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Vol 6 - No 13
Saturday - July 6th, 2013
RR - $3.00
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THE FOOTY BUDGET
THIS WEEK 60 PAGES - WITH 8 PAGES OF “DAYS GONE BY”
THE AXEMEN WILL SUGGEST
IDEAS OF HOW TO IMPROVE
Over the next few weeks the Axemen will constructively be putting into our columns,
how the SAAFL can improve the competition, or at least ensure that people will
begin to think outside the square. People always have to look forward and to keep
making cosmetic changes to the competition to make it more attractive. Some of
the ideas will be “outside the square” while some of them will be more conservative.
We know that we are just little “wannabe administrators” but we have to start somewhere,
if we are to achieve the lofty heights, of such great luminaries, as Mr Capogreco.
One area will obviously be media. Over the six years the “Footy Budget” has been
in production its success has seen the advent of further, complimentary media
organisations. These include the very popular radio shows hosted from the studio
of WOW-FM, and produced on Game Day and as a Monday evening wrap up show.
It is a fact - that the “Footy Budget” is the most read football product produced
covering the amateur football played in Adelaide. There is no question of that.
We think the success of the “Footy Budget” attests to the football knowledge,
expertise in media, and experience of the editor and founder, Luke Hosie. After
speaking with him this week, “he does not believe that”. He believes that “having
the best writers on the Footy Budget and people on the radio shows” is the reason.
The “Footy Budget” promotes amateur football like never before, and has brought
about ‘Teams of the Year’ and a myriad of incentives for players and clubs. This
series of success in the promotion of amateur football, has come at no cost to clubs.
Contrast the success of the “Footy Budget” and the two radio shows, to that of the
SAAFL media. Everything they have touched in media, from the old 5RPH radio
show, Australia live TV, Podcasts, Grassroots, Grassroots on-line the Centenary
book, and a myriad of other ventures has cost clubs, sponsors and the league
hundreds of thousands of dollars. Footy News is just awful, and is not well read.
Time the league “cuts it losses” with media ventures and appoint the “Footy Budget”
to conduct media. They won’t however - but they just don’t have the expertise and
should be using coffee makers on football matters. Instead “they are out there again”
trying to take on media. Most of the executive know that both the “Footy Budget”
and radio shows are the best products. A massive problem is that many of the current
executive made the original “bad decisions” and don’t like admitting their blunders.
AND THE MONDAY NIGHT
‘SA AMATEUR FOOTY REVIEW’
Saturday 10am to 12 midday
Monday Nights 6pm to 8pm
2 hours of SA Amateur Football on a
Saturday morning and also
THE MONDAY NIGHT 2 HOUR SHOW
ON SA AMATEUR FOOTBALL
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THE AXEMEN
We have 12 Axemen out there now - so
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if it’s happening or you stuff up, there
is a good chance we will find out!!!
• It was a monster day of goal scoring at the “White Picket Fence” last
Saturday, when Scotch OC kicked their second highest A grade score
ever (in 54 years). The score line was a massive win to Scotch OC
over Eastern Park by 171 points. The score was 35.16 (226) to 8.7 (55).
Dan Cahill kicked 12 goals, Paul Cahill 9 goals and Joe Beilby 6. This
was a huge turn around, as Eastern Park defeated Scotch OC only ten
weeks ago at Dwight Reserve. Each of the Cahill’s kicked 5 goals in the
final quarter, where Scotch OC kicked 15.3 (93). How many brothers
would have ever kicked 21 goals between them in a game of football?
If the ‘little orange martians’ don’t give 3 and 2 votes for both Cahill’s,
there should be a royal commission. Previously the highest score for
Scotch OC was 36-24 (240) v Wattle Park Teachers College, in 1959.
• Just a word of warning from the Editor to some coaches out there.
If you are going to give a serve to the crowd and opposition, there is a
very good chance that you will get it back. Just don’t say anything in
the first place, or you can only expect to get it back in spades. Works
both ways, and coaches have to be very aware, that WE have to shut
up on the boundary line, and take what comes our way. If you put
yourself out there as a coach or assistant coach or official, then you
know that you are fair game for spectators. End of story. That also goes
for SAAFL executive and staff. “One that we know of” has a massive
liking for shooting his mouth off at games. One case only happened the
other week. Where there is a conflict of interest, it is best not to attend
games, where a conflict may occur, and then make a goose of yourself.
• The Axemen have heard on the grapevine that the SAAFL executive
have made a very good decision. If they don’t think that 300 people will
attend a game at Thebarton, then they won’t enforce the game to be
played there, as the club’s would not get back their minimum dividend.
Makes perfect sense. There are many clubs who make more from a
game at Thebarton than others. Club’s who don’t get home bar takings,
and other reasons, should get to play there more often in the future.
Some club’s with big crowds, bar, canteen and BBQ facilities lose a
bucket load of money, when at Thebarton. Makes for commonsense.
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D1 - phos camden v adelaide university
PHOS Camden
PHOS CAMDEN
VERSUS
Adelaide University
PHOS CAMDEN
ADELAIDE UNIVERSITY
G
Nathan Rudloff
1 5 Jonathon
Koutsikas
13 Thomas
Brett Pike
2
Hansen
JayRamsey
Horne
3 1 Nick
16 Michael
Luke Williams
4
Papatolis
Luke
Flynn
5 2 Tom
Wallent
24 Blake
Adam
Williams
6
Ardill
28 Jarrod
DanielBraley
Noske
7
26 Floyd
Joel Fulwood
Cochrane
10
24 Tasman
Brandon
Kowalick
11
Hawthorne
21 Samuel
Mark Vittese
12
Inglis
Steven
Pitt
137 Adam
Wilson
27 Jake
JoshResnais
Bollmeyer
14
12 Jake
Daniel
Golding
15
Scharenberg
25 Patrick
Justin Hamden
Maschotta
16
Travis Wright
176 Matthew
Carey
23 Austin
Paul Wood
19
Tremaine
GavinBergsma
Patman
203 Aaron
20 Tom
Darren
Vertudaches
21
Bedding
10 Casey
Trent Beard
Melville
22
19 Adam
Patrick
McAuley
23
Scholz
17 Ryan
JackBartlett
Grace
24
Luke Abell
25 Steven
Williams
DanielDoolette-Cox
Hannah
26 Damon
Mark Green
27 Samuel
Willcocks
David Ford
28 Kristopher
Evans
Daniel
Wicks
35 Adam
Scholz
COACH - Gary Williams
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TEAM
G
B
B
2
Rusling
42 Sean
Nathan
Rudloff
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4 7 William
Paynter
Brett Pike
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5
Bankes
25 Craig
Jay Horne
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6
Rohde
18 Callum
Luke Williams
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7
McIntyre
24 Andrew
Luke Flynn
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8
Lewis
44 Jack
Adam
Williams
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9
Paynter
11 Seb
Daniel
Noske
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11
Sharley
33 Simon
Joel Cochrane
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136 Bradley
Davis
Brandon
Kowalick
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145 Tom
Eldredge
Mark
Vittese
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18
Antoniadis
27 Lucas
Steven
Pitt
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20
Hurley-Wellington ............
22 George
Josh Bollmeyer
22
Allan
12 Matthew
Daniel Golding
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25
53 Daniel
JustinCrouch
Maschotta
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26
Bateman
20 Thomas
Travis Wright
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27
Quin
23 Alexander
Paul Wood
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302 Stewart
Edwards
Gavin Patman
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314 John
Gardner
Darren
Vertudaches ............
32
Krieg
26 Sam
Trent
Melville
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429 Ben
Sanders
Patrick
McAuley
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45
47 Daniel
Jack Weekley
Grace
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47 Thomas
Walker
Luke Abell
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51 Charlie
DanielParsons
Hannah
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52 Matthew
Murdock
Mark Green
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58 Christopher
David FordBlack
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92 Benjamin
Smelt
Daniel Wicks
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COACH - Bruce Lennon
www.bobneil.com
1st QTR
2nd QTR
3rd QTR
FINAL
“Saturday Game Day”
from 10am to 12 midday every Saturday
“SA Amateur Footy Review”
Every Monday night from 6pm till 8pm
The young Phantoms are trying hard but
at the moment they are resigned to
relegation. Last week, against the
reigning premiers, they were completely
out played and were defeated by 95
points. PHOS Camden are just too far
away from the other sides, to avoid
relegation. Their percentage is also of
major concern. Gary Williams will be
trying to keep his young group together
and also giving their young players as
much game time as possible - so the
stay in D2 will only be short. He has a lot
to work with and much potential. Tom
Bedding and Aaron Bergsma have not
stopped trying all season, and on Saturday
had good support from Sam Inglis,
Casey Beard, Blake Ardill, Ryan Bartlett
and Adam Scholz. They will still be trying
to win as many games as possible to
finish the season on a high, but the
midfield dominance and Sean Rusling up
forward will be too much this week, as
the Blacks will record a good win.
Goal Kickers: S. Inglis, T. Bedding,
C. Beard, B. Ardill, R. Bartlett, A. Scholz
Best Players: R. Bartlett, J. Braley,
A. Bergsma, T. Bedding, T. Hansen
ADELAIDE UNIVERSITY
The Blacks last week tried valiantly at
Bob Neil, but were no real match for
Goodwood Saints. It was a game where
at no stage did you think Adelaide
University would win, but they were
never really out of it. Ben Smelt kicked
three goals up forward, while Brant Ellis
after coming up from the reserves has
kicked valuable goals, as did midfielder
Seb Paynter. The Goodwood defence
held Rusling to just the single goal.
George Hurley-Wellington continued his
brilliant year and was best for the Blacks,
and he had good support from Jack
Lewis, Will Paynter, Simon Sharley and
Andrew McIntyre. The Blacks by plenty.
Goal Kickers: B. Smelt 3, B. Ellis 2,
S. Paynter 2, S. Rusling,
G. Hurley-Wellington
Best Players: G. Hurley-Wellington,
J. Lewis, T. Bateman, W. Paynter,
S. Sharley, A. McIntyre
“FOOTY BUDGET” PREDICTION
Adelaide University - 67 points
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Goodwood Saints
VERSUS
Gaza
GOODWOOD SAINTS
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GOODWOOD SAINTS
1
26 Matthew
Nathan Illman
Rudloff
2
Dempsey
15 Anthony
Brett Pike
3
Hamblin
30 Murray
Jay Horne
4
31 Jacob
Luke Hughes
Williams
5 2 Kris
Vanderloo
Luke
Flynn
6
Donaldson
22 Luke
Adam
Williams
7 9 Lou
Whitelock
Daniel
Noske
8
Bayliss
28 Aaron
Joel Cochrane
9
Stanton
21 Luke
Brandon
Kowalick
10
Giles
32 Richard
Mark Vittese
12
10 Jordan
StevenTurner
Pitt
136 Tom
Langley
Josh
Bollmeyer
147 Matthew
Smith
Daniel Golding
154 Nicholas
Burgess
Justin Maschotta
16
Anderson
23 Tom
Travis
Wright
18
16 Toby
PaulMcAllister
Wood
195 Anthony
Skara
Gavin Patman
22
14 Mitchell
DarrenEleftheriou
Vertudaches
24
Burns
03 Addison
Trent Melville
23
Wakelin
19 Daniel
Patrick
McAuley
261 Simon
Brooks
Jack Grace
28 Brad
LukeDabrowski
Abell
30 Carl
Slape
Daniel
Hannah
31 Matthew
Wright
Mark Green
32 Mitchell
Tiller
David Ford
51 Thomas
Barry
Daniel Wicks
COACH - Trent Mills
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TEAM
GAZA
B
1st QTR
G
B
1 7 Paul
Merritt
Nathan
Rudloff
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2
25 Tyson
BrettRadetti
Pike
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3
Haythorpe
18 Russell
Jay Horne
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4 2 Sam
Gruber
Luke
Williams
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7
Gentilore
15 Dale
Luke
Flynn
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8
Delaine
16 Jed
Adam
Williams
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9
21 Braden
DanielCunningham
Noske
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10 Dylan
Joel Turner
Cochrane
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12
Allocca
33 David
Brandon
Kowalick
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139 John
MarkBoxer
Vittese
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144 Daniel
Lee
Steven
Pitt
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15
Shaw
14 Jay
Josh
Bollmeyer
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16
Richards
23 Matthew
Daniel Golding
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173 Adam
JustinCullen
Maschotta
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18
13 William
Travis Sansbury
Wright
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19
11 Chris
PaulRadetti
Wood
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21
19 Shawn
GavinMcGregor
Patman
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22
Butler
30 Ricky
Darren
Vertudaches ............
