League Match Report: Panthers fight to get over the top of the table Bays

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 17 June 2019
League Match Report: Panthers fight to get over the top of the table Bays
 

MRS Property League Match Report

South Adelaide vs Glenelg
Round 10 - Flinders University Stadium - 16/06/19

South Adelaide 0.5 6.8 11.9 13.9 87
Glenelg 3.1 6.2 11.2 13.5 83


Goals: Emery, Biemans 3, Cross, Overall, Liddle, Sampson, Heaslip, Karpany, Davis
Best: Davis, Cross, Karpany, Liddle, Crabb, Heaslip
Injuries: Nil
Crowd: 1750

South Adelaide knocks off the ladder leading Tigers in a nail-biting finish at Flinders University Stadium on Sunday.

South Adelaide knew they had plenty of work to do in order to beat Glenelg, who have not lost since round one this season.

In a game that would be "season defining", the Panthers once again matched up well on Glenelg as both teams went head to head, collecting 44 inside 50s each.

The match had several key moments but a 'Leo Barry' style mark by Joseph Haines in the dying stages of the match made sure the Panthers came out on top.

The win sees the Panthers hold onto fourth spot and sit just one win behind third place as the race for a top five finish tightens.

South Adelaide had plenty of chances in the first, but only managed five behinds while Glenelg's dangerous forward line kicked three goals before quarter time.

Motlop kicked his first for the visitors before Anthony Biemans (4 disposals and two tackles) marked his return to the league side with the Panthers first of the match.

What followed was a shoot out between two very evenly match sides as Glenelg replied before Biemans struck back again.

McBean kicked his second goal of the match for the visitors as the Panthers struggled to get back to back goals.

However, Kyle Emery (seven disposals and four tackles) stepped up for the home side, kicking two goals in just four minutes.

The game began to open up and the Panthers took advantage, as Biemans kicked his third for quarter and Hayden Sampson (18 disposals and five marks) kicked his first as the South headed into the main break with a 6.8 (44) to 6.2 (38) lead.

Having struggled throughout this season with their third quarter performances, things looked worrying as Reynolds kicked his second for the visitors just two minutes into the quarter.

However, Abe Davis would reply for the Panthers just two minutes later as he kicked his first goal of the game. Davis would go on to finish with an impressive best on ground performance with 26 disposals, six tackles, six inside 50s and six clearances.

Joel Cross was also busy as usual, finishing the match with 27 disposals, seven marks, five tackles and four clearances.

Scott kicked back to back goals in just two minutes for the Tigers as they threatened to take control of the game.

Just two minutes later, Emery would follow up to kick his third of the game, but Reynolds would strike back kicking his third for the Tigers.

Playing his fiftieth game for South Adelaide, Ben Heaslip (19 disposals, three tackles and five marks) struck late in the quarter to give the Panthers a 11.9 (75) to 11.2 (68) lead at the final break.

 

The final quarter saw the game fall into a struggle, as both teams attacked the football relentlessly, but as the teams were so evenly matched, very few breakthroughs were made.

This was until Reynolds kicked his fifth goal of the game, creating flashbacks to the previous round's two-point loss to Norwood and the round three draw against the Tigers.

The Panthers were seemingly trapped in Glenelg's forward line as repeated inside 50s put immense pressure on Souths defence.

Bradley Crabb did his best to stop the dangerous McBean while also gathering nine disposals, three marks and two tackles.

However, the Panthers suddenly got a chance to breakthrough and they took it, rebounding with immense speed and allowing Cross to kick a goal to put the Panthers in front.

A similar situation not long after saw the rebounding Panthers score a goal, as a pass by Cross landed perfectly for Nick Liddle (26 disposals, seven inside 50s and three marks).

However, McBean struck back within the next minute to cut the Panthers lead to under a goal.

With the Panthers under immense pressure as Glenelg has repeated inside 50s, it was a huge pack mark by Joey Haines that was reminiscent of Leo Barry's famous grand final winning mark, defeated Glenelg's last chance at stealing the win.

With a strong all-around team effort resulting in a hard-fought and well deserved 13.9 (87) to 13.5 (83) victory for the Panthers.

