Junior Match Report: U18s claim points at the Parade

Posted by Mark Clayton on 19 April 2019
Junior Match Report: U18s claim points at the Parade
 

Under-18s Match Report

South Adelaide @ Norwood
Round 4 - Coopers Stadium - 17/04/19

South Adelaide 4.1 7.2 8.3 11.4 70
Norwood 1.1 3.3 4.5 7.8 50


Goals: Hamilton, Riddle 3, Grimley 2, McCreery, Reed, Ryan
Best: Hamilton, Dumesny, Clifton, Kraemer, Williams, Oliver

South Adelaide's Under-18s have claimed a 20-point victory over Norwood at the Parade on Wednesday night.

In Round 4 we played our fourth game in a row at an away venue. This time against Norwood at the Parade, grinding out a 20-point win!

This week we made two changes to the team that lost to North by less than a kick last weekend.

Matthew Coulthard came out due to injury, which opened the door for Wade Sweetman from Encounter Bay to play his first game, while Sam Hindes made way for our captain Aaron Douglass to come back in after a week out with illness.

With a short turn around in between games, and this week Playing Norwood at Norwood which is always hard, we needed to prepare well and make sure we had a good start. 

The Redlegs came out firing and kicked the first goal a minute into the game and signs were not good.

To the credit of our players, we steadied quickly and kicked the next four goals, with James Grimley and Mitch Riddle kicking one each and Liam Hamilton kicking two.

We went into the first break with an 18-point lead.

In the second quarter, Norwood controlled the football more and had 20 more disposals and 10 more uncontested marks.

Both teams had the same amount of scoring shots, but we made more of our opportunities in front of goal and extended or lead to 23 points at halftime.

The third quarter was a real arm wrestle and neither team could break free. It took Norwood until halfway through the quarter to kick their first and it took until Grimley kicked his second at the 23-minute mark before we could get one of our own.

Tyler Oliver and Lachlan Williams started to show some form through the midfield.

The last quarter was a worry. In other games we have let teams kick multiple goals in short periods.

The challenge for us was could we control the tempo of the game when Norwood wanted to play quick.

Norwood again kicked the first and looked to have momentum, but we countered with Beau McCreery kicking his first of the night.

The Redlegs kicked their second for the quarter and then missed some other opportunities before Riddle kicked his third for the night 12 minutes in to push our buffer to 21 points.

With eight minutes to go Norwood kicked their third for the quarter, which cut our lead to 13 points and the game was well and truly still alive.

Douglass, Oliver and Hamilton showed some great composure with the ball to soak up time off the clock.

When Hamilton kicked his third the game was out of reach for Norwood.

I was very proud of the players and the way the grinded out a win. They have learned from the past couple of games and got the job done.

Now we have a few days off for Easter, before getting ready to play away game number five against Sturt at Unley in a triple header prior the Reserves and League game.

Round 4
South Adelaide @ Sturt
Peter Motley Oval (Unley Oval) - Wednesday 28th of April at 9.05am

Mark Clayton
Talent Manager

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Betta Teams: SANFL Round 4 - South Adelaide vs Adelaide

Posted by Matt Sampson on 18 April 2019
Betta Teams: SANFL Round 4 - South Adelaide vs Adelaide
 

South Adelaide host the only game of footy in town this Saturday when they take on Adelaide at Flinders University Stadium this weekend.

Coming off of a dramatic draw against Glenelg last weekend, the Panthers will make at least one forced change.

Tough on-baller Nic Schwarz comes out of the side after injuring his wrist against the Tigers.

Coming into the squad is big-bodied midfielder Jesse McKinnon and fierce-tackling forward Darnell Tucker.

Third generation Panther Joseph Haines will also celebrate his 50th League game with South Adelaide.

League action against the Crows gets underway from 2:40pm, preceded by the senior women's Grand Final rematch between South Adelaide and Norwood at 12:30pm.

The first 50 kids through the gates will receive a free Panthers footy, while specky machines, a jumping castle and the Triple M Rock Patrol will also be set up in the Family Friendly area.

Keep an eye out for the Easter Bunny handing out treats are the ground as well!

Round Details

What: SANFL Round 4 - South Adelaide vs Adelaide
Where: Flinders University Stadium (Noarlunga)
When: Saturday, April 20 - League 2:40pm; Women's 12:30pm
Tickets: available here or at the gate

South Adelaide Round 4 SANFL teams presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living


 

Changes

In: McKinnon, Kappler, Tucker
Out: 
New: 
Milestones: Joseph Haines (50 Games)

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Betta Teams: SANFLW Round 9 - South Adelaide vs Norwood

Posted by Matt Sampson on 18 April 2019
Betta Teams: SANFLW Round 9 - South Adelaide vs Norwood
 


It's a Grand Final rematch at Flinders University Stadium this Easter Saturday as South Adelaide clash with Norwood in Noarlunga.