23
Rankine
22 Ronald
Trent Melville
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258 Jack
Kappelle
Patrick
McAuley
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27
Bray
12 Alex
Jack
Grace
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30 Todd
LukeBlacksell
Abell
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33 Jack
Sandland
Daniel
Hannah
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Mark Green
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David Ford
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Daniel Wicks
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COACH - Nathan Grainger
www.gaza.com.au
2nd QTR
3rd QTR
FINAL
“Saturday Game Day”
from 10am to 12 midday every Saturday
“SA Amateur Footy Review”
Every Monday night from 6pm till 8pm
Goodwood are still taking all before
them, as they disposed of the Blacks last
week by 28 points. This week they are
back home against a desperate Gaza,
who need to keep winning to avoid
relegation and will be desperate. Anthony
Skara kept his good form going kicking
2, while ever green Murray Hamblin
contributed 3. Aaron Bayliss, Addison
Burns and Tom Anderson all contributed
2 goals. Kris Vanderloo, Lou Whitelock,
Matthew Illman, Aaron Bayliss and
Matthew Smith all played well. Back
home this week, against a desperate
Gaza, will not be a game that Trent Mills
or Goodwood will take lightly, as they
know how good Gaza have been over
the years. They should still have far too
much big man strength and more forward
options for the Eagles and the Saints
should run out comfortable winners.
Goal Kickers: M. Hamblin 3, A. Skara 2,
A. Bayliss 2, T. Anderson 2, A. Burns 2,
A. Dempsey, M. Eleftheriou, M. Illman
Best Players: K. Vanderloo, L. Whitelock,
M. Illman, M. Smith, A. Bayliss
GAZA
Last week was a much needed win for
Nathan Grainger and Gaza. It was a
small step towards avoiding relegation.
They are now level with Broadview and
not far off Gullies, as the run home hots
up, to see who will join PHOS as the
relegated sides. It was a case of the old
and new last week, which would have
impressed the Gaza faithful. Paul Merritt
was best afield and good support from the
Radetti brothers and the experienced,
yet young John Boxer. Adam Cullen has
impressed in the back half of the year
and Matthew Richards was another who
played well. It might be a bit tough
though this week, and Goodwood to win.
Goal Kickers: A. Bray 2, M. Clark,
A. Cullen, L. Rigney, D. Lee, R. Butler,
D. Allocca, G. Smith, T. Blacksell
Best Players: P. Merritt, A. Cullen, J. Boxer,
M. Richards, C. Radetti, T. Radetti
“FOOTY BUDGET” PREDICTION
Goodwood Saints - 27 points
D1 - broadview v henley
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Broadview
BROADVIEW
VERSUS
Henley
BROADVIEW
HENLEY
G
1
11 Damien
NathanThamm
Rudloff
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3
Schlicker
5 Thomas
Brett Pike
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4 Lachlan
Warner
Jay Horne
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5
Whyte
18 Thomas
Luke Williams
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6
29 Andy
LukeRead
Flynn
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9
Taylor
7 Matthew
Adam Williams
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11
Simpson
8 Brett
Daniel
Noske
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12
Dimasi
24 Tim
Joel
Cochrane
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13
Webster
19 Jake
Brandon
Kowalick
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15
Grocke
3 Nathan
Mark Vittese
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16
Grocke
13 Christian
Steven Pitt
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17
15 Daniel
Josh Kelly
Bollmeyer
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18
Read
27 Nick
Daniel
Golding
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19
Williams
1 Damien
Justin Maschotta
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20
Thomas
47 Matthew
Travis Wright
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21
Moukachar
34 Youssef
Paul Wood
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22
Kellett
20 Michael
Gavin Patman
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23
22 Michael
DarrenMattei
Vertudaches ............
24
Cronshaw
23 Anthony
Trent Melville
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25
Burnett
16 Scott
Patrick
McAuley
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27
Kemp
12 Matthew
Jack Grace
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29 Boyd
LukeWest
Abell
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34 Nick
Beneke
Daniel
Hannah
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35 Jack
Grieger
Mark
Green
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47 Sebastian
Koblar
David Ford
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51 Brayden
De Prinse
Daniel Wicks
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COACH - Wayne Weidemann
www.broadviewfc.com.au
TEAM
G
B
1 4 Addison
NathanWhitehouse
Rudloff
2 3 James
Stewart
Brett Pike
5 8 Andrew
Martin
Jay Horne
6
37 Ryan
LukeSampson
Williams
8
19 Aaron
LukeDart
Flynn
11
Davoren
13 Sam
Adam
Williams
12
Berry
29 Scott
Daniel
Noske
13
18 Matt
JoelDavoren-Searcy
Cochrane
149 Jake
Pavlich
Brandon
Kowalick
15
24 Jason
MarkClark
Vittese
16
Phillipou
10 Sam
Steven
Pitt
17
30 Brad
JoshMehaffey
Bollmeyer
185 Michael
Daniel Clark
Golding
19
Fitzgerald
26 Scott
Justin
Maschotta
202 Adam
TravisPedler
Wright
227 Jamie
Paul Grosser
Wood
23
Pedersen
27 Ross
Gavin
Patman
24
Jarman
23 Stefan
Darren
Vertudaches
25
22 Heath
TrentStableford
Melville
26
Symmons
14 Dale
Patrick
McAuley
27
Broadbent
16 Tim
Jack
Grace
28 Joel
Cullen
Luke
Abell
29 Michael
Daniel Francis
Hannah
30 Brent
MarkFrewen
Green
37 Scott
Newman
David
Ford
39 Brett
Dobson
Daniel
Wicks
COACH - Gavin Colville
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www.henleysharks.com.au
1st QTR
2nd QTR
3rd QTR
FINAL
“Saturday Game Day”
from 10am to 12 midday every Saturday
“SA Amateur Footy Review”
Every Monday night from 6pm till 8pm
Tiger fans will feel unlucky to lose the
last two games by 1 and 3 points, but on
Saturday evening, after quarter time they
were the second best team. Probably
only poor kicking from Gaza kept the
Tigers in the game. The Tigers do have a
long list of injuries, and at the wrong time
of the year, but they will have to fight
hard now to avoid relegation. It comes
down to Broadview, Tea Tree Gully and
Gaza. Andy Read has been in great form
of late, as has Damian Thamm. Both
have had a fantastic month of football.
Nathan Grocke, Tim Dimasi with his 3
goals and also Scott Burnett with is 2
goals were also valuable contributors.
This week they play a side which has
had a myriad of injuries recently and are
beginning to get some of their better and
more experience players back. Even at
home, it is hard to see a Broadview victory.
Goal Kickers: T. Dimasi 3, S. Burnett 2,
D. Thamm 2, T. Schlicker, B. West,
M. Kemp, P. Elfenbein
Best Players: A. Read, D. Thamm,
N. Grocke, T. Dimasi, S. Burnett
HENLEY
Henley had their big past players day at
Shark Park, last Saturday and turned it
on. They extended their lead over an
injury riddled Tea Tree Gully each quarter
to eventually run out comfortable 57 point
winners. The game was effectively over
at half time, as the Sharks held a
commanding 6 goal lead. Big Joel Cullen
has been a handful for opposition
defences and kicked 6 goals, while
Jamie Grosser and Aaron Dart both
across half forward, kicked 5 and 3 goals
respectively. Jake Pavlich and Tim
Broadbent were also good through the
midfield and benefited from Ross
Pederson and his outstanding ruck play.
The Sharks are hunting third spot now
and wont let this game slip.
Goal Kickers: J. Cullen 6, J. Grosser 5,
A. Dart 3, H. Stableford 2, S. McDonnell,
A. Whitehouse, T. Broadbent, J. Pavlich
Best Players: J. Grosser, J. Pavlich,
T. Broadbent, R. Pedersen, J. Cullen,
B. Dobson
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1964
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Birkin
3 Jonathan
Nathan Rudloff
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Rudloff
16 Nathan
Brett Pike
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5 Brett
Jay Pike
Horne
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Mckay
21 Zac
Luke
Williams
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15 Luke
LukeWilliams
Flynn
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Olive
2 Dylan
Adam
Williams
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Williams
20 Adam
Daniel
Noske
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Uglesic
4 Daniel
Joel Cochrane
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Cochrane
19 Joel
Brandon
Kowalick
10
23 Dillon
MarkHarding
Vittese
11
7 Mitchell
StevenSandery
Pitt
12
33 Aaron
Josh Jelfs
Bollmeyer
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Bollmeyer
48 Josh
Daniel
Golding
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10 Daniel
JustinGolding
Maschotta
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Billings
9 Thomas
Travis Wright
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17 Travis
Paul Wright
Wood
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Vanristell
1 Garth
Gavin
Patman
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11 Eric
Darren
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Min
13 Matthew
Trent Melville
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12 Patrick
PatrickMcAuley
McAuley
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18 Luke
JackAbell
Grace
33 Clint
Dow
Luke
Abell
40 David
Ford
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Johansen
Brett
Pike
2 6 Paul
Radway
JayDrieman
Horne
3 5 Paul
24 Joseph
Luke Williams
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Hay
23 Michael
Luke Flynn
5
Hood
Adam Williams
6 3 Matthew
Sharpe
31 Matthew
Daniel Noske
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Camplin
21 Marek
Joel Cochrane
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Sajewicz
30 Josh
Brandon
10
RalphKowalick
17 Nick
Mark
Vittese
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Pape
34 Dylan
Steven
Pitt
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Brooks
26 Shane
Josh Jordan
Bollmeyer
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Daniel
Golding
149 Jamie
Solly
29 Steven
Justin Evans
Maschotta
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11 Ricky
Travis
Wright
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Thomas
25 Trent
PaulPascoe
Wood
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16 Sonny
GavinGreagen
Patman
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DarrenLong
Vertudaches
241 Robert
33 Scott
TrentMumford
Melville
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12 Damian
PatrickMcBride
McAuley
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14 Simon
Jack Grace
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Warner
LukeMotley
Abell
29 Chris
DanielHay
Hannah
30 Callum
Mark Green
31 Michael
Eichner
DavidHood
Ford
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Wicks
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After a promising start to the season,
injuries have riddled the chances of Tea
Tree Gully of playing finals. Kevin Baker
must be frustrated with the long term
injuries to some of his key players. He is
likely to get Mitch Sandery back in the
next three weeks, but it might be too late.
Last week Gullies were no match for Henley
at Shark Park and this week they take on
heavy weights in Salisbury North. Gullies
are locked into a three way battle now,
with Gaza and Broadview, to fight off the
last relegation spot. Pat McAuley played
well last week, while big ruckman Clint
Dow played his best senior game for the
club, this year. Josh Bollmeyer kicked two
goals and was a presence up forward, as
was Daniel Uglesic, while Joel Cochrane
also played well. Unfortunately for the
Gullies, they just won’t match it this week
with the Hawks, who are just too strong.
Goal Kickers: J. Bollmeyer 2, D. Uglesic 2,
J. Cochrane 2, D. Uglesic 2, B. Topham,
D. Harding, Z. McKay, D. Ford, E. Kells
Best Players: P. McAuley, C. Dow,
J. Bollmeyer, J. Cochrane, D. Uglesic
SALISBURY NORTH
The Hawks have taken all before then in
the last few weeks, after a few games
that got away from them. Their forward
line last week was too strong and offered
too many avenues to goal. Matthew
Camplin kicked 6 and Jamie Solly 4,
while Dylan Brooks contributed 3,
Matthew Hood and Sonny Greagan 2.
