League Match Report: Panthers take full points home from Elizabeth

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 5 August 2019
League Match Report: Panthers take full points home from Elizabeth
 

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South Adelaide @ Central District
Round 16 - X Convenience Oval - 03/08/19

South Adelaide 5.1 8.3 9.8 11.13 79
Central District  1.2 1.4 6.5 7.7 49


Goals: Fitt, Overall, Davis, Whittlesea 2, Cross, Milsom, Heaslip
Best: Cross, Liddle, Brown, Karpany, Haines, Davis
Injuries: Noble (Hamstring)
Attendance: 1544

South Adelaide stay in the hunt with a strong five-goal win over Central Districts at X Convenience Oval on Saturday.

An outstanding first-half display by the Panthers helped set up the victory; with the visitors booting eight first-half goals while holding the Bulldogs to just one.

However, an inaccurate third term by the Panthers nearly cost them the match as their lead was halved heading into the final quarter.

Luckily, South Adelaide was able to regroup and come out with a 11.13 (79) to 7.7 (49) win to join the winners list for the first time since round 11.

It was Central District who opened the scoring with a goal at the seventh-minute mark of the first quarter.

Having struggled over the previous month, South Adelaide struck back in a spectacular fashion with eight unanswered goals.

It began with Ben Heaslip (19 disposals, three marks, and five tackles) when he kicked truly at the tenth-minute mark.

Just two minutes later, Sam Overall (12 disposals and three marks) handed the Panthers the lead with his first goal of the game.

The Panthers then cleared the ball out of the centre and handed it straight to Liam Fitt (12 disposals, four marks, and four tackles) whose deadly accuracy gave the Panthers their third goal in as many minutes.

The Panthers went on to continue their dominance in the midfield; finishing with 42 clearances to Central's 30 which helped them gather 48 inside 50s to the Bulldogs 29.

Abe Davis then joined the growing list of goalkickers with his first of the day; he went on to continue his run of strong performances; gathering 24 disposals, six marks and five inside 50s.

Also continuing their run of impressive performances was Joel Cross; who would go on to collect 31 disposals, nine marks, six tackles, and four clearances before the game would end.

Cross also joined the goalkickers late in the first quarter; sending the Panthers into the first break with a 5.1 (31) to 1.2 (8) lead following what was arguably their best and most accurate opening quarter this season.

Also busy around the ground was Ben Haren (19 disposals, three marks, and five tackles) and Hayden Sampson (20 disposals, three marks, and six tackles).

Coming out after the first break, Davis booted his second goal in the second minute of the second quarter to continue the Panthers momentum.

Nick Liddle followed up just four minutes later with his first goal of the match.

Liddle was busy all game; finishing with 27 disposals, four marks, four tackles, and five clearances.

19-year-old Eamon Wilkinson, who spent 2018 injured with an ACL, capped off his remarkable comeback story with 12 disposals, three marks, and three inside 50s on debut.

Meanwhile, Emmanuel Irra celebrated his fiftieth game for South Adelaide with 16 disposals, seven marks, and four tackles.

The game broke down into more of a struggle in the second quarter; with both teams combining to finish with 150 tackles.

Overall's second goal late in the second quarter; sent the Panthers into halftime with an 8.3 (51) to 1.4 (10) lead.

Central District opened the scoring in the second half with their first goal since the seventh-minute mark of the first quarter.

What followed was reminiscent of the infamous third quarter fade out; as the home side booted another four unanswered goals to cut Souths lead to just 15 points.

With Roy Laird's men seemingly ready to mount an outstanding comeback, Fitt was able to steady the side with his second goal of the game at the twenty-fourth-minute mark to send the Panthers into the final break with a 9.8 (62) to 6.5 (41) lead.

Thomas Whittlesea (15 disposals, three marks, and three tackles) would join the goalkickers with his first of the match, just two minutes into the final quarter.

First gamer Eamon Wilkinson and third gamer Reece Milsom celebrate their first win. Image: Nick Hook Photography 

Centrals were able to reply with a goal of their own; however, Whittlesea's second goal all but sealed the 11.13 (79) to 7.7 (49) win.

The win was built on the back of strong and key performances coming from all around the ground.

Joseph Haines finished with 21 disposals, ten marks, five tackles and seven rebound 50s.

