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Under-18 Match Report: Round 10 vs Norwood

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 15 June 2021
Under-18 Match Report: Round 10 vs Norwood

Under-18 Match Report

South Adelaide vs Norwood
Round 10 - Coopers Stadium - 13/06/2021

South Adelaide4.27.69.811.1379
Norwood 4.1 7.4 10.8 10.10 70

Goals: Barrett, Birt, Rodrigues 2, Hoeck, Hogg, Inthavong, Rogers, Treloar
Best: Birt, Bradley, D.Brown, Barrett, Jones, Rodrigues

The South Adelaide Under-18s re-join the top four after recording a hard-fought nine-point win over Norwood at Coopers Stadium on Saturday.

The Panthers, who were trailing by a goal at the final change, managed to hold the Redlegs goalless during the fourth quarter which ensured the tough 11.13 (79) to 10.10 (70) win.

Leading the way for the Panthers was Angus Bradley, whose Round Ten display included 36 disposals, 10 tackles and 8 clearances. Also impressive was Isaac Birt, who finished with 31 touches, 11 marks and 2 goals.

There was not much to separate these two sides throughout the match as the margin at each break was no more than six points. 

Austin Hogg opened the scoring with the first major of the match within the first minute, but the Redlegs would reply with their first only minutes later which would set the tone for the opening term.

In fact, the two sides engaged in a shootout during the opening term as the sides continually traded blows and neither could register back-to-back goals.

With a one-point lead at the first break, the Panthers found some breathing room after Blake Rodrigues registered his first. However, the next major score would come from the Redlegs.

By the seventeenth minute mark of the second term, Rodrigues increased his tally to two for the match and just a minute later, Hugo Hoeck registered his first of the day as the Panthers looked set to break way.

However, two unanswered goals by Norwood to close the first half cut the Panthers lead to just two points.

This is a feat that the home side would replicate during the third term as the Redlegs would once again finish the quarter by kicking two unanswered goals but this time it put the Panthers a goal down at the final break.

With everything to play for during the final term, Tom Barrett evened the scores with his second goal of the day within the first four minutes. Then Birt followed up with his second of the match midway through the fourth quarter.

While they were scoring on the offensive end, the defensive actions of the Panthers were also impressive as the side was able to hold Norwood to only two points during the final term.

After some intense minutes, the siren would sound to signal the hard-fought 11.13 (79) to 10.10 (70) win which also sees the Panthers jump to fourth on the ladder.

The South Adelaide Under-18s will now face off against Sturt at Unley Oval on Saturday, 19 June, from 11:30am. 

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MRS Property Match Report Round 10: vs Norwood

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 15 June 2021
MRS Property Match Report Round 10: vs Norwood

MRS Property Match Report

South Adelaide vs Norwood
Round 10 - Flinders University Stadium - 14/06/21

South Adelaide3.54.66.109.1266
Norwood 1.0 5.5 8.8 11.9 75

Goals: Overall, Heaslip 2, Cross, Gibbs, Horne, Schwarz, Skinner
Best: Haines, Broadbent, Horne, Cailotto
Crowd: 2163

A nine-point loss against Norwood at Flinders University Stadium sours South Adelaide's celebrations of one of their club greats.

The injury-plagued Panthers went toe to toe with Norwood throughout the match, but inaccuracy proved to be the difference between winning and losing by nine points, 9.12 (66) to 11.9 (75).

Continuing his string of strong performances was Joe Haines who finished the match with 24 disposals, 10 marks and 13 rebound 50s. Also impressive was Jason Horne, who finished with 19 touches, 5 tackles and 4 clearances.

The Panthers came into the match with fourteen unavailable players on their list, which increased to fifteen after Spacie went down in the Reserves match earlier in the day. But the Panthers league side brought in Jesse McKinnon, Damon Freitag and Jaidan Kappler.

Despite the growing injury list, Panther fans were treated to a dream start to Joel Cross's 200th match as he strolled into an open goal for the first major of the match. Unfortunately, the other goals by the Panthers didn't come as easily as two shots hit the woodwork during the opening term.

Deep into stoppage time, McKinnon was able to just gain enough space amongst the pack to quickly set up Sam Overall who went back and drilled a thumping goal from beyond the arc.

Then, within the dying minute, Jason Horne was able to crumb the footy, steady, and kick truly from close range to hand the Panthers a 3.5 (23) to 1.0 (6) lead at the first break.