Michael Eichner continues to impress, and
has had a tremendous year. Camplin with
his six goals was good, as was Jordan,
Steven Evans at centre half forward, and
Matthew Sharpe. The Hawks defence
shut down both Litster and Manuel as
well, to complete the shut out. They will
be far too good for the Gullies this week.
Goal Kickers: M. Camplin 6, J. Solly 4,
D. Brooks 3, M. Hood 2, S. Greagen 2,
R. Long, P. Drieman, M. Sajewicz
Best Players: M. Eichner, M. Camplin,
S. Jordan, S. Evans, M. Sharpe
“FOOTY BUDGET” PREDICTION
Salisbury North - 37 points
D1 - rostrevor oc v st peter’s oc
Rostrevor OC
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Brett McCallum
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Baccanello
Jay Horne
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Luke
Williams
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Jordan
Luke Flynn
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Adam Williams
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Moore
13 Thomas
Daniel Noske
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JoelKerslake
Cochrane
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Gilbert
14 Scott
Brandon
Kowalick
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MarkHolm
Vittese
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Dawes
Steven Pitt
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Josh Bollmeyer
145 William
DanielO'Malley
Golding
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10 Jonathan
Justin Maschotta
16 Paul
Fantasia
Travis
Wright
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Holland
Paul Wood
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Gavin
Patman
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Litster
Darren
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PatrickJones
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Jack Grace
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Gavin Lockwood
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ST PETER’S OC
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from 10am to 12 midday every Saturday
“SA Amateur Footy Review”
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Rostrevor OC have only lost three
games for the year, but have dropped
their last two, and have appeared a little
shaky against the top two sides. The
ability of the opposition defences to shut
down both Drew Litster and Paul Manuel,
has been decisive. Without their massive
influence up forward, ROC’s have found
it difficult to kick a winning score. Paul
Fantasia kicked 3 goals and Tim
Baccanello kicked 2, but they wee the
only multiple goal kickers. Brendan Littler,
Peter Baccanello and Will O’Malley all
played well in last week’s big 56 point
loss to the Hawks. Tom Wigley would be
slightly concerned, as Henley are now
within striking distance of the double
chance and he will want to get back into
winning form against St Peter’s.
Goal Kickers: P. Fantasia 3,
T. Baccanello 2, B. Kerslake, L. Manuel,
D. McCallum, M. Sutcliffe, D. Litster
Best Players: P. Fantasia, B. Littler,
T. Baccanello, W. O’Malley, P. Baccanello
ST PETER’S OC
St Peter’s kept their finals chances alive
with their big 95 point victory over PHOS
Camden last week. The old collegians
were leading comfortably by 43 points at
three quarter time and nobody saw the
final quarter slaughter coming. St Peter’s
mauled the Phantoms, kicking 10.4 to
just 2 goals, to run away with a massive
percentage boosting win. The win put
them only just short of the Blacks,
outside the five. Henry Hardy recaptured
his form for last year with a superb 12
goals. Matthew Hill and Jack Johnson
kicked 3 and 2 goals respectively. Brad
Thomas, Johnson, Tom Fotheringham and
Nick Smith all played well. St Peter’s are
not without a chance here, but we think
Rostrevor OC, will narrowly win.
Goal Kickers: H. Hardy 12, M. Hill 3,
J. Johnson 2, J. Lockwood 2, J. Bowman,
N. Smith
Best Players: H. Hardy, B. Thomas,
J. Johnson, T. Fotheringham, N. Smith
“FOOTY BUDGET” PREDICTION
Rostrevor OC - 17 points
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Dean Pead
Samuel White
Rhys Crampton
Nicholas Giles
James Lunn
Jack Luckett
Charlie Rae
Aidan Parham
Lyndon Parham
James Cibich
Luke McDonough
Kyron Dixon
Chris Molitor
Mathew Gates
Stefan Thomas
Michael Suttie
Luke Stubing
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Lachlan Greig
Jay Williams
Todd Smitham
Simon Maddern
Rodney Smitheram
Steven Clay
Damian Coulthard
Nick Westhoff
Ben Haren
Nathan Rose
Ricky Wiseman
Joshua Rosenthal
Shane Catterall
Jarrod Hales
Jeremy Johncock
Daniel Tanczos
Harley Tiller
Ross Merrett
Mark Tylor
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SMOSH West Lakes v Port District
THE TIP - Port District by 25 - 36 points
MATCH REVIEW BY - Our division guest writer
SMOSH West Lakes legitimacy as a finals contender was questioned after its five
goal defeat by Sacred Heart. In contrast to previous weeks, the ‘Lions’ ball handling
lacked cohesion and purpose under pressure whereas Sacred Hearts’ despatch with
hand and foot was sublime. Team structures suffered as missed tackles, poor
checking, and bad kicking allowed ‘Hearts’ to run the flanks and central corridor
almost uncontested from defence into attack with “one” touch football. The loss of
‘Lions’ spearhead Charlie ‘Razor’ Rae to injury prior the start of the game along with
fullback Captain Ian Ralston in the first term became problematic as their team
dynamics changed significantly. The fact they could only manage 2.11 for the first
three terms proved decisive, despite outscoring ‘Hearts’ in the final term to avoid a
complete rout. Ruckman Chris Molitor (2 goals) continues his good form whilst
other notable performances came from half back Rhys Crampton, on-baller Stefan
Thomas, wing James Cibich and HFF Kyron Dixon. Elsewhere Port District’s
“ruthless” despatch of hapless Modbury sent a clear message to the opposition
teams to bring their “best” game or else!! Coach Mark Tylor has constructed a welltrained team comprising youth and experience with future expectations of returning
to division 1 in mind. This was evident as the ‘Maggies’ dominated possession;
“gang” tackled, and shut down the ‘Hawks’ running game to completely overwhelm
Modbury. Despite overusing the ball on occasions ‘Ports’ forwards Nathan
McDowell (6 goals) and Nathan Rose (5 goals) scored freely, whilst their halfback
line of Jarrod Hales, Ricky Wiseman and Aaron Christman were instrumental in their
team’s 21 goals “demolition” of Modbury proving unpassable on the day. ‘Lions’
Coach Lucas Stubing needs to cover the loss of two key players and to alter his
team’s mindset for this week clash against Port District, whilst coach Tylor will “tell”
his players that victory still has to be won. ‘Magpies’ to win!
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LAST WEEK’S RESULTS
DIVISION 2 RESERVES
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Port District
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Gepps Cross
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Matthew Jolly
Brett Tarca
Ryan Smeich
Kristopher Todd
Daniel Smart
Sam Hofmeyer
Jake Bowman
Adam Persoglia
Kenton Johns
Scott Hewett
Todd Stanton
Kyle McNaughton
Sam Byles
Jayden Elliott
Alexander Lunn
Marcus Kightley
Travis Edwards
Jarrad Duthie
Scott Cleary
Peter McDermott
Matthew Jolly
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Mitchell Brealey
William Hugo
Kieran Artis
Thomas Brinsley
Matthew Jackman
Henry Olsson
Justin Graetz
Thomas Wicks
David Reed
Matthew Watson
Jarrod Buckley
Stewart Fincher
Nicholas Blanch
Cameron Graetz
Oliver Temme
James Thomas
Jarrad Byrne
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Modbury v Prince Alfred OC
THE TIP - Prince Alfred OC by 25 - 36 points
MATCH REVIEW BY - James Gratton
Unfortunately for Modbury their game this week against Prince Alfred OC may
suffer the same fate as has the majority of their games this season. Modbury’s
side is filled with younger players who have had a difficult season against the
more experienced teams. With a major focus on getting experience into their
young side, Modbury have fallen short multiple times, when facing most sides.
Prince Alfred, their opponent this week, has lifted their performance in the past
weeks becoming a serious finals contender. After a sluggish start to the year
Prince Alfred OC have now slipped into gear having won their last six games in
a row. Last week Modbury lost to powerhouse Port District by a massive 123
points in a disappointing performance for their side. With no multiple goal
scorers for the game, Modbury’s forwards suffered from very limited supply and
opportunities. Huge pressure was applied to their defensive structure with 25
goals being kicked by Port District. However Modbury were unable to capitalise
on their attacks on goal - kicking 4 goals 13 points. Best a field for the ‘Hawks’
were Peter McDermott, Scott Hewett and Sam Hofmeyer. Prince Alfred OC last
week won a huge game against Portland by 25 points, and looks poised for the
remainder of the year. Prince Alfred OC were leading all day and had a major
lead going into half time when they kicked four goals to Portland’s zero. Prince
Alfred OC however let Portland back into the game allowing them to kick six
goals in the final quarter. Goal kickers for Prince Alfred OC were Karl Siebels
with four, whilst James Thomas bagged three. Best a field were William Hugo,
Tom Brinsley and Joss Builder. Prince Alfred OC should secure a win,
continuing their fantastic form this season, and push for finals.
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Tim Upton
Mark Cocchiaro
Darcy Davies
Brett Pederson
David Bird
Jarrod Wareing
Brett Prior
Robert Wilson
Dale Laslett
Gavin Shephard
Troy Wilkey
Danny Connole
Tyson Odegarrd
Corey Evans
Josh Perkins
Josh Walker
Ross Bament
Jake Carmody
Matty Rowe
Andrew Dickenson
Ben Stokes
Angus Yates
Luke Granleese
Josh Draper
Chris Gein
Kevin Mills
Tommy Oates
Ricky Pearce
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Jay Collins
Brett Hains
Justin Keatley
Matt Morrell
Matthew Green
Daniel Blythe
Solomon Fitzgerald
Sid Visser
Jacob Fuller
Benjamin George
Daniel Behrendt
Brent Cowell
Bradley Bell
Liam Carusi
Stephen Hansen
Jack Rogers
Liam Narcys
Jordan Dodman
Scott Thompson
Sean Jackson
Portland v Flinders Park
THE TIP - Portland by 1 - 12 points
MATCH REVIEW BY - Dylan Matthews
Flinders Park make the trip to the “Thunderdome’’ this weekend to take on
Portland, in Round 12 of the SAAFL Division 2 Competition. This has been a tight
contest in recent times and this week should prove to be no different as both sides
push towards finals. The last time these sides met was on ANZAC Day (Round 3),
with the boys from Portland getting over the line by 5 points in a thriller!
After starting season 2013 like a house on fire, the ‘Thunder’ has struggled over
the past fortnight, going down to SMOSH West Lakes and Prince Alfred OC
respectively. Over the weekend Portland travelled to Park 9 to take on PAOC in
very good conditions. It was clear from after the first 10 minutes, that Portland
weren’t switched on and was coming up against a confident opponent - who has
won its last 6 games! Portland were controlled in every facet of the game, only
managing a measly 3 goals to three-quarter time (down by 47 points)! A six goal
final term was a shining light on a rather dim day for the ‘Thunder’, who were
simply outclassed (final margin 25 points). Best Players for Portland were:
Joshua Walker (3 goals), Dale Laslett and Troy Wilkey. Flinders Park had a solid
win defeating Gepps Cross by 14 points in a low scoring affair. Although the
margin was close all day, the ‘Reds’ had control of the game for majority of the
contest. Flinders Park managed to find space on a number of occasions and
drive the ball forward to create enough opportunities to win the game. Best
Players for the ‘Reds’ were: Liam Carusi, Adam Hobba and Kieran Johanson.
Flinders Park is finally starting to hit some form after a somewhat disappointing
start to 2013. The ‘Reds’ have now managed to win their last 4 games and are
shaping up to be a finals contender. In what should prove to be another tight
contest at the “Thunderdome’’, Portland should hit back with a much needed win.
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Robert Bellamy
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Ryan Collins
Peter Smith
Ben Rawlings
Alex Stengle
Ricky Smith
Steven Taylor
Dale Osborne
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Josh Hand
Robert Bates
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Craig Schapel
Matthew Whelan
Adam Clutton
Mathew Robertson
Craig Allen
Rick Fox
Jamin Tripp
Billy Parks
Chad Parks
Michael Howson
Kyle Parks
Phillip Cutting
Charlie Molyneux
Jamie Thomas
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Gepps Cross v Kilburn
THE TIP - Gepps Cross by 13 - 24 points
MATCH REVIEW BY - Matt Stokes
A game with huge ramifications. The loser here will be in relegation territory, if the ever
improving Sacred Heart OC can get over the top of Walkerville, who are struggling.
