2019 Panthers Membership Available Now! #SouthProud

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 1 November 2018
2019 Panthers Membership Available Now! #SouthProud

South Adelaide Football Club memberships are now available for the upcoming 2019 season.

It looms to be an exciting year as Jarrad Wright's men look to build on their return to the finals and our senior women begin their premiership defence under new head coach Rick Watts.

Sign up during our November Early Bird period (ends 30/11/18) and you'll get your 2019 membership capped at 2018 prices!

Becoming a Panthers Member gains you some great benefits, including:

  • Savings on gate prices to watch your Panthers in action
  • 20% discount at Jimmy Deane's
  • 10% discount on Panthers merchandise

Meanwhile, you also know you've played a vital role in supporting the growth of our football programs - both senior and junior, and now men and women!

Membership is also now more affordable than ever with the introduction of payment plans and the Panther For Life program in 2019. More on those below.

So jump on board, support your club and show you are #SouthProud in 2019!

Click here to browse memberships online or give us a call on 8186 8200 to sign up today.

Payment Plans

Panthers Membership is now more affordable than ever with a Panthers Payment Plan.

Choose to pay your membership off over four or six monthly payments* rather than a single upfront cost.

Browse our payment plan options online here or call the club on 8186 8200 for more information.

Membership Type Eligible for Payment Plan 4 Monthly Payments 6 Payments
(must auto renew)
Associates Membership No    
Women's Membership No    
Grassroots Membership No    
3 Games Membership Yes $22.50 $15.00
Home Games Membership Yes $30.00 $20.00
Home Games (Concession) Yes $22.50 $15.00
Season Membership Yes $45.00 $30.00
Season (Concession) Yes $32.50 $21.67
Family Home Games Yes $60.00 $40.00
Family Season Games Yes $75.00 $50.00
Kingstonian Yes $125.00 $83.33
Junior Panther No    
Panther Cub No    


*Note: Payment plans only available on selected memberships. Payments can only be made through a valid credit/debit card. A $1 transaction fee will be charged for each monthly installment.

Panther For Life

Panther for Life is the easiest and most affordable way to renew your membership and support your Panthers. No renewal forms, no hassle.

By opting into our Panther for Life program you elect to have your Panthers membership automatically renewed each year.

With no renewal forms and no hassle, your Panthers membership automatically rolls over each year. You will always be one of the first members signed up for the new season, without the hassle of completing forms, going through the online process or having to sign up over the phone.

All you need to get started is a valid credit card so your payment can be processed each season. You will always be reminded before any payment is made on your behalf and given the option to opt out before each season starts.

Opting in for Panther for Life also qualifies you for cheaper payment plans on certain Panthers membership, which makes supporting your club more affordable than ever!

Together, we are taking the hassle out of supporting the club you love. Show your support and sign up now!

Click here to sign up as a Panther For Life online or call the club on 8186 8200.

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Club Statement: Cody Szust departs Panthers

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 27 October 2018
Club Statement: Cody Szust departs Panthers

South Adelaide Football Club advises that Cody Szust has informed the Club of his desire to explore opportunities at another SANFL club.

South Adelaide is currently negotiating with that club to finalise his departure.

Szust has played 22 SANFL League matches, including 15 in 2018, after being given his opportunity at senior level in 2017.

Posted in: SANFL Panthers Football Panthers News  

Key quartet commit for 2019!

Posted by Matt Sampson on 26 October 2018
Key quartet commit for 2019!

South Adelaide has secured the signatures of four key senior players for the 2019 SANFL season.

The club is pleased to announce Knuckey Cup winners Nick Liddle and Joel Cross, as well as respected leader Matt Rose and key forward Sam Overall have all put pen to paper to play on in Noarlunga next season.

The Panthers retain the services of the dynamic duo of Liddle and Cross, who have been stars of the SANFL for the best part of a decade, taking home eight of the last nine Knuckey Cups between them.

