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Vale Paul Harradine

Posted by Jonathon Parker on 26 October 2021
Vale Paul Harradine

The South Adelaide Football Club is saddened to learn of the passing former Panther Paul Harradine.

Making his debut as player 1246 in 1977 for the Panthers against Glenelg, he would go on to play 90 games for South Adelaide before making the move to Woodville in 1985.

Coming to the Panthers from Seacombe Heights, the winger/half-forward would take out the Under-19 Best and Fairest in 1975. 

In a SA football article from 1977, Harradine noted that Haydn Button Jr and John Reid where two of his biggest influences during his early years at the Panthers. 

Harradine earned the nicknamed 'Two Fruits' from then South Adelaide runner Graham Hebbard because of his job as a sales representative for SPC.

The South Adelaide Football Club sends its condolences to the Harradine family.

Author:Jonathon Parker
Tags:Panthers PastSenior Football

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