The Panthers now enjoy a well-earned break before heading to City Mazda Stadium on Sunday, June 30 to face West Adelaide from 2:10pm.

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Reserves Match Report: South vs Glenelg

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 17 June 2019
Reserves Match Report: South vs Glenelg
 

MRS Property Reserves Match Report

South Adelaide vs Glenelg
Round 10 - Flinders University Stadium - 16/06/19

South Adelaide 1.1 4.3 5.4 7.6 48
Glenelg 7.2 10.6 14.8 18.13 121


Goals: Elmes 4, Makoi, Whitbread, Kennedy
Best: Irra, McKinnon, Elmes
Injuries: Manuel (Concussion), Mills (Sholder).

South Adelaide Reserves were no match for a rampart Tigers outfit, going down by 73 points at Flinders University Stadium on Sunday.

A seven goal first quarter by the visitors gave the Panthers plenty to work on over the next three quarters.

The Panthers did manage to match it with the Tigers for the next forty minutes until Glenelg kicked four unanswered goals to end the third quarter and set up the 7.6 (48) to 18.13 (121) defeat.

Making his return from injury was Emmanuel Irra who was the best afield for the Panthers on the day. He finished with 22 disposals, three marks and seven tackles while also having created plenty of chances with six inside 50s and five clearances.

The game began with six unanswered goals by the Tigers before Brett Kennedy (16 disposals, five inside 50s and four clearances) kicked the Panthers first, twenty minutes into the quarter.

The Panthers managed to hold Glenelg in the second to three goals while Jackson Elmes kicked two goals for the home side.

Meanwhile, an impressive kick by Panther debutant Monyjath Makoi saw him kick his first while wearing the blue and white and Souths third goal for the quarter.

Makoi would go on to finish his promising Panther debut performance with six disposals, 25 hit outs and two tackles.

There were some promising signs for the Panthers as Elmes kicked his third goal of the match.

However, the Tigers would respond with four unanswered goals to finish the quarter and to give the Panthers a 5.4 (34) to 14.8 (92) deficit at the final change.

Samuel Whitbread kicked his first goal of the game to compliment his performance that saw him total 19 disposals and seven tackles.

Elmes would go on to kick his fourth goal of the match in an impressive performance up forward that also saw him gather seven marks and 14 disposals.

Jesse McKinnon was also busy around the ground, collecting 21 disposals, five marks and six inside 50s.

But it wasn't enough as the visitors continued to kick away to give the Panthers a 7.6 (48) to 18.13 (121) defeat.

The Panthers now enjoy a weekend off before heading to City Mazda Stadium to versus West Adelaide on Sunday, June 30, from 11:30am.

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Betta Teams: Juniors - U18 Round 10

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 13 June 2019
Betta Teams: Juniors - U18 Round 10
 

South Adelaide's Under-18s continue their home stint as the Tigers head to Flinders University Stadium on Saturday. 

Junior teams presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living

Under-18s

What: South Adelaide vs Glenelg
Where: Flidners University Stadium (Noarlunga)
When: Saturday, June 15 - 11:00am
Entry: Free

Number Name Local Club
2 Connor Sampson Myponga/Sellicks FC
3 Dylan Brown Happy Valley FC
4 Max Clifton Flagstaff Hill FC
5 Clinton Calyun OSB/Lonsdale FC
6 Talon Copley Reynella FC
7 Liam Nye Willunga FC
8 Tyler Oliver Goodwood FC
10 Cooper Rogers Mclaren FC
11 Matthew Coulthard OSB/Lonsdale FC
13 Mitch Riddle Brighton FC
14 Lachlan Inthavong Reynella FC
15 Liam Hamilton Happy Valley FC
16 Bradley Strapps Cove FC
17 Harry Spacie Happy Valley FC
21 Hayden Kernahan Cove FC
24 Aaron Douglass Willunga FC
25 Lachlan Pope Old Noarlunga FC
27 Boyd Austin 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: Kyle Rice, Lachlan Pope, Max Clifton, Cooper Rogers, Jayden Little, Ben Ryan, Hayden Kernahan

Out: Marcus Lippett, Phoenix Spicer, Zac Dumesny

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Betta Teams: SANFL Round 10 - South Adelaide vs Glenelg

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

South Adelaide have named some big inclusions as the Tigers head to Flinders University Stadium on Sunday.