Meanwhile, Rose and Overall will look to put an injury plagued 2018 behind them and bounce back to their influential best in 2019.

"We are obviously very pleased to have all four of these guys committing to play next season," said Panthers Chief Executive Officer, Neill Sharpe.

"Nick and Joel have been outstanding loyal servants to our club over the journey. Their list of accolades puts them amongst the modern greats of the SANFL.

"Matt is a well-respected leader at the club and has been an great driver of culture and standards since crossing over from Port.

"We look forward to seeing him back fit and fighting next season, similarly with Sam, who is an extremely important forward line target and an emerging leader in our playing group."

Liddle joined joined South Adelaide from Coburg in 2010 and quickly established himself as one of the Panthers most admired players for his skill and commitment on the field.

With 175 SANFL games under his belt, he is now a five-time Knuckey Cup winner and also boasts seven Advertiser Team of the Year selections, three State Team appearances and an R.O Shearman Medal amidst his many achievements.

Cross came to the Panthers the following season and has now notched 156 games in Noarlunga.

He has since put together an impressive resume of accolades, including three Knuckey Cups, two Magarey and R.O Shearman Medals, four State Team selections and six in the Advertiser Team of the Year.

Rose journeyed south from Alberton in 2014 following the announcement of the Magpies as Port Adelaide's AFL reserve side.

He quickly found himself at home in Noarlunga and has now banked 85 games and two top three Knuckey Cup finishes with the Panthers.

His 2018 got off to a bright start, earning selection in the SANFL State Team that faced the WAFL in May, but was struck down by a broken collarbone soon after and only managed 11 games for the season.

Overall, burst onto the scene during South's 2014 finals campaign and at his high-flying and strong-marking best is one of the SANFL's most damaging forwards.

He enjoyed a fast start to 2018, including selection to the initial State Squad, but broke his foot in round six and could only manage two more games for the year.

South Adelaide welcomes back all four men and eagerly awaits seeing them back in blue and white in 2019!

Nick Liddle

Playing Record

2010 - Present
175 games
89 goals

Accolades

Knuckey Cup winner - 2010, 2012, 2013, 2017 & 2018
Magarey Medal runner-Up - 2011
R.O Shearman Medallist - 2018
Advertiser Team of the Year - 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2017 & 2018
SANFL State Team - 2012, 2013 & 2014
Players Award - 2010, 2011, 2012 & 2018
Cibo Espresso Colonnades Fans MVP - 2017
South Adelaide Football Club Life Member - 2017

Joel Cross

Playing Record

2011 - present
156 games
113 goals

Accolades

138 games for South Adelaide
Magarey Medallist - 2012 & 2015
Knuckey Cup winner - 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

Matt Rose

Playing Record

2010 - present
135 games (85 South Adelaide)
42 goals

Accolades

Mark Rawlins Trophy (Runner up B&F) - 2015
Best in Finals - 2016
SANFL State Team selections - 2018

Sam Overall

Playing Record

2014 - present
49 games
70 goals

Posted in: SANFL Senior Football Panthers Football Panthers News  

Trio of Panthers named in AFL Academy Squads

Posted by Matt Sampson on 26 October 2018
Trio of Panthers named in AFL Academy Squads

Three Panthers juniors have been included in the 2018-19 NAB AFL Academy program for elite footballers.

Kangaroo Island ruckman Damon Freitag (Wisanger - KIFL; pictured above), strong-marking forward Daniel Sladojevic (PHOS Camden) and 2018 South Adelaide U16s MVP Zac Dumesny (Brighton - SFL) have been selected to the South Australian arm of the elite talent program.

The expanded NAB AFL Academy Program will now see 150 players engaged in high performance camps conducted across five talent regions; Vic Country, Vic Metro, South Australia, Western Australia and Allies (New South Wales/Australian Capital Territory, Tasmania, Queensland and the Northern Territory).

The South Australian branch will be headed by former Panthers Talent Manager Tony Bamford. The group will begin initial testing in November, before heading to Alice Springs for a five day camp together from November 30 - December 4.