The Panthers will be looking to avenge their Round 2 loss to the Redlegs when they take on the ladder leaders this weekend.

Coming off of a surprise loss at the hands of Glenelg, South have made a raft of changes heading into Round 9.

Adelaide Crows draftee Nikki Gore will be a welcome addition to the blue and white engine room, while Mykala Walker-Murphy returns to the side after being a late omission against the Tigers

Tiffany Copley and Emily Brockhurst return from injury, while Tamara PageCaitlin RadboneEmma GryczewskiAirlie Schirmer and Brooklyn Kraft have all earned recalls.

Young defender Samantha Pratt suffered a concussion against Glenelg and spearhead Dani Goding is unavailable for selection.

Emily Woods, Stacey Huddleston, Grace Duffy, Alana Browne and Emogen Johnson have all been omitted from the team.

Women's League action gets underway at Flinders University Stadium from 12:30pm Saturday afternoon, followed by the League match at 2:40pm.

Entry is free to the SANFLW game before 12:30pm. Parking around the ground is available all day at $5 per vehicle.

South Adelaide Round 9 SANFLW teams presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living


 

Round Details

What: SANFLW Round 9 - South Adelaide vs Norwood
Where: Flinders University Stadium (Noarlunga)
When: Saturday, April 20 - Women's 12:30pm; League 2:40pm
Entry: Free before 12:30pm

Changes

In: Gore, Walker-Murphy, Copley, Page, Radbone, Gryczewski, Schirmer, Kraft, Brockhurst
Out: Woods (omitted), Huddleston (omitted), Duffy (omitted), Browne (omitted), Pratt (concussion), Goding (unavailable), Johnson (omitted)
New:
Milestones: 

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Betta Teams: Reserves Round 4 - South Adelaide vs Norwood

Posted by Matt Sampson on 17 April 2019
Betta Teams: Reserves Round 4 - South Adelaide vs Norwood
 

South Adelaide's Reserves get your Easter footy fix off to an early start against Norwood tomorrow night.

Round Details

What: Reserves Round 4 - South Adelaide @ Norwood
Where: Coopers Stadium (Norwood)
When: Thursday, April 18 - Reserves 4:40pm
Tickets: Free

South Adelaide Round 4 Reserves selections presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living

Reserves

Baker, Beenham, Colwell, Elmes, Fairlie, Freitag, Heaslip, Helyar, Hoey, Illingworth, Juckers, Kappler, Kennedy, Lovering, Manuel, McGree, Milsom, Neville, Sladojevic, Snelling, Whitbread

In: Heaslip, Manuel, Neville
Out: Biemans (hamstring), McKinnon (League), Tucker (League)

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Betta Teams: Juniors - South Adelaide @ Norwood

Posted by Matt Sampson on 16 April 2019
Betta Teams: Juniors - South Adelaide @ Norwood
 

South Adelaide's hit the road again as they face Norwood at the Parade on Wednesday evening.

Round Details

What: South Adelaide @ Norwood - U18s R4; U16s R7
Where: Coopers Stadium
When: Wednesday, April 17 - U18s 7:40pm; U16s 5:25pm
Entry: Free

Junior teams presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living

Under-18s

Number Name Local Club
1 Phoenix Spicer Morphettville
2 Connor Sampson Myponga/Sellicks
4 Max Clifton Flagstaff Hill
5 Wade Sweetman Encounter Bay
7 Liam Nye Willunga
8 Tyler Oliver Goodwood Saints
9 Jack Fitzgerald Yankalilla
10 Beau Mccreery Cove
13 Mitch Riddle Brighton
15 Liam Hamilton Happy Valley
16 Shannon Jones Langhorne Creek
17 Harry Spacie Happy Valley
19 Jack Barter Morphett Vale
20 Marcus Lippett Encounter Bay
21 Hayden Kernahan Cove
22 Zachary Dumesny Brighton
24 Aaron Douglass Willunga
27 Boyd Austin Reynella
28 James Grimley McLaren
30 Jordan Bastian Brighton
31 Samuel Hindes Kangarilla
34 Lachlan Williams Encounter Bay
35 Nicholas Kraemer Reynella
36 Matthew Reed Flagstaff Hill
37 Ben Ryan Happy Valley

