime, Tahau plucked the ball from the ruck and put it straight on her boot to give South Adelaide a 3.3 (21) to 1.0 (6) lead at the main break.

Both teams created immense pressure around the ball, with the two sides combining for 121 tackles.

Fast paced pair Hannah Munyard (14 disposals) and last years Best on Ground medalist Cheyenne Hammond (12 disposals) continued to provide pace for the Panthers.

Meanwhile, Montana McKinnon was influential in the ruck, gathering 18 hit outs while also having a presence in the contests with six marks.

Tiffany Copley was also impressive for the Panthers with ten disposals and three marks while also creating chances with two clearances and two inside 50s.

Teah Charlton kicks the sealer. Image: Nick Hook Photography

The Panthers continued their streak of last-minute goals with a clever kick off the ground by Teah Charlton (18 disposals, five tackles and four marks) to give South a 4.5 (29) to 1.3 (9) lead at the final break.

The final quarter saw the Panthers slow the game down while also holding the Roosters to just a point, with the rain pouring down the siren sounded to give South Adelaide their second premiership in a row.

Credit must be given to Souths defense, who managed to hold North to just one goal and to only three points after half time.

Jaslynne Smith finished off her great year with another reliable performance down back, collecting 11 disposals and three marks.

While Sam Pratt (eight disposals and four tackles), Sarah Wright (seven disposals and two tackles) and Elke Jarvis (seven disposals and two tackles) continued to disrupt the oppositions plays and proved to be healthy additions to the side this season.

Czenya Cavouras, Cheyenne Hammond and Jess Krik as the celebrations begin. Image: Nick Hook Photography

Emma Gryczewski (five disposals) also played strong down back against Norths dangerous forwards.

Nikki Gore (16 disposals, 10 tackles, and three clearances) and Czenya Cavouras (22 disposals, five tackles and four clearances) were once again outstanding in the midfield.

While up forward, South created immense pressure through Madison Bennett who finished a standout season with four tackles and soccer convert Jess Kirk who finished with three tackles.

The win came from a strong team effort, with contributions coming from all around the ground on the back of a great season for the Panthers.

The premiership is the ultimate award for the team, following strong performances throughout the season and credit must be given to all the players, coaches and staff who all combined to make history for South Adelaide.

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Joel Cross inks a new deal

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 15 November 2019
Joel Cross inks a new deal
Dual Magarey Medallist Joel Cross has signed a new deal that will see him at Flinders University Stadium in 2020.  Coming off another o...
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Broadbent heads South.

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 14 November 2019
Broadbent heads South.
South Adelaide welcomes former Port Adelaide player Matthew Broadbent to Noarlunga for 2020. The Henley Sharks/Woodville West-Torrens ju...
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Brooksby back in blue and white for 2020

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 13 November 2019
Brooksby back in blue and white for 2020
South Adelaide is excited to announce that Keegan Brooksby will return home to Flinders University Stadium in 2020. After returning to the P...
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