Reserves Match Report: Eagles swoop young Panthers

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

Reserves Match Report

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

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


Goals: Grimley 2, McGree, Carcuro, Milsom

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Betta Teams: SANFL Trial - South Adelaide vs Eagles

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

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

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

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

Trial teams presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living

Game Details

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

League

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

 

Reserves

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

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


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

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

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

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

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

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

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


 

Round Details

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

Changes

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

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Betta Teams: U16s Round 3 - South Adelaide vs Eagles

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

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

Game Details

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

Junior teams presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living

Under-16s

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

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

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South Adelaide and KFC Seaford Rise cook up a winner

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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South Adelaide vs North Adelaide Highlights | Round 4, 2019 | SANFLW

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 18 March 2019
South Adelaide vs North Adelaide Highlights | Round 4, 2019 | SANFLW
 
South Adelaide vs North Adelaide Highlights | Round 4, 2019 | SANFLW
 

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League Match Report: Panthers escape snake but fall to Roosters

Posted by Matt Sampson on 18 March 2019
League Match Report: Panthers escape snake but fall to Roosters
 

League Match Report

SANFL Trial 2
Flinders University Stadium - 16/03/19

South Adelaide       11.7 73
North Adelaide       13.8 86


Goals: Overall 3, Fitt, Whittlesea 2, Irra, Biemans, Davis, Haren

South Adelaide's League escaped a dangerous pitch invader but couldn't overcome North Adelaide in their trial game at Flinders University Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

Play was interrupted towards the end of the second quarter after a reasonable sized brown snake found it's way onto the oval.

The snake slithered under the fence in the south western pocket and was noticed by umpires and players as North's Alex Barns attempted a set shot at the same end of the ground.

Play was abandoned for the remainder of the quarter as both teams headed back to the change rooms while the snake was successfully captured by a local snake catcher.

Unfortunately, the reptilian invasion did not spook the Roosters enough for the Panthers to make a complete comeback and the hosts succumbed to a 11.7 (73) to 13.8 (86) defeat.

South began the game with a bang, as the returning Emmanuel Irra broke free and goalled on the run minutes after the first bounce and Anthony Biemans added a second shortly after.

North steadily worked their way back into the contest with Keanu Miller capitalised on a poor kick out to get his side on the board.

Both teams were playing a free flowing game style and despite a few pre-season jitters it loomed to be a high-scoring affair.

The Roosters made the most of it and headed to the first break with a nine point lead.

The visitors moved into control of the contest in the second quarter and started to consistently win the ball out of the middle of the ground.

It steadily became clear how important centre clearance work will be under the new 6-6-6 starting positions rule as North scored quickly on repeat entries with their key forwards winning one out in attack.

Keenan Ramsey and Barns did the majority of the damage for North, with the pesky Lewis Hender also bobbing up for a pair.

The Panthers forwards also benefitted from the greater space to lead and work their defenders one-on-one.

Tall forward Sam Overall was an imposing presence throughout the contest, taking several strong contest marks and leading South's scorers with three goals.

Meanwhile, Tom Whittlesea and Liam Fitt also added two goals a piece.

Irra's run and carry continued to impress in the vast expanses of Flinders University Stadium, while Nick Liddle looked like he hasn't missed a beat in his first hit out of the season.

New recruit Malcolm Karpany also did some nice things with the ball in hand and Abe Davis and Joel Cross continued to accumulate possessions.

South were the more switched on side after the snake-enforced longer break.

The hosts steadily worked off signs of rust and as the skill errors reduced their scoring impact increased, winning the second half 5.5 to 3.3.

Ultimately it was the visitors that walked away with the win, but there were plenty of positive signs for Jarrad Wright's men to build upon in their lead up to round one.

The League side play their final game of the trial matches phase at 1:10pm this Saturday playing against the Eagles at Flinders University Stadium.

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

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Reserves Match Report: Panthers can't hold off fast finishing Roosters

Posted by Matt Sampson on 18 March 2019
Reserves Match Report: Panthers can't hold off fast finishing Roosters
 

Reserves Match Report

SANFL Trial 2
Flinders University Stadium - 16/03/19

South Adelaide 4.5 5.7 7.10 9.13 67
North Adelaide 2.0 9.1 11.3 15.5 95


Goals: Hall 3, Freitag, Sladojevic 2, Beeche, Emery

South Adelaide's Reserves couldn't contain a fast-finishing Roosters side and fell to a 28-point loss at Flinders University Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

The young Panthers were playing their first trial as a unit after a mixed team with the League side ran out against the Magpies the week prior and got off to a fast start.