In:
Out: Clinton Calyun, Matthew Coulthard

Under-16s

Number Name Local Club
1 Talon Copley Reynella
2 Lachlan Hayes Cove
3 Zaine Norman-Brown Willunga
4 Dylan Brown Happy Valley
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
16 Jack Ball Reynella
18 Mitchell Reilly Encounter Bay
19 Jamison Snelling Noarlunga
21 Matty Roberts Langhorne Creek
24 Jaxon Sampson Brighton
25 Heath Treloar Victor Harbor
29 Oakley Johnson Encounter Bay
30 Will Verrall Christies Beach
31 Harrison Gardner Reynella
32 Kosta Dekoning Goolwa/Pt Elliot
33 Arlo Draper Willunga
36 Jonty Murphy Christies Beach

In: Jackson Sampson
Out: Jake Stummer-Harvey, Jayden Morton

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Injury Report: Round 3

Posted by Matt Sampson on 16 April 2019
Injury Report: Round 3
Player Name Injury Estimated Return
Nic Schwarz* Wrist Test
Jesse Moffa Thumb Test
Anthony Biemans* Hamstring 4 weeks
Eamon Wilkinson Knee 4 weeks
Luke Bogle Wrist 6-8 weeks
Tate Coleman Lower Back Indefinite
Tyler Davies Knee Indefinite


*Indicates injured last match

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Women's Match Report: Panthers fall to Glenelg at the Bay

Posted by Matt Sampson on 15 April 2019
Women's Match Report: Panthers fall to Glenelg at the Bay
 

SAFCW Match Report

South Adelaide @ Glenelg
Round 8 - ACH Group Stadium - 13/04/19

South Adelaide 0.1 0.1 1.2 2.6 18
Glenelg 1.0 3.1 3.2 5.2 32


Goals: Haussen, Kirk
Best: Buchanan, Jarvis, Cavouras, Wright, Haussen, Smith
Injuries: 

South Adelaide's senior women fell short against Glenelg at ACH Group Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

The loss puts an end to a five-game winning streak for the Panthers and brings third and fourth-placed North and West within a game of the reigning premiers on the ladder.

The Panthers had the first scoring shot of the game, a running effort from Indy Tahau that drifting wide. It would prove to be South's only score until deep into the third term.

Glenelg came out with greater intensity and tackling pressure than the visitors in the first term and were rewarded with the only major score of the quarter.

Ellen Fauser was the recipient of a high tackle free kick and made no mistake with her set shot from the top of the goal square.

Young Tiger Lauren Bungey gave her side a three goal buffer at halftime thanks to two quick goals in the second term.

The first from a goal mouth scramble and the second a classy snap shot after gathering a contested ground ball.

It put the Panthers in an unfamiliar position, as they stared down their second biggest halftime deficit of the season.

Skipper Lauren Buchanan was fighting hard for her side, while Elke Jarvis battled admirably in defence in her first game of the season.

However, without their usual guns firing in the middle of the ground, Glenelg worked their way into control of the stoppage battle, winning 30 clearances to 19 for the game.

The Bays were also controlling the football in the confined spaces of ACH Group Stadium, winning the lions share of the possession count.

 

 

South began to find their feet in the second half, with a goal in the third to Elyse Haussen and Jess Kirk major in the fourth cutting the Bay lead to four.

However, rapid fire goals to Bungey and Samantha Franson deep into the final term put the result beyond doubt.

Round 9 action sees the Panthers return home to Flinders University Stadium for a Grand Final rematch with Norwood on Easter Saturday (Saturday, April 20).

Women's league action gets underway from 12:30pm, followed by the League game between South Adelaide and Adelaide from 2:40pm.

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League Match Report: Dramatic draw at the Bay

Posted by Matt Sampson on 15 April 2019
League Match Report: Dramatic draw at the Bay
 

League Match Report

South Adelaide @ Glenelg
Round 3 - ACH Group Stadium - 13/04/19

South Adelaide 3.5 4.9 7.16 9.16 70
Glenelg 1.3 2.3 4.4 10.10 70


Goals: Overall 3, Fitt, Cailotto 2, Cross, Schwarz
Best: Schwarz, Haines, Overall, Haren, Crabb, Davis
Injuries: Schwarz (wrist)
Crowd: 2365

South Adelaide and Glenelg have played out a dramatic draw at ACH Group Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

The Panthers looked in control with a 35-point lead early in the final term, but the Bays stormed home to kick six of the last seven goals and level a 9.16 (70) to 10.10 (70) stalemate.

South will be ruing some inaccurate finishing in front of the big sticks that could have put the margin beyond reach, while the Tigers could likewise have pinched an unlikely victory if not for some wayward kicking in the dying stages.