Coming off a tough loss against the Redlegs, the Panthers have named some big inclusions as they look to get back on the winners list against a red hot Glenelg outfit. 

Anthony Biemans is set to play his first game of the year after successfully getting though last week's Reserves match unscathed. 

Also making his return is Nic Schwarz, who will play his first game after injuring his hand in the Round 3 draw against Glenelg. 

Cameron McGree is back in the side after he was a late withdrawal before last week's match. 

The squad of 23 will be cut by two prior to the bounce on Sunday afternoon. 

The boys are back in action with the Reserves kicking off at at 11:30 am followed by League at 2:10 pm. 

What: SANFL Round 10 - South Adelaide vs Glenelg
Where: Flinders University Stadium (Noarlunga)
When: Sunday, June 16 - League 2:10pm; Reserves 11:30am
Tickets: Purchase online here Adult $14; Concession $8; Kids U18 free
Watch: SANFL Digital Pass
Listen: 1629 SEN

South Adelaide Round 10 SANFL teams presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living


 

Changes

In: Biemans, Schwarz, McGree
Out: Kappler (omitted)
New: nil
Milestones: Heaslip 50 Games

Reserves

Badger, Baker, Beenham, Colwell, Davies, Elmes, Grimley, Irra, Juckers, Kappler, Lovering, Makoi, Manuel, McKinnon, Mills, Milsom, Moffa, Snelling, Whitbread, Wilkinson,

In: Irra, Kappler, Makoi, Milsom, Wilkinson
Out: Biemans (League), Beeche, Illingworth, Ryan, Kernahan, Douglass

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Junior Match Report: U18s late fight back wasn't enough

Posted by South Adelaide Football Club on 12 June 2019
Junior Match Report: U18s late fight back wasn't enough
 

Orthopaedics SA Under-18s Match Report

South Adelaide vs Norwood
Round 9 - Flinders University Stadium - 08/06/19

South Adelaide 0.0 1.5 1.5  6.7 43
Norwood 4.5 4.7 7.11 8.13 61


Goals: Hamilton 2, Lippett, Fitzgerald, Oliver, Riddle
Best: Williams, Dumesny, Douglass, Oliver, Hamilton, Kraemer

South Adelaide Under-18s late comeback wasn't enough against the Redlegs. 

Round 9 saw us take on Norwood at Flinders University Stadium.

Not only was it just our 2nd home game for the year, but the first game for debutants Lachlan Inthavong and Brad Strapps.

After beating the undefeated Eagles the week before, we challenged the boys for consistency, in what were somewhat blustery conditions.

Norwood headed with the wind first, and while the scoreboard read 9 shots to 0, we felt we had held them to an achievable margin at quarter time.

Trailing by 29 points heading into the 2nd quarter, we needed to lift our effort and make the most of our opportunities. However, with 6 shots on goal, we were only able to convert 1 major to Norwood's 2 behinds, cutting the margin to 20 at the main break.

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Again, we weren't able to score against the wind in the 3rd quarter but managed to hold up Norwood better than in the first term. With the margin at 42 points at the last change we challenged the boys to take the game on and be brave in attack.

They did just that. Mitch Riddle roved the first centre bounce and snagged one from the centre circle.

This was followed by 4 more goals over 20 minutes, bringing us within 12 points with 5 minutes left.

Although the boys looked like running over Norwood with some exciting footy, the Redlegs capitalised late to put the game beyond reach.

Besides the disappointing result, the boys showed glimpses of class, and proved that with consistency in effort, anything is possible for this group.

We look forward to the upcoming challenges, starting with the evenly placed Glenelg on Saturday.

