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

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

Southern Volkswagen Women's Match Report

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

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


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Teah Charlton kicks the sealer. Image: Nick Hook Photography

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Betta Teams: SANFLW Grand Final - South Adelaide vs North Adelaide

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 23 May 2019
Betta Teams: SANFLW Grand Final - South Adelaide vs North Adelaide
 


South Adelaide's senior women will look to chase back to back premierships as they come up against North Adelaide in the highly anticipated clash on Sunday. 

The Panthers, who secured a straight path through to the 2019 SANFL StateWide Super Women's League Grand Final thanks to a strong performance over the Redlegs two weeks ago, will look to go back to back when they face North Adelaide on Sunday. 

In the first Sunday game of the year, an extended squad has been named that will be cut by four prior to the bounce on Sunday afternoon. 

Coming into the extended squad is inspirational skipper Lauren Buchanan along with pocket rocket Madison Bennett

Experienced defender Emily Woods and tall forward Danielle Goding also joins the squad after missing the last four games. 

Last time both teams met in Round 4, the Panthers came storming home to snatch the win by just a single point, after being down by as much as 29 mid way through the second. 

The 2019 Women's League Grand Final gets underway at 4:00pm at ACH Group Stadium (Glenelg). 

Entry is free from three-quarter time of the League match between Glenelg and Port Adelaide.

All the action will be streamed via the South Adelaide Digital Pass.

South Adelaide Grand Final SANFLW teams presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living


 

Round Details

What: SANFLW Grand Final - South Adelaide vs North Adelaide
Where: ACH Group Stadium (Glenelg)
When: Sunday, May 26 - 4:00pm (Glenelg vs Port Adelaide League 1:10pm)
Entry: Free at 3/4 time of Glenelg v Port Adelaide League match.
Stream: South Adelaide Digital Pass

Changes

In: Woods, Buchanan, Bennett, Goding. 
Out: 
New:
Milestones: 

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Lauren Buchanan Previews the 2019 SANFLW Grand Final

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 23 May 2019
Lauren Buchanan Previews the 2019 SANFLW Grand Final

Hear from Senior Women's skipper Lauren Buchanan of Sunday's Grand Final clash with North Adelaide.

 

 

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Reserves Match Report: North to strong for Panthers

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 20 May 2019
Reserves Match Report: North to strong for Panthers
 

MRS Property Reserves Match Report

South Adelaide @ North Adelaide
Round 7 - Prospect Oval - 18/05/19

South Adelaide 1.3 3.5 3.8 6.9 45
West Adelaide 5.4 9.7 14.11 20.15 135


Goals: Helyar 2, Kennedy, Elmes, Tucker, Bogle
Best: Loneragan, Bogle, Helyar, Illingworth
Injuries: Nil

South Adelaide's Reserves were no match for the Roosters at Prospect Oval, going down by 90-points on Saturday.

A nine goal to three first half by the home side saw the Panthers fall to a 20.15 (135) to 6.9 (45) defeat.

South Adelaide had a tough day getting any momentum going, with North totalling 49 hit outs to 7 as well as 63 inside 50s to the Panthers 35.

The Panthers also had major problems in third quarter, managing just three behinds while the Roosters kicked five goals.

To the Panthers credit they didn't stop fighting despite trailing by a huge deficit, kicking three goals in the final quarter.

Coby Helyar did his best against the odds, gathering 21 disposals, two goals and six marks for the Panthers.

Encounter Bay product Tarik Illingworth was also impressive with 18 disposals, three marks and three rebound 50s.

Meanwhile, Luke Bogle was influential for the Panthers, collecting 20 disposals, five clearances and a goal.

Robert Badger (12 disposals, four marks and five tackles) and Brett Kennedy (18 disposals, nine marks and a goal) were also stand outs for the visitors.

The Panthers now sit equal fourth on the ladder but seventh due to percentage, with four teams all tied with three wins for the season.

The reserves now have a weekend off before travelling to Maughan Thiem Kia Oval to face the second placed Eagles from 12:00pm, Saturday, June 1.

