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STAT LEADERSSTAT LEADERSBY PHIL HERDENPOSSESSION LEADERS Gm Poss Poss/Gm1 St 9 SHEEDY Jade 16 454 28.42 NA 16 ALLAN James 15 426 28.43 Nw 4 GALLAGHER James 15 414 27.64 PA 2 CLAYTON Jeremy 15 413 27.55 SA 33 HANDBY Michael 16 399 24.96 NA 12 ARCHARD Rhys 16 384 24.07 SA 17 BOYD James 16 371 23.28 PA 33 SUMMERTON Steven 14 370 26.49 St 2 CRANE Luke 16 362 22.610 WA 7 BAILEY Steve 15 360 24.0KICK LEADERS Gm Kicks Kick/Gm1 NA 16 ALLAN James 15 294 19.62 St 9 SHEEDY Jade 16 274 17.13 WA 7 BAILEY Steve 15 257 17.14 PA 2 CLAYTON Jeremy 15 252 16.85 St 2 CRANE Luke 16 237 14.86 PA 33 SUMMERTON Steven 14 234 16.77 NA 12 ARCHARD Rhys 16 227 14.28 WA 5 CUPIDO Damian 15 225 15.09 WA 31 BROWN Nathan 13 220 16.910 SA 17 BOYD James 16 215 13.4MARK LEADERS Gm Marks Mk/Gm1 NA 2 ALLEWAY Clinton 15 129 8.62 WA 31 BROWN Nathan 13 116 8.93 St 16 PERRIE Ian 16 113 7.14 St 7 CHAMBERS Brant 16 113 7.15 NA 12 ARCHARD Rhys 16 101 6.36 SA 5 PRENDERGAST Ian 14 100 7.17 PA 33 SUMMERTON Steven 14 99 7.18 WA 16 WILLITS Ryan 15 99 6.69 CD 22 HAYES Andrew 16 92 5.810 Gl 6 PANOZZO Luke 16 92 5.8HIT-OUT LEADERS Gm HO HO/Gm1 Gl 9 CRANSTON Trevor 16 296 18.52 SA 34 PARRY Craig 14 242 17.33 NA 43 O’HARA Brett 14 240 17.14 Ea 28 DABROSWKI Brad 16 238 14.95 PA 27 MEIKLEJOHN James 10 190 19.06 St 37 DeLUCA Fabian 9 160 17.87 St 26 FEAST Simon 13 160 12.38 CD 18 MACKENZIE Jason 16 158 9.99 PA 43 MARIC Ivan 6 144 24.010 Nw 1 COCKSHELL Adam 15 134 8.9South’s Craig Parrymoves into secondplace on the SANFL’shit-out table.HANDBALL LEADERS Gm HB HB/Gm1 Nw 4 GALLAGHER James 15 200 13.32 SA 33 HANDBY Michael 16 192 12.03 St 9 SHEEDY Jade 16 180 11.34 Gl 14 ALLEN Ty 16 166 10.45 PA 2 CLAYTON Jeremy 15 161 10.76 Gl 23 MURPHY Byron 14 157 11.27 NA 12 ARCHARD Rhys 16 157 9.88 SA 17 BOYD James 16 156 9.89 SA 10 TORNEY Jason 15 144 9.610 Gl 3 KANE Ben 16 137 8.6SCORING LEADERS Gm G B1 St 7 CHAMBERS Brant 16 82 412 PA 23 HARGRAVES Daniel 15 49 353 Ea 6 PASSADOR Mark 10 44 114 Nw 24 WALKER Taylor 13 43 225 Gl 1 GRIMA Todd 14 43 96 SA 19 WARREN Ben 15 41 227 Gl 33 McCONNELL Justin 16 39 218 NA 2 ALLEWAY Clinton 15 32 189 St 16 PERRIE Ian 16 31 1410 NA 30 YOUNIE Heath 15 29 15FOR MORE STATS AND RECORDS, BUY THE 230-PAGE 2008 WEST END SA FOOTBALL MEDIA GUIDE - AVAILABLE WHERE FOOTBALL BUDGETS ARE SOLD.4SANFL FOOTBALL BUDGET - ROUND 19 - LEAGUE FOOTY


PROFILE: ALLEWAY SETS SIGHTS ON 100 GAMESALLEWAY SETS SIGHTS ON100 GAMESBY KATELIN NELLIGANNorth Adelaide forwardClint Alleway reachedhis 50-game milestone withthe club last week and the27 year old is alreadyplanning how he can turn50 into 100.“At the moment, I’mdrawing a fair bit out ofRichmond’s MatthewRichardson,” Alleway said.“If he can still give it a kick,I’m sure I can.“Hell, I might evenmake 150.”Alleway has long beenknown as one of football’sjourneymen.“I’ve never got 100 gameswith any of the other clubsI’ve played for,” he said.Now, Alleway is ready tobreak that stereotype andsettle down in Adelaide for“at least the next few years.”“The SANFL has got a bitmore history than any othercompetitions I’ve played in,”he said.“Getting 100 games will beremembered and respectedin years to come.”After moving fromMelbourne to Queenslandas a nine year old, Alleway’sfootball career startedtwo years later when hejoined Brisbane’s RedlandSharks.He quickly progressed toAlex Hills, and later,Queensland’s South-EasternBushrangers before makinghis senior football debut in1999 with Mt Gravatt.Delisted from the BrisbaneLions’ rookie list in 2002,Alleway made the move toVictoria, taking up a positionwith the Box Hill Hawks inthe VFL, where he wascaptain from 2004 to 2005.In his third season atProspect, Alleway is enjoyingevery minute of the SANFL.“It’s a competition where youcan challenge yourselfbecause you come up againstgood sides week in, week out.“The supporter base hereis also great.“The crowds really getbehind us, not like in the VFL.”Back in 2005, Allewaydonned the Big V jumper toplay against South Australia.However, this year herevelled in the irony ofplaying for SA against hisformer Victorian teammates,slotting through sixgoals to win the FosWilliams Medal.“It was a good experienceand I enjoyed getting to knowmore people in the SANFL.“It was a great opportunityto stamp the SANFL as thenumber one competitionoutside the AFL.”The oldest of five children,Alleway grew up in a sportsorientatedhousehold.His father, Grant, was a toplevelwater polo player forVictoria and Queensland, andhis youngest sister, Laura, iscurrently in the YoungMatildas soccer squad.Brothers Russell and Rob,were also interested infootball and Rob continuesto play for Alex Hills.Living away from his familyhas made life a little moredifficult over the years, butAlleway said they havealways supported him in hisgoal to play football at ashigh a level as he can.“Even though they live inQueensland, mum and dadstill come to see me playthree or four times a year.“They’ve still been therethrough all the good andbad times.”One of those bad timeswas North’s Grand Final losslast year.“That’s probably mymost memorable footymoment, but certainly notthe most enjoyable.”For Alleway it is a positionthat is all too familiar duringhis 10 years of seniorfootball. He has played innine finals series withoutwinning a premiership.However, the Rooster’sleading mark-taker remainspositive and determined.“There’s no need forrevenge,” he said.“We can learn from lastyear and hopefully we get toapply what we’ve learnt.“It gives us a bit moreexperience.”In his spare time, Allewaylikes fishing in his new boatand breeding tropical fish.While his boyhood dreamwas to become a vet,Alleway thrives in hiscurrent role as a physicalNorth’s Clint Allewayeducation and scienceteacher at Salisbury High.“It’s great because itkeeps you up and about,and not sitting down inan office all day.”‘Allers’ has also enjoyedcoaching the school’s openboys knock-out football team.“It’s been a lot of fun.“They’re all pretty goodboys and I haven’t had to doa great deal of coaching.“It’s made me think aboutcoaching juniors in the future.”For the moment though,Alleway is focused on hisown game and while hesees his competitivenessas his strength, there arealso improvements hewants to make.“I need to keep my feet more,I go to ground too often.”Then, with a laugh: “Maybethat’s what I need to do toget to 100 games.”SANFL FOOTBALL BUDGET - VISIT: WWW.SANFL.COM.AU 5


YOUNG GUNS OF THE SANFLYOUNG GUNS OF THE SANFLBY PETER ARGENTDotted through SANFLhistory, there are playersin their teenage years thathave exploded onto ourfootball stage, going on tosuccessful careers.Dexter Kennedy was theyoungest player to get anopportunity at SANFL Leaguelevel, when he debuted backin 1970 as a 15 year old forWest Adelaide.Norwood great GarryMcIntosh won the McCallumMedal at Under17 level in1981, and the following yearwas a member of the Redlegs’premiership team under thetutelage of coach Neil Balme.While still in his teens, tripleMagarey Medallist LindsayHead was already apremiership player for WestTorrens in 1953.Former Port Adelaide AFLstar Gavin Wanganeen wasa member of the Port AdelaideMagpies’ 1990 premiershipas a 17 year old, while CentralDistrict’s Shannon Hurn wasa duel premiership playerwith the Bulldogs in 2004and 2005, just after heturned 18.Woodville-West Torrens’18-year-old Sam Faircloughalready had a premiershipmedallion in his trophy casefrom the Eagles’ 2006 triumph.This week, we take a clubby-clublook at the currentcrop of young guns lightingup the SANFL.Central DistrictCoupled with theirexperienced senior group, theBulldogs have blooded anumber of new talents intosenior football this year.Brayden O’Hara is a 20-yearoldleft-footed wingman whohas been waiting for threeyears at Reserves level for hischance, grabbing everyopportunity with both hands.Matthew Westhoff displayedhis potential earlier in theseason, while another AFL listedplayer, 18-year-old James Moss,got his first chance in the Round13 thrashing of the Eagles.Hailing from Angaston, theskilful Louis Hadden has forcedhis way back in the senior teamat Hamra Homes Oval.GlenelgCompetition pacesetter,Glenelg, has a number of upand coming teenagers whoare trying to secure a regularberth in the senior squadunder Mark Mickan.When the Bays’ mentor wasat the Eagles in the late 1990s,he had a lot of successbringing young talent through,including the likes of KenMcGregor and Brett Burton.Names to watch in the blackand gold jumper include keyposition player Lachlan Button,the tough and tenacious TomHolmes, Paul Adlington andthe excitement machine fromBroken Hill, pocket dynamoLachlan McGregor.McGregor’s game is based onthat of the indigenous smallforwards of the AFL, withlightning speed, tremendousgoal sense, and for a smallplayer, a tremendous leap.If he can make theadjustments to SANFLfootball, McGregor could bean eye-catching addition to apotent Glenelg forward line.With an initial AFL appearance,James Sellar, who comes from avolleyball background, isanother Tiger youngster withhigh expectations.North AdelaideEnduring an indifferentseason, the Roosters haveproduced massive formswings this year.While this is usually acriticism made of youngfootballers, one of North’smost consistent players overthe greater portion of thisseason has been 18-year-oldgoalsneak Matthew Wright.After dealing with an offfieldincident which left himwith a fractured skull, Wrighthas shown strength ofcharacter, performingadmirably as a small forwardwhile getting the occasionalrun on the ball.Other youngsters withpotential, who have receivedlimited opportunities underAndrew Jarman’s watch,include Josh Starke, theThompson boys Wade andKriston, while another youngtalent who has found hisniche at this level in defenceis Damien Cunningham.NorwoodFrom a rookie perspective,the star of the year so far hasbeen another Broken Hill boy,the Crows listed Taylor Walker.The 18 year old played in asenior Grand Final last yearfor North Broken Hill, kickingseven goals.Walker gained All-Australianhonours playing for NSW/ACTin the Under-18s national titles.6SANFL FOOTBALL BUDGET - ROUND 19 - LEAGUE FOOTY