The talented teenagers will train at both the Crows and Power headquarters throughout December and January before undertaking further Adelaide-based training camps in late January and mid April.

The best Under-17 and Under-18 players from the state academies will also have the opportunity to attend national camps, with activities at these camps including:

  • Under-17 Futures Game players to spend a week at an AFL club (December 2018)
  • Best 25 Under-18 players to represent Australia against VFL opposition (April 2019)
  • Best 25 Under-17 players to represent Australian against New Zealand (April 2019)
  • Under-17 Futures Game played on AFL Grand Final Day (September 2019)

2018-19 South Australian NAB AFL Academy Squad

Corey Durdin (Central) 14/4/02 173cm 69kg
Oliver Shaw (Central) 13/5/01 187cm 84kg
Jordan O'Brien (Central) 9/3/01 175cm 71kg
Cooper Horsnell (Glenelg) 19/4/02 173cm 63kg
Brady Searle (Glenelg) 20/11/01 185cm 84kg
Luke Edwards (Glenelg) 12/1/02 187cm 78kg
Will Gould (Glenelg) 14/1/01 191cm 98kg
Kaine Baldwin (Glenelg) 13/5/02 193cm 89kg
Harrison Magor (North) 9/5/01 183cm 82kg
Karl Finlay (North) 14/7/01 192cm 88kg
Dyson Hilder (North) 31/3/01 196cm 93kg
Josh Hart (North) 21/3/00 205cm 97kg
Dylan Stephens (Norwood) 8/1/01 182cm 70kg
Cameron Taheny (Norwood) 3/8/01 185cm 78kg
Zachary Dumesny (South) 26/4/02 185cm 77kg
Daniel Sladojevic (South) 12/6/01 192cm 88kg
Damon Freitag (South) 28/3/01 198cm 102kg
Jed McEntee (Sturt) 15/2/01 177cm 75kg
Anzac Lochowiak (Sturt) 4/6/01 182cm 84kg
Josh Shute (Sturt) 28/3/01 186cm 75kg
Oliver Grivell (Sturt) 18/1/01 192cm 86cm
Will Day (West) 5/6/01 187cm 71kg
Jye Sinderberry (West) 24/1/02 187cm 82kg
Riley Thilthorpe (West) 7/7/02 197cm 94kg
Kysaiah Pickett (WWT) 2/6/01 170cm 68kg
Trent Burgoyne (WWT) 2/10/01 177cm 70kg
Lachlan McNeil (WWT) 2/9/01 181cm 78kg
Jackson Mead (WWT) 30/9/01 181cm 82kg
Jamie Coff (WWT) 23/2/01 195cm 89kg
Taj Schofield (Subiaco) 7/9/02    

 

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Gore and Whiteley picked up in AFLW Draft

Posted by Matt Sampson on 23 October 2018
Gore and Whiteley picked up in AFLW Draft

A pair of Panthers have earned their shot at AFLW football after being selected in today's national draft.

Highly touted midfielder Nikki Gore and hard-nosed defender Lisa Whiteley will get a crack at AFLW level in 2019 after hearing their name called at the draft earlier today.

Panthers junior Gore will remain in South Australia, after being selected by the Adelaide Crows with pick eight, while Whiteley will reunite with Panthers premiership coach Krissie Steen after the GWS Giants called her name at pick 52.

It caps off a remarkable year for 17-year-old Gore, who added a SANFLW premiership and South Adelaide best and fairest to her list of accolades earlier this season.

The tough on baller from Christies Beach averaged a team-high 19.7 disposals while laying 4.7 tackles per game in the Panthers inaugural SANFLW season.

She was also named the Powerade Breakthrough Player for 2018 and selected in the Advertiser SANFLW Team of the Year.

Whiteley joined South from Morphetville Park for their first SANFLW season and quickly established herself as a key piece of the Panthers miserly defence.