Meanwhile, Malcolm Karpany collected 22 disposals, seven tackles and ten clearances.

With South Adelaide's final chances still alive; they now face North Adelaide at Flinders University Stadium on Sunday, August 18 from 2:10pm.

 
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Reserves Match Report: Panthers roar past Dogs.

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 5 August 2019
Reserves Match Report: Panthers roar past Dogs.
 

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South Adelaide @ Central District
Round 16 - X Convenience Oval - 03/08/19

South Adelaide 4.2 5.3 8.5 13.6 84
Central District 3.1 9.3 11.5 12.7 79


Goals: Illingworth 4, Emery, McKinnon, Bogle 2, McGree, Rosman, Whitbread
Best: McKinnon, Bogle, Loneragan, Davies, Emery, Illingworth
Injuries: Hoey (Finger), Juckers (Shoulder)

The South Adelaide Reserves continue their run of success with another come from behind win; this time against Central Districts at X Convenience Oval on Saturday.

In a similar fashion to the win over Glenelg last week, the Panthers booted five goals to the Bulldogs one in the final quarter to set up the narrow 12.7 (79) to 13.6 (84) victory.

The Panthers started the better out of the two sides, however, a costly second quarter saw them trail by four goals at halftime.

The win keeps the South Adelaide Reserves chances of making finals alive; as they currently sit just one win out with two matches left to play.

The first goal of the game came through Luke Bogle who would go on to collect 26 disposals, seven marks, ten tackles, and five clearances by the time the game had ended.

What followed was a first-quarter shoot out between the two sides.

However, three goals by Tarik Illingworth (13 disposals and six marks) which included two goals in two minutes; sent the Panthers into the first break with a 4.2 (26) to 3.1 (19) lead.

Coming out after the first break, Central District kicked three goals in ten minutes before the Panthers could steady through a goal by Jesse McKinnon.

McKinnon would go on to collect 27 disposals, four tackles and nine clearances in an impressive display.

However, the home side managed to kick another three unanswered goals in the last seven minutes of the quarter; giving the Panthers a four-goal deficit at the main break.

Kyle Emery celebrates kicking one of his two important goals midway through the last quarter. Image: Nick Hook Photography

With plenty of work to do in the third quarter; the game broke into a struggle with the first goal of the second half coming by the Bulldogs at the eleventh-minute mark.

McKinnon was able to respond with his second and Joshua Rosman (15 disposals and seven marks) followed with his first of the game.

Sam Whitbread (19 disposals, six marks, and four tackles) managed to kick his first goal of the game as well; however, a late goal by the Bulldogs put the deficit to two goals at the last break.

Illingworth booted his fourth goal of the game to start the last quarter before Cam McGree (12 disposals and 22 hit outs) joined the long list of goalkickers.

Bogle kicked his second goal of the game. Then two goals in two minutes by Kyle Emery (18 disposals, eight marks, and seven tackles) gave the Panthers a valuable two-goal buffer.

A late goal by the Bulldogs saw the lead drop to single digits with a minute of play left; however, the Panthers were able to hold on and keep their final dreams alive.

The South Adelaide Reserves now face North Adelaide at Flinders University Stadium on Sunday, August 18 from 11:30am.

 
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Betta Teams: Juniors - U18 Round 16

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 1 August 2019
Betta Teams: Juniors - U18 Round 16
 

South Adelaide's Under-18s make the longest trip in SANFL to Elizabeth to take on the Dogs.

Coming off another strong performance over the Tigers that has seen the Under-18s jump back into the final four, the boys will be looking to take home an important two points as the race for September action heats up.

The Panthers have confirmed two outs with Round 14 Cardijn College Junior Player of the week Beau McCreery and Sam Hindes due to injury. 

However, returning to the side is Harry Spacie after a shoulder has kepted him sidelined. 

Joining him is Issac Birt who is set to play his first game, while Shannon JonesMatthew Coulthard and Jack Fitzgerald all return to the squad. 

The Under-18s kick off a triple headder at the Ponderosa on Saturday afternoon following the Reserves and League. 