It was a particularly empty result for the Panthers given the occasion of beloved club man Bradley Crabb's 200th appearance in blue and white.

A bright light of the afternoon was the strong performance of Nic Schwarz, who impressed with 22 touches, eight tackles, six clearances and a goal as he continues to round into form after a year on the sidelines.

Joseph Haines (23 touches) found plenty of the ball down back, while Crabb stood tall against Liam McBean, who was coming off of a bag of nine goals against the Crows, and Ben Haren (18 disposals and six marks) looks at home in his new role in the Panthers back six.

Up forward Sam Overall was the shining light, shaking off injury concerns around his groin from Round 2, catching everything that came his way and slotting three goals for the game.

The visitors did start the more positive of the combatants.

Alex Cailotto broke a 10 minute deadlock after taking a strong pack mark and kicking truly

Dangerous Tigers forward Josh Scott and big-bodied Panther Liam Fitt exchanged major scores before Cailotto's second at the quartertime siren bumped the Panthers lead to 13 at the first break.

Overall got his first on the board in the second term with a remarkable soccered effort off the deck, but Josh Koster soon replied for the Bays.

 

 

Both teams continued to be wasteful in front of goals, combining for 6.11 as they headed to the rooms. However, the Panthers looked in charge of proceedings with a three-goal lead.

The third term maintained a similar path, with the teams struggling with their radar and South just edging out Glenelg on the scoreboard to take a six-goal lead to the final break.

The theme looked to persist once Joel Cross goalled in the fifth minute to bump the buffer to 35 points.

However, the game flipped remarkably on it's head as the Bays strong armed control of the match.

A running goal to Jesse White and two to Luke Hosie cut the lead to 17, before Overall stood coolly at the drop of the ball and steadied to slot his third against the run of play.

It wouldn't prove enough to stop Glenelg's charge though, as the hosts got their tails up and began to run riot out of stoppage.

Even a horrific broken arm suffered by spearhead Scott couldn't stem the flow of Tigers goals.

Behinds to Marlon Motlop, McBean and Luke Reynolds and a spinning snap sent out on the full by Finn Betterman got the Tigers within inches of an unlikely win, but ultimately nothing could separate the two sides by the final siren.

The result sees South move down to second on the ladder, half a game off of an unbeaten Norwood outfit and sets up an intriguing contest with the Crows on Easter Saturday, who knocked off Woodville-West Torrens in Round 2.

Make sure to get out to Flinders University Stadium (Noarlunga) next Saturday (2.40pm, Saturday, April 20) to cheer the Panthers on. 

The match will be preceded by the Grand Final rematch between South Adelaide and Norwood's women's teams (12:30pm).

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Reserves Match Report: Panthers storm home to steal win at the Bay

Posted by Matt Sampson on 15 April 2019
Reserves Match Report: Panthers storm home to steal win at the Bay
 

Reserves Match Report

South Adelaide @ Glenelg
Round 3 - ACH Group Stadium - 13/04/19

South Adelaide 4.2 5.5 6.7 9.8 62
Glenelg 2.1 4.5 5.10 7.16 58


Goals: Illingworth 2, Hoey, Elmes, Freitag, Sladojevic, Kennedy, Helyar, Kappler
Best: Lovering, Helyar, Kennedy, Tucker, McKinnon, Colwell
Injuries: Biemans (hamstring)

South Adelaide's Reserves stormed home to steal a thrilling victory against Glenelg at ACH Group Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

The visitors played from in front for the majority of the game, but let the Tigers back into the contest in the final term.

However, the young Panthers showed great resilience to claw their way back and kick the final three goals of the game to pinch a 9.8 (62) to 7.16 (58) win.

South got out of the blocks the quick of the two sides, with Brett Kennedy opening the scoring five minutes into the first quarter.

Both teams traded goals before Tarik Illingworth's second major of the term opened up a 13-point buffer for the visitors at the first change.

As the League side prepared to celebrate Brad Crabb's 200th SANFL game, it was two other Kangaroo Island products in Tate Lovering (20 touches) and Coby Helyar (21 disposals, eight tackles and a goal) that were the catalysts for the Reserves strong showing.

South pushed out to a 20-point lead midway through the second, but Glenelg continued to hang on and slotted the last two goals of the half to bring the margin back to six points.

The third was a similar arm wrestle, with both sides spraying shots at goal. Lee Hoey provided the only major score for the Panthers before Timmy Sumner cut the difference to three in the final minute of the term.

It set up a grandstand finish for two sides that had last played each other only a week ago. South confident in capturing another win and Glenelg pushing hard to amends for their performance in Round 2.

Glenelg started the final stanza with their tails up, kicking the first two goals to grab their first lead since the 10th minute of the first term.