Gepps Cross with their superior percentage has them in better shape than Sacred
Heart OC. Both of these clubs at the start of the season, were mentioned in
despatches as finals aspirants, while the ‘Rams’ were expected to be in the top 3.
Injuries to key forwards, to Brodie Hudson and Jamahl Liddle, has resulted in Neil
Rawlings having to find other avenues to goal, which has not transpired to the levels
that will win games of football. An over reliance of their small forwards and midfielders
to kick goals has not resulted in big scores. Last week Josh Wittwer kicked 3 goals
and was the only multiple goal kicker. Mark Boothey in defence, Josh Hand in the
midfield, Dale Spurway-Humphries in ruck, midfielder/forward Pete Smith and Jack
Gibbs were the better players in a game where Flinders Park got out to a 13 point lead
at half time, and held on by 14 points, in average conditions. The last half was an arm
wrestle, where neither side could get any fluency due to the oval conditions. Kilburn
by contrast, had much more of the ball in the first half and should have had a good
lead at half time, but only went in a goal in front. By late in the third quarter the ‘Cats’
had kicked four goals to look likely winners, before the ‘Chics’ came storming home to
lead by 7 points, with only four minutes remaining. The ‘Cats’ got out of the mire by
kicking 1.1 and they had the ball inside their forward 50, when the siren sounded for
the draw. It was a meritorious draw for Kilburn in particular, as they had no bench in
the last half, due to injuries to key players. Charlie Molyneux was best afield in the
first half, before being tagged out of the game in the second half. Big Andy Graham
played his best game in eight years in the ruck, or down back, while midfielder Alex
Brackstone played well, as did Billy Parks and defender Rick Fox, who has had a
stellar season. Gepps Cross at home are a difficult side to beat and they just have too
much talent to be sitting where they are. The ‘Rams’ will win with ease.
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Arlen Kaesler
Michael Zachat
Fraser Marshall
Alexander Douglas
David Stobbe
James Blewit
Thomas Williams
Nicholas Flood
Trent Hill
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Brad Sugars
Matthew Crettenden
Mitchell Bosley
Matthew Delmenico
Henry Spurling
Peter Bruckner
Joseph McCallum
Joshua Threadgold
Jedd Watson
Patrick Whitelum
Aled Loy
Joseph Oliveri
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Walkerville v Sacred Heart OC
THE TIP - Walkerville by 13 - 24 points
MATCH REVIEW BY - James Gratton
More than half way into the season many of the top finals positions are almost set
in stone, however for teams like Walkerville and Sacred Heart OC there is much
at stake. With Walkerville sitting 3 games below the 4th position their conclusion
to the season must be faultless to challenge for a possible finals berth. There
were great expectations this year for Walkerville and they must regain their early
season form when their players were applying a great brand of footy. For Sacred
Heart however they must attempt to challenge the heavy hitters of the division,
taking down SMOSH, Portland, and Flinders Park. With nothing to lose Sacred
Heart may be able to keep away from the dreaded relegation which they felt last
year. Although both sides are quite inconsistent, this game will be quite a battle
this coming week. Last week Walkerville drew with Kilburn in a tight game that
both teams badly needed to win. Although Walkerville were unable to snare a
win, coach Peter Scheuffele, was satisfied with the draw given the tight nature of
the game. Despite the draw there was improvement within their game in the eyes
of their coach. Best on ground for the ‘Cats’ was Jarrod Tregenza, with Arlen
Kaesler and Scott Bentley, who kicked two goals, also about the mark. Braydn
Fisher was a presence up forward bagging three goals whilst Blake Wegener
assisted with two. Last week Sacred Heart beat SMOSH West Lakes by 26
points in an upset. Best a field for Sacred Heart were Craig Tasborksi with 5
goals whilst Henry Spurling and Michael Harders also received praise for their
efforts. Thomas Moten provided strong assistance forward in kicking three goals.
Although Walkerville come into this game on the back of an improved
performance they will be challenged by Sacred Heart who, when firing, have the
capabilities to take down most sides. But the home side for me.
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Todd Gates
Timothy Smith
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Mathew Tylor
Scott Priestley
Luke Walsh
Matt Traianos
Korey Loechel
Giuseppe Muscara
Anthony Balis
Reece Knights
Scott Priestley
Ray Mildenhall
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Matt Loukes
Jordan Schmidt
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Seaton Ramblers v Scotch OC
THE TIP - Scotch OC by 1 - 12 points
MATCH REVIEW BY - Neil Rigby
It is the battle for top spot here. Seaton Ramblers are taking on the in form and
rampant Scotch OC, who are coming off a massive win last week, against Eastern
Park. This week being at Big Al’s car park, gives the locals an advantage. We also
understand Scotch OC, have a few players sitting for exams on Saturday afternoon.
Seaton last week travelled to Kingswood Oval, and on the back of Damian Hynes
kicking 7 goals, defeated Unley Mercedes Jets by 19 points. The left footed Chris
Scherwitzel across half forward kicked 3 and little Callan Annett 2, while star goal
kicker Korey Lochel was restricted to just the 1. Hynes was clearly best afield and
was supported by midfielder Daniel Polec, tall defender Alex Bland, ruckman Luke
Walsh and ever green Paul Marshall. Scotch OC had a picnic up at the “White
Picket Fence” against Eastern Park, last Saturday piling on 35-16 to win by 171
points. It was in the second half when the game blew out, with Scotch OC kicking
22 goals, and an amazing 15 goals 3 points in the last quarter. The Cahill’s were the
chief destroyers kicking 5 goals each in the last quarter. Dan finished with 12 goals
and just the 1 point while Paul ended with 9 goals 3 points. The brothers both also
took 18 marks each. Jo Bielby with 6 goals and Will Thorpe 3 were the other major
goal kickers in the classy forward line. Clearly the Cahill brothers were best afield
and the classy Jono Lagonik and Joe Beilby played well, skipper Tom Broderick was
also a stand out. It was a case of all played well, with such a dominant display. It all
comes back to whether Ray Mildenhall can find defenders, who can handle the Cahill
brothers. He might have to send Damian Hynes back to help with the height and
strength of both brothers, however that will not assist their forward line, as they come
one dimensional, looking for Korey Lochel. Luke Walsh will spend a lot of time sitting
in behind the ball. Sean Coard, Michael Fenny and Todd Gates are fantastic defenders,
but lack the height. Although at Big Al’s car park and with many players taking exams,
Scotch OC are still the clear premiership favourites. Scotch OC just won’t lose this.
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DIVISION 3
LAST WEEK’S RESULTS
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LAST WEEK’S RESULTS
AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF FITNESS
LEADING GOALKICKERS
FLIGHT CENTRE GROUP TRAVEL
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Korey Loechel
Nick Jolly
Stephen White
Seaton Ramblers
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Alex Guy
Josh Allen
Scott Sullivan
Chris Diotallevi
Jonte Bates
Kyle Clayton
Bradley Dolling
Kyle Griffin
Justin Sheedy
Matthew Leigh
Jarrod Trish
Ben Lomman
Christopher Swift
Heath Fitzpatrick
Evan Pontt
Steven Willment
Michael Newell
Richard Baker
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Louis Martin
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Grae Grant
Tyson Burrows
Adam Nunn
Tyler Brimacombe
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Kieran Nicholls
Daniel Francis
Luke Clark
Gavin Roberts
Tom Clark
Simon Howlett
Nick Jolly
Joshua Davis
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Athelstone v Payneham Norwood Union
THE TIP - Payneham N/Union by 25 - 36 points
MATCH REVIEW BY - Our division guest writer
This is a significant game for both clubs, and with the added flavour of the healthy
rivalry that continues to grow over the seasons, should see an intense contest at
Athelstone. Payneham Norwood Union, appear to be in much better form than the
‘Raggies’ with a strong win over Seaton Ramblers sandwiched between big wins over
both Old Iggies and Salisbury. The ‘Raggies’ have been going just okay with a
workmanlike win over Eastern Park, a respectable loss to Scotch OC, and an average
performance to beat Mitcham. Based on this form you would expect PNU to start very
warm favourites and sieze the opportunity to leapfrog the ‘Raggies’ and grab 3rd spot
on the ladder. Big Nick Jolly continues to have a super season and the big man is
unstoppable when in this form – he marks well, leads hard and can kick a long way,
making him probably the most difficult match up in division 3. Mick Newell will get the
job on him, and he will need assistance from captain Jarrod Trish who also enjoys the
challenge of taking Jolly on. The battle will have a big say on the result. Both
coaches have now gone with some youth in the midfield and this will be exciting to
watch with support coming from the old seasoned players who have their time in the
middle at various stages of the game. Scott Barabas continues to improve for the
‘Raggies’, as does Matt Leigh and big Evan Pontt who complete the group of 19 year
olds who support Justin Sheedy and Josh Allen. Tyson Burrows is back to lend a
hand to the ‘Falcons’ exciting group led by Jack Sampson and Arthur Agorastos. The
‘Raggies’ forward line hasn’t reached its best form for a number of weeks now and the
pressure is on for them to make better use of the inside 50’s presented by the midfield
– or Payneham N/Union, will dominate the game. I believe PNU are starting to hit some
excellent form and with their confidence growing by the week should be too strong
over four quarters on Saturday. The ‘Raggies’ will offer stern resistance early but
might struggle to maintain that pressure over 4 quarters. It should be a great match
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Shaun Rowe
James Jarvis
Chad Barmby
Stephen Norris
James Reeves
Brad Horjus
Jamie Wormald
Michael Keenihan
Andrew Redding
Ryan Paget
Jamie Wormald
Luke Horjus
Adam Atkinson
Geoff Tume
Reece Hocking
Steven Caruso
Liam Short
Mark Robb
Shane Hancock
Stuart Gilby
Adam Klever
Kieran Sankey
Scott McPherson
Josh Mann
Darren Reeves
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Angus Berry
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Alexander Jarvis
Charles Canny
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Salisbury v Pembroke OS
THE TIP - Pembroke OS by 37 - 48 points
MATCH REVIEW BY - Our division guest writer
This game is another huge one in the context of both of these teams’ seasons.
A win here for the ‘Magpies’ puts them equal on points and they could be equal
fifth by the end of the day’s play if results go the right way (for them). On the
other hand Pembroke OS, should they manage to win this match, will put a two
game gap between themselves and Salisbury and the loser of Unley and Old
Ignatians, which could make finals really difficult for these teams. Salisbury are
coming off a 93 point loss to Payneham Norwood Union and will want to show
that they are not only in division 3 to make up the numbers - but that they can
push the top teams in the competition and that starts from here. There wasn’t
much to talk about in the big loss. Jay Mansfield was the only multiple goal
kicker with 5, Chad Barmby is playing good footy in the midfield, with Aaron
McPherson and Troy Bennett all putting in solid games. Pembroke OS on the
other hand had a good 20 point victory over Old Ignatians. The ‘Kings’ just
keep going about their work and do slip under the radar of most of the other
clubs. They are a fit team and have structures in place to challenge when it
comes to finals. Tom Evans continued his good form in booting 3 goals, along
with Henry Nicholson, also with 3, and Henry Bills chipping in with 2. Joshua
Starke is finding some valuable form with another ‘Best on Ground’
performance. Fraser Pinkney, Benjamin Hill-Ling, Sam Wills and Scotty
Wightman all had solid games. The Pembroke boys won’t mind the big and
open ground at Salisbury, plus they will have too much class for the ‘Magpies’
and will get up comfortably, to secure their spot in the 5 for another week.