A clip of the SANFL’s young-guns - L-R: Brayden O’Hara (CENTRAL), Taylor Walker (NORWOOD), Matthew Wright (NORTH), Tom Holmes (GLENELG), Charles Sharples (STURT) and Kerren Hall (PORT).Walker debuted inspectacular style for Norwoodin Round Four, kicking fourgoals against the Eagles,including one with his firstkick at League level.Firmly entrenched in the topten goalkickers in the SANFL,Walker kicked a matchwinningnine-goal haulagainst the Eagles in Round10 at Woodville Oval.Aaron Kite has receivedopportunities under TrevorHill this year, while Jesse Aish,son of 1981 Magarey MedallistMichael, has got the abilityand pedigree to becomeanother star of the SANFL.Port Adelaide MagpiesOne of the young stars of theSANFL is the hard running,skilful and courageous SteveSummerton, who collected theinaugural Coca-Cola RisingStar award last year.With no sign of secondseason blues, Summerton isagain high in the SANFL’saverage possession winnersthis season.Perhaps the two mostexciting young prospectsin the Magpies’ jumper areSam Mardling and ZaneKirkwood, but sadly they haveboth succumbed to injury andare spending extendedperiods rehabilitating fromshoulder problems.From the Eyre Peninsula,Kerren Hall has shown plentyof potential, while otheryoungsters like Josh Taylorand Casey Carr havedisplayed an aptitude forfootball at this level.South AdelaideNow under a second coachfor the season, Clay Sampson,the Panthers are pushing anumber of new talentsthrough their ranks.Strathalbyn and formerSacred Heart captain SamElliott has at times beenbrilliant in the traditional blueand white jumper.Other locally bred talentsinclude last year’s ReservesMagarey Medallist JamesBoyd, and key position playerJames Turner, along with the17-year-old Tarak Redigoloand Tom Carroll.SturtOne of the most impressiveyoung talents in thecompetition this year hasbeen Darwin boy andRostrevor student CharlieSharples, who after just ninegames, made his senior statedebut against the VFL in June.At just 18, Nick Wark hasquickly made a name forhimself in the Double Blues’defence, while anotherteenager to watch is formerRooster, Josh Cubillo.Seb Paynter, son of formerSturt and Glenelg star Jack,has made his first tentativesteps onto this stage.Crows rookie Brodie Martinalso has all the attributesrequired to perform at thislevel, and has already provedhimself in recent games.West AdelaideUnable to find the formulafor premiership success since1983, one area where theBloods have excelled is injunior development.Current AFL footballers AdamCooney, Tim Schmidt, CameronWood, Henry Slattery andByron Schammer are amongthe host of young talent to befostered at West Adelaide.Another to look out foris 20-year-old Daniel Caire,who has the potential tobecome a key footballer inthe red and black jumper forthe next decade.Aaron Fielke, from thefamous Fielke clan at Loxton,is also just starting to makehis mark at this level.Hamish Hartlett and TysonSlattery, a lad whose father,Wayne, dashed onto the scenein 1978 as a 16 year old, arealso getting their chance.Woodville-West TorrensOne thing Eagles’ coach RonFuller isn’t afraid of doing isblooding young talent.While still only 18, SamFairclough is a regularselection in the Eagles seniorteam. He is likely to notch uphis 50th senior game duringthe first half of next year, aslong as injury doesn’tinterfere.Fuller has also promoted 18year olds Cody Hicksand Nathan Daniel, smallforward Travis Lane, andChris Hall, along with thesilky smooth and matureMatthew Broadbent.Craig Fitzgerald is alsomaking a name for himself asa crumbing option in attack,and after going through ashoulder reconstruction,Jared Petrenko is starting tomake a name for himself as asmall defender.SANFL FOOTBALL BUDGET - VISIT: WWW.SANFL.COM.AU 7


PROFILE: NORTH’S HEATH YOUNIE REACHES 150 GAMESNORTH’S HEATH YOUNIEREACHES 150 GAMESNorth Adelaide’s HeathYounie will play his 150thSANFL game against CentralDistrict at Prospect Oval today.Younie is one of North’smost consistent players, andhis achievement is even moremeritorious considering hehad to make the transitionfrom interstate to play SANFLLeague football in Adelaide.Younie grew up in countryVictoria near Wodonga on theRiver Murray, and his journeyto the Roosters was certainlyan interesting one.The Murray Bushrangersrecognised Younie’s talentearly as he quicklyestablished himself as aplayer with a bright future inthe game.After consistently impressingfor the Bushrangers, Youniewas subsequently drafted tothe West Coast Eagles wherehe spent two years on theirlist, unable to break into apowerful Eagles’ line up.Disillusioned with football,Younie returned to familiarsurrounds at Wodonga,happy to spend the rest ofhis playing days back wherehe grew up amongst familyand friends.However, a visit from formerNorth coach Darel Hartreignited Younie’s passion forthe game, and his career withthe Roosters began.Since joining North in 2001,Younie has excelled, firmlyestablishing himself as oneof the SANFL’s premierplayers with a record thatspeaks for itself.Younie was named North’sclub champion in 2002 and2006 and after another solidseason in 2007, he againpolled well to finish runner-upin the award.Along with his all-roundteam game, Younie has alsoproven to be a dangerousopportunist in front of goalwith his pace and guilehelping him notch up over230 goals for the Roosters.North coach Andrew Jarmansaid Younie deserved hisreputation as a player whodidn’t take short-cuts.“Heath’s professional attitudeis something special,” he said.North’s Heath Youniereaches 150 SANFL games“He leads by example and isa pleasure to coach.“His willingness to stay withthe club when they werestruggling in the early 2000’sis also not lost to everyone.North Adelaide footballoperations manager JamesMoore agreed that Younie hadbeen a loyal servant for theclub both on and off the field.“Heath is a great club man,one that really puts the clubfirst in everything he does,”he said.“Congratulations to Heathand all SANFL supportersthankyou for your efforts sofar and we look forward toseeing the number 30 roamingaround for North for someyears to come.”SANFL FOOTBALL BUDGET - VISIT: WWW.SANFL.COM.AU 9


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STAR PLAYER | STAR SEARCHSTAR PLAYER OF THE YEAR& R.O. SHEARMAN MEDALChad O’Sullivan clinches five Star Player votesCentral District’s ChadO’Sullivan played a keyrole in the Bulldogs’ brilliant45 point win over Glenelg atHamra Homes Oval lastSaturday night.O’Sullivan’s outstandingperformance saw himrewarded with five votes inthe ‘be active’ Star Player andR.O Shearman Medal.Chad O’SullivanJudged by members of theSANFL’s 200 Club on a 5-4-3-2-1 basis for every minorround match, the award carrieswith it a $3000 first prize.P.S. Three ‘Mystery Rounds’have been allocated duringthe course of the year inwhich voting results will bekept secret until the end ofthe season.Star Player Votes Round 18SOUTH V NORTH @HICKINBOTHAM OVAL5 James Boyd South4 Jason Torney South3 Clint Alleway North2 Luke Ivens North1 Mitchell Sandery SouthCENTRAL V GLENELG @HAMRA HOMES OVAL5 Chad O’Sullivan Central4 Ryan Williams Central3 Ian Callinan Central2 Luke Panozzo Glenelg1 Matthew Westhoff CentralPORT V NORWOOD @ALBERTON OVAL5 James Meiklejohn Port4 Jeremy Clayton Port3 Josh Donohue Norwood2 Joel Perry Port1 James Gallagher NorwoodSTURT V EAGLES @HOUSE BROTHERS OVAL5 Patrick Fittock Sturt4 Luke Powell Eagles3 Mark McKenzie Eagles2 Daniel Wicks Sturt1 Tristan Gum SturtLeaderboard (After Round 18, excludes Mystery Rds 11 & 15)31 Jade Sheedy Sturt24 Adam Fisher Glenelg24 Luke Crane Sturt22 Jeremy Clayton Port21 James Allen North20 Ty Allen Glenelg19 James Boyd South19 Luke Powell Eagles19 Mark McKenzie Eagles19 Paul Thomas CentralStar Player of the Yearand R.O. Shearman Medallists2000 – Gavin Colville (Eagles)2001 – Ryan O’Connor (Port)2002 – Jade Sheedy (Sturt)2003 – Brett Backwell (Glenelg)Marco Bello (Central)2004 – Salim Hassan (West)2005 – Jeremy Clayton (Port)2006 – Justin Cicolella (Eagles)2007 – James Allan (North)Tarak Redigolo from theSouth Adelaide FootballClub has been named theRound 18 Coca-Cola StarSearch Award nominee.The 17 year old started hisplaying career with theMcLaren Football Club and hasworked his way through South’sranks to make his debut in theLeague team this year.His first League match wasthe Round 10 clash againstSTAR SEARCH AWARDSouth’s Tarak Redigolo wins Coca-Cola Star Search award nominationCentral District, where hekicked two goals.Redigolo has already made asignificant impact on theground, showcasing a tough,relentless playing style.He is currently jugglingfooty commitments withYear 12 studies at WoodcroftCollege.Redigolo is South’s fourthCoca-Cola Star Searchnominee for season 2008.On the completion of theminor round, one of the 23nominees will be chosen,by the review panel as the2008 Coca-Cola Star SearchAward Winner. The awardcarries a winner’s purseof $2000.Introduced last season, theCoca-Cola Star Search Awardrecognises the talentedyoungsters making their markin League ranks.TarakRedigoloSANFL FOOTBALL BUDGET - VISIT: WWW.SANFL.COM.AU 11