Round 10
South Adelaide vs Glenelg
Flinders University Stadium - Saturday June 15 @ 11:00 am

Steven Jaggard Jnr
U18 Assistant Coach

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League Match Report: Panthers fall just short against the Redlegs

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 11 June 2019
League Match Report: Panthers fall just short against the Redlegs
 

MRS Property League Match Report

South Adelaide vs Norwood
Round 9 - Flinders University Stadium - 10/06/19

South Adelaide 3.3 7.6 9.10 13.13 91
Norwood 4.1 5.3 12.7 14.9 93


Goals: Cross 4, Karpany, Emery 2, Fitt, Haines, Noble, Whittlesea, Heaslip
Best: Cross, Cailotto, Davis, Karpany, Liddle, Summerton
Injuries: Nil
Crowd: 2191

A late fightback by South Adelaide was not enough as the Panthers fell just two points short of Norwood at Flinders University Stadium on Monday.

The Panthers started the best out of the two sides, leading at halftime 7.6 (48) to 5.3 (33).

However, the Panthers managed just two goals to Norwood's seven in the third quarter, leaving the side with plenty to do in the final quarter.

South Adelaide managed to storm home strong kicking the last four goals of the game, but the comeback was put to bed as the siren sounded just as the ball was trailing back inside the forward 50.

Norwood kicked the first goal of the match after just three minutes of play. However, Liam Fitt (ten disposals) was able to strike back for the home side.

Malcolm Karpany (22 disposals and four inside 50s) would follow up with a goal of his own just six minutes later before Norwood struck back with two goals in two minutes.

Karpany would kick his second goal of the game, but not much later a goal by Grigg saw the Panthers go into the first break with a four-point deficit.

As South Adelaide was without a ruckman, Alex Cailotto took over the role and was a huge influence in the midfield with 12 clearances and ten hit outs. He finished with 31 disposals which is one of the highest gathered by a South Adelaide ruckman during a single game in history.

Joel Cross was at his best, kicking the first three goals of the second quarter in just nine minutes. Cross would go to be named the best on ground after a performance which saw him collect 33 disposals, seven inside 50s and kick four goals.

15 minutes in, Norwood's Cole Gerloff would kick his team's first and only goal for the quarter.

Joseph Haines (24 disposals and eight rebound 50s), would kick truly late in the quarter to give the Panthers a 15-point buffer at the main break.

However, Norwood would kick two goals in the space of a minute in the early stages of the third quarter.

Tom Whittlesea (13 disposals and six inside 50s) managed to get one back for the home side, but the visitors continued to push with the wind behind their backs, kicking two straight goals.

Abe Davis was busy around the ground, collecting 30 disposals, seven marks and created plenty of chances with seven inside 50s.

The Panthers were able to steady through a goal by Mark Noble (25 disposals and five marks) late in the quarter. However, two very late goals by Norwood saw the Panthers face a 15-point defect at the final change.

Back to back goals by Norwood in the first eight minutes looked to be the game-winners for the visitors. But South Adelaide refused to give and came home strong.

Kyle Emery (six tackles and eight disposals) kicked back to back goals mid-way through the last before Cross would claim his fourth goal of the match.

In the dying stages, a goal on the run by Ben Heaslip (19 disposals and five clearances) cut the deficit to just two points.

South Adelaide had repeated inside 50s right at the end of the match, however, two were marked by the opposition and the siren sounded before a third could be attempted.

Nick Liddle was impressive around the ground, finishing with six clearances, three marks, and 31 disposals.

Meanwhile, Jake Summerton was strong down back, finishing with 18 disposals as well as four marks and four rebound 50s. Tyson Brown was also strong down back, collecting a team-high seven tackles as well as 17 disposals and four marks.

Despite the loss, the Panthers still sit fourth on the ladder and now face Glenelg at Flinders University Stadium on Sunday, June 16, from 2:10pm.

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Reserves Match Report: South vs Norwood

Posted by Jayden Bartlett on 11 June 2019
Reserves Match Report: South vs Norwood
 

MRS Property Reserves Match Report

South Adelaide vs Norwood
Round 9 - Flinders University Stadium - 10/06/19

South Adelaide 3.4 5.4 7.6 9.7 61
Norwood 2.1 6.9 8.11 11.14 80


Goals: Biemans, Grimley, Ryan 2, Beeche, Beenham, Elmes
Best: Whitbread, Colwell, McKinnon, Moffa Elmes, Badger
Injuries: Nil

The South Adelaide reserves fell to Norwood in a hard fought 19-point loss at Flinders University Stadium on Monday.