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OLD IGNATIANS UNLEY MERCEDES
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Henri Westell
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Old Ignatians v Unley Mercedes Jets
THE TIP - Unley Mercedes Jets by 1 - 12 points
MATCH REVIEW BY - Our division guest writer
Hunter Park is the host to what should be a huge and season defining match as
seventh placed Old Ignatians play host to sixth placed Unley Mercedes Jets. The
winner of this match will stay in the finals mix (and a likely battle with Pembroke
OS for fifth spot) whilst the loser will have to rely on other results to go their way
and a dramatic change in form for the last five games. Unley Jets battled defiantly
against a Damien Hyne led Seaton Ramblers last Saturday, going down in a tight
and entertaining game by 19 points. The "Khabbaz" family trio led by Michael
played well last week, with honourable mentions for utility Nick Petch, hard man
Ryan Wilsdon and goal sneak James Canale. Matching up on dangerous forward
Nicolas Wark has been a handful for all teams this season, and he has the ability
to tear this particular game apart. The ‘Jets’ will be hoping Aden and James
O'Sullivan can recapture some form and kick a bag between them. Old Ignatians
lost a close battle on at Haslam Oval to a resurgent Pembroke OS outfit by 20
points. After such a tight and hard-nosed game, it will be interesting to see the
mentally draining effects the loss may have on ‘Iggies’ and if they can rebound
quickly. Utility and club stalwart Joe Pedlar remains a consistent leader along with
Patrick Connelly, who is having a terrific season. Other better players from last
week included Lachlan "Lachie" Murdoch, midfielder Henry De Poi and gun
playmaker, Sam Cooke. Big forward Stephen White will need to have a big game
this week and kick plenty of goals for ‘Iggies’ to be in with a sniff. Although Old
Ignatians still have key players returning, an excellent coach in Greg Anderson,
and Division 2 experience under their belts, it will be hard to stop a classy and
consistent Unley Mercedes Jets unit from taking the points in this match.
Even though it’s a toss of the coin, Unley Mercedes, should prevail in a nail-biter.
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EASTERN PARK
Ben McGreen
Hayden Schloithe
Nathan McIvor
Maurice Freeman
Kym Sumner
Ian Williamson
Daniel McGee
Anton Railey
Aaron King
Chris Lewis
Nathan Warren
Corey Coad
Jack Fergus
Christopher Knapp
Michael Friel
Alex Clements
James O'Loughlin
Michael Hollis
Dylan Spicer
Maurice Freeman
Troy McDonald
Jaron Bourke
Peter Diedrichsen
Brady Scott
Marc Weber
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Daniel Bradshaw
Samuel Clark
Charles Schultz
Thomas Quinn
Michael Pitt
Liam Sutcliffe
Ryan Boers
Rhys Bache
Steven Wyld
Daniel Sulkowski
Matthew Elton
Daniel Hardy
Tyman Stanford
Aleks Bojanic
Eastern Park v Mitcham
THE TIP - Mitcham by 13 - 24 points
MATCH REVIEW BY - Our division guest writer
Last plays second to last in what will be the battle of “The Final Nail in the
Coffin” for season 2013 and goodbye to division three. Judging by form it will be
hard to actually predict a winner as both teams have really struggled so far this
year. Eastern Park with their home ground advantage may help their cause for
a win and play in front of their supporters. They will need a better performance
though, after coming of a 170 point loss against top side Scotch OC. There isn’t
too much to write home about for the ‘Demons’. Maurice Freeman kicked 3
goals and Matthew Paul slotted 2. In terms of the better players Alex Clements
held his head high and worked hard all day, Paul worked hard and Peter
Diedrichsen tried to impact himself on the game. For the ‘Hawks’ - they
remained competitive for the day and made Athelstone work for their win.
Mitcham ended up going down by 10 points after playing a man down for the
majority of the day after a very dubious red card was awarded early in the
second quarter. Big Geoff ‘Fridge’ Hardy since shifting forward has made a
presence for himself and kicked 3 goals along with 2 each to John Mason,
Steven Wyld and Brett Aitken. Best for Mitcham was Samuel Clark, and since
shifting back to the HBF he has been playing good footy along with Simon
Tucker, John Mason and ‘Hardy’. This is going to be game where it is very hard
to pick a winner. Judging on last week’s form Mitcham will carry a little bit more
confidence going into the game after being competitive, while Eastern Park will
want to show something after last week’s performance. In the end Mitcham will
have too much run in their legs and will just get over the line in a close game.
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• One of the Axemen was sitting in the Port Adelaide cop shop last Sunday morning, when in walked a club official
to “bail out” one of his club players. For a change it was not a Port or surrounding club either, ‘but not all that far away’.
• While on the subject of last Saturday night, we hear of some huge performances. You know that some guys have been
in good form, when Seagull MacAdam and the Full Retard are not in the top 20. 3 votes easily to A. Dickenson (Portland)
• 2 votes goes to the dynamic duo at Payneham. Nick “The Situation” Jolly and his side kick Tommy Javor, who both
kicked their 50th goal of the season each on the weekend. One in D3 and the other as the super star, and likely medal
winner in C4. We hear of them dancing nude on the tables at Payneham. Ringing everyone who is a friend or near friend,
facebook, instagram and all forms of social media in the middle of the night. The Axemen found a few pictures the next
day on instagram, which the dynamic duo thought was deleted. NO. Trust us - there were many pics we could not print.
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• The reigning champion of the Axeman’s
Tool of the Year, struck again last Sunday.
Tommy Lipson has been in great form, but
was sensational last weekend. During the off
season he brought a “tattoo gun”- seriously who would let this lunatic loose, with one of
these. Since then he has tattooed many of
his North Haven team mates when on the
juice. Last week on Sunday night, he was half
cut and fell out of a local hotel and decided
to have his mate “Aaron Wiles” put on his
leg at a local parlour. He now has tats on his
leg, chest, back, toes, feet and ‘on his penis’.
AXEMEN
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• The WOW FM radio boys had senior coach Kevin Baker on the
number 1 radio show last Saturday morning, and he broke the story
on Brodie Forbes the ‘football director at the Tea Tree Gully footy
club’. Apparently Brodie started playing netball - however, it would
seem that in the week before’s game he didn't like the umpires
decision and kicked the ground and broke his toe, also during the
game he fell over and broke his wrist, he has now retired from netball.
• Well, it had to happen sooner or later. The Axemen were talking to
a spokesperson from the Kilburn club who “ratted out” the full back
of the century. Andy Graham told everyone via every social media
network in the world that he was best player last week. The Axemen
did some enquiry. Apparently over the last 8 years, “The Big Shrek”
has only averaged 22 “Kilburn Dream Team Points” per game. This
was for an average of 4 kicks, 3 handballs, 2 marks, 2 hit outs and 3
free kicks AGAINST a game. Last week in a massive game “for him”
he got 8 kicks, 5 handballs, 5 hit outs and only gave away 1 free kick
AGAINST. That gave him 88 “Kilburn Dream Team Points” for the
game, and his “VERY BEST EVER GAME for the club in 8 years”.
• Well done to Paul Manuel and the boys at Greenacres, last week.
They were the only side in the senior divisions of the SAAFL not to
have won a game this year and they got up, for a fantastic victory.
• Great to hear from the only female president ever, from a D1 club,
when Teresa Daveron from Henley, was on the WOW FM Monday
night review. Teresa was sensational. Fantastic to hear from women
in football with great knowledge. The WOW FM show and Footy Budget
are fortunate to attract all the terrific female’s in football. There are a
great number of knowledgeable women out there. We go out of our
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Choose from an exclusive collection of contemporary, modern, art deco and heritage styles from
Classique’s premium range. In addition, Classique Built-ins have the “Essential” range featuring
cost effective storage solutions.
Classique Built-ins also support the Australian economy by using the most durable Australian
made materials and components.
With top of the range products and outstanding customer service, why not visit their
showrooms at 59-60 Bacon Street, Hindmarsh.
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Stihl Shop Payneham and Stihl Shop Enfield offer the full range of Stihl products and also sell
Lawnmowers, Ride on Mowers including the Grillo range of climbing mowers, Petrol Pressure Washers,
Chipper Shredders, Atom Edgers and have a huge range of Wolf garden tools and much more. Both stores
also have a range of pre loved machines that have been re furbished to sell second hand and we are always
happy to sell products on consignment taking the hassle out of selling items. Both stores employ Stihl trained
mechanics and all of our mechanics are trained to Stihl's highest level of training which is a GOLD trained
technician. We service what we sell and offer a FREE FIRST service on all petrol products we sell. Every
machine we sell is not sold in a box. We take the time and pre deliver each machine adding fuel and oil if
required taking the hassle out of it for you. We will also show you how to use the machine and tips on
maintaining your machines and offer service intervals to maintain your tools. We are a family owned
business and pride our selves on discussing all your needs including repair costs in the work shop.We also
have a corporate service for large businesses offering priority servicing and many discount structured levels
depending on your spend pattern. So why not give us a go and let us help. Look forward to seeing you soon
and mention you saw the add and we will always value add to your purchase.
Contact Leon at Stihl Shop Enfield, or Paul at the Stihl Shop Payneham.
Since 1999, ACT Joinery has been manufacturing custom timber windows and doors for both trade
and retail customers, and have maintained a high level of quality throughout. They are a small
Adelaide business that strives for quality over quantity and attention to detail as we only carry rough
sawn timbers, so each job begins with their staff selecting a suitable type and grade of timber for each
job. Once selected, they then machine to the correct size, assemble and sand to a suitable finish so
their customers can paint or varnish straight away. At ACT Joinery they manufacture the following:
• Timber windows - awning, casement, single or double hung and (servery bi folds available with
optional retractable flyscreen)
• Timber doors - insert panel doors (either timber or glass inserts), internal or external grade and
(bi-folds available with optional retractable flyscreen)
• Timber fly screens and timber fly doors
• Architraves, nosings & reveals
We also have an in house glazing service, offering customers the option of having there order factory
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Fencing World has been established since 1989 and is now one of the biggest suppliers of Tubular
Fencing in South Australia, boasting a product quality second to none. Their product range is
extensive. Steel or aluminium tubular, cast panels and gates. They also have steel, wood or
aluminium pickets. Weld mesh, colour bond, chain mesh and hand rails form the product range.
The tubular fencing is manufactured with galvanised steel and silicone welded to minimize
corrosion. The fencing then is powder coated. The tubular fencing meets Australian Standards for
Pool fencing. They have extensive colour range to choose from and manufacture to size so that the
panels are uniform to fit your requirements, so you end up with less wastage and most importantly,
your fencing looks appealing. Fencing World will supply only or erect any of their full product
range. Their tubular fencing is designed to make installation simple for any home handyman.
At Fencing World they have the flexibility to custom manufacture to suit your design. They also
make gates to match all our fencing styles. Fencing World also has a stock of ready to use
FENCE IN BOX Tubular Panels. A great produce for the D.I.Y. project. The panel is supplied in set
size, colours and styles. They are made from all aluminium then powder coated.
M.E. Pine Carpenters Pty. Ltd. is a family owned and operated business which has been in existence
for over 20 years. The company provides an exceptional standard of work and we are proud to stand
over the jobs we complete. While a large percentage of work is in the Commercial Industry, they take
on many Residential jobs and are pleased to talk to you about any work you may want done.
M.E. Pine Carpenters Pty. Ltd. provide a large range of services: whether you need something as
straight forward as a door hung, or you need a larger job done such as a major renovation, they can
help you. The company is founded on the ethos that our customer’s needs are our number one priority
and our entire team is dedicated to meeting those needs. They service all of metropolitan Adelaide and
their pricing is the same no matter where in Adelaide you live.
Do you want to extend/renovate your house? Do you think it is too hard?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, then give M.E. Pine Carpenters Pty. Ltd. a call and
let’s discuss your ideas! They can help transform your house into the home you would love it to be.
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Horsman Plumbing is a family business and has been operating for over 20 years. Steve holds
an advanced certificate in plumbing and are members of the PIA and Envestra accredited.
• Horsman Plumbing are the preferred trades people for Ikea.
• Horsman Plumbing service all metropolitan areas.