The second term saw Norwood kick with the favourable breeze at their backs and they made the most of it with three unanswered goals within the opening twelve minutes of the quarter.

Midway through the quarter, the Panthers were able to find some relief once they countered a Norwood rebound, allowing Overall to strike on the run to help steady the side.

Norwood then pushed to increase their lead late, but Ben Haren was able to take a contested mark with the flight of the ball deep in defensive 50 which locked the scores at 4.6 (30) to 5.5 (35) at the main break.

Nic Schwarz struck early on into the third term to help retake the lead for the Panthers, but the next shot from the Panthers struck the post which put the post-tally to three for the day.

Needing to make the most of this wind advantage, Horne's slick pick-up off the deck and kick inside 50 was taken strongly by Sam Skinner whose goal bumped the Panthers lead up to nine points.

Unfortunately, the Panthers would go onto miss two set shots before Norwood was able to go end to end and kick one of their own.

Then after a cruel non-holding the ball call, the Panthers conceded another goal from a tough angle which put the final break deficit to 6.10 (46) to 8.8 (56).

The Panthers needed an early goal to bring the lead within a straight kick, but a costly and slightly soft 15-metre penalty on the wing gave the Redlegs the first decent look inside 50.

Luckily, the Panthers defence managed to stay strong, and they repelled the attack. Then, within the fourth minute, Ben Heaslip was able to out body his opponent and mark right in front of the sticks before kicking the much-needed goal.

Hayden Sampson then looked like he had made the game-winning play after winning a contest in the middle before hitting up his teammate inside 50, but this kick to take the lead missed to the far side.

South Adelaide then momentarily lost Ben Sawford after a courageous collision on the wing, and from here things went from bad to worse as the Redlegs kicked two unanswered goals.

Matthew Broadbent was able to help rebound the ball out of the defensive 50, and this end-to-end play was finished off by a big pack mark and goal by Heaslip. But within the next minute, Norwood struck again.

Then with nothing left to lose, a massive kick inside 50 was marked by Bryce Gibbs who sent it through the middle of the big sticks but the siren would sound a minute later to signal the bitter 9.12 (66) to 11.9 (75) loss.

Despite the lead being within striking distance for the majority of the match, it felt a million miles away. This nine-point margin was the same as the earlier result of the Panthers loss to Norwood this season.

The Panthers will look to recover and rest with a weekend off, then they will look to regain their winning form when they face off against Sturt at Unley Oval on Saturday, 26 June, from 2:35pm.

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MRS Property Reserves Match Report Round 10: vs Norwood

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 15 June 2021
MRS Property Reserves Match Report Round 10: vs Norwood

MRS Property Reserves Match Report

South Adelaide vs Norwood
Round 10 - Flinders University Stadium - 14/06/21

South Adelaide1.16.26.29.357
Norwood 2.4 4.10 10.13 13.15 93

Goals: Nobes 4, Megins 2, Flett, Gaden, Kraemer
Best: Griffiths, Megins, Whitbread, Juckers, Nobes, Draper

A costlty second half sees South Adelaide Reserves fall to a 36-point loss at the hands of Norwood at Flinders University Stadium on Monday.

The Panthers, who had built a slight four-point buffer at halftime, registered three second-half goals but conceded nine which saw them suffer the 9.3 (57) to 13.15 (93) loss.

The tall tandem of Ollie Megins and Bailey Griffiths was impressive for the Panthers as Megins finished with two goals and Griffiths gathered 46 hit-outs.

Fittingly, it was also Megins who got things going for the Panthers after he was able to mark Zac Dumesny's thumping kick inside 50 before going back to kick the opening goal of the game, all within the first minute of play.

This fast start for the Panthers was quickly soured by the loss of Harry Spacie to injury which ruled him out for the remainder of the match.

The Redlegs, who begun the match with the breeze at their backs, made the most of it during the late stages of the opening term by kicking two answered goals which handed the Panthers a nine-point deficit at the first break.

The second term was the Panthers turn to kick with the favourable south-westerly breeze and they certainly made the most of it.

Nicholas Kraemer was the first to strike and he did so in style after he kicked truly on the run from 45 metres out from the flank. Minutes later, South's forward pressure forced a turnover and Sam Gaden struck from almost the same spot.