However, goals to Jaidan Kappler and Daniel Sladojevic drew scores level with six minutes to play.

The Tigers nudged their noses in front with two behinds, but it would be another Kangaroo Island native that would stand the tallest.

Big Damon Freitag kicked his first for the afternoon at the opportune moment to give his side a four-point lead. One they would not relinquish in the tense final moments.

One sour note from the win was tough forward Anthony Biemans re-injuring his hamstring in the first quarter in his first game back from the same ailment.

The win elevates the Panthers into fourth on the Reserves ladder.

The Reserves now prepare for a short turnaround to face Norwood at the Parade this Thursday evening.

Action gets underway at Coopers Stadium from 4:40pm, Thursday, April 18.

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Junior Match Report: U18s fall just short at Prospect

Posted by Mark Clayton on 15 April 2019
Junior Match Report: U18s fall just short at Prospect
 

Under-18s Match Report

South Adelaide @ North Adelaide
Round 3 - Prospect Oval - 13/04/19

South Adelaide 1.0 4.3 8.7 11.10 76
North Adelaide 2.4 6.7 9.7 12.9 81


Goals: Hamilton 3, Grimley 2, Hindes, Spicer, Reed, Riddle, Dumesny, McCreery
Best: Dumesny, Hamilton, Lippett, Clifton, Ryan, Nye

South Adelaide's Under-18s lost a nail-biting to North Adelaide at Prospect Oval on Saturday afternoon.

In Round 3 we played our second game at Prospect in three weeks, this time against North Adelaide losing another close game by under a goal.

We looked to have an unchanged line until our skipper Aaron Douglass had to pull out late, which gave an opportunity to Happy Valley big guy Ben Ryan.

We had a slow start, over-possessing the football. North put us under pressure and were far more direct, but missed some opportunities and we were lucky to kick out first on the siren at quarter time through Liam Hamilton.

To start the second quarter we came out strong, kicking the first three goals through Phoenix Spicer, Mitch Riddle and Liam Hamilton's second before again having another lapse in concentration.

In the last 10 minutes of the second North took control kicking four goals, while we hardly touched the footy

Halftime couldn't come quick enough and we went into the main break 16 points down with plenty of work to do.

The third started poorly and by the 10 minute mark North had kicked the first three goals of the quarter to take the lead out to 32 points.

However, we then started to play. We kicked the next four goals and started to gain some momentum. Eventually we went into the final change 6 points down, but I could see the players thought they were a chance.

James Grimley got an early one in the last quarter and then Matthew Reed kicked one to give us the lead. However, we were not able to make the most of some opportunities.

We traded goals before North kicked the final two of the game to win by five points.

Although we didn't get the points I am sure we will review, learn and move on quickly this week given our Round 4 match is this Wednesday night.

We take on the Redlegs at the Parade before having a few days off for Easter.

Round 4
South Adelaide @ Norwood
Coopers Stadium - Wednesday 17th of April at 7.40pm

Mark Clayton
Talent Manager

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Betta Teams: Juniors - U18 Round 10

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 13 June 2019
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Betta Teams: SANFL Round 10 - South Adelaide vs Glenelg

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 13 June 2019
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Junior Match Report: U18s late fight back wasn't enough

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 12 June 2019
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SANFL LADDER

  • GLENELG

    15

  • ADELAIDE

    15

  • NORWOOD

    14

  • SOUTH ADELAIDE

    10

  • STURT

    10

  • PORT ADELAIDE

    10

  • WOODVILLE-WEST TORRENS

    8

  • CENTRALS

    4

  • WEST ADELAIDE

    2

  • NORTH ADELAIDE

    -2

2019 SOUTH ADELAIDE FIXTURE

  • SANFL Round 10

    South Adelaide vs Glenelg
    Venue: Flinders University Stadium (Noarlunga)
    Date: Sunday, June 16
    Time: 2:10pm


  • SANFL Round 11

    West Adelaide vs South Adelaide
    Venue: City Mazda Stadium
    Date: Sunday, June 30
    Time: 2:10pm


  • SANFL Round 12

    South Adelaide vs Sturt
    Venue: Flinders University Stadium (Noarlunga)
    Date: Sunday, July 7
    Time: 2:10pm


  • SANFL Round 13

    South Adelaide vs Eagles
    Venue: Flinders University Stadium (Noarlunga)
    Date: Saturday, July 13
    Time: 2:10pm


  • SANFL Round 14

    Norwood vs South Adelaide
    Venue: Coopers Stadium (Norwood)
    Date: Saturday, July 20
    Time: 2:10pm


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