MINI LEAGUE TEAMSMINI LEAGUEALL MATCHES TO BE PLAYED AT HALF-TIME OF THE LEAGUE MATCHEAGLES V be active @ WOODVILLE OVALNORTH V be active @ PROSPECT OVALEAGLES(Whitefriars Catholic PS)1 Jayden Bortoletto2 Michael Skrinnikoff3 Lachlan Leonardi4 Stefan Kanakaris5 Harrison Giannakis6 Xenophon Laparidis7 Nicola Romano8 Cameron Richards9 Hayden Niscioli10 Tim Le11 Michael Vaskelainen12 Joshua Binnion13 Sharone Thomas14 Jun Seo15 George Dimitrakopoulos17 Jack Firns18 Nick Latassa19 Dhenon Economou20 Stefan Ikonomos21 Nikolaos Diamond22 Fletcher Wren23 Kosta Economou24 Lucy Perrybe active(Woodville/Allenby GardensPrimary Schools)1 Calem Chandler4 Josh Jackson-Drewett5 Anthony Dimas6 Jai Clark7 Colin Muscara8 Ben Wesley9 Cody Wall-Waddell12 Zac Tait13 Walter Wilson14 Rhain Bayliss15 Alex Dimas16 Kyle O’Reagan17 William Baker18 Ben Mattin19 Khalid Turkey20 Jarrod McDonald21 Liam McGee22 Brendan FrancescaNORTH(Leigh Creek & Roxby Downs)2 Jack Reid3 Kurtis Ward4 Luke Nicholls5 Andrew Ragless6 Brad Kelly7 Mitchell Cummins8 Brett Thompson9 Barry Amos10 Jorde Amos11 Joel McIvor12 Brian Webbbe active(Modbury West)1 Hayden Allocca2 Jack Greening3 Malcolm Karpany4 Lusiya Karausi5 Ryan Bielak6 Nathan Richards7 Brodie Geisler8 James Adams9 James Shaddock10 Jessica Weeden11 Cameron Sandercock12 Majok Atem13 Thomas Adams14 Hayden Brice15 Sam Finch16 Jack Parker17 Ethan Mount18 Chris Davison19 Oscar MarroneNORWOOD V be active @ COOPERS STADIUMWEST V be active @ BROADSPECTRUM OVALNORWOOD(Ridgehaven PS)be active(Team unavailable at time of printing)WEST(Black Forest PS)be active(Mid Murray Football Association)1 Alexander Wong2 Marcus Nettheim3 Will Cutts4 Frank Connolly5 Ben Crowhurst6 Chris Dahl7 Tom Kilgariff8 Sam Downes9 Kade Rickmann10 Mark Lane11 Edward Dadds12 Jackson Marsh13 Fraser Thomson14 Jack Fugler-Anderton15 Alexander Bate16 Charles Hall17 Michael Tiggeman1 Alex Ostojic2 Thomas Jackman3 William Sharp4 Nick Oag5 Tom Scott6 Jay Slaughter7 Zach Boyle8 Ned Halliday9 Jake Schultz10 Patrick Melhuish11 Joshua Partington12 Michael Warn13 Nathan Rynne14 Ryan Miller15 Matt Bradley16 Matthew Sutter17 Harrison Eckert18 Isaac Glonek19 James Penney20 Dale Braysher21 Tate Sharman22 Riley Cocks23 Jordan Giblett24 Jacob Kostoglou25 Danny Axarlis26 Aaron Blows1 Jacob Atze2 Jacob Greiger3 Steven Kain4 Kyle Lambe5 Tyler Lambe6 Alistair Laurie7 Doug Laurie8 Peter Laurie9 Curtis Linton10 James Littlehales11 Blake Lockett12 Sam Schmaal-Henke13 Jack Schultz14 Jaden Schultz15 Brayden Seidel16 Jarrod Seidel17 Shannon Tanner18 Jack Wiebrect12SANFL FOOTBALL BUDGET - ROUND 19 - LEAGUE FOOTY


ON THE SIDELINES | MILESTONESON THE SIDELINESCENTRAL DISTRICTElijah Ware Ribs TestDaniel Schell Groin TestCharles Slattery Knee 2 weeksDaniel Havelberg Ankle SeasonLeigh Westhoff Foot IndefiniteGLENELGBen Kane Ankle TBALachlan Button Hand 6 weeksMatthew Bode Stomach muscle strain TestMark Ruwoldt Knee TestBrad Vallance Hamstring TestDamien McCormack Shoulder IndefiniteElliott King Knee SeasonNORTH ADELAIDEDarryl Wintle Groin TestKriston Thompson Back TestShane Schubert Foot 2 weeksTrent Sporn Ankle 4 weeksPhil Davis Shoulder SeasonNORWOODStephen Doyle Hamstring TBADavid Trotter Hamstring TestAndrew Kirwan Jaw 4 weeksDylan Pfitzner Back SeasonBrad DeVries Shoulder SeasonScott Borlace Knee SeasonPORT ADELAIDE MAGPIESLuke Saunders Shoulder TestShayne Biasci Hamstring 1 weekVinnie Rugolo Hamstring 1 weekMatthew King Hamstring 2 weeksSam Mardling Shoulder 4 weeksZane Kirkwood Shoulder SeasonSOUTH ADELAIDEMathew Smith Concussion TBAJosh Thewlis Foot TestSam Elliott Leg TestBen Warren Leg TestIan Prendergast Shoulder TBASTURTIan Perrie Abdomen bruising TestMichael Coad Hamstring 3-4 weeksAndrew Whiteman Back TestSeb Paynter Adductor TestDarren Gregory Knee 5 weeksSam Miles Shoulder IndefiniteWEST ADELAIDERyan Anderson Concussion AvailableBen Grieger Knee 1-2 weeksAaron Fielke Hamstring 3 weeksRhys Stanley Knee 4-6 weeksHamish Hartlett Shoulder SeasonCaolan Buckley Ankle SeasonSalim Hassan Knee SeasonLogan Hill Broke leg SeasonWOODVILLE-WEST TORRENSBen Schwarze Quad 2 weeksSam Davoren Quad 2 weeksAdam Grocke Quad TestGavin Colville Hamstring TestDamien Williamson Back TestSam Fairclough Groin TestCraig Gogoll Hamstring 1 weekJames Stewart Hamstring 1 weekJustin Cicolella Hamstring 2 weeksPeter Fiacchi Knee 3 weeksJames Rimington Knee 3 weeksMILESTONESHEATHYOUNIENORTH150GAMES (IF SELECTED)ANDREWMCINTYRENORTH50GAMES (IF SELECTED)New Mazda3 Neo SportSedan and Hatch from$20,490#Loaded with:Power windows & mirrors15 inch alloy wheelsUpper grade interiorStandard features:2.0 litre 16V DOHC engine Dual airbagsABS with EBD and EBAAir conditioningProud SponsorPARADISE MOTORS MAZDA LVD 1370 Paradise 8337 3377AUSTRALIAN MOTORS MAZDA LVD 80 Wayville 8179 3666CITY MAZDA LVD 182170 Hindmarsh 8245 1300AUSTRALIAN MOTORS MAZDA LVD 80 Edwardstown 8297 1999REYNELLA MAZDA LVD 1527801 Reynella 8381 0700JARRETT MAZDA LVD 2644 Bridgewater 8370 8366www.mazda.com.auThis advertisement is a manufacturer’s advertisement and vehicles must be bought from dealers.# Recommended Promotional Price for 2008 Mazda3 Neo Sport manual excluding dealer delivery and statutory charges.50184SANFL FOOTBALL BUDGET - VISIT: WWW.SANFL.COM.AU 13


KIDS’ CORNERKIDS’ CORNERFind the player’s name.Can you find the following player’s last names in the box below?. (1. HANDBY, 2. KLUN, 3. BROWN, 4. ALLEN, 5. AISH, 6. LEES7. GUM, 8. THOMAS, 9. ALLEWAY, 10. KITE)Q E T U O A D G J L X V N W R Y I P S F H K Z C B M Q E T U O A D G J LX V N W R Y I P S F H K Z C B M Q E T U O A D G J L X V N W R Y I P S FH A N D B Y Q S T U O A D G J L X V N W R Y I P S F H K Z C B M Q E T UO L D G J L N V H W R Y I P E F H K Z C B M Q E T U O A D G J L X H N WR L I P S F W K Z C B M Q E T U O A D G J L X V N W R Y I P S F O K Z CB E Q E T U O A D G J L S V N W R Y I P S F H K L U N M Q E T M O A D GJ N X V N W R Y I U S F H K Z C B M Q E T U O A D G J L X V A W R Y I PS F H K Z C B M Q M T U O A D G J L X V N W R Y I P S F H S Z C B M Q ET U O A D G J L X V N W R Y I P S F H K Z C B M Q E T U O A L L E W A YN W R Y I P S F H K Z C B M Q E T I K A D G J L X V N W R Y I P S F H KCan you spot the footy?Answers - Page 30Where is the ball that Eagles player Lee Staples is going to mark?Spot the differences! Answers - Page 30There are 7 differences to be found, can you find them all?14SANFL FOOTBALL BUDGET - ROUND 19 - LEAGUE FOOTY