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Panthers TV: SANFL | Highlights | Round 7

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 20 May 2019
Panthers TV: SANFL | Highlights | Round 7
 
SANFL | South Adelaide vs North Adelaide Highlights | Round 7, 2019
 

 

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League Match Report: Panthers Power past the Roosters

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 20 May 2019
League Match Report: Panthers Power past the Roosters
 

MRS Property League Match Report

South Adelaide @ North Adelaide
Round 7 - Prospect Oval - 18/05/19

South Adelaide 3.3 6.8 9.9 12.12 84
West Adelaide 4.4 5.7 5.10 8.14 62


Goals: Emery 4, Cross 3, Whittlesea 2, McGree, Heaslip, Overall
Best: Liddle, Summerton, Overall, Emery, Knoll, Haines
Injuries: Nil
Crowd: 1871

South Adelaide now sit in the top three following a strong win away from home against North Adelaide on Saturday afternoon.

The Panthers played consistently over the four quarters to record a comfortable 8.14 (62) to 12.12 (82) victory.

Despite trailing by seven points at quarter time, South stayed composed and turned up the pressure in the third quarter to keep the home side goalless.

With seven games played, this win sees South sit third with healthy percentage and just one point behind ladder leaders Glenelg and Adelaide.

The first goal of the fast-paced match came from North Adelaide's Mitchell Harvey after five minutes of play.

Both teams were full of run, moving the ball up and down the ground quickly, putting huge amounts of pressure on their opponents' backlines.

Looking fresh after a weekend off, Joel Cross (22 disposals and eight inside 50s) struck back for the visitors with two goals in two minutes.

Jarred Allmond replied for North Adelaide before Kyle Emery (13 disposals and five marks) responded with a goal of his own.

The shootout continued, however, back to back goals to Max Thring and Frank Szekely gave the Roosters a 4.4 (28) to 3.3 (21) lead at the first break.

Debutant Cam McGree, the ruck/forward from Reynella, kicked his first senior goal six minutes into the second quarter. McGree would go on to collect six disposals, six hit outs and four inside 50s in his debut performance.

South Adelaide looked to be in control with Cross kicking his third goal of the game and Emery kicking his second.

Meanwhile, Tyson Brown (10 disposals and seven tackles) did his best to disrupt Norths plays as best as possible.

Keenan Ramsey's goal 15 minutes in was Norths only goal for the second quarter, giving the Panthers a seven-point lead at the main break.

South Adelaide continued to have control over the main parts of the game, leading the hit outs 43 to Norths 26 and the inside 50s, 52 to 42.

Michael Knoll continued his streak of outstanding performances, racking up 35 hit outs, seven marks and 18 disposals.

Back to back goals in just the first two minutes by Tom Whittlesea (16 disposals) put immense pressure on the home side.

While holding North to just three points for the quarter, Emery went on to kick his third of the game to give the Panthers a 23-point buffer at the final change.

Not looking to give up that easily, Ramsey kicked the Roosters first of the final quarter as North threatened to come back.

However, the Panthers replied with goals coming from Ben Heaslip (15 disposals and five tackles) and Sam Overall (14 disposals and eight marks) to help steady the side.

The Roosters managed a goal through Aidan Tropiano with twenty minutes played but it was too little too late.

Emery went on to kick his fourth goal of the game, with his recent performances a sign of him becoming a strong presence up forward for South.

Ramsey went on to kick his third of the game for the home side, but it was to no avail as the siren sounded not long after to give the Panthers a nice 22-point win.

South Adelaide's win away from home came from a very consistent and strong team effort. The Panthers made sure not to take their foot off the gas, scoring three goals in each quarter.

Returning from the state game, Joe Haines continued to perform exceptionally down back, finishing with 28 disposals, six mark and ten rebound 50s.

Meanwhile, fellow state player Matt Rose also played well, collecting 25 disposals, three tackles and six inside 50s.

South Adelaide now have the next weekend off before playing the Eagles at Maughan Thiem Kia Oval on Saturday, June 1 from 2:40pm.