• Horsman Plumbing operate all types of plumbing and gas which include:
• Drain cleaning, • Hydro jetting of drains, • Back flow testing, • All general maintenance
• Specialize in grease trap installations, • Service agents for Dux hot water,
• All hot water specialists, ie: solar, heat pump, electric and gas hot water services
• Envestra accredited
• Cold water services, gas services, • Renovations, including new homes
• We are also licensed gas plumbers, • No call out fee
Horsman Plumbing have approximately 10 plumbers on staff and 2 office staff.
Horsman Plumbing run a 24 hour, 7 day business which includes after hours emergency service.
Get a better bed from Forty Winks Munno Para and Gepps Cross
Forty Winks Munno Para and Gepps Cross is a family owned and operated business;
They specialize in mattresses and bedroom furniture. People spend up to a third of their
life in bed, why not invest wisely in your new bedding purchase and allow Forty Winks
to assist you in choosing a mattress that enables you to relax and enjoy a more restful
sleep. A great mattress should relieve your pain, not add to it.
Their bedroom range offers so many different styles of furniture, If its a bedroom suite
for the main bedroom, spare room or children’s furniture, Forty Winks has it all.
The Forty Winks friendly staff and family orientated atmosphere, which makes shopping
at Forty Winks a pleasant shopping experience.
To view the Forty Winks, exclusive bedding range visit
www.fortywinks.com.au
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We do apologise. We have
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This was asked by the many,
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We have accommodated, but
please understand that these
are being taken from old
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OVER 8 PAGES
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We do apologise. We have
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pages on “Days Gone By”.
This was asked by the many,
many people in club land.
We have accommodated, but
please understand that these
are being taken from old
Budgets, that are over 40
years old and often faded.
We try to enhance the
quality, however this is not
always possible. Very sorry.
FROM THE
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SEPTEMBER 26th
1964
OVER 8 PAGES
WE LOOK
AT ALL THE
NAMES AND ALL
THE CLUBS IN
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We do apologise. We have
been asked to have more
pages on “Days Gone By”.
This was asked by the many,
many people in club land.
We have accommodated, but
please understand that these
are being taken from old
Budgets, that are over 40
years old and often faded.
We try to enhance the
quality, however this is not
always possible. Very sorry.
FROM THE
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1964
OVER 8 PAGES
WE LOOK
AT ALL THE
NAMES AND ALL
THE CLUBS IN
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Past Glory,
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We do apologise. We have
been asked to have more
pages on “Days Gone By”.
This was asked by the many,
many people in club land.
We have accommodated, but
please understand that these
are being taken from old
Budgets, that are over 40
years old and often faded.
We try to enhance the
quality, however this is not
always possible. Very sorry.
FROM THE
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1964
OVER 8 PAGES
WE LOOK
AT ALL THE
NAMES AND ALL
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Whether you are building a new home or renovating an established home,
Australian Design Kitchens is the place for your new custom built kitchen and cabinets.
Using 3D images they can design to suit your home lifestyle and budget.
Australian Design Kitchens can also organize reliable associated trades people for your
project so as to make it a stress free memorable experience. One of the benefits of using
Australian Design Kitchens to achieve your dream room comes from their practical
hands on in both design and manufacture.
With their knowledge of the local market, the latest products, and innovations they can
advise and design your kitchen knowing it is both functional and stylish - current with
these trends. Your peace of mind will also come from knowing that dealing with
Australian Design Kitchens you are getting professional, ethical and honesty helping
you achieve your dream kitchen.
The roof of your house can make up to 40% of the exterior so it makes sense to protect
your greatest assets, your family and your home, from our always changing and often
extreme weather.
Broadview Roofing, is a household name because of many years of industry leading
service, a solid track history and the most advanced materials and knowledgeable
tradespeople. In short, we've built this reputation by treating every job as our own property.
Transform your home today with a roof restoration from Broadview Roofing.
Wherever you live in South Australia - Broadview Roofing will get you on the road to
getting your professional roofer work done properly and at the right price. By giving
independent and easy-to-understand advice and then getting you a competitive,
no-obligation quote. It's easy.
Phone 0419 807 200 for a quote from Broadview Roofing. You will be pleased you did.
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Exclusive Carpentry Services, provide a wide variety of service to the builder or client
from new house, multi storey, construction: extensions, renovations, architecture design
and property maintenance. Exclusive Carpentry Services have been operating since
2007 in South Australia. Karl Johansen and his team of tradesmen work in a professional
and respected manner to achieve the maximum level of efficiency and quality workmanship.
Services Exclusive Carpentry Provide: • 1st and 2nd fix, • Eaves • Pergolas,
• Carports and verandahs, • Maintenance, • Timber decks, • Timber stairs, • Giprock
Exclusive Carpentry can also assist with organizing other trades:
• Cabinet making/wardrobes, • Electricians, • Roofing, • Plumbing, • Brick laying,
• Rendering/texture coating, • Painting
EXCLUSIVE CARPENTRY SERVICES ARE MEMBERS OF THE HIA. They pride
themselves in providing a wide range of services to the customer, whether the job is big or
small. Exclusive Carpentry pride themselves in their attention to detail. Thats a guararantee
At Old Port Roofing they incorporate all facets of iron roofing including domestic, commercial and
industrial.
Not only do they install new roofs, but they are also able to utilize the master craftsmen skills to
replicate styles and eras demanded by customers, Councils and Architects. Specialty styles, such as
Bullnose verandas etc, receive the highest levels of customer satisfaction.
Many years of experience within the team, enable an expert thought process in tracking where leaks
originate and travel from, and enable recommendations for the best course of action for repair.
Old Port Roofing continues to be completely compliant with up to date standards and regulations in
order that they may proceed on Commercial, Industrial and SA Government (DTEI) qualified sites
without hesitation. All of the team members are proficient and compliant with all licensing and training
required for all facets of building site Workplace Health and Safety.
Old Port Roofing continues to enjoy the benefits of the professional reputation it has earned.
The business is known in Adelaide as reliable and professional, achieving high quality results. With the
work ethic and workmanship instilled in all employees, Old Port Roofing is extremely confident to
continue to grow in size and success.
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Trestle Table Company specializes in the manufacture and supply of high quality hospitality furniture for
hotels, clubs, schools, reception centres, convention centres and training facilities etc.
Trestle Table Company has a wide range of standard fold away tables in rectangular and round.
You can visit www.trestabco.com.au to view our standard products brochure.
We also manufacture trolleys to house and move up to 10 tables at a time, eliminating the need for lifting.
Tables tilt on and tilt off, or roll on and roll off.
Apart from standard tables, we can also manufacture custom tables to suit your particular requirements.
Trestle Table Company and Scotts’ Custom Furniture are owned and operated by the same people with
all manufacturing done in South Australia.
Being a furniture manufacturing business, we can also supply a wide range of café tables, dining tables,
tall bars, etc, as well as a range of chairs to suit your requirements.
All of our products are made to the highest standard and are of commercial quality suitable for use in the
public domain.
If you require flexible use of space, by using fold-away furniture, or if you prefer free-standing furniture,
the Trestle Table Company can fulfill your needs
Phone 8241 2220 or visit www.trestabco.com.au for a free quotation.
Port Adelaide Garden & Landscape Supplies (PAGALS)/Thrifty-Link Hardware, are a family owned and
operated business celebrating 25 years of servicing the Western suburbs. Their commitment to you is to provide
the best landscape/garden and hardware products for all your needs. They have many long standing suppliers
such as Boral Masonry, Jeffries Garden Soils, Adelaide Brighton Cement, Origin Energy and many more.
Products available range from Soil`s, mulch`s, gravel`s and building sands to pavers, firewood, cements etc.
They offer a monthly SPECIAL on BBQ gas bottle refills as well as Quick Swap bottles, which are
always on hand.
Check out the HARDWARE section, Thrifty-Link Hardware. Everything from lawn/garden fertilizer, hand and
power tools to cutting disc`s & drill bits. Paint (interior and exterior), brush`s, rollers, sandpaper, silicone, and
more available. A large range of screws, nails, bolts and more in store now.
Remember, Nothings too hard at Thrifty-Link Hardware.
They also cater for the DIY projects with a selection of hire equipment available.
Contact Port Adelaide Garden & Landscape Supplies to organize a home or site delivery, or for other
quantities, take advantage of our FREE loan trailer service.
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Ridgeback Building, offers a complete range of construction and building maintenance
services. Whether you have a new project or refurbishing an existing property rest assured
that their staff is fully licensed and SAPOL cleared. With their vast experience and skill set
providing the highest level of professionalism, reliability and quality in all aspects of their
work. The right personnel and precise project management enables Ridgeback Building,
to deliver to their clients expectations within a timely manner.
Ridgeback Building, current sites include Office Departments, Schools, Hospitals,
Radiology Departments, Heritage Buildings, Government Buildings and SAPOL sites.
For further information please ring the office on 8363 9778.
Tutt Bryant Equipment, (formerly BT Equipment) is the leading multi franchised National Distributor
of construction equipment and cranes in Australia. Tutt Bryant Equipment, deals in the selling
and provision of equipment, parts and services through its company owned branches in Brisbane,
Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth and Darwin, plus strategically located independent dealers.
Tutt Bryant Equipment, provides a comprehensive selection of quality equipment to a wide range
of industries including construction, government sector, infrastructure and the general equipment
hire industry. Tutt Bryant Equipment, has long lasting supply relationships with key manufacturers
including Bomag, Sumitomo, Kato, Kawasaki, Mitsubishi, Mustang, Hitachi-Sumitomo and Yanmar.
The total equipment portfolio includes excavators, loaders, tool carriers, compactors, milling and
paving machines, graders and cranes.
Tutt Bryant Equipment, is committed to providing high quality equipment, service and parts to
customers further enhancing our reputation as Australia’s largest, multi franchised distributor of
heavy construction equipment and cranes.
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the footy budget - giant aussie sports quiz
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Sports Quiz
THE COACHES
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Who coached the Brisbane Lions to their inaugural premiership in 2001?
Who coached a record eight premiership-winning teams?
Who is the longest serving of the current AFL coaches, at the club they are currently coaching?
Who was the first person to coach two different clubs to the premiership?
Who was named coach of the AFL's Team of the Century?
Name the only person to coach AFL clubs in three states?
Who replaced Rodney Eade as coach of the Sydney Swans in 2002?
Who coached St Kilda for a record 16 seasons?
Who was the last person to both captain and coach a club to the premiership?
Which two AFL coaches swapped jobs for the 1996 season?
Which long-serving Hawthorn coach was nicknamed 'Kanga'?
Which two coaches have coached their clubs to seven consecutive grand finals?
Which former Hawthorn player coached the Australian side in the International Rules series against
Ireland in 1999-2000?
Name the seven men to coach more than 500 VFL/AFL games.
Which four clubs has Mick Malthouse coached?
Which Collingwood coach lost a record nine grand finals?
Which club did Tim Watson coach in 1999-2000?
Who coached the first two Australian sides in the International Rules series against Ireland, in 1984 & 1986?
Who coached St Kilda to the 1997 grand final?
Who coached Fitzroy in three separate stints between 1955 and 1980?
Who is the only person to coach Richmond to both the premiership and the wooden spoon?
Who coached Carlton to the 1972 premiership in his first year as coach?
Name the five men to coach more than one club to a VFL/AFL premiership.
Who coached Geelong to their last premiership in 1963?
Who was named Carlton's Coach of the Century in 1996?