SANFL NEWSSANFL NEWSHALL OF FAME INDUCTEESLast Thursday, the SANFL welcomed five newinductees into its South Australian Football Hallof Fame. The inductees were:• Geoff Kingston (West Torrens 1960-1968 andAdvertiser sports journalist from 1964-1989)• Peter Woite (Port Adelaide 1969-1978 and MagareyMedallist 1975)• Nigel Smart (South Adelaide 1988-1992, 2004, and AdelaideCrows 1991-2004)• Doug Thomas (West Adelaide 1951-1956, 1961-1965)• Keith Thomas (Norwood 1979-1986, 1989-1992)Next week’s SA Football Budget will feature profiles on eachnew member and a special edition cover.U16 CHAMPIONSHIPSSouth Australia put in a solid performance at the Coca-ColaU16 Championships at the Gold Coast last week.This year, the South Aussies registered a heart-stopping onepointwin over rival Victoria Metro in one of the most excitinggames seen at U16 National level.Unfortunately, the team was beaten by Victoria Country by 18points and Western Australia by 9 points in its two other games.Western Australia will now clash with Victoria Metro to decidethe Division One championship title in a AFL Grand Finalcurtain-raiser at the MCG.Standout South Australian players from the Championshipsincluded Scott Lycett (Port), Hayden Jolly (Glenelg), Jake VonBertouch (Woodville-West Torrens), Darcy Armfield (Glenelg)and Sam Grey (Port).South AustralianU16 State TeamSIX SCHOOLS VIE FOR POWER CUPSix schools will fight it out for the inaugural Aboriginal Power Cupthis week as part of a new program to encourage healthy lifestylesand future community leaders among indigenous students.Students from Kaurna Plains School, Para West Adult Campus,John Pirie Secondary School, Ceduna Area School, Port LincolnHigh and the Wiltja program based at Woodville High willcompete in a round robin series next Thursday (August 14).The finalists will play a curtain-raiser game for the Power vCollingwood match at AAMI Stadium next Friday (August 15).Kaurna Plains School coordinator Phil Pearce said he hopedthe program would continue in the future.“The kids have been part of it the whole way through – they’vedesigned their own guernseys, organised their own training,done everything.’’The Aboriginal Power Cup is supported by the SANFL, alongwith the SA Aboriginal Sports Training Academy, the Attorney-General’s Department and the Port Adelaide Football Club.SANFL FOOTY IS IN A GREAT STATEJust ask visiting Queensland goal umpire Rod Valentine howthe game of Australian Football is travelling in SA and he’llconfirm that, by name and by nature, it’s in a great state.The 37-year-old former Victorian was in his element during avisit to Adelaide in late July, designed to hone his skills amid theprofessional environment of the SANFL.“Having grown up in Victoria, I was attuned to having acontinual exposure to the game, whereas in Queensland, there isa vast disparity between the coverage of Australian Football andthat of Rugby League.‘’It was great to be back in an environment where people areabsorbed in their footy.’’Valentine umpired the Glenelg v Norwood reserves match atChallenge Recruitment Oval on July 26.DOMINO’S PIZZAPLAYER OF THE WEEKNAME: Luke BonfiglioAGE: 13CLUB: Paringa Park Primary.FOOTBALL PROGRAM INVOLVED IN:Domino’s Pizza Tiger League.WHAT POSITION DO YOU PLAY:Centre half back.WHICH SANFL TEAM DO YOU SUPPORT?Glenelg.WHICH AFL TEAM DO YOU SUPPORT? Adelaide Crows.WHICH FOOTBALLER DO YOU ADMIRE MOST AND WHY?Andrew McLeod – great player, plays in the backline like me.WHO IS GOING TO WIN THE AFL PREMIERSHIP THIS YEAR?Geelong.WHO IS GOING TO WIN THE SANFL PREMIERSHIP THISYEAR? Glenelg.WHAT IS YOUR FAVOURITE FOOTBALL MOMENT?Playing in representative teams like SAPSASA and Interzone.FUTURE FOOTBALL GOALS?Play for Glenelg then hopefully, the AFL.SANFL FOOTBALL BUDGET - VISIT: WWW.SANFL.COM.AU 15


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STATS AND FACTS | TEAM SHEETEAGLES v SOUTH 2.00pm, Saturday August 9 @ Woodville OvalLive scores at www.sanfl.com.auBROADCAST ON:TACKLEYOURAdvertise in the next issue of the South Australian Football BudgetContact Scott Cunningham on 8233 9433Records 1991-2007Pl Ea w SA w DrawMinor Round 46 36 10 -Finals - - - -ALL ENCOUNTERS 45 36 10 -@ Woodville Oval 18 14 4 -EncountersAll Recent EncountersEagles have won last 4Recent @ WoodvilleEagles have won last 3Recent Results2008 Rd 11 June 15 @ Hickinbotham Eagles 17.8.110 d South 15.10.100 by 10pts2007 Rd 22 Sept 1 @ Woodville Eagles 25.9.159 d South 8.8.56 by 103pts2007 Rd 8 May 27 @ Woodville Eagles 21.12.138 d South 11.13.79 by 59pts2007 Rd 1 April 7 @ Encounter B Eagles 24.19.163 d South 11.11.77 by 86pts2006 Rd 18 Aug 8 @ Noarlunga South 22.15.147 d Eagles 12.9.81 by 66pts2006 Rd 10 June 10 @ Woodville Eagles 15.8.98 d South 14.11.95 by 3ptsLast Final - Never Played In FinalsLast Draw - Never DrawnRecords EAGLES SOUTHHighest Score 24.19.163 (Rd1 April 7 2007 @ EB) 22.15.147 (Rd18 Aug 8 2006 @Nl)Lowest Score 4.11.35 (Rd6 May2 1997 @Nw) 2.3.15 (Rd13 June3 2000 @Nl)Highest Losing Score 14.8.92 (Rd10 May21 1994 @Wd) 18.9.117 (Rd 1 Mar29 2003 @Nl)Lowest Winning Score 9.9.63 (Rd8 May19 2002 @Nl) 10.5.65 (Rd6 May2 1997 @Nw)Biggest Winning Margin 103pts (Rd22 Sept1 2007 @Wd) 71pts (Rd5 Apr15 1995 @Ad)20SANFL FOOTBALL BUDGET - ROUND 19 - LEAGUE FOOTY


STATS AND FACTS | TEAM SHEETNORTH v CENTRAL 2.00pm Saturday August 9 @ Prospect OvalLive scores at www.sanfl.com.auBROADCAST ON:Looking for a past issueof the FOOTBALL BUDGET?Boylen Media may be able to help.Call us on 8233 9433, or email admin@boylen.com.auRecords 1964-2007Pl NA w CD w DrawMinor Round 114 49 63 2Finals 4 - 4 -ALL ENCOUNTERS 118 49 67 2@ Prospect Oval 43 21 20 2EncountersAll Recent EncountersCentral have won 27 of last 30Recent @ Prospect - North won the lastencounter, Central the previous 10Recent Results2008 Rd 5 April 25 @ Adelaide Central 12.12.84 d North 9.11.65 by 19pts2007 GF Oct 7 @ AAMI Central 16.11.107 d North 5.12.43 by 64pts2007 2SF Sept 23 @ Adelaide Central 10.16.76 d North 7.14.56 by 20pts2007 Rd 19 Aug 11 @ Prospect North 13.12.90 d Central 8.7.55 by 35pts2007 Rd 8 May 26 @ Prospect Central 16.7.103 d North 10.8.68 by 35pts2007 Rd 1 April 7 @ Hamra Homes Central 16.10.106 d North 9.10.64 by 42pts2006 QF Sept 17 @ Adelaide Central 18.16.124 d North 13.8.86 by 38pts2006 Rd 22 Sept 2 @ Hamra Homes North 14.7.91 d Central 14.5.89 by 2pts2006 Rd 6 May 5 @ Adelaide Central 19.19.131 d North 9.11.65 by 68ptsLast Final2007 GF Oct 7 @ AAMI Central 16.11.107 d North 5.12.43 by 64ptsLast Draw1988 Rd 9 June 4 @ Prospect North 8.9.57 Central 9.3.57 DRAWRecords NORTH CENTRALHighest Score 28.9.177 (Rd8 May7 1994 @PtP) 32.5.197 (Rd1 Mar29 2003 @Pr)Lowest Score 4.7.31 (Rd21 Aug24 1996 @El) 4.4.28 (Rd18 Aug19 1967 @Pr)Highest Losing Score 20.13.133 (2 times, last Rd20 1983) 16.19.115 (Rd5 May9 1970 @Ad)Lowest Winning Score 6.11.47 (Rd11 July2 1966 @Pr) 8.6.54 (Rd6 May3 1997 @El)Biggest Winning Margin 90pts (Rd18 Aug19 1967 @Pr) 137pts (Rd9 May6 2000 @El)22SANFL FOOTBALL BUDGET - ROUND 19 - LEAGUE FOOTY


STATS AND FACTS | TEAM SHEETNORWOOD v STURT 2.00pm, Saturday August 9 @ Coopers StadiumLive scores at www.sanfl.com.auBROADCAST ON:Records 1907-2008Pl Nw w St w DrawMinor Round 232 130 99 3Finals 21 9 12 -ALL ENCOUNTERS 253 139 111 3@ Coopers Stadium 103 63 37 3EncountersAll Recent Encounters - Sturt won the 3last games, Norwood the previous 6Recent @ Coopers - Sturt won the 2 lastgames, Norwood the previous 2Recent Results2008 Rd 11 June 15 @ HouseBro Sturt 15.17.107 d Norwood 14.6.90 by 17pts2008 Rd 1 March 28 @ Coopers Sturt 14.12.96 d Norwood 4.12.36 by 60pts2007 Rd 12 June 22 @ Coopers Sturt 15.14.105 d Norwood 5.15.45 by 60pts2007 Rd 4 April 28 @ Unley Norwood 11.15.81 d Sturt 4.7.31 by 50pts2006 Rd 22 Sept 1 @ Adelaide Norwood 18.14.122 d Sturt 15.10.100 by 22pts2006 Rd 11 June 17 @ Coopers Norwood 12.16.88 d Sturt 12.10.82 by 6pts2006 Rd 2 April 8 @ Unley Norwood 17.14.116 d Sturt 15.7.97 by 19ptsLast Final2002 PF Sept 29 @ Adelaide Sturt 17.15.117 d Norwood 10.8.68 by 49ptsLast Draw1985 Rd 10 June 10 @ Norwood Norwood 11.12.78 v Sturt 12.6.78 DRAWRecords NORWOOD STURTHighest Score 32.10.202 (Rd2 Apr18 1987 @FP) 27.24.186 (Rd18 Aug16 1969 @Un)Lowest Score 2.3.15 (Rd4 May17 1919 @Nw) 3.10.28 (Rd11 June5 1998 @Nw)Highest Losing Score 20.14.134 (Rd6 May25 1940 @Nw) 19.9.123 (Rd19 Aug6 1983 @Un)Lowest Winning Score 4.12.36 (Rd11 June5 1998 @Nw) 5.6.36 (Rd8 July2 1910 @Un)Biggest Winning Margin 148pts (Rd14 June18 1995 @Ad) 127pts (Rd18 Aug16 1969 @Un)24SANFL FOOTBALL BUDGET - ROUND 19 - LEAGUE FOOTY