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Junior Match Report: U18s fall just short to North Adelaide

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 20 May 2019
Junior Match Report: U18s fall just short to North Adelaide
 

Orthopaedics SA Under-18s Match Report

South Adelaide @ North Adelaide
Round 7 - Prospect Oval - 18/05/19

South Adelaide 5.3 6.4 8.5 11.9 75
North Adelaide 3.2 4.6 10.8 12.9 81


Goals: McCreery 2, Wilkinson 2, Hamilton 2, Riddle, Douglass, Fitzgerald, Horne, Sampson
Best: Clifton, Douglass, Spacie, Oliver, Austin, Wilkinson

South Adelaide's Under-18s fell to the Roosters by 6 points at Prospect Oval on Saturday afternoon.

On Saturday morning we played the last of our seven away games at Prospect oval before our Reserves and League teams.

This week we were forced to make five changes including first gamer James Hay and the excitement machine Eamon Wilkinson after 12 months off recovering from a ruptured ACL.

The first quarter was our best start for the season kicking 5 goals into the wind through Beau McCreery, Mitch Riddle, Jason Horne, Liam Hamilton, and Connor Sampson.

North kicked 3 goals and we went into the first break 13 points up.

We were pleased to see the lads play to the game plan, putting plenty of pressure on North's back 6, our mids were on top working hard both ways and our backs stood tall.

The 2nd quarter was tightly fought out with only one goal to each team, ours came in the 19-minute mark through a great grab 20m out by Beau McCreery.

There were some frustrating passages of play which saw us overuse the handball without gaining any Territory, but still managed to be in front by 10 points at half time.

In the 3rd quarter, North dominated most of the quarter kicking six goals to our two. Liam Hamilton kicked his second and after 12 months off Eamon Wilkinson finally kicked one of his exciting trademark run and carry goals.

Going into the last quarter 15 points down, we made some positional changes and urged the lads to up their intensity, be first to the ball and take the game on.

To their credit, they responded and we played out another thriller scoring goals through Wilkinson, Jack Fitzgerald and our Captain Aaron Douglass, but to fall short by 6 points.

Max Clifton was clearly our best, playing another tough game out as well as Tyler Oliver through the midfield. Lachie Williams battled hard all day in the Ruck and Eamon Wilkinson through managed game time was producing plenty of excitement when he got hold of the footy.

Beau McCreery contested well up forward and our Backs, Harry Spacie, Boyd Austin and Aaron Douglass held up well.

Next week we play our first home game for points against the Eagles who are undefeated and sitting on top of the table.

Round 8
South Adelaide vs Woodville-West Torrens
Flinders University Stadium - Saturday 1st of June at 11:00 am

Boyd Austin
Assistant Coach

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Seven Panthers Selected in AFLW U18 Championships Squad

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 17 May 2019
Seven Panthers Selected in AFLW U18 Championships Squad

Seven South Adelaide players have been selected in the AFLW U18 Championships Squad.

In their second season in South Adelaide's Senior Women's program, young guns Hannah Munyard and Teah Charlton have been selected as part of the 29-player South Australian U18 squad, ahead of their matches against the NT.

Joining them is AFLW Academy member Montana McKinnon, who has been selected due to her impressive work in the ruck this season.

Indy Tahau, Sarah Wright, Emogen Johnson and Brooklyn Kraft have also been selected, thanks to their solid season in the Panthers SANFLW campaign. 

The U18 AFLW Championships kick off against the NT on May 31 at Peter Motley Oval and June 2 at Karen Rolton Oval.

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Betta Teams: SANFL Round 7 - South Adelaide vs North Adelaide

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 16 May 2019
Betta Teams: SANFL Round 7 - South Adelaide vs North Adelaide
 

South Adelaide will look to continue their winning ways against the reigning Premiers at Prospect on Saturday afternoon.

Coming off the state game bye, the Panthers will be looking to put in a solid performance before having the split round bye next week.

Emmanuel Irra (Quad) and Ben Haren (Ankle) have been ruled out against the Roosters but make way for Hayden Sampson and Darnell Tucker, who are included on the extended interchange, which must be trimmed by one before the bounce.