Joel Beeche opened the scoring for the hosts just minutes into the game following a clever snap in traffic, before Jayden Hall snapped home his first of three goals for the game.

Under-18 Daniel Sladojevic marked strongly and converted his first shortly after and Hall had a second after an accurate set shot.

North's Strato Agorastos pulled two back for the visitors and South took a 17-point lead into the first change.

However, the second term was all North Adelaide, as they slammed home 7.1 to 1.2 and took a three goal lead into the sheds.

The Panthers did fight back in the third term, edging the quarter 2.3 to 2.2.

Young ruckman Damon Freitag imposed himself on the contest with some strong body work at the stoppages, working in tandem with Cameron McGree.

Meanwhile, Freitag and Sladojevic provided a strong marking presence up forward, which was soured only by some inaccurate finishing in front of the sticks (kicking 2.3 each).

Meanwhile, Under-18s graduates Darnell TuckerReece Milsom and Tarik Illingworth impressed with their ball use throughout the contest.

The final term again belonged to the Roosters, as South struggled to contain their strong marking forwards.

The seconds will have their final tune up before the season proper against Woodville-West Torrens this Saturday morning.

Action gets underway at 10:30am and is following by the League side's final trial (1:10pm) and Round 5 of the SANFL Statewide Super Women's League (3:45pm - also against the Eagles).

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Junior Match Report: U16s fall to West in Round 2

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 18 March 2019
Junior Match Report: U16s fall to West in Round 2
 

Junior Match Report

Under-16 - Round 2
Flinders University Stadium - 17/03/19

South Adelaide 3.0 5.0 7.0 8.2 50
West Adelaide 3.1 9.1 13.3 17.7 109


Goals: Magor 3, Roberts, Rogers 2, Payne
Best: Roberts, Draper, Rogers, Brunton, Magor, D. Brown

South Adelaide's Under-16s went down by 59 points to West Adelaide on Sunday morning at Flinders University Stadium.

After an even first quarter, our young Panthers couldn't keep up well drilled Bloods outfit and fell to a 8.2 (50) to 17.7 (109) defeat.

Like last week, the boys got off to a slow start, but we worked our way into the first quarter.

We were playing some direct footy into our attacking half with some deep entries and gave our forwards a good chance to score.

We kicked three goals for the quarter and went into the first break down only a point.

However, after quartertime things did not go to plan.

Credit to West Adelaide, they played some really good football. They were really clean moving the ball and broke from stoppage with good speed and spread and we failed to defend it well at all.

Our skill execution and decision making fell away after quartertime and we went away from our structures too much with our defensive stoppage positioning and not controlling the ball down back, playing on too much and kicking it down the line and into Westies hands.

This meant we also didn't give our forwards great opportunities to score.

Matty Roberts had a real crack for us in another standout performance, but it was a poor team performance that we will need to build on at training this week

Full credit though to West for playing a great game. Their accuracy in front of goals and ability to hurt us off of turnovers really put the game away.

I think we learned a valuable lesson in how we need to prepare and be ready to play.

We were perhaps 5% off our game at the first bounce and West were switched on and clean from the get go.

It is a good lesson for our young guys to learn that at this level you can't afford to go into a game anything less than 100% focused.

We look forward to another week on the training track developing this side and getting ready to play the Eagles on Sunday.

Clay Sampson
U16 Head Coach

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SAFCW Match Report: Round 4 - South Adelaide vs North Adelaide

Posted by Matt Sampson on 18 March 2019
SAFCW Match Report: Round 4 - South Adelaide vs North Adelaide
 

SAFCW Match Report

South Adelaide vs North Adelaide
Round 4 - Flinders University Stadium - 15/03/19

South Adelaide 0.0 1.5 3.6 5.9 39
North Adelaide 4.1 5.2 5.2 6.2 38


Goals: Tahau, Kirk, Walker-Murphy, Browne, Campbell
Best: Gore, Campbell, Munyard, Hammond, Tahau, Walker-Murphy 
Injuries: None

South Adelaide' senior women pulled off a remarkable comeback win over North Adelaide at Flinders University Stadium on Friday evening.

Nicole Campbell was the hero for the home side, coolly slotting the match-winning goal from 20m out with just five second remaining to cap off an incredible turnaround.