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Under-18s

What: South Adelaide @ Central Dristrict
Where: X Convenience Oval (Elizabeth)
When: Saturday, August 3 - 3:40 pm
Entry: Free

Number Name Local Club
2 Connor Sampson Myponga Sellicks FC
3 Matthew Coulthard OSB Lonsdale 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
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
17 Harry Spacie Happy Valley FC
19 Jack Flett Happy Valley FC
21 Hayden Kernahan Cove FC
24 Aaron Douglass Willunga FC
30 Jayden Little Flagstaff Hill FC
33 Arlo Draper Willunga FC
34 Lachlan Williams Encounter Bay FC
35 Nicholas Kraemer Reynella FC
37 Ben Ryan Happy Valley FC
39 Damon Freitag Wisanger FC
40 Daniel Sladojevic PHOS Camden FC


In: Birt, Coulthard, Fitzgerald, Jones, Spacie

Out: Hindes (injured), McCreery (injured)

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Betta Teams: SANFL Round 16 - South Adelaide @ Central District

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 1 August 2019
Betta Teams: SANFL Round 16 - South Adelaide @ Central District
 

South Adelaide name their eleventh debutant ahead of Saturdays clash against the Dogs. 

The Panthers travel to X Convenience Oval on Saturday afternoon hoping to find some form away from home. 

One change is confirmed with Lee Hoey coming out, while Hayden Sampson and Tate Coleman are named in the 23-man squad, that will be cut to 21 by the start of Saturday's clash. 

Coleman returns to the squad after an injury-interrupted year that has seen him miss large portions of the season. 

Meanwhile, Panthers Tallent Pathway and Meadows Football Club product Eamon Wilkinson, will become the 1754th player to represent the South Adelaide Football Club in his first league match on Saturday. 

Emmanuel Irra will also line up for his 50th game for the Blue and White, having returned to Noarlunga at the start of the year, after two seasons as a Category B Rookie on Port Adelaide's AFL list. 

The triple treat of Panthers footy kicks of at the Ponderosa on Saturday with the Reserves at 10:30am, League at 1:10pm and Under-18s at 3:40pm  

What: SANFL Round 16 - South Adelaide @ Central District
Where: X Convenience Oval (Elizabeth)
When: Saturday, August 3 - League 1:10pm; Reserves 10:30am; Under-18s 3:40pm
Tickets: Adult $14; Concession $8; Kids U18 free
Watch: SANFL Digital Pass
Listen: 1079 Life FM

South Adelaide Round 16 SANFL teams presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living

Changes

In: Sampson, Coleman, Wilkinson
Out: Hoey (Omitted)
New: Eamon Wilkinson, SAFC Juniors/Meadows Football Club
Milestones: Irra, 50 games for South Adelaide

Reserves

Badger, Beeche, Bogle, Colwell, Davies, Emery, Fitzgerald, Hoey, Illingworth, Juckers, Kappler, Loneragan, Lovering, McKinnon, Moffa, Rosman, Snelling, Tucker, Whitbread, Williams

In: Hoey, Fitzgerald, McKinnon, Rosman

Out: Baker, Coleman (League), Elmes, Kennedy, Wilkinson(League),

 

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McKinnon and Munyard invited to AFLW Combine

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 1 August 2019
McKinnon and Munyard invited to AFLW Combine

Two Premiership Panthers have been invited to the 2019 AFLW Draft Combine. 

Dual Premiership ruck and AFLW Academy member Montana McKinnon and the speedy Hannah Munyard have been invited to take part in the AFLW Draft Combine in October.

Half of the four South Australian players invited are Panthers, which speaks highly to the nature of the South Adelaide Women's Football program, but also the talent in the Southern Zone. 

The 182cm tall Mckinnon had a stand out year in 2019 with 15.2 hitouts per game in the Panthers successful SANFL Statewide Super Women's League campaign.

To cap off Mckinnon's 2019, she was selected as captain of the Central Allies side in the AFL Youth Girls National Championships, and selected in the 2019 AFLW Under-18 All Australian team. 

Munyard, who was the runner up in the 2019 SAFCW Best and Fairest has also had an outstanding year which saw her average a career-high in disposals with 16.2 per game in the SANFLW. Munyard was also selected in the Central Allies team and took part in the SANFLW NGA exhibition matches.  