The strong-bodied 25-year-old was regularly stationed on the oppositions most damaging forward and played important shut down and rebound roles in the back half of the ground.

By season's end she was awarded the 'Most Ferocious' player award at the clubs best and fairest, as the team's most competitive and fierce defender.

South Adelaide congratulate both girls on achieving their goals of reaching the AFLW and wish them the best as we keep a keen eye on their progress during the season.

Nikki Gore

Playing Profile

Age: 17
Height: 165cm
Position: midfield

Accolades

SANFLW premiership player - 2018
South Adelaide Women's Best & Fairest- 2018
Powerade Breakthrough Player- 2018
Advertiser SANFLW Team of the Year - 2018
AFLW Academy Member

 

Lisa Whiteley

Playing Profile

Age: 25
Height: 171cm
Position: defender

Accolades

SANFLW premiership player - 2018
'Most Ferocious' Player - 2018

 

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Scott Taylor departs the Panthers

Posted by Matt Sampson on 17 October 2018
Scott Taylor departs the Panthers

South Adelaide can confirm defender Scott Taylor is departing the club.

Taylor played 61 league games in his eight years in Noarlunga after joining the Panthers from NT Thunder in 2011.

During his time at South Adelaide, 'Scooter' established himself as a much loved character within the playing group and well respected clubman.

Perhaps best epitomising his team-first attitude is the additional 81 Reserves games he played during his time at South Adelaide, never shirking his duties on the field at any level.

The South Adelaide thank Scott for his contribution at the Panthers and wish him well in the next chapter of his career.

Scott Taylor

Playing Career

2011 - 2018
61 games
5 goals

Accolades

Dr Jim Harley/Frank Brown Trophy (Best Clubman) - 2015
Runner Up Reserves Best & Fairest - 2011 & 2013

Posted in: SANFL Senior Football Panthers Football Panthers News  

New Irra for E-Man at South Adelaide

Posted by Matt Sampson on 16 October 2018
New Irra for E-Man at South Adelaide

South Adelaide is pleased to welcome Emmanuel Irra back to the club for the 2019 season.

Ugandan born Irra returns to the Panthers after spending two years on Port Adelaide's AFL list as a Category B Rookie.

"It is great to have E-Man returning to the club," said South Adelaide Senior Coach Jarrad Wright.

"Our supporters will be familiar with his exciting style of play and we look forward to him bringing that eye-catching run and carry and flair back to Noarlunga.

"He's spent the last two years in an AFL environment and played a lot of footy across halfback for the Magpies. So he's coming back to the club a more refined and experienced player than when he left us.

"We expect him to add some flexibility to our side and are excited by the prospect of injecting his explosiveness and pace into our group."

The fleet-footed Irra played 38 SANFL games for South Adelaide between 2011-16 before adding a further 33 senior appearances with the Magpies.

Irra made his SANFL debut as a raw teenage in 2011 before steadily developing his game.

He was crowned the Panthers Reserves Best & Fairest in 2014, before cementing his place in the League side and earning Most Improved Player honors the next season.

He enjoyed his best season at South in 2016 under the guidance of Brad Gotch, earning selection into the initial SANFL State Squad and culminating in becoming the first Ugandan drafted to an AFL list after being selected by the Power.

South Adelaide welcome Emmanuel back to the club and look forward to seeing him dashing across the wide expanses in Noarlunga once again.

Emmanuel Irra

Playing Record
South Adelaide 2011 - 2016
38 games
18 goals

Port Adelaide 2017 - 2018
33 games
1 goal

Accolades
Reserves Best & Fairest - 2014
League Most Improved Player - 2015
SANFL State Squad - 2016

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Vale Bruce Alexander

Posted by Matt Sampson on 15 October 2018
Vale Bruce Alexander

The South Adelaide Football Club mourns the passing of premiership forward Bruce Alexander.

Named at centre-half forward in the 1964 South Adelaide premiership team, Bruce passed away on Thursday 27th September aged 80 years after a battle with cancer.