Also into the side is former Panthers junior and Reynella Wineflies product Cameron McGreeThe 20-year-old ruck/tall forward (198cm, 105kg) is set to make his SANFL StateWide Super League debut. 

A triple delight of Panthers football gets underway this Saturday at Prospect Oval with the Under-18s kicking off at 9:05am, followed by the Reserves at 11:30am, and League at 2:10pm.

What: SANFL Round 7 - South Adelaide vs North Adelaide
Where: Prospect Oval
When: Saturday, May 18 - League 2:10pm; Reserves 11:30am; U18 9:05am
Tickets: Adult $14; Concession $8; Kids U18 free
Watch: SANFL Digital Pass

South Adelaide Round 7 SANFL teams presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living


 

Changes

In: McGree, Sampson, Tucker
Out: Irra (Quad), Haren (Ankle)
New: McGree (Reynella)
Milestones: McGree debut 

Reserves

Badger, Beeche, Bogle, Coleman, Colwell, Elmes, Freitag, Grimley, Helyar, Illingworth, Juckers, Kennedy, Loneragan, Lovering, Manuel, McKinnon, Mills, Milsom, Sladojevic, Snelling, Whitbread.

In: Bogle, Freitag, Helyar, Illingworth, McKinnon, Sladojevic
Out: Baker (Knee), Beenham (Ankle), Fairlie (omitted), McGree (League), Sampson (League), Tucker (League)

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Betta Teams: Juniors - U18 Round 7

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 16 May 2019
Betta Teams: Juniors - U18 Round 7
 

South Adelaide's Under-18s are still on the road as they return to Prospect to take on the Roosters.

Junior teams presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living

Under-18s

What: South Adelaide @ NorthAdelaide
Where: Prospect Oval
When: Saturday, May 18 - 9:05am
Entry: Free

Number Name Local Club
1 Phoenix Spicer Morphettville
2 Connor Sampson Myponga/Sellicks
3 Talon Copley Reynella
4 Max Clifton Flagstaff Hill FC
5 Jason Horne Christies beach
6 Bradley Strapps  Cove FC
7 Liam Nye Willunga FC
8 Tyler Oliver Goodwood FC
9 Jack Fitzgerald Yankalilla FC
10 Beau Mccreery Cove FC
11 James Hay Happy Valley FC
12 Shane Pettiford Christie's Beach FC
13 Mitch Riddle Brighton FC
14 Eamon Wilkinson Meadows FC
15 Liam Hamilton Happy Valley FC
16 Shannon Jones Langhorne Creek FC
17 Harry Spacie Happy Valley FC
21 Hayden Kernahan Cove FC
24 Aaron Douglass Willunga FC
27 Boyd Austin Reynella FC
29 Kyle  Rice Reynella FC
31 Samuel Hindes Kangarilla FC
34 Lachlan Williams Encounter Bay FC
35 Nicholas Kraemer Reynella FC
36 Matthew Reed Flagstaff Hill FC
37 Ben Ryan Happy Valley FC

In: Ben Ryan, Sam Hindes, Eamon Wilkinson, Shane Pettiford, Brad Strapps, James Hay, Clinton Calyun, Kyle Rice, Talon Copley
Out: Damon Freitag (Reserves), Daniel Sladojevic (Reserves), Arlo Draper, Jordan Bastian

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Betta Teams: Juniors - U18 Round 18

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 22 August 2019
Betta Teams: Juniors - U18 Round 18
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Betta Teams: SANFL Round 18 - South Adelaide vs Adelaide

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 22 August 2019
Betta Teams: SANFL Round 18 - South Adelaide vs Adelaide
Max a tax deductible donations to the South Adelaide Junior Development Fund South Adelaide name two inclusions to the 23-man squad fo...
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Nick Liddle calls time on a stellar career

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 21 August 2019
Nick Liddle calls time on a stellar career
Five-Time Knuckey Cup winner Nick Liddle has decided to hang up the boots on the completion of the 2019 season. The hard-nosed onballer info...
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