2019 AFL Combine Invitees

Montana McKinnon (South Adelaide, Morphetville FC) 182cm Ruck
Hannah Munyard (South Adelaide, Mount Barker FC) 162cm Midfielder

Madison Newman (West Adelaide) 168cm Defender
Jaimi Tabb (Woodville-West Torrens) 168cm Utility

The South Adelaide Football Club wishes Montana, Hannah, Madison, and Jaimi all the best for the combine. 

 
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Junior Match Report: U18s storm past the Tigers!

Posted by Mark Clayton on 30 July 2019
Junior Match Report: U18s storm past the Tigers!

Orthopaedics SA Under-18s Match Report

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

South Adelaide 3.2  8.7  12.12  18.15  123
Glenelg 4.2  4.2 7.4 9.6 60


Goals: Sladojevic 6, Freitag, Horne, Ryan, Barrett 2, Riddle, McCreery, Oliver, Cook
Best: Horne, Freitag, Kraemer, Sladojevic, Clifton, Cook,

South Adelaide Under-18s continue on with recent form by taking down the Tigers by 63-points on Sunday morning. 

Coming into round 15, we were preparing for a tough match up against Glenelg.

We have played them twice already this season, having lost both times, by 5 points in round 2 and 2 points in round 10.

We had three forced changes this week again due to college football. 

This was three of our better players form the last game in Matthew Roberts, Marcus Lippett and Zac Dumesny.

This gave an opportunity for us to bring a couple of new players into the team.

After strong performance in our under 17 school holiday state youth championship squad, we choose Brayden Cook and Tom Barrett (both from Happy Valley FC) to make their debut for South Adelaide's Under-18s. 

Lachlan Williams was called up to our reserves, and another Happy Valley player Jack Flett played his second game for the year, this time across half back.

The typical trend continued as we lost the toss and kicked against the breeze for the first quarter.

Within the first minute Glenelg had a shot and missed. We then transitioned the ball with good ball movement to create an opportunity but also missed.

Glenelg then kicked the next two goals to give them a 12-point lead before first gamer Tom Barrett kicked his and our first. 

We then kicked our second through Daniel Sladojevic to bring the score back level, but Glenelg again kicked away with the next two.

Damon Freitag kicked his first and although we had hit all our KPI's we went into quarter time 6 points down.

In the second quarter we had what breeze there was and made the most of it.

We controlled the footy, had good field position, but didn't finish as well as we would have liked kicking 5.5 for the quarter.

Under-18 Captain Aaron Douglas takes a strong mark. Image: Nick Hook Photography.

The positive was nine players hit the score board, so we weren't relying on too few, everyone was contributing.

The backs did an amazing job limiting Glenelg to one inside-50 for the quarter.

We started the third quarter okay kicking the first two through Sladojevic and Cook 

I think we then became too comfortable and went away from our plan slightly, which good sides can take advantage of and Glenelg did, kicking three for the quarter to match us. 

The unselfish Jason Horne put the ball in a dangerous position that saw Ben Ryan mark and goal from the square, extending our half time lead to 38 points.

In the last quarter, we shared the ball with Glenelg with some of the stats looking even except when we went forward.

We looked dangerous having nine shots at goal and kicking 6.3 to Glenelg kicking 2.2.

Again, we had multiple avenues to goal with five goal scorers for the quarter and nine goal scorers for the game.

A 63-point win was a great result, the team looked close and preformed well for most of the day.

Only three games to go and we now sit 4th on the ladder (only on percentage), if we continue our current form, we will play finals.

Round 16
South Adelaide @ Centrals
X Convenience Oval  - Saturday August 3 @ 3:40 pm

Mark Clayton
U18 Head Coach

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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. 

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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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SANFLW LADDER

  • 1. WEST ADELAIDE

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  • 2. NORTH ADELAIDE

    2

  • 3. SOUTH ADELAIDE

    2

  • 4. CENTRAL DISTRICT

    2

  • 5. NORWOOD

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  • 6. WOODVILLE-WEST TORRENS

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  • 7. GLENELG

    0

  • 8. STURT

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2020 SOUTH ADELAIDE FIXTURE

  • SANFLW Round 2

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


  • SANFLW Round 3

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


  • SANFLW Round 4

    South Adelaide vs North Adelaide
    Venue: Flinders University Stadium (Noarlunga)
    Date: Saturday, March 14
    Time: 6:45pm


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