The Panthers also remained steadfast on the defensive end, with one of their rebounds allowing Jake McCreery to easily set up Megins, who went back and drilled his second of the day.

The final six minutes of the first half proved to be the Daniel Nobes show as his juggling contested mark allowed him to register his first of the day. He then followed up minutes later by display his groundwork skills with a quick pick up and snap.

This goal gave the Panthers a four-point lead at halftime; but unfortunately, this would be the final time the Panthers would lead as Norwood kicked six unanswered goals during the third term.

Nobes made an appearance during the final term with two goals in eight minutes, but by then the 9.3 (57) to 13.15 (93) result was all but settled.

The South Adelaide Reserves will look to bounce back when they clash with Sturt at Unley Oval on Saturday, June 26, from 11:55am.

Are you on board for 2021?

 

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BETTA Team Selection: Under-18 Round 10 vs Norwood

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 10 June 2021
BETTA Team Selection: Under-18 Round 10 vs Norwood

The South Adelaide Under-18s hit the road to take on Norwood on the Parade

After a gutsy come from behind effort against West Adelaide, the junior Panthers set their sights to Norwood on Saturday. 

The Panthers will be without Koby Cockshell, Kyle Marshall, Tom Schirmer, Jack Delean and Will Verrall due to state commitments. 

However, this will open the door for Austin Hogg, Heath Treloar, Angus BradleyBlake RodgiguesRhys GallifordLachlan InthavongCameron Kirkland and Tom Welk who all come into the extended squad. 

All the action kicks off at 11:30 am at Coopers Stadium at Norwood. 

The 2021 SANFL Digital Pass will once again stream all Under-18's matches, which can be purchased here.

South Adelaide Members receive a discount on the Digital Pass which can be purchased here.

What: Panthers @ Redlegs
Where: Coopers Stadium 
When: Saturday, June 12, 11:30 AM
Watch: Live via SANFL Digital Pass

Round 10 South Adelaide @ Norwood presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living

 

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BETTA Teams Selection: Round 10 vs Norwood

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 10 June 2021
BETTA Teams Selection: Round 10 vs Norwood

The Panthers return to Flinders University Stadium in a huge Queen's Birthday clash against the Redlegs.

Having scrapped out an ugly win over a plucky West Adelaide outfit last Sunday, the Panthers turn their attention to Norwood, who come off a tough one point loss against Glenelg. 

More importantly for the Panthers, club stalwart Joel Cross will bring up his 200th SANFL Statewide Super League match on Monday afternoon. 

 

 

There are several forced changes as the Panthers Fowler Simmons Injury List has been hit hard. 

Tyson Brown went down late in the contest last week with an ankle, while Liam Fitt was injured in the Reserves match. 

James Loneragan was a withdrawal due to an hand injury that happened at training late last week. 

Of the Panthers core league squad, eight players are currently on the injury list.

However, this will present an opportunity for Jesse McKinnon, Damon Freitag, Danny Juckers and Darnell Tucker who all come into the extended squad. 

Jake McCreery is also a chance to make his SANFL Statewide Super League debut having been named in the extended squad, and Jaidan Kappler should be available for selection should he pass a fitness test. 

In the 262nd meeting between the two teams, the Panthers hold the best record in last quarters having won seven from nine in 2021, while the Redlegs are six from nine in first quarters. 

Turning the attention to the Reserves, it is another important game, as a win could see the Panthers draw level on points with Norwood and reduce the gap to the top four to just two games. 

All the action kicks off from 11:30am with the Reserves, followed by the League at 2:10pm at Flinders University Stadium.

What: Panthers vs Redlegs
Where: Flinders University Stadium
When: Monday, June 14. League 2:10pm | Reserves 11:30am 
Tickets: Adult $16, Concession $10, Children under 18 FREE.
Watch: Live via SANFL Digital Pass

Round 10 South Adelaide vs Norwood presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living

In: Freitag 6, Tucker 17, McKinnon 20, Kappler 29, McCreery 37, Juckers 38
Out: Brown (injury), Bogle (injury), Nobes (omitted)

Round 10 Reserves South Adelaide vs Norwood presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living

 

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Joel Cross Joins the 200 Club

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 9 June 2021
Joel Cross Joins the 200 Club

Joel Cross' off game number 200 when the Panthers take on Norwood on Monday afternoon.