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Leigh Matthews
Jock McHale
John Worsfold
Jock Worrall (Carlton
and Essendon)
Norm Smith
John Northey (Sydney,
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Brisbane)
Paul Roos
Allan Jeans
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John Northey and Robert
Walls (Richmond and
Brisbane)
John Northey and Robert
Walls (Richmond and
Brisbane)
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John Kennedy
Dick Reynolds (Essendon
1946-51, including the
1948 replay and Norm
Smith (Melbourne 1954-60
Dermott Brereton
Jock McHale, Allan Jeans
Tom Hafey, Kevin Sheedy,
David Parkin, Ron Barassi,
Michael Malthouse
Footscray, West Coast,
Collingwood, Carlton
Jock McHale
St Kilda
John Todd
Stan Alves
Bill Stephen
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Tony Jewell (premiership
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John Nicholls
Jack Worrall (Carlton and
Essendon), ‘Checker’
Hughes (Richmond and
Melbourne), Allan Jeans
(St Kilda and Hawthorn),
Leigh Matthews
(Collingwood and
Brisbane), Ron Barassi
(Carlton and North
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Bob Davis
David Parkin
south australian women’s football league
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN
WOMEN’S FOOTBALL
LEAGUE
“Kicks like a Girl”
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By Emma Gibson
SANFL Female
Development
Co-ordinator
PH 8440 6923
Latest round of SAWFL Women’s results
Greenacres 16.13 def Modbury 0.3 Best Greenacres: Reid, Rudd, Copeland, Williams-Gates and
Leicester. Goals Greenacres: Rudd 6, Leicester and Whiley 4, Mark and Tynan 1. Best Modbury:
Catterwell, Donnelly, Quinn, Christensen and Cornish. The League was remiss in acknowledging Mitzy
Galic - SAWFL Life Member, four time All-Australian and Premiership Player on her 250th game of Women’s
Football which she achieved in Round 8.
Morphettville Park 26.22 def Adelaide University 1.1 Best Morphettville Park: Edwards, Moritz,
Williams, Masiero, Wallace and Harris. Goals Morphettville Park: Edwards 6, Huddleston 5, Openshaw
and McCann 3, Pedlar and Williams 2, Clarke, Dawe, Goding, Masiero and Wallace 1. Best Adelaide
University: Fryer, Orr, Power, Camp, Burns and Jones. Goals Adelaide University: Burns.
West Adelaide 36.16 def Pooraka 0.0. Best West Adelaide: McDermott, Hartley, Crump, Sampson,
Clancey and Bridge. Goals West Adelaide: Clancey 18, Hartley 6, Bridge 3, Reynolds, Browne and
McDermott 2, Sampson, Oates and O’Brien 1. Best Pooraka: Konatar, Finch, O’Malley and Garcia.
Fiona Clancey kicked 18 goals to equal Alex Price of Port Adelaide’s record of the amount of goals kicked in
one game.
Central District 7.11. def Ingle Farm 3.1. Best Central District: Burrows, Taylor, Varcoe. Goals
Central District: Franklin 3, Taylor, Bandtock, Martin and Drake 1. Best Ingle Farm: Sedunary, Roy,
Anderson, Toohey and Berry. Goals Ingle Farm: Burford 2 and Sedunary 1. SAWFL Life Member,
Nancy Tidswell, celebrated 200 games in Women’s Football in this round. She celebrated it with the
Inaugural Central District Captain - Emma Gibson, who clocked up her 50th game.
Port Adelaide - Bye
2012 SAWFL Premiers - West Adelaide
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in days gone by - past glory and history
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We do apologise. We have
been asked to have more
pages on “Days Gone By”.
This was asked by the many,
many people in club land.
We have accommodated, but
please understand that these
are being taken from old
Budgets, that are over 40
years old and often faded.
We try to enhance the
quality, however this is not
always possible. Very sorry.
FROM THE
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FOOTBALL
BUDGET
SEPTEMBER 26th
1964
OVER 8 PAGES
WE LOOK
AT ALL THE
NAMES AND ALL
THE CLUBS IN
SOUTH
AUSTRALIAN
AMATEUR
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We do apologise. We have
been asked to have more
pages on “Days Gone By”.
This was asked by the many,
many people in club land.
We have accommodated, but
please understand that these
are being taken from old
Budgets, that are over 40
years old and often faded.
We try to enhance the
quality, however this is not
always possible. Very sorry.
FROM THE
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FOOTBALL
BUDGET
SEPTEMBER 26th
1964
OVER 8 PAGES
WE LOOK
AT ALL THE
NAMES AND ALL
THE CLUBS IN
SOUTH
AUSTRALIAN
AMATEUR
FOOTBALL
PGS 8-9-29-30
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Mitchell Jonas
Kim Bohutinsky
Justin Farrell
Lee Duggan
Luke Anderson
Wade Denham
Brett Shepherdson
Cameron McQueen
Jamie Dowling
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Hope Valley v Brahma Lodge
THE TIP - Brahma Lodge by 13 - 24 points
MATCH REVIEW BY - Alexander Jacobs
Every match counts, and this ‘Match of the Round’ could be season defining.
A fourth loss in a row keeps relegation fears alive for Hope Valley, while fifth
placed Brahma Lodge had a massive reality check in a big loss. It was a
disappointing result for the ‘Demons’ against top dogs Plympton, losing by 66
points after leading in the third quarter. Unfortunately injuries and no bench
rotation hurt their chances, as well as Plympton capitalising on their lack of
recognisable ruckmen. Down by three points at half time, the ‘Bulldog’ kicked
16 goals to the ‘Demons’ six in the second half. Score line aside, it was a
promising performance with both coaches positive as Hope Valley ran out of
energy in the midfield. Mathew Hellmanns kicked three goals and Kim
Bohutinsky two in an improved scoring effort. Jamie Dowling was named best,
with good support from Chris Mitchell, Brendan O’Brien and Luke Anderson.
They won’t be easy beats this week for Brahma Lodge, who will be looking for
redemption after an 83 point loss to Salisbury West. After a promising run, the
‘Tigers’ still have a lot to do, to prove they deserve to play finals. Jarrad ClarkRantasa was best for his side, showing just how important his return is for the
club, with Steven Craven, James Clark-Rantasa, Tim Aloisi and Daniel Hickey in
the best as well. Aloisi was on fire, kicking five goals, taking his season tally to
46, second best in the division, and eight goals ahead of teammate James
Clark-Rantasa, who kicked one goal. So far Brahma Lodge has fared better out
of the two promoted sides, but Hope Valley have just been unlucky on occasion.
The ‘Demons’ should have no serious injury concerns after last week, while the
‘Tigers’ may be looking to their reserves for some changes. With a full-strength
side, Hope Valley can win at home, but Brahma Lodge should edge this one out.
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SALISBURY WEST
David Wallfried
Daniel Dutch
Ryan Kelly
Mark Rowe
Jack McCafferty
Darrell McIntyre
Zenon Trigg
Dustyn Bow
Justin Davies
Jack Howden
Jason Sandercock
Steven Burns
Travis Smith
Braiden Tippett
Jason Payne
Dylan Tippett
Tom Haythorpe
David McCarthy
Kyle Silva
Jake Barltrop
Steven Wellington
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Samuel Pemble
Andrew Bottrill
Ryan Vivian
Simon Thwaites
Chris Lambos
Lucas Holman
Jarrad McDonnell
Scott Hollingworth
Luke Broadbent
James Olsen
William Michalanney
Paul Wootton
Matthew Papageorge
Daniel Sauerwald
Robert Bartosik
Shaun Roche
William Thwaites
Scott Madsen
Salisbury West v Hectorville
THE TIP - Salisbury West by 13 - 24 points
MATCH REVIEW BY - Our division guest writer
In dramatic fashion Hectorville clearly indicated “it’s not about to abandon plans for a
finals campaign” just yet. From “rags” to “riches” in a week, the ‘Hounds’ showed
tremendous character to overcome a 28 point deficit at the final break to storm
home and defeat Pooraka by one point. After a free flowing first half the ‘Bulls’
resumed play by lifting its tempo and work-rate by getting numbers behind the ball in
and around the stoppages. Hectorville wilted undersome strong tackling as their
opponent’s possession rate and clean delivery created opportunities for their halfforward line to dominate the quarter. In a match winning move coach Scott Masden
shifted dynamo Luke Broadbent from defence into the centre after losing on-baller
Will Thwaites to injury. This move gave the ‘Hounds’ midfield some much needed
grunt as they combined with their defence to fight back en-mass to overwhelm a
tiring Pooraka desperately defending their lead. Luke Broadbent (2 goals) on-baller
Joshua Ingall and ruckman Tristan Skinner played pivotal roles in the win whilst HBF
Jonathon Bennalack and Simon Thwaites were solid in defence. Salisbury West
continues to impress by consolidating its grip on the coveted double chance after
“crushing” rivals Brahma Lodge by a massive 12 goals at ‘Tiger’ Park last week. In
a fine team effort Travis Smith, Kyle Silva, Jack MaCaffrey, Zenon Trigg, and Jason
Sandercock were the team standouts. Forwards Justin Davies, Steven Wellington
and Darrell McIntyre led the goal-kickers with four apiece. This week’s clash is
critical to both teams but more so ‘Heccies’ who have to overcome inconsistencies
in work-rate and focus just to keep its season alive. Coach Masden should get a
boost with the return of second-ruck Steve Bottrell and midfielder Nick Mamerow for
this vital clash whereas coach Gary Howden’s ‘Tigers’ consistent form is hard to
fault with the ‘Downs’ Oval proving to be the “doom” for many visiting sides.
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CBCOC
POORAKA
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Damien Edwards
Bradley Batten
Ben Russell
Adam Nitschke
Luke Copley
Daniel Van Eekeren
Daniel Brynski
Anthony Paradiso
Drew Hosking
Raffaele Timpano
Peter Lovell
Jonathon Lewis
Bentley MacDonald
Wade McGahey
Ty Liston
Jarrod Gatt
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Michael Watkins
Matthew Raymond
Darren Hocking
Christian Puccini
David Floreani
Shaun Turner
Jon Floreani
Stephen Dubrich
Matthew D'Angelo
Nicholas Pilichiewicz
Justin D'Antini
Anthony Watkins
Jordan Milde
Damien Raidis
Kain Beasley
Damien Keen
Stuart Lyons
Alexander Howard
Lochlan Harrison
Jamie Norwood
Aldo Floreani
Pooraka v CBCOC
THE TIP - Pooraka by 13 - 24 points
MATCH REVIEW BY - Our division guest writer
Pooraka’s double chance aspirations received a dent after being “rolled” by a
rejuvenated Hectorville at Daly Oval last week. After an even first half, the third
term saw the ‘Bulls’ work-rate lift significantly particularly around the stoppages with
ruckman Peter Lovell and on-baller Bradley Batten playing prominent roles. Strong
tackling and a higher possession rate was rewarded with a 28 point lead at “lemon”
time. However, the shift in momentum had come at a cost for coach Leigh
Crawford, losing key defender Adam Nitschke with a knee injury along with one
other reserve with concussion. Unable to effect his rotations, Pooraka’s structures
broke down when the ‘Bulls’ went from attack to desperate defence, as poor
decisions and tired legs ultimately saw Hectorville charge home to snatch victory by
a solitary point. Pooraka’s multiple goal kickers Brady Tidswell (3), Jason Dolan (3),
Kye Vandermoer (4), Brendon Watts (3), along with HFF Nathan Romero, all
contributed on the day. Elsewhere CBCOC gave notice that impending relegation
will not hinder its potential to shape the finals. The vastly improved Dolphins took it
right up to Golden Grove more than matching their highly rated opponents, but
frustratingly fell short of the necessary four quarter effortfor victory. Their lack of
height in key positions, inconsistent starts, and lapses in concentration has become
their “Achilles Heel”. On this occasion after being three goals in arrears at quarter
time, CBCOC showed tremendous character and discipline to overcome the deficit
to lead by ten point’s midway into the final term before the ‘Kookas’ regained the
initiative to win by fifteen points. On-ballers Christian Puccini (2 goals), Matthew
D’Angelo, utility Nick Pilichiewiczalong with HFF Chris O’Reilly and FF Justin
D’Antini (5 goals) played superbly. Whilst Coach Aldo Floreani’s game plan
continues to evolve with teamwork at its core, Pooraka’s better form and home
ground make them favourites, but any complacency will cost them dearly.