The Panthers trailed by as many as 29 points midway through the second quarter, but piled on five of the last four goals of the game to run out stunning 5.9 (39) to 6.2 (38) winners on the evening.

The Roosters started the better of the two teams, slamming home the first four goals of the game and holding South scoreless through the first quarter.

It took until the 14th minute of the second for the Panthers to register a major score, as young forward Indy Tahau fended off her opponent and curled one home at the northern end.

The Panthers were dominating possession (224 - 171) and time in their forward half (12 inside 50s to 36), but struggled to put on any serious scoreboard pressure.

Inaccuracy in front of goals was the theme of the second term and South headed into the change rooms with a 21-point defecit to overcome.

However, South began to wrestle their way ontop of the contest after halftime as their best players continued to get their hands on the footy.

Nikki Gore (24 touches) and Campbell (14 possessions) continued to work the ball forward, while Hannah Munyard and Cheyenne Hammond started to influence the game with their trademark run and carry.


 

Repeat forward entries eventually turned into repeat scores. Mykala Walker-Murphy got on the end of a couple of neat passes and slotted her first of the evening midway through the third.

Jess Kirk added South's second of the term with a spectacular soccered shot off the deck and all of a sudden the difference was back to eight points.

A goal to Alana Browne early in the final quarter cut the margin to a single point and an upset victory looked to be brewing as the Panthers surged forward with all of the momentum.

However, minutes later Emma Gryczewski was whistled for a push in the back after a heavy tackle at the top of the goal square.

North's Christie Castle converted the simple set shot and with their lead back out to a two kick advantage halfway through the final stanza the Roosters looked back in the drivers seat.

South refused to lay down and continued to work the ball forward. A handy behind to Walker-Murphy and a rushed behind brought the margin back within a kick and set up a grandstand finish.

With 80 seconds to play, and a five point lead in hand, North received a free kick for high contact in the middle of the centre square and things looked dire for a Panthers comeback.

However, Montana McKinnon cut off the kick down the line and fed the ball back to Gryczewski. Her kick went wide to the feet of Munyard, who stepped inside and threaded a neat pass to Teah Charlton.

She played on to her preferred right foot and shot a speculative ball to Kirk, which was crumbed cleanly by Walker-Murphy who just got boot to ball before being dragged down just inside the forward 50.

Campbell read it best and took a strong chest mark 20m out on a slight angle before calmly walking back and converting the matching-winning set shot.

The win leaves South in third position on the ladder on equal points with second placed Glenelg and just a win behind competition leaders Norwood.

Round 5 action sees the Panthers take on SANFL Statewide Super Women's League newbies Woodville-West Torrens at 3:45pm this Saturday at Flinders University Stadium, following the Reserves (10:30am) and League (1:10pm) trials also against the Eagles.

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SANFL LADDER

  • NORWOOD

    8

  • SOUTH ADELAIDE

    6

  • GLENELG

    5

  • ADELAIDE

    5

  • PORT ADELAIDE

    4

  • CENTRAL DISTRICT

    4

  • WOODVILLE-WEST TORRENS

    2

  • STURT

    2

  • WEST ADELAIDE

    2

  • NORTH ADELAIDE

    -2


SANFLW LADDER

  • NORWOOD

    16

  • SOUTH ADELAIDE

    14

  • NORTH ADELAIDE

    12

  • WEST ADELAIDE

    12

  • GLENELG

    10

  • STURT

    4

  • CENTRAL DISTRICT

    4

  • WOODVILLE-WEST TORRENS

    0


2019 SOUTH ADELAIDE FIXTURE

  • SANFL Round 5

    Sturt vs South Adelaide
    Venue: Peter Motley Oval
    Date: Sunday, April 28
    Time: 2:10pm


  • SANFL Round 6

    South Adelaide vs West Adelaide
    Venue: Flinders University Stadium (Noarlunga)
    Date: Saturday, May 4
    Time: 1:10pm


  • SANFLW Round 10

    South Adelaide vs West Adelaide
    Venue: Flinders University Stadium (Noarlunga)
    Date: Saturday, May 4
    Time: 3:45pm


  • SANFL Round 7

    North Adelaide vs South Adelaide
    Venue: Prospect Oval
    Date: Saturday, May 18
    Time: 2:10pm


  • SANFL Round 8

    Woodville-West Torrens vs South Adelaide
    Venue: Maughan Thiem Kia Oval (Woodville)
    Date: Saturday, June 1
    Time: 2:40pm


 

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