NORWOODSTURTCoach: Trevor HillColours: Red and BlueMajor Sponsor: Fairmont HomesCoach: Rick MacgowanColours: Double BlueMajor Sponsor: De Bortoli WinesNo PLAYER AGE HEIGHT WEIGHT GAMES GOALS G B1 COCKSHELL, Adam ............. 21 ...199 .. 102 .....42 ....44 ...............2 VLATKO, Jamie .................... 24 ...190 .... 86 .....89 ..164 ...............4 GALLAGHER, James (C)....... 28 ...176 .... 74 ...152 ....90 ...............5 TROTTER, David ................. 22 ...186 .... 84 .......8 ......5 ...............9 ZORZI, Brett (VC) ................ 28 ...183 .... 88 .....61 ......2 ...............11 WEATHERALD, Tim.............. 31 ...175 .... 75 ...263 ..204 ...............12 PHILLIPS, Simon ................ 21 ...176 .... 78 .....10 ....10 ...............13 DAWES, Matthew................. 28 ...177 .... 76 ...150 ....21 ...............16 ROWE, Sam ........................ 20 ...198 .... 94 .....13 ....10 ...............17 DAVIS, Matthew .................. 22 ...189 .... 85 .....16 ......1 ...............18 BARTEMUCCI, Matthew ....... 28 ...180 .... 70 ...132 ..125 ...............20 CULPITT, Heath .................. 30 ...183 .... 81 ...103 ....71 ...............21 PUOPOLO, Paul .................. 20 ...175 .... 75 .....19 ......8 ...............22 BOWN, Stuart ..................... 29 ...191 .... 89 ...162 ..117 ...............24 WALKER, Taylor .................. 18 ...191 .... 86 .....13 ....43 ...............25 JACKMAN, Nicholas ............ 25 ...187 .... 86 .....97 ....15 ...............27 JERICHO, Luke ................... 23 ...189 .... 82 .....50 ....66 ...............29 DUIGAN, Nicholas ............... 23 ...186 .... 85 .....48 ......8 ...............34 ALWAN, Ziggie .................... 19 ...186 .... 84 .......2 ......0 ...............36 SPEIGHT, Benjamin ............. 18 ...179 .... 71 .......1 ......2 ...............37 DONOHUE, Josh ................. 20 ...175 .... 65 .....19 ....27 ...............40 KITE, Aaron ........................ 18 ...191 .... 77 .....12 ......1 ...............45 TYRRELL, Kenrick ............... 23 ...193 .... 89 .....12 ......0 ...............Rushed ..........................................................................................................................................No PLAYER AGE HEIGHT WEIGHT GAMES GOALS G B1 ECKERMANN, Benjamin ...... 21 ...178 .... 78 .....29 ......6 ...............2 CRANE, Luke ...................... 23 ...170 .... 70 .....37 ....43 ...............4 BRATTON, Michael .............. 24 ...178 .... 74 .....63 ....16 ...............7 CHAMBERS, Brant .............. 28 ...193 .... 93 ...158 ..515 ...............9 SHEEDY, Jade (C) ................ 28 ...181 .... 78 ...172 ....87 ...............10 MCDONALD, John ............... 19 ...178 .... 78 .....10 ......6 ...............11 NELSON, Benjamin (C) ........ 31 ...185 .... 86 ...168 ....80 ...............12 MCGLONE, Scott ................. 25 ...184 .... 82 .....75 ....13 ...............14 MCLEAY, James ................... 22 ...190 .... 94 .....77 ....18 ...............15 WHITEMAN, Andrew (VC) ..... 30 ...181 .... 77 ...159 ....43 ...............17 KURTZE, Angus................... 22 ...199 .... 96 .....23 ......1 ...............21 WARK, Nicholas .................. 18 ...179 .... 80 .....29 ......1 ...............23 GUM, Tristan ....................... 24 ...180 .... 76 .....62 ....56 ...............24 CUBILLO, Joshua ................ 19 ...189 .... 84 .....29 ......1 ...............25 FITTOCK, Patrick ................. 20 ...188 .... 78 .....16 ......1 ...............26 FEAST, Simon (VC) .............. 33 ...196 .... 96 ...198 ....74 ...............27 PAYNTER, Seb .................... 19 ...182 .... 80 .......5 ......0 ...............28 THURSTANS, Toby .............. 27 ...195 .... 90 .....68 ....33 ...............30 REILLY, Brent ...................... 24 ...180 .... 80 .....23 ....12 ...............31 THOMSON, Adam ................ 21 ...183 .... 80 .....42 ....39 ...............33 SCOTT-TOMS, Matthew ........ 26 ...183 .... 75 .....14 ......4 ...............34 HERRING, Ryan .................. 21 ...194 .... 90 .....28 ....30 ...............37 DELUCA, Fabian ................. 21 ...203 .... 92 .....41 ....10 ...............41 BENTLEY, Gregory ............... 21 ...189 .... 84 .....26 ....16 ...............45 MARTIN, Brodie .................. 19 ...165 .... 60 .......5 ......0 ...............47 THRING, George .................. 19 ...182 .... 77 .......2 ......0 ...............48 WICKS, Daniel .................... 30 ...182 .... 71 ...117 ....53 ...............53 PLANT, James ..................... 25 ...186 .... 89 .......7 ......0 ...............Rushed ......................................................................................................................................LEAGUE UMPIRESField:SamHayCoreyBowenAll figures on team sheets are official SANFL records for League games and goals. State matches not included.DerekWoodcockBoundary:Goal:Shane ThieleSam RoyansAnthony MeadeDaniel HoskinGeorge DiakomichalisLeagueNORWOODSTURTLEAGUE SCORE CARDA. EAGLES C. NORTH E. NORWOOD G. WESTB. SOUTH D. CENTRAL F. STURT H. PORT1st 2nd 3rd 4th PointsRESERVES: 11.15am, Saturday August 9 @ Coopers StadiumNORWOODCoach: Duane StewartSTURTCoach: Luke Norman14 COOMBES, Joel............23 McDONNELL, Edward ...30 MCLEAN, Luke .............33 DEJONGH, Rob ............38 LITTLER, Brendan ........41 JEFFRIES, Ben ............42 FULLER, Matthew ........RESERVES UMPIRES43 WEBBER, Timothy Paul46 HOLM, Craig ................47 BRUNOLI, Matthew ......48 SCHULZ, Toby .............51 KEAIN, Patrick .............52 SCHOENMAKERS, Ryan53 ROSSI, Dean ................54 HOLM, Ryan ................56 STOPP, Alexander .........57 SKINNER, James .........58 THOMAS, Brad .............59 BAUST, Trevor ..............Field: Tim NevilleBoundary: Shannon Barry Goal: Dareen TrengoveMark BarnettAnthony BrattoliMathew WilsonCurtis Deboy3 HURLEY, Thomas ............4 BRATTON, Michael ..........10 MCDONALD, John ...........13 FITZGERALD, Joel ...........22 TOMLINSON, Nicholas ....29 AVERY, Dane ...................32 RISCHBIETH, Thomas .....33 SCOTT-TOMS, Matthew....35 JAENSCH, Matthew .........36 COPPING, Benet .............38 JOHNCOCK, Jeremy.........43 KAY, Joel .........................46 SMITH, Nicholas .............47 THRING, George ..............51 ANDERSON, Tom ............52 SHARPLES, Charles ........54 DAVEY, Adam ..................55 WEIR, Peter .....................56 TRENGOVE, Jack .............58 PAPAGEORGIOU, Chris ....62 BARTLETT, Thomas .........64 BORHOLM, Marc .............Reserves1st 2nd 3rd 4th PointsNORWOODSTURTSANFL FOOTBALL BUDGET - VISIT: WWW.SANFL.COM.AU 25


STATS AND FACTS | TEAM SHEETWEST v PORT 2.00pm, Saturday August 9 @ Broadspectrum OvalLive scores at www.sanfl.com.auNO BROADCASTNew address… and a new nameBoylen Media is now located at Level 3, 47 South Tce, Adelaide.Our phone number remains unchanged. Our new fax number is 8212 6484.Name changeTo mark our 15th year and the wide scope of work we now undertake,our name will change to Boylen Media.We look forward to seeing you at our new offices in the near future.www.boylen.com.auT 08 8233 9433 F 08 8212 6484Level 3, 47 South Tce, Adelaide SA 5000Records 1907-2007Pl WA w PA w DrawMinor Round 222 75 145 2Finals 24 12 12 -ALL ENCOUNTERS 246 87 157 2@ Broadspectrum Oval 45 16 29 -EncountersAll Recent Encounters - Port have won9 of the past 10 encountersRecent @ BroadspectrumPort have won last 5Recent Results2008 Rd 12 June 22 @ Br’spectrum Port 13.15.93 d West 8.9.57 by 36pts2008 Rd 6 May 3 @ Alberton Port 17.12.114 d West 13.12.90 by 24pts2007 Rd 23 Sept 8 @ Br’spectrum Port 21.13.139 d West 11.11.77 by 62pts2007 Rd 6 May 13 @ Alberton Port 19.14.128 d West 18.12.120 by 8pts2006 Rd 20 Aug 19 @ Br’spectrum Port 26.13.169 d West 17.11.113 by 56pts2006 Rd 9 June 3 @ Alberton West 13.22.100 d Port 9.7.61 by 39pts2006 Rd 1 April 1 @ Br’spectrum Port 13.20.98 d West 10.11.71 by 27ptsLast Final1998 PF Sept 27 @ Football Pk Port 18.14.122 d West 7.3.45 by 77ptsLast Draw - Never Drawn1941 Rd 5 May 24 @ Alberton Port 16.8.104 v West 15.14.104 DRAWRecords WEST PORTHighest Score 25.7.157 (Rd 6 June4 1928 @ Ad) 28.19.187 (Rd5 May 3 1980 @Al)24.13.157 (EF Sept 14 1991 @FPLowest Score 1.5.11 (Rd14 Aug31 1907 @Al) 3.5.23 (Rd7 June26 1911 @Ad)Highest Losing Score 19.16.130 (Rd7 May10 1986 @FP) 18.15.123 (Rd17 July28 1979 @Al)/19.9.123 (Rd7 May 10 2003 @Al)Lowest Winning Score 5.9.39 (Rd9 July4 1908 @Ad) 5.6.36 (Rd7 May25 1968 @Al)Biggest Winning Margin 92pts (Rd6 June4 1928 @Ad) 117pts (Rd5 May3 1980 @Al))26SANFL FOOTBALL BUDGET - ROUND 19 - LEAGUE FOOTY