A true champion of the South Adelaide Football Club, Joel Cross will join elite company when he notches up his 200th SANFL Statewide Super League match. 

The dual Magarey Medallist has achieved a lot over his stint at the Panthers, since making the move from Scoresby in Victoria in 2011. 

To come across the boarder and play 200 games is a great credit to Cross' loyal character.

The famous number 19 kicks a ripping goal against Sturt earlier this year. Image: Nick Hook Photography.

When talking with the SANFL's Zac Milbank, Cross said that he 'fell in love with the place' early on and that the Panthers have been 'particularly amazing to me'.

Cross has an impressive list of accolades which consists of four Knuckey Cups, two Magarey and RO Shearman Medals, as adjudged by the competitions umpires and coaches, four State Team and eight Advertiser Team of the Year selections, including being named as captain in 2020. 

Like a fine wine, Cross has got better with age and is still producing outstanding individual performances and is consistently in the Panthers best players. 

In his eleventh season at Flinders University Stadium, the 34-year-old is still showing he has what it takes at league level, averaging 20 touches and a goal a game. 

Joel Cross wins his first Magarey Medal in 2012

In 2019 Cross was inducted as a South Adelaide life member and earned his fourth Knuckey Cup later that year. 

The South Adelaide Football Club congratulates Joel on 200 incredible games and wishes him all the best for the weekend. 

Make sure you get down to Flinders University Stadium on Monday afternoon when the Panthers take on the Redlegs from 2:10pm.

Tickets can be purchased here or at the gate. 

Joel Cross

  • 199 games for South Adelaide
  • 164 goals
  • 2x Magarey Medallist (2012 & 2015)
  • 4x Knuckey Cup winner (2011, 2015, 2016 & 2019)
  • 5x Knuckey Cup runner-up (2012, 2013, 2014, 2017 & 2020)
  • 2x R.O. Shearman Medallist (2015 & 2017)
  • 4x SANFL State Team selection (2013, 2014, 2015 & 2016)
  • 8x SANFL Advertiser Team of the Year selection (2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019 & 2020)
  • 1x SANFL Advertiser Team of the Year Captain (2020)
  • 2x SANFL Advertiser Player of the Year (2011 & 2012)
  • Club captain (2018-2020)
  • OnSite Rental Group Fans MVP (2020)
  • Players player (2019)
  • SAFC Life Member (2018)
  • Leading Goal Kicker (2019)

 

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MRS Property Match Report Round 9: vs West Adelaide

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 7 June 2021
MRS Property Match Report Round 9: vs West Adelaide

MRS Property Match Report

South Adelaide vs West Adelaide
Round 9 - Hisense Stadium - 06/06/21

South Adelaide4.56.512.812.981
West Adelaide 2.2 6.4 8.7 11.12 78

Goals: Overall, Skinner 2, Bogle, Cross, Horne, Nobes, O'Neill, Sampson, Schwarz, Tarca
Best: Skinner, Sampson, Haines

South Adelaide regains second spot after surviving a late scare by a relentless West Adelaide outfit and escaping with a 3-point win at Hisense Stadium on Sunday.

The Panthers, who led by 25 points at the final break, were forced to desperately defend their lead while being two rotations down but ultimately they held out long enough to win, 12.9 (81) to 11.12 (78).

Making his impact felt around the ground was Sam Skinner, who finished with 17 touches and 2 goals, while in defence Joe Haines collected 31 disposals and 10 marks.

The Panthers came into the match without their skipper or strong defender Lonergan; but they regained Tyson Brown, Reece Milsom and Nic Schwarz. These players went to work early as the Panthers started the better of the two sides.

Kicking with the wind, Sam Overall was able to hold his juggling mark before going back to kick the opening goal of the game. Minutes later, a string of handpasses was finished off nicely by a Mitch O'Neill snap which increased the Panthers lead to double digits.

Continuing with this early momentum, Skinner showed his crumbing skills to collect, dodge and then kick truly for the third major of the match. But this time the Bloods replied just minutes later with their first goal of the day.

The goals then dried up for both sides as the match became a battle of the backlines. This was eventually broken when Alex Cailotto was able to intercept a West rebound then pass it to Ben Haren whose kick inside 50 was plucked out of the air for Overall, who went back and kicked his second of the match.