The Panthers started strong, heading into quarter time with a 3.4 (22) to 2.1 (13) point lead.

However, South Adelaide would struggle to get much momentum going over the next three quarters, falling to a 9.7 (61) to 11.14 (80) defeat.

James Grimley and Benjamin Ryan combined to give the Panthers two goals in 3 minutes midway through the first quarter. However, Norwood would return with two of their own goals through Barnett and Grove.

Making his return was Anthony Biemans who would kick the final goal of the first quarter. He would go on to finish the match with 14 disposals, four marks, and two goals.

Norwood kicked the first two goals of the second quarter before the Panthers could steady with Grimley kicking his second.

Jesse Moffa was busy around the ground, totaling 21 disposals, ten marks, and four tackles.

However, Norwood would respond with two more goals in a row before Biemans could kick his second of the game late in the first half.

Down by 11 points, the Panthers had some work to do in the second half. A goal by Joel Beeche just four minutes into the third quarter began a shoot out between the two sides.

Norwood's Jed Spence would reply for the visitors, only for Ryan to respond with his second for the game. Henry Crawford would strike late in the third quarter for Norwood to put Souths deficit back to 11-points at the final change.

Nathan Beenham would kick truly just one and a half minutes into the last quarter. However, the Redlegs would go on to kick two in a row before Jackson Elmes could reply with a late goal but it wasn't enough for the win.

Job Colwell finished the game strong, collecting 27 disposals, nine marks, and five rebounds.

Meanwhile, Jesse Mckinnon was once again impressive, finishing with 26 disposals, four marks, and nine clearances.

South Adelaide reserves sit seventh and will now face Glenelg at Flinders University Stadium on Sunday, June 16, from 11:30 am.

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South Adelaide to wear 1899 premiership guernsey to help fight MND.

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 7 June 2019
South Adelaide to wear 1899 premiership guernsey to help fight MND.

In Round 9 the Panthers will wear a guernsey to commemorate the 1899 Premiership win over Norwood while helping the fight on MND.

Football was a very different landscape in 1899, where the then nicknamed South Adelaide 'Freshwaters' were able to claim the premiership over Norwood, making it 6 from the decade. 

In a far cry from the professional standards of today, there was "'no organised training then, we would run until we were dog tired and then get rubbed down by trainers whose hands were as rough as sandpaper." Afl Dawes told a newspaper in 1965.

"To go to Norwood we used to catch the old three horse tram from the corner of Grenfell and King William Streets and pack on as many players as we could.  Half the time the horses couldn't pull us and we would have to get out and give them a hand."

The 1899 Grand Final was one of the most anticipated game of the year with the highest crowd attending Adelaide Oval.

However, it wasn't the close game everyone was hoping for as  "South Adelaide played one of their best games of the season." as recounted from a match report. 

"Norwood were beaten in every point of the game" "never for ten minutes played in anything like the style they did on September 1."'

In an era where there was only one field umpire, it was noted that umpire Mr.Crapp from Melbourne judged the game extremely well.

"His judgment, quick, consistent decisions and general efficiency earned for him the highest respect of the spectators."

South were nine points up at halftime, with J.O'Dea dominating the ruck contests, and rover Bobby Grierson ('the best man of the year') taking full advantage of the hit outs.

In the second half Norwood had even greater difficulty in holding off 'the clever combination of South, who were playing perfectly together,' and the 'Freshwaters' went on to record a 28 point win.

South Adelaide vs Norwood
Play Off - Adelaide Oval - 09/09/1899

South Adelaide 1.6 1.9 2.9 5.12 42
Norwood 0.0 1.0 1.0 2.2 14


Back to the modern day, in Monday's Queen's Birthday match against Norwood, the Panthers will be wearing an 1899 style guernsey to commemorate 120 years since that win over Norwood. 

In conjuction with the guernsey, the Panthers will be swapping their famous hooped socks for a pair blue and teal coloured socks in support of SockIt2MND

Next week, match worn 1899 guernsey's will be available to purchase with the money raised from the sale of the guernseys being donated to MND. 