As a student at Sacred Heart College, Bruce was College Head Prefect, Captain of the First 18, Captain of the First Eleven, Captain of the Athletics team and played in the Firsts Baseball and Tennis teams.

After three seasons and 25 games with Glenelg up to 1961, Bruce was persuaded by Tony Shaw and Bill Sutherland to come to South in 1963, where he believed he was made very welcome and would go on to play 26 games, including that 1964 grand final.

Bruce always believed that the time he spent playing at centre-half back for Glenelg enabled him to work out what a centre-half forward should be doing in a game.

'I made up my mind to always tackle hard, shepherd hard and keep the ball in our area so we will have more chance to score,' he said in an interview when he flew back from his home in Tweed Heads for a reunion a few years ago.

Apart from the invaluable contribution he made to our club in his short but significant time here, Bruce served in the navy, in government administration in Papua New Guinea and Australia (where he acted as secretary to federal ministers including Lionel Murphy and Don Chipp for 13 years), travelled widely and held a commercial pilot's licence.

South Adelaide send their condolences to Bruce's extended family, friends and former club mates.

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Redigolo and Rankine call time on SANFL careers

Posted by Matt Sampson on 15 October 2018
Redigolo and Rankine call time on SANFL careers

South Adelaide bid farewell to a pair of Panthers.

Experienced South Adelaide campaigners Tarak Redigolo and Matt Rankine have called time on their SANFL careers.

A beloved clubman during his 11 senior seasons with the Panthers, tough and uncompromising defender Redigolo announced his retirement at Saturday night's Knuckey Cup count.

Recruited from McLaren in the GSFL, Tarak's time with South Adelaide extends back to completing the club's Development Squad programs before progressing into the junior grades where he claimed the 2006 U17s Best and Fairest.

He made his senior debut in 2008 before winning South Adelaide's Reserves Best and Fairest and the Reserves Magarey Medal in 2011. He established himself as a senior player in 2012 and finished third in Knuckey Cup voting.

Admired by many at South Adelaide for his work ethic and leadership, Tarak has overcome several significant injuries to become a 100 game player with the Panthers and has served as vice captain on several occasions.

He also claimed the coveted Knuckles Award in 2012 and was named Best Clubman in 2011 and 2014.

The elusive Rankine joined the Panthers in 2014 from West Adelaide, seeking more opportunities at senior level.

He quickly established himself as a fan favourite through his penchant for the spectacular and versatility to play in a range of positions around the ground.

In his five seasons at Noarlunga, Rankine added 80 games and 53 goals to his resume to push himself past the 100 SANFL games barrier in 2018.

Senior players Alex Moyle and Matt Raitt have also informed the club they will depart Noarlunga in 2019.

South Adelaide thank each of these men for their contributions at Hickinbotham Oval and wish them well in their future endeavours, both on and off the field.

Tarak Redigolo

Playing Record
2008 - 2018
126 games
13 goals

Accolades
U17 Best & Fairest -  2006
Reserves Best & Fairest - 2011
Reserves Magarey Medal - 2011
Knuckles Award - 2012
Third Place Knuckey Cup - 2012
Best Clubman - 2011 & 2014

Matt Rankine

Playing Record
2014 - 2018
80 games (104 total)
53 goals (66 total)

Alex Moyle

Playing Record
2011-2015, 2017 - 2018
6 games
4 goals

Accolades
Reserves Best & Fairest - 2017
Runner-Up Reserves Best & Fairest - 2012 & 2018

Matt Raitt

Playing Record
2017 - 2018
9 games
8 goals

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Nick Liddle takes out 2018 Knuckey Cup

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 13 October 2018
Nick Liddle takes out 2018 Knuckey Cup

Evergreen Panthers midfielder Nick Liddle has taken out the 2018 Knuckey Cup at Saturday night's best and fairest count.

The flame haired Liddle chalked up 127 votes to finish five clear of ruckman Keegan Brooksby (122) and sophomore Panther Abe Davis (114).