Yet the Panthers couldn't register another major for the term; and after Fraser Turner was cruelly hit with a deliberate out of bounds decision the Bloods looked to pounce late but their kick, which came within a split-second of the siren, missed to the far side to hand the Panthers a 4.5 (29) to 2.2 (14) lead at the first change. 

The second term was the Panthers turn to defend against the breeze and it did not look promising early as the Bloods kicked two goals within the opening minute.

The Panthers found some relief through a side-steadying goal by Skinner, but back-to-back goals by the Bloods in the minutes that followed saw them take the lead.

After minutes of defending, the Panthers were able to rebound with great speed; and Jason Horne was able to get his kick over the top of the defenders to Jake Tarca who struck with a lead-taking goal.

As the second term entered stoppage time, some desperate running by Jack Elsworthy and Milsom stopped an almost certain goal which saw the side enter the main break with the narrowest of leads, 6.5 (41) to 6.4 (40).

The third term saw the Panthers regain the wind advantage, and they had to use it to build a large enough buffer to hold off the Bloods. It was Hayden Sampson who answered the call within the opening minute as he was able to intercept a Bloods' kick out of defence and snap truly from the pocket.

Schwarz followed up minutes later with a much-needed goal before Joel Cross was able to crumb and snap a great goal to celebrate his 199th match.

With ten minutes left to use the breeze, Matthew Broadbent and Bryce Gibbs linked up through the middle; with Gibbs spearing kick inside 50 hitting Luke Bogle on the chest, which he used to kick his first of the day.

Jason Horne followed up a minute later with his first of the day, then Daniel Nobes massive pack mark was topped off with a beautiful kick to extend the Panthers lead to beyond five goals.

But as it looked as if the Panthers were going to run away with the win; a Westies end to end goal set the stage for what was to come in the final term. To make matters worse, Cailotto limped from the ground leaving the Panthers without their first-choice ruck.

An intercept mark by Sampson in the final minute stopped the Bloods from another certain goal; an action that would prove crucial when considering the final winning margin.

South Adelaide's injury woes continued into the final term when they lost Brown to injury and things looked dire as Brad Gotch's man came storming home with three unanswered goals.

Carrying tired legs, lacking the momentum and being two rotations down, the Bloods looked set for a dangerous rebound off halfback, but they were beaten by the siren which signalled the 12.9 (81) to 11.12 (78) wina win which sees the blue and white regain second spot.

South Adelaide will look to keep this winning momentum going when they face off against Norwood at Flinders University Stadium on Monday, 14 June, from 2:10pm.

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MRS Property Reserves Match Report Round 9: vs West Adelaide

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 7 June 2021
MRS Property Reserves Match Report Round 9: vs West Adelaide

MRS Property Reserves Match Report

South Adelaide vs West Adelaide
Round 9 - Hisense Stadium - 06/06/21

South Adelaide4.26.211.513.684
West Adelaide 2.3 9.4 12.5 16.10 106

Goals: Flett, Freitag, Kraemer, McCreery, McKinnon 2, Megins, Nye, Tucker
Best: McKinnon, Kraemer, Coleman, Juckers, McCreery

South Adelaide Reserves brought the fight to the Bloods but ultimately they fell just 22 points short at Hisense Stadium on Sunday.

A clash between the second to bottom side and the second to top side; the Panthers managed to punch above their weight but just fell short on closing the deal, 16.10 (106) to 13.6 (84).

Jesse McKinnon led the way for the Panthers with 28 disposals and 12 clearances while Nic Kraemer finished with 21 touches and 2 goals. U18s prospect Arlo Draper also finished his first Reserves match with 14 disposals and 3 tackles. 

Heading into the match as the heavy underdogs, this fact did not faze the Panthers who jumped out of the box early and made the most of the wind advantage. 

Darnell Tucker got things going with the first goal of the game after five minutes of play. Minutes later, the Panthers were able to rebound from defence and a massive kick through the centre by Liam Fitt was collected by Jack Flett, who played on and kicked the second goal of the day.

The home side was able to steady with two goals midway through the quarter. But a goal by McKinnon helped restart the Panthers momentum.

In the dying minutes before quarter time, Tucker was able to win a one on one at half forward which allowed the Panthers a decent look inside 50 which saw Ollie Megins get the handball assist to Liam Nye whose snap gave the Panthers a 4.2 (26) to 2.3 (15) lead at the first break

This lead proved to be short lived, with a missed push in the back call allowing the Bloods to kick the first of their four unanswered goals within an eight minute span; before Megins was able to slot a side-steadying goal. 