For more information, the FightMND website is fightmdn.org.au

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Betta Teams: Juniors - U18 Round 9

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 6 June 2019
Betta Teams: Juniors - U18 Round 9
 

South Adelaide's Under-18s play their second home game as the Redlegs head to Flinders University Stadium on Saturday. 

Junior teams presented by Hilton's Betta Home Living

Under-18s

What: South Adelaide vs Norwood
Where: Flidners University Stadium
When: Saturday, June 8 - 11:00am
Entry: Free

Number Name Local Club
1 Phoenix Spicer Morphettville FC
2 Connor Sampson Myponga/Sellicks FC
3 Dylan Brown Happy Valley FC
4 Max Clifton Flagstaff Hill FC
5 Clinton Calyun OSB/Lonsdale FC
6 Talon Copley Reynella FC
7 Liam Nye Willunga FC
8 Tyler Oliver Goodwood FC
9 Jack Fitzgerald Yankalilla FC
11 Matthew Coulthard OSB/Lonsdale FC
12 Shane Pettiford Christie's Beach FC
13 Mitch Riddle Brighton FC
14 Lachlan Inthavong Reynella FC
15 Liam Hamilton Happy Valley FC
16 Bradley Strapps Cove FC
17 Harry Spacie Happy Valley FC
20 Marcus Lippett Encounter Bay FC
24 Aaron Douglass Willunga FC
27 Boyd Austin Reynella FC
28 Kyle Bray-Wallace Kenilworth FC
31 Samuel Hindes Kangarilla FC
34 Lachlan Williams Encounter Bay FC
35 Nicholas Kraemer Reynella FC
36 Matthew Reed Flagstaff Hill FC
     
     

In: Inthavong, Lippett, Reed, Rice, Spacie, Strapps.

Out: Freitag (State), Hay, Mccreery, Wilkinson (State)

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Betta Teams: SANFL Round 9 - South Adelaide vs Norwood

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 6 June 2019
Betta Teams: SANFL Round 9 - South Adelaide vs Norwood
 

South Adelaide look to bounce back against the Redlegs at home on the Queen's Birthday Holiday Monday.

Returning to Flinders University Stadium for the first time since May 4, the Panthers look to get a big scalp against a strong Norwood outfit on Monday. 

Anthony Biemans has been named looking to make his return since a hamstring has kept him on the sidelines since round 4. 

Also coming into the extended squad is Jesse McKinnon and Brett Kennedy, who comes off a 5-goal hall in the Reserves in last week.

An extended squad has been named which must be cut by three before the first bounce on Monday afternoon. 

All the action kicks off with the Reserves at 11:30 am followed by League at 2:40 pm. 

What: SANFL Round 9 - South Adelaide vs Norwood
Where: Flinders University Stadium (Noarlunga)
When: Monday, June 10 - League 2:10pm; Reserves 11:30am
Tickets: Purchase online here Adult $14; Concession $8; Kids U18 free
Watch: SANFL Digital Pass
Listen: 1079 FM LifeFM

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


 

Changes

In: Biemans, McKinnon, Kennedy
Out: nil
New: nil
Milestones: nil

Reserves

Badger, Baker, Beeche, Beenham, Colwell, Davies, Elmes, Grimley,  Illingworth Juckers, Kernahan, Lovering, Manuel, Mills, Makoi, Moffa, Ryan, Snelling, Whitbread.

In: Badger, Makoi
Out: Kennedy (League)McKinnon (League), Milsom (state), Sladojevic (state). 

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Joel Cross inks a new deal

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 15 November 2019
Joel Cross inks a new deal
Dual Magarey Medallist Joel Cross has signed a new deal that will see him at Flinders University Stadium in 2020.  Coming off another o...
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Broadbent heads South.

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 14 November 2019
Broadbent heads South.
South Adelaide welcomes former Port Adelaide player Matthew Broadbent to Noarlunga for 2020. The Henley Sharks/Woodville West-Torrens ju...
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Brooksby back in blue and white for 2020

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 13 November 2019
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