WESTPORTCoach: Andrew CollinsColours: Red and BlackMajor Sponsor: Adelaide GalvanisingCoach: Tim GineverColours: Black and WhiteMajor Sponsors: Pagel GlassScott’s Transport, Maughan Thiem FordNo PLAYER AGE HEIGHT WEIGHT GAMES GOALS G B2 EZARD, James .................... 22 ...180 .... 77 .....45 ....21 ...............4 BARBER, Matthew ............... 21 ...194 .... 96 .....10 ......0 ...............5 CUPIDO, Damian ................. 26 ...183 .... 98 .....53 ..102 ...............7 BAILEY, Stephen ................. 27 ...182 .... 78 .....69 ....28 ...............11 ANDERSON, Ryan ............... 20 ...176 .... 71 .....11 ......1 ...............12 McCORMICK, Simon ............ 29 ...186 .... 82 .....34 ....15 ...............13 CAIRE, Daniel ..................... 20 ...176 .... 76 .....41 ....17 ...............14 MUNN, Simon ..................... 25 ...190 .... 92 .....89 ....15 ...............16 WILLITS, Ryan .................... 21 ...197 .... 98 .....56 ....43 ...............19 FISHER, Benjamin .............. 22 ...182 .... 75 .....30 ....26 ...............21 ROWE, Jeremy .................... 24 ...178 .... 86 .....19 ......3 ...............22 PIASENTE, David ................ 25 ...181 .... 81 ...100 ....20 ...............25 CLARK, Leonard .................. 24 ...201 .. 104 .....39 ......6 ...............27 FERGUSON, Ryan ............... 26 ...197 .... 91 .....15 ......2 ...............31 BROWN, Nathan (C) ............ 31 ...180 .... 81 .....32 ......8 ...............37 GRAY, Robert ...................... 20 ...184 .... 85 .....13 ....22 ...............38 MORRIS, Steven ................. 19 ...185 .... 80 .......7 ......4 ...............40 GILES, Rick ........................ 24 ...168 .... 68 .......7 ......3 ...............46 THOMPSON, Kurt ................ 20 ...188 .... 80 .......5 ......0 ...............51 ROWE, Gregory .................... 20 ...178 .... 83 .......7 ......2 ...............58 MARTIN, Matthew ............... 18 ...195 .. 102 .....10 ......5 ...............66 SLATTERY, Tyson ................. 17 ...180 .... 70 .......4 ......0 ...............No PLAYER AGE HEIGHT WEIGHT GAMES GOALS G B1 AH CHEE, Corey (C)............. 27 ...192 .... 91 ...180 ....57 ...............2 CLAYTON, Jeremy ................ 27 ...175 .... 76 .....70 ....99 ...............4 CARR, Tom ......................... 30 ...184 .... 85 ...154 ....20 ...............6 PERKINS, Justin ................. 25 ...188 .... 87 .....30 ....10 ...............7 MURRAY, Bradley ................ 26 ...182 .... 85 .....25 ....18 ...............9 LEES, Daniel ....................... 23 ...186 .... 77 .....42 ......3 ...............10 CLAYTON, Mark ................... 31 ...187 .... 92 ...222 ....97 ...............11 WATSON, Xavier .................. 20 ...180 .... 79 .......4 ......0 ...............12 LOOBY, Tim......................... 21 ...187 .... 89 .....18 ......3 ...............13 DOLLING, Mark ................... 21 ...175 .... 76 .....36 ....11 ...............14 ELSTONE, Daniel ................ 25 ...182 .... 84 .....67 ....37 ...............15 DE PASQUALE, Kristian ....... 27 ...178 .... 82 .....87 ....16 ...............16 SAUNDERS, Luke ............... 28 ...180 .... 82 .......4 ......1 ...............17 LOKAN, Matthew ................. 25 ...188 .... 92 .....54 ....30 ...............20 THURGOOD, Josh ................ 23 ...186 .... 89 .....10 ......2 ...............21 EICHNER, Steven ................ 24 ...188 .... 80 .....28 ......1 ...............23 HARGRAVES, Daniel ............ 32 ...192 .... 97 ...154 ..479 ...............24 PERRY, Joel ........................ 23 ...196 .... 93 .....35 ......2 ...............25 BATSON, Daniel .................. 22 ...202 .... 99 .....15 ......7 ...............27 MEIKLEJOHN, James .......... 24 ...197 .... 95 .....66 ....17 ...............32 HALL, Kerren ...................... 19 ...192 .... 96 .......9 ......1 ...............33 SUMMERTON, Steven .......... 20 ...175 .... 74 .....37 ....20 ...............39 CLINCH, Michael ................. 21 ...177 .... 73 .......6 ......4 ...............41 WATERHOUSE, Clive ........... 34 ...187 .... 88 .....82 ..230 ...............48 CARR, Casey ....................... 19 ...182 .... 78 .......5 ......5 ...............Rushed ..........................................................................................................................................LEAGUE UMPIRESField:MarkHardhamChrisCareyAll figures on team sheets are official SANFL records for League games and goals. State matches not included.RichardWilliamsBoundary:Goal:Ryan EnglandSteve WilsonMax RushMatthew NortonRory SmithRESERVES: 11.15am, Saturday August 9 @ Broadspectrum OvalRushed ..........................................................................................................................................LEAGUE SCORE CARDA. EAGLES C. NORTH E. NORWOOD G. WESTB. SOUTH D. CENTRAL F. STURT H. PORTLeagueWESTPORT1st 2nd 3rd 4th PointsWEST Coach: Nathan Grainger PORT Coach: Mark Tylor3 HAMBLIN, Murray ........9 DONALDSON, Luke ......36 WILSON, Bradley..........39 BLESING, Ryan ............50 WEBB, Daniel ..............53 REBERGER, Mitchell ....11 WATSON, Xavier ...........12 LOOBY, Tim ..................37 PICKETT, Dustin ...........38 MILERA, Terry ..............50 WALKER, Joshua ..........51 WILKEY, Troy ................18 GATHERCOLE, Leigh .... 41 ROBSON, Judd ............ 54 SILVERLOCK, Taite .......22 WAIT, Tyson .................. 39 CLINCH, Michael .......... 52 MADDEN, Nicholas .......25 BATSON, Daniel ........... 42 PEPE, Adam................. 54 STANLEY, Daniel ..........24 NEAVES, Shane............28 BRICKNELL, Scott .......29 HUTCHINS, Alex ..........32 LUDERS, Scott ............44 PLANT, Ryan ................45 PROUD, Daniel ............47 VANDERHAAK, James ..49 BLESING, Scott ...........55 NICKOLLS, Ryan ..........58 BEECH, Jonathon .........61 BLACKSELL, Todd ........64 SUKKEL, Daniel ...........26 LOBBE, Matthew ..........31 BIACSI, Shayne ............34 ERSKINE, Jordan .........36 SHANNON, Jay.............45 CHRISTMANN, Aaron ....46 TAYLOR, Joshua ...........47 FITZGERALD, Dale .......49 EICHNER, Michael .......56 MERCER, Bradley .........57 MOODY, Joshua ............58 MCINERNEY, Ryan .......59 CATTERALL, Shane .......RESERVES UMPIRESField: Frank ManikasBoundary: Hayden CookGoal: Jarred AtkinsonRichard HarveyNicholas KyleSteven RyppTony SymonsBen SiebenReservesWESTPORT1st 2nd 3rd 4th PointsSANFL FOOTBALL BUDGET - VISIT: WWW.SANFL.COM.AU 27