This second term proved to be the difference as the Panthers were not able to gain another healthy buffer for the remainder of the match; with the exception of a one goal lead early during the final term.

The Panthers, who lost Fitt to injury during the second term, were not able to hold onto this slight lead. Despite some valiant defending by Aaron Douglass, the Bloods stormed home with the wind at their backs to snatch the win, 13.6 (84) to 16.10 (106).

While they fell just short of being the 'Giant Killers' for the second week in a row, the Panthers will look to bounce back when they face off against Norwood at Flinders University Stadium on Monday, 14 June, from 11:30am.

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Under-18 Match Report: Round 9 vs West Adelaide

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 7 June 2021
Under-18 Match Report: Round 9 vs West Adelaide

Under-18 Match Report

South Adelaide vs West Adelaide
Round 9 - Flinders University Stadium - 05/06/2021

South Adelaide2.34.39.712.1082
West Adelaide 2.3 8.6 8.7 8.9 57

Goals: Schirmer 5, Pilmore 2, Brown, Cockshell, Delean, Marshall, Rogers
Best: Birt, Schirmer, Hayes, Brown, Jones, Verrall

A spirited fightback by the South Adelaide Under-18s saw them defeat a second-placed West Adelaide outfit by 25 points at Flinders University Stadium on Saturday.

A testament to the tale of two halves; the Panthers, who were trailing by 27 points at halftime, managed to drastically turn the match around by kicking eight unanswered goals to claim a stunning win over the second placed Bloods, 12.10 (82) to 8.9 (57). 

Impressive up forward for the Panthers was Tom Schirmer who finished with five goals to his name while Lachlan Hayes collected a grand total of 33 disposals and 4 tackles.

Facing off against the Bloods who, at that stage of the season, had lost just one game.

The Panthers burst out of the box early by kicking two goals within the opening six minutes of the match. However, once Kyle Marshall and Jack Delean had registered their first goals of the day, both of the sides begun to suffer from some wayward kicking.

Following a rough patch of kicking in which the two sides combined for five behinds, the Bloods struck with two late goals to even the quarter time scores. This momentum was something that the Bloods carried with them into the first half of the second term as the visitors amassed four unanswered goals to gain a healthy buffer.

The Panthers did find some relief through Schirmer, who helped steady the side with his first goal of the match which was closely followed a minute later by Bailey Pilmore's first. But despite this steadier the signs did not look promising as the halftime score line read 4.3 (27) to 8.6 (54).

Yet in a sign of the blue and white boys' strength they put together a spectacular third quarter display which included three goals by Schirmer. After trailing by 27 points at halftime, the Panthers piled on five unanswered goals to lead by a goal at the final break.

However, they were not happy with a 33-point turnaround as the boys kept pushing to make sure the win was theirs and by the time the final siren had rung they had managed to stretch their lead out to 25 points.

The 12.10 (82) to 8.9 (57) win sees the Panthers sit just one point out of the top four and they will look to keep this winning form going when they face off against Norwood at Coopers Stadium on Saturday, 12 June, from 11:30am.

Show that you are #SouthProud in 2021!

 

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BETTA Team Selection: Under-18 Round 9 vs West

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 3 June 2021
BETTA Team Selection: Under-18 Round 9 vs West

The South Adelaide Under-18s return to Flinders University Stadium to take on the Bloods.

Having bounced back against Central District last week, the Panther Under-18s look to keep up the momentum. 

However, it will be another tough task for the Panthers after the Bloods took down the undefeated Glenelg last week.

Arlo Draper who returned from injury last week has earned a call up to the Reserves side. 

This opens the door for the speedy Tom BarrettCameron KirklandAustin Hogg, Noah Howes and Bailey Pilmore who all come into the extended squad for Saturday's clash. 

The start time has be moved forward to 10:00 am at Flinders University Stadium. 

The 2021 SANFL Digital Pass will once again stream all Under-18's matches, which can be purchased here.

South Adelaide Members receive a discount on the Digital Pass which can be purchased here.

What: Panthers vs Bloods
Where: Flinders University Stadium 
When: Saturday, June 5, 10:00 AM
Watch: Live via SANFL Digital Pass

Round 9 South Adelaide vs West Adelaide presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living

 

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