It marks the fifth time Liddle has claimed the Panthers best and fairest, having also earned top honours in 2010, '12, '13 and '17.

It further solidifies his legacy amongst South Adelaide's greatest players, with only club legends Jim Deane (six - 1948, '49, '51, '53, '56 and '57) and Peter Darley (seven - 1963, '64, '66, '67, '68, '72 and '73) claiming more best and fairests during their careers.

The ball magnet from Coburg put together yet another stellar season in blue and white, averaging a team-high 25.8 touches per game and kicking 17 goals through his 19 games in 2018. His play was a key factor in seeing the Panthers return to finals action in 2018.

Earlier in the evening Kangaroo Island native Coby Helyar was awarded the J.L. Brown Trophy as the Reserves Best & Fairest, while Danny Juckers was rewarded for a consistent season to take out the Centre of Excellence Under-18s Best & Fairest.

See below for a full list of award winners and leader boards from all grades:

Senior Award Winners

Knuckey Cup (Best & Fairest)
Nick Liddle

Mark Rawlins Memorial Trophy (Runner-Up Best & Fairest) 
Keegan Brooksby

Third Best & Fairest
Abe Davis

Milestone Chemicals Players' Player Award
Nick Liddle

Player Trademark Award (peer voted)
Jake Summerton

Flinders University League Most Improved Player
Joseph Haines

League Leading Goalkicker
Nathan Kreuger (22 goals)

Knuckles Award (Best Defender)
Jake Summerton

Dr Jim Harley/Frank Brown Memorial Trophy (Best Clubman)
Bradley Crabb

David Kantilla Memorial Trophy (Best First Year League Player)
Mark Noble

Junior Award Winners

Best & Fairest
Danny Juckers

Runner-Up Best & Fairest
Tate Lovering

Third Best & Fairest
Tyler Davies

Leading Goalkicker
Daniel Sladojevic (37 goals)

Flinders University Most Improved
Joel Beeche

Best Team Man
Tyler Davies

Colin & Peter Haines Trophy (Best Junior Clubman)
Sam Whitbread

Fred & Mavis Whitwell Trophy (U18 Rising Star)
Tom Sparrow

Knuckey Cup Leader Board

1. Nick Liddle - 127
2. Keegan Brooksby - 122
3. Abe Davis - 114
4. Joel Cross - 113
5. Joseph Haines - 111
6. Tom Fields - 105
7. Jake Summerton - 101
8. Alex Cailotto - 100
9. Ben Heaslip - 96
10. Tyson Brown - 92

Knuckey Cup voting: following each game, South Adelaide's senior coaches grade every player on a scale of 0-10 based on their performance during that game. The player who polls the most total votes throughout the season is declared the winner of the Knuckey Cup.

Reserves Leader Board

1. Coby Helyar - 92
2. Connor Fairlie - 86
2. Alex Moyle - 86
4. Scott Taylor - 81
5. Tarik Illingworth - 79
6. Cameron McGree - 77
7. Aiden Baker - 73
8. Jesse McKinnon - 72
9. Jackson Elmes - 70
10. Ben Millman - 66

Under-18 Leader Board

1. Danny Juckers - 57
2. Tate Lovering - 46
3. Tyler Davies - 45
4. Damon Freitag - 44
5. Luke Bogle - 42
6. Joel Beeche - 39
6. Aaron Douglass - 39
6. Jake Tarca - 39
9. Daniel Sladojevic - 38
10. Jonty Manuel - 37

Posted in: SANFL Senior Football Panthers Football Panthers News  

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Betta Teams: SANFLW Round 2 - South Adelaide vs Norwood

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PanthersTV: South Adelaide vs Sturt Highlights | Round 1, 2019 | SANFLW

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SAFCW Match Report: Round 1 - South Adelaide vs Sturt

Posted by Matt Sampson on 18 February 2019
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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


 

Club contact details

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Noarlunga Downs SA 5168

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E : reception@safc.com.au

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