ROUND RESULTSROUND RESULTS BEST PLAYERS AND GOALKICKERS – LAST WEEK ROUND 18LEAGUESaturday, August 2SOUTH 4.3 7.3 8.6 12.9 (81)NORTH 3.1 6.5 7.11 10.13 (73)Best – South: J. Boyd, J. Torney, M. Sandery, D. Iljcesen, T. Redigolo, M. Handby.Best – North: L. Ivens, D. Stewart, D. Ward, R. Archard, C. Alleway, J. Allan.Goals – South: J. Turner 3, A. Otten 2, J. Torney, J. Boyd, D. Iljcesen, P. Rolfe,M. Handby, C. Parry, D. Williams.Goals – North: D. Stewart 3, C. Alleway 2, T. Pfeiffer 2, D. White, R. Ebert, T. Delvins.Umpires: A. Crosby, T. Dey, S. Thompson.Crowd: 1292 @ Hickinbotham Oval.CENTRAL 2.3 6.4 11.5 15.9 (99)GLENELG 1.1 2.3 6.4 8.6 (54)Best – Central: R. Williams, I. Callinan, P. Thomas, C. O’Sullivan, M. Westhoff,Y. Sibenaler.Best – Glenelg: L Panzzo, T Allen, A Fisher, B Kane, B, Mules, J Hinge.Goals – Central: M. Westhoff 5, C. O’Sullivan 2, L. Cowan 2, I. Callinan,S. Dutschke, C. Gowans, J. Griffin, L. Hadden, R. Williams.Goals – Glenelg: L. Panozzo 4, M. Duldig, B. Kane, J. Hinge, J. Willoughby.Umpires: R. Williams, C. Carey, D. Woodcock.Crowd: 3001 @ Hamra Homes Oval.Sunday, August 3PORT 1.1 7.6 10.7 16.13 (109)NORWOOD 5.7 7.7 10.12 12.13 (85)Best – Port: J. Meiklejohn, J. Perry, J. Clayton, D. Elstone, G. Johncock,M. Dolling.Best – Norwood: N. Duigan, J. Gallagher, J. Donohue, T. Walker, S. Phillips, B. Zorzi.Goals – Port: C. Waterhouse 3, G. Johncock 3, D. Hargraves 2, J. Clayton 2,C. Ah Chee 2, S. Summerton 2, K. Hall, P. Burgoyne.Goals – Norwood: T. Walker 3, J. Donohue 3, B. Speight 2, S. PhiLips 2, A. Kite,L. Jericho.Umpires: T. Philp, D. Joyce, C. Rowston.Crowd: 4158 @ Alberton Oval.STURT 2.1 6.6 8.8 13.12 (90)EAGLES 4.2 6.5 9.7 11.8 (74)Best – Sturt: P. Fittock, D. Wicks, M. Coad, S. McGlone, T. Gum, B. Nelson.Best – Eagles: L. Powell, M. McKenzie, T. Corbett, M. Broadbent, J. Petrenko, A. Klun.Goals – Sturt: T. Gum 4, B. Chambers 3, D. Wicks 2, A. Thomson 2, R. Herring 2.Goals – Eagles: B. Geddes 2, M. Passador, M. Goldsworthy, N. Daniel,K. McGregor, L. Staple, C. Hall, T. Corbett, T. Hentschel, L. Powell.Umpires: C. Bowen, T. Pfeiffer, J. Ralston.Crowd: 3504 @ House Brothers Oval.RESERVES UNDER 19 UNDER 17 (Rd 20)NORTH 16.19 (115)SOUTH 9.10 (64)Best – North: T. Stribling, M. Wright, B. White.Best – South: N. Murphy, R. Barnes, D. Ellis.Goals – North: W. Thompson 3, S. Motlop 2, C. Thiele 2.Goals – South: D. Ellis 5, A. Bachmann 2.@ Hickinbotham Oval.GLENELG 16.13 (109)CENTRAL 10.6 (66)Best – Glenelg: R. Plant, A. Lally, B. Kane.Best – Central: K. Officer, J. Aufderheide, N. Steinberner.Goals – Glenelg: M. Graham 5, L. McGregor 4, S. Lewis 2.Goals – Central: K. McShane 3, D. Hynes 2, T. Dunne 2.@ Hamra Homes Oval.PORT 16.21 (117)NORWOOD 12.9 (81)Best – Port: C. Carr, N. Madden, D. Stanley.Best – Norwood: T. Schulz, M. Fuller, R. Dejongh.Goals – Port: B. Mercer 6, M. Clinch 3, C. Carr 2.Goals – Norwood: J. Skinner 2, M. Brunoli 2, R. Schoenmakers 2.@ Alberton Oval.STURT 19.9 (123)EAGLES 12.9 (81)Best – Sturt: M. Bratton, J. Fitzgerald, M. Scott-Toms.Best – Eagles: J. Lee, S. Hill, D. Symmons.Goals – Sturt: J. Fitzgerald 6, G. Thring 2, J. Johncock 2.Goals – Eagles: C. Fitzgerald 3, S. Hill 3, C. Hicks 2.@ House Brothers Oval.NORTH 25.15 (165)SOUTH 6.5 (41)Best – North: P. Campbell, B. Campbell, M. Clisby.Best – South: Z. Tretheway, J. Reimann, B. Powell.Goals – North: P. Campbell 5, K. Williams 4, B. Renshaw 4.Goals – South: B. Simounds 4.@ Prospect Oval.GLENELG 19.16 (130)CENTRAL 8.8 (56)Best – Glenelg: S. Sverdloff, D. Scott-Collings, J. Trembath.Best – Central: D. Haydon, J. Hannath, B. Woodards.Goals – Glenelg: J. Trembath 9, H. Denson 2, J. Hartigan 2.Goals – Central: J. Dare 2.@ Challenge Recruitment Oval.NORWOOD 22.13 (145)PORT 15.5 (95)Best – Norwood: S. Fincher, D. Shillabeer, M. Arbon.Best – Port: B. Nason, C. Howell, C. Lando.Goals – Norwood: D. Shillabeer 9, S. Hofmeyer 2, B. Hanna 2.Goals – Port: C. Lando 4, R. Stoyanoff 2, B. Prior 2.@ Coopers Stadium.STURT 14.15 (99)EAGLES 11.6 (72)Best – Sturt: K. Flanigan, T. Brimacombe, A. Wilson.Best – Eagles: K. Job, N. Osborn, N. Rayner.Goals – Sturt: A. Kinal 6, P. Cahill 3, K. Flanigan 2.Goals – Eagles: S. Harris 3, N. Rayner 2, J. Schahinger 2.@ Woodville Oval.SOUTH 13.11 (89)NORTH 8.10 (58)Best – South: S Beath, L Bowd, N Pelle.Best – North: S. Walker, B. Jarvis, L. Johnston.Goals – South: N. Pelle 3, J. Almond 2, C. Bradwell 2.Goals – North: D. Steele 2, T. Dunkley 2.@ Prospect Oval.GLENELG 13.21 (99)CENTRAL 5.3 (33)Best – Glenelg: P. Contin, S. Jackman, J. Fry.Best – Central: S. Lay, S. Thomas, S. Gailbraith.Goals – Glenelg: J. McIntosh 3, J. Georgeson 2, P. Contin 2.Goals – Central: S. White, P. Valle, S. Lay.@ Challenge Recruitment Oval.PORT 13.11 (89)NORWOOD 12.7 (79)Best – Port: D. MacAdam, J. Hoskin, B. Robertson.Best – Norwood: G. Penfold, K. Maniotis, M. Pellizzari.Goals – Port: D. MacAdam 6, B. Hood 2.Goals – Norwood: J. Shaw 3, J. Savage 3.@ Coopers Stadium.STURT 18.18 (126)EAGLES 4.4 (28)Best – Sturt: J. Greenslade, T. Male, A. Shearwood.Best – Eagles: B. Smith, T. Culley, B. Brown.Goals – Sturt: A. Edwards 5, A. Shearwood 4, D. Gordon 2.Goals – Eagles: S. Harvey 3.@ Woodville Oval.28SANFL FOOTBALL BUDGET - ROUND 19 - LEAGUE FOOTY


SCOREBOARD - SANFL | AFL LADDER2008 SEASON SCOREBOARDLEAGUE (Positions at the end of round 18)P W L D F A Pts %Sturt 16 13 3 0 1725 1046 26 62.25Glenelg 16 13 3 0 1633 1206 26 57.52Central District 16 11 5 0 1428 1232 22 53.68Norwood 16 7 8 1 1317 1404 15 48.40Port Adelaide Magpies 15 7 8 0 1302 1274 14 50.54North Adelaide 16 7 9 0 1413 1542 14 47.82Eagles 16 6 10 0 1453 1526 12 48.77South Adelaide 16 5 10 1 1136 1581 11 41.81West Adelaide 15 1 14 0 936 1532 2 37.93RESERVES (Positions at the end of round 18)P W L D F A Pts %Sturt 16 14 2 0 1883 1020 28 64.86Glenelg 16 12 4 0 1650 1227 24 57.35North Adelaide 16 11 5 0 1468 1183 22 55.38Central District 16 8 8 0 1286 1375 16 48.33Port Adelaide Magpies 15 7 8 0 1356 1400 14 49.20Eagles 16 7 9 0 1322 1439 14 47.88Norwood 16 7 9 0 1289 1478 14 46.58West Adelaide 15 4 11 0 1116 1487 8 42.87South Adelaide 16 1 15 0 1115 1876 2 37.28UNDER 19 (Positions at the end of round 18)P W L D F A Pts %Glenelg 16 11 5 0 1790 1239 22 59.10Port Adelaide Magpies 15 11 4 0 1588 1316 22 54.68Eagles 16 11 5 0 1660 1463 22 53.15Norwood 16 10 6 0 1617 1388 20 53.81Sturt 16 10 6 0 1649 1422 20 53.70West Adelaide 15 7 8 0 1379 1341 14 50.70North Adelaide 16 6 10 0 1546 1761 12 46.75South Adelaide 16 3 13 0 1054 1783 6 37.15Central District 16 2 14 0 1117 1687 4 39.84UNDER 17 (Positions at the end of round 20)P W L D F A Pts %Sturt 18 18 0 0 2135 1023 36 67.61Port Adelaide Magpies 17 12 5 0 1668 1180 24 58.57Glenelg 18 10 7 1 1563 1426 21 52.29North Adelaide 17 9 8 0 1748 1500 18 53.82South Adelaide 17 8 9 0 1344 1436 16 48.35West Adelaide 17 8 9 0 1436 1554 16 48.03Eagles 18 8 10 0 1747 1894 16 47.98Norwood 18 4 14 0 1423 1751 8 44.83Central District 18 1 16 1 854 2154 3 28.39STANLEY H. LEWIS (Positions at the end of round 18)LEAGUE RES. U19 U17 TOTALSturt 1300 700 300 360 2660Glenelg 1300 600 330 210 2440Port Adelaide Magpies 700 350 330 240 1620North Adelaide 700 550 180 180 1610Central District 1100 400 60 30 1590Norwood 750 350 300 80 1480Eagles 600 350 330 160 1440South Adelaide 550 50 90 160 850West Adelaide 100 200 210 160 6702008 LEAGUE LEADING GOALKICKERS (Positions at the end of round 18)PLAYER CLUB GOALSCHAMBERS, BRANT STURT 82HARGRAVES, DANIEL PORT ADELAIDE MAGPIES 49PASSADOR, MARK EAGLES 44GRIMA, TODD GLENELG 43WALKER, TAYLOR NORWOOD 43WARREN, BENJAMIN SOUTH ADELAIDE 40MCCONNELL, JUSTIN GLENELG 39ALLEWAY, CLINT NORTH ADELAIDE 32PERRIE, IAN STURT 31YOUNIE, HEATH (VC) NORTH ADELAIDE 292008 AFL LADDER(Positions at the end of round 18)TEAMS P W L D FOR AG % PTSGEELONG 18 17 1 0 2103 1369 153.6 68WESTERN BULLDOGS 18 14 3 1 2093 1705 122.8 58HAWTHORN 18 14 4 0 1956 1557 125.6 56SYDNEY 18 10 7 1 1702 1451 117.3 42NORTH MELBOURNE 18 10 7 1 1690 1718 98.4 42ADELAIDE 18 10 8 0 1657 1558 106.4 40ST. KILDA 18 10 8 0 1689 1671 101.1 40COLLINGWOOD 18 9 9 0 1890 1727 109.4 36BRISBANE 18 9 9 0 1863 1782 104.5 36RICHMOND 18 8 9 1 1852 1965 94.2 34CARLTON 18 8 10 0 1799 1879 95.7 32ESSENDON 18 8 10 0 1810 2068 87.5 32FREMANTLE 18 5 13 0 1633 1736 94.1 20PORT ADELAIDE 18 5 13 0 1700 1847 92.0 20WEST COAST 18 3 15 0 1385 2056 67.4 12MELBOURNE 18 2 16 0 1417 2150 65.9 8SANFL FOOTBALL BUDGET - VISIT: WWW.SANFL.COM.AU 29


2008 FIXTURES | BRAIN BENDERS2008 SANFL MATCH FIXTUREROUND 1Friday 28 MarchSturt 14.12 (96) d. Norwood 4.12 (36)Saturday 29 MarchNorth 17.14 (116) d. Eagles 18.2 (110)Central 14.4 (88) d. Port 10.8 (68)Sunday 30 MarchSouth 15.7 (97) d. Glenelg 12.11 (83)Bye - WestROUND 2Saturday 5 AprilGlenelg 19.16 (130) d. Eagles 13.10 (88)South 16.9 (105) d. Port 14.18 (102)Sturt 17.15 (117) d. Central 11.7 (73)Norwood 13.20 (98) d. West 9.11 (65)Bye - NorthROUND 3Saturday 12 AprilPort 19.11 (125) d. Eagles 12.10 (82)Sturt 17.14 (116) d. North 8.8 (56)South 9.11 (65) d. West 9.7 (61)Central 17.13 (115) d. Norwood 6.8 (44)Bye - GlenelgROUND 4Friday 18 AprilEagles 21.10 (136) d. Norwood 14.17 (101)Saturday 19 AprilSturt 17.13 (115) d. South 4.6 (30)Sunday 20 AprilGlenelg 17.19 (121) d. West 9.13 (67)North 14.11 (95) d. Port 13.15 (93)Bye - CentralROUND 5Friday 25 AprilCentral 12.12 (84) d. North 9.11 (65)Norwood 11.12 (78) drew South 11.12 (78)Saturday 26 AprilGlenelg 15.14 (104) d. Sturt 13.12 (89)Eagles 17.7 (109) d. West 9.13 (67)Bye - PortROUND 6Saturday 3 MayEagles 18.9 (117) d. Sturt 12.10 (82)North 24.14 (158) d. South 8.11 (59)Port 17.12 (114) d. West 13.12 (90)Sunday 4 MayGlenelg 13.15 (93) d. Central 13.12 (90)Bye - NorwoodROUND 7Friday 9 MayNorwood 12.17 (89) d. Port 10.7 (67)Saturday 10 MaySturt 22.7 (139) d. West 5.10 (40)Glenelg 22.11 (143) d. North 18.9 (117)Central 12.12 (84) d. Eagles 10.7 (67)Bye - SouthROUND 8Saturday 17 MayNorwood 13.13 (91) d. North 9.9 (63)Glenelg 16.10 (106) d. South 5.8 (38)Sturt 12.9 (81) d. Port 7.13 (55)Central 12.8 (80) d. West 7.5 (47)Bye - EaglesROUND 9Friday 23 MayGlenelg 13.15 (93) d. Norwood 1.3 (9)Saturday 24 MayNorth 18.11 (119) d. Eagles 15.9 (99)West 11.14 (80) d. South 8.10 (58)Sunday 25 MayCentral 22.11 (143) d. Port 11.7 (73)Bye - SturtSTATE GAMESaturday 31 MaySouth Australia 25.11 (161) d. Victoria 14.12 (96)ROUND 10Saturday 7 JuneCentral 18.11 (119) d. South 13.10 (88)Norwood 19.12 (126) d. Eagles 11.9 (75)Monday 9 JuneGlenelg 15.21 (111) d. Port 14.9 (93)Sturt 27.12 (174) d. North 10.8 (68)Bye - WestBRAIN BENDERSROUND 11Saturday 14 JuneNorth 19.13 (127) d. West 10.14 (74)Sunday 15 JuneEagles 17.8 (110) d. South 15.10 (100)Sturt 15.17 (107) d. Norwood 14.6 (90)Bye Central, Glenelg & PortROUND 12Saturday 21 JuneGlenelg 15.13 (103) d. Central 12.10 (82)Sturt 19.15 (129) d. Eagles 6.12 (48)North 15.11 (101) d. South 8.6 (54)Sunday 22 JunePort 13.15 (93) d. West 8.9 (57)Bye - NorwoodROUND 13Saturday 28 JuneEagles 18.14 (122) d. Central 5.8 (38)Norwood 17.10 (112) d. West 10.14 (74)Port 11.10 (76) d. North 10.12 (72)Glenelg 10.13 (73) Sturt 9.11 (65)Bye - SouthROUND 14Saturday 5 JulyCentral 16.11 (107) d. West 9.7 (61)Port 11.12 (78) d. Eagles 8.7 (55)Norwood 11.19 (85) d. 11.6 (72)Sunday 6 JulyGlenelg 17.9 (111) d. 7.12 (54)Bye - SturtROUND 15Saturday 12 JulyCentral 8.11 (59) d. Port 7.10 (52)Glenelg 13.13 (91) d. West 4.9 (33)Norwood 17.11 (113) d. North 6.11 (47)Sunday 13 JulySturt 15.20 (110) d. South 5.10 (40)Bye - EaglesROUND 16Saturday 19 JulySouth 17.7 (109) d. Glenelg 14.12 (96)North 11.16 (82) d. Eagles 9.10 (64)Central 13.8 (86) d. Norwood 12.12 (84)Sturt 19.7 (121) d. West 8.13 (61)Bye - PortROUND 17Saturday 26 JulyEagles 14.13 (97) d. West 8.12 (60)Glenelg 19.7 (121) d. Norwood 11.10 (76)Port 15.14 (104) d. South 9.8 (62)Sturt 14.10 (94) d. Central 12.9 (81)Bye - NorthROUND 18Saturday 2 AugustSouth 12.9 (81) d. North 10.13 (73)Central 15.9 (99) d. Glenelg 8.6 (54)Sunday 3 AugustPort 16.13 (109) d. Norwood 12.13 (85)Sturt 13.12 (90) d. Eagles 11.8 (74)Bye - WestROUND 19Saturday 9 AugustEagles v South @ Woodville OvalNorth v Central @ Prospect OvalNorwood v Sturt @ Coopers StadiumWest v Port @ Broadspectrum OvalBye - GlenelgROUND 20Saturday 16 AugustSouth v West @ Hickinbotham OvalSunday 17 AugustGlenelg v North @ Challenge Recruitment OvalPort v Sturt @ Alberton OvalBye Central, Norwood and EaglesROUND 21Saturday 23 AugustEagles v Glenelg @ Woodville OvalNorwood v West @ Coopers StadiumSouth v Central @ Hickinbotham OvalSunday 24 AugustNorth v Port @ Prospect OvalBye - SturtROUND 22Saturday 30 AugustEagles v Norwood @ Woodville OvalSunday 31 AugustSturt v South @ House Brothers OvalWest v Central @ Broadspectrum OvalPort v Glenelg @ Alberton OvalBye - NorthROUND 23Saturday 6 SeptemberGlenelg v Norwood @ Challenge Recruitment OvalPort v Eagles @ Alberton OvalWest v North @ Broadspectrum OvalCentral v Sturt @ Hamra Homes Oval (N)Bye South*Subject to changeSANFL FINALSFINALS WEEK #1Sunday 14 SeptemberLeague Elimination Final @ 12.10pmLeague Qualifying Final @ 3.10pmMatches to be played at Adelaide OvalFINALS WEEK #2Sunday 21 SeptemberLeague 1st Semi Final @ 12.10pmLeague 2nd Semi Final @ 3.10pmMatches to be played at Adelaide OvalFINALS WEEK #3Sunday 28 SeptemberLeague Preliminary Final @ 3.10pmMatch to be played at Adelaide OvalFINALS WEEK #4Sunday 5 OctoberUnder 19 Grand Final @ 9.05amReserves Grand Final @ 12.00pmLeague Grand Final @ 3.10pmAll matches to be played at AAMI Stadium1. Which club did Glenelg host in Round 13 in front of acrowd of 11,827?2. Can you name the Port legend who won the 1980 Magarey Medal?3. Which club won the 1991 Grand Final?4. How many goals did Eagles’ star Mark Passador kickagainst West in Round Five?5. Norwood’s record home score was 33.21.219 in 1977.Which team did they play?6. Which club did Sturt defeat by seven points in the 1976Preliminary Final?7. Who is the coach of the South Reserves?8. How many premierships have Central won?9. Name the North star who retired in June.10. Which Port player reached 150 games against North inRound 13?ANSWERS:1. Sturt. 2. Russell Ebert. 3. North defeated West. 4. Six. 5. North. 6. Glenelg. 7. DamianMinervini. 8. Six. 9. Chris Ladhams. 10. Daniel Hargraves.MATCH TIMESSaturday afternoon matches- 2.00pm (including ABC TVtelecast matches)Saturday night matches(Hamra Homes Oval) - 6.30pmSunday afternoon matches- 2.00pmSPOT THE DIFFERENCEANSWERS:1. South’s player has agoatee; 2. SANFL logodisappears from Northguernsey; 3. South player’sarm bandage is shorter;4. North player’s socks aredifferent colours; 5.“Iced”disappears from the sign;6. Second South’s playerhas his foot in shadow;7. West End logo disappearsfrom football.0KIDS’ CORNER - SPOT THE FOOTYOT30SANFL FOOTBALL BUDGET - ROUND 19 - LEAGUE FOOTY


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