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Glen Simmons
Dashiell Ravlich
Matt Sharpe
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Oliver Graham
Thomas Oliver
Matthew Stent
Nathan Brook
Brett Sparnon
Scott Peterson
Shane Scudds
Sam Scudds
Ben Williams
Nicholas Preston
Jarrad Riches
Adam Peterson
Shannon Lower
Judd Morris
Stuart Blair
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Dion Coomblas
Jack Hoskins
Matt Drewett
Rowan Hauschild
Steven Cooper
Jack Mau
Ben Bamford
Jamie Bielby
Denny Stribling
Steven Bastow
Shane Gepp
Micheal Spry
Nathan Chapman
Michael Harrison
Michael Wheaton
Ahrron Lawn
Brandon Bruin
Brenton Starke
Joseph Eisner
Brad Davidson
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Golden Grove v Greenacres
THE TIP - Golden Grove by 25 - 36 points
MATCH REVIEW BY - Our division guest writer
Greenacres travel to Harpers Field on a high following their win against Pulteney.
Greenacres have certainly improved under the guidance of new coach Paul Manual
and they will be hoping to catch the injury hit ‘Kookaburra’s’ off guard. Michael Spry
was again best for the ‘Dragons’ as they took the game to Pulteney. New recruit,
Tyson Collins, gave them a target up front, something they have been missing since
Koby Ettridge left at the end of last season. Collins kicked 4 goals and he was well
supported by youngster Jack Mau (2). Brandon Bruin was good in the back lines
and with Michael Harrison and Matt Drewett in good form the ‘Dragons’ were able to
hang in for their first win of the season. The ‘Kookaburra’s’ travelled to the East
Parklands and found it anything but an easy win. The ‘Burra’s’ got out of the blocks
early and should have put the game out of CBCOC’s reach by quarter time. Poor
decision making and indifferent skills allowed the Old Collegians, led by Christian
Puccini, back into the game. Former Central Districts Under 18, Jake Huggard, led
from the front for the ‘Burra’s’ and even with Simon Peuker kicking 7 goals they
could not shake the persistence of the CBCOC side. Some solid defensive play
from Adam Peterson and former junior Matt Forester consistently denied CBCOC
the breaks they needed to get a good lead. CBCOC hit the front with less than 7
minutes to go and the ‘Burra’s’ had to dig deep. Huggard was switched onto the ball
and this proved to be the match winning move as he gave the Grove first use of the
ball. With Sykes and Peuker looking dangerous up front the ‘Kookaburra’s’ were
able to kick a 15 point winning lead. This week’s game could be a danger one for
Golden Grove and Greenacres will be confident of an upset. However, even with a
growing injury list, Golden Grove have too much depth and will again be too strong
for the ‘Dragons’, and will win in a much closer game than the last time they met.
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William Darley
Matt Mitchell
Chris Adams
Alex Bajev
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Thomas May
Ben Satterly
Kurtis Cox
Edward Fowler
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Sam Charalambous
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Jack Hoad
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Phillip Middlin
Jeremy Kennewell
Hamish Irwin
Swayne Ackland
Jesse Colley
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Henry Moss
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Bradley Middlin
Johnny Pegoraro
Neville Skinner
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Pulteney v Plympton
THE TIP - Plympton by 13 - 24 points
MATCH REVIEW BY - Alexander Jacobs
After a disappointing loss against previously winless Greenacres, Pulteney now
has to back up against the best in Plympton, undefeated in their last eight
matches. The ‘Navy Blues’ form has been a bit up and down lately, and some
inaccurate kicking did not help this week. Going in as firm favourites, Pulteney
got off to a slow start and conceded the first four goals. They were able to draw
level but that was it; Greenacres wanted the win more and played like a side
fighting for survival. Hayden Cleveland, Jordan Kerr (three goals), Mitchell
Harvey (three goals), Benjamin Koschade and Matt Mitchell were best for the
otherwise poor team. Not a lot can be said in a disappointing loss where all
areas should be looked at to see why the hunger was not there. They were a bit
undermanned on the day, revealing some weaknesses, and will be hoping to
bounce back this week in emphatic fashion. Plympton will look to continue on
their march to premiership glory, after again pulling away from their opposition in
the second half, this time to the tune of 66 points over Hope Valley. It was again
a team effort that saw the ‘Bulldogs’ claim the points, with 11 goal kickers spread
over the field. Jesse Colley was named best, along with defender Alistair Mills,
midfielder Tim Dunkley and Cory Selfe. With full-forward, James Vanderhaark,
quietening down in front of goal lately (still kicked two goals), Giorgio Kastrappi
kicked three goals to lead the forward line. Daniel Roach, Heath Deer and Jesse
Colley kicked three goals each also. Plympton seems to fight off any challenge
thrown their way, but will have to look out against Pulteney, who handed them
their only defeat earlier in the season. With Captain Josh O’Connell to lead a
host of returning players, Pulteney will be near full strength. It’s a tough ask, they
have done it before, but Plympton should be favourites based on recent form.
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Christopher Salvati
Matthew Birrane
Daniel Delawyer
Timothy Dabrowksi
Douglas Wright
James Siemering
Nicholas Whittle
Lee Blulcher
Alex Buckley
Christian Leschke
Jordan Butler
Andrew Liverton
William Bowie
P. Diamandopoulos
Josh Blyth
Luke Gane
Aaron Crolla
Jeremy McCormick
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Steven Warrior
Robert Abdulla
Adrian Wilson
Luke Greenshields
Joseph Timpano
Daniel Paradiso
Darian Ryles
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Kenilworth v Elizabeth
THE TIP - Kenilworth by 1 - 12 points
MATCH REVIEW BY - Tim Jucius
Round 13 of the SAAFL sees a top of the table blockbuster between Kenilworth, top,
and Elizabeth, third, this Saturday afternoon at Saint Mary’s Park. The two
heavyweights of the competition have been outstanding in recent weeks making this
one a highly anticipated matchup. With just 2 points separating the pair, expect
tempers to boil, blood to burst, and exciting, fast footy like you haven’t seen all season.
Kenilworth enters this crucial game top of the table after annihilating Glenunga 185-48
last week. The magnificent performance demonstrated Kenilworth’s ability to run and
carry, while also showing their smooth transitions from defence to attack, and their
effective disposal rates. Nicholas Chesser was brilliant throughout the game, amassing
the ball with ease while producing 3 goals. His performance was perhaps only bettered
by forward Josh Blyth who tore the Glenunga defence to shreds kicking a staggering 11
goals. At 9-3 things only seem to be getting better for Kenilworth. The quality of their
football is arguably the best in the division while the spirit and determination of the
playing group is at the levels required to win premierships. Their opponents in
Elizabeth haven’t been travelling too badly themselves. In fact, at the present time,
Elizabeth may well be the second most inform side in the competition. Last week’s
hard fought 10 point victory over Adelaide Lutheran further highlighted their ability to
win, despite not playing at their best. Steven Warrior displayed fighting qualities,
battling through the entire game to ensure his sides victory. Callum Partridge and
Michael Taylor also chimed in with 5 important goals between them. This hugely
important fixture could go a long way to deciding whether Elizabeth challenges for the
minor premiership. A win and they go equal points with Kenilworth – a loss however,
would see them drop 2 games behind their rivals and perhaps see their attention turn to
maintaining their current position. Kenilworth will prevail in a thrilling contest.
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Jayms Bleeze
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Mark Frampton
Trent Rozman
Jason Zajarskas
Jack Ragghianti
Chris McLean
Brent McLean
Matthew Nelson
Lachlan Camp
Brad Keast
Daniel Pearce
Aaron Watson
Joshua Valerio
Corey Wheadon
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Ricky Hansen
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Joe Kisiel
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Fitzroy v Woodville South
THE TIP - Woodville South by 1 - 12 points
MATCH REVIEW BY - Tim Jucius
Round 13 of the SAAFL kicks off with a very important game for both Fitzroy and
Woodville South this Saturday afternoon at Fitzroy Sports Club. Although sitting
at contrasting ends of the table, recent weeks have seen both clubs produce
similar inconsistent efforts resulting in a loss of possible premiership points.
Both clubs will therefore be looking to produce a four quarter effort, which in
Woodville’s case, would cement a top 2 position or in Fitzroy’s case, would keep
finals hopes alive. Woodville South was left shattered after dropping the vitally
important points to Para Hills last week. The loss also condemned them to
second position on the table, a position they have not experienced many times
this season. Many fans left the ground in anguish extremely disappointed not to
take the maximum points. “Today we did not play great and unfortunately we
have now dropped to second!. We need to rebound and get back on track”.
Samuel Skews was easily Woodville South’s best amassing large amounts of the
ball but more importantly using it efficiently. Opponents Fitzroy moved to 5-7 after
an entertaining clash with West Croydon finished 129-111. Adam Pearce was the
best player on the ground, continuing his outstanding form in leading the club to
victory. Jason Zajarskas played a pivotal part in the victory and also kicked 6
goals. With Fitzroy’s finals ambitions hanging by a thread, victory is an absolute
must in this clash. The home ground advantage will certainly help while the
confidence gained from last week will also play its part. Woodville South needs to
win in order to keep the pressure on Kenilworth in the fight for top spot.
They also need to rediscover lost form by producing that brilliant football we know
they are capable of. The ‘Cats” will be triumphant in a relatively tight affair.
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PARA HILLS
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Jake Westover
Matthew Newman
Lynton Power
Jack O'Neill
Nick Pietrantonio
Tim Chenoweth
David Minshaw
Daniel Button
Van Me Nguyen
Tom Kerby
Todd Keogh
Phillip Mendrin
Kady Jamal
Shane Faulkner
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Troy Simper
Mark Fuller
Damien Buss
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Para Hills v Glenunga
THE TIP - Glenunga by 1 - 12 points
MATCH REVIEW BY - Our division guest writer
Para Hills this week host the Glenunga ‘Rams’ in what is a crucial game for
both teams in the lead up to finals. Currently the ‘Rams’ are in the 5 and sit
above the ‘Roos’ by a game, although Para Hills have a better percentage
which will see them jump Glenunga on the premiership table if they are to
take the points. Last week Glenunga were smashed to the tune of 137
points by top of the table Kenilworth in a game coach Kane Stewart would
want to forget. The old cliché of “one week is a long time in football” must
now come into play as it did last week. Two weeks ago the ‘Rams’ won by
66 points against third placed Elizabeth and now need to recapture some of
that winning form to play a part here. Tom Flight continued his good season
whilst Shane McGuiness was the only multiple goal scorer for the ‘Rams’.
Without a single winner on the ground on the weekend the ‘Rams’ were
given a football lesson and barely raised a yelp. They now come up against
the inform ‘Roos’ this week who will be aided by Tom Kerby, Jake Westover,
and Shane Faulkner, due to North Adelaide having the bye. They got the
job done over the top of the ladder Woodville South by 9 points. Paul Cree
and Wealth Thach both continued their good form kicking 3 goals each, and
Drew Prior was voted best a field. The ‘Roos’ have now won their last two
games and are making a serious bid to play finals when it looked earlier in
the season they could be relegated. Last time these teams met Glenunga
got the points but only just. The ‘Rams’ may just do that again, but they will
have to improve a lot from last week, however I’m confident they will though.
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ADEL LUTHERAN
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Ty Allen
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Bryce Smith
Daniel Buberis
Christopher Koenig
Caleb Hoklas
Matthew Arthurson
Finley Borgas
Jason Ridley
Todd Bennett
Mark McFarlane
Thomas Kowald
Benjamin Noll
Warren Jericho
Liam Boschen
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Ty Allen
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Michael Grech
Anthony Laurencic
Trent Kolbig
Matthew Reed
Matthew Mooney
Matthew Murnane
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Stefan Cochrane
Shaun Costigan
Alan Lipson
Kenneth Stuberfield
Gregory Dempsey
Nathan Ellis
Luke Munyard
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Adelaide Lutheran v North Haven
THE TIP - North Haven by 13 - 24 points
MATCH REVIEW BY - Kassie Dahlenburg
Adelaide Lutheran lost last week to Elizabeth by 12 points, making it 2 consecutive
losses in the past rounds. Caleb Hoklas kicked 3 goals and was followed closely
by Thomas Kowald who kicked 2. Alistair Beven, Andrew Scott, Liam Blight, Aden
Miegel and Jason Ridley all kicked 1 each in the game. Adelaide Lutheran’s best
for round 13 were Finley Borgas, Todd Bennett, Christopher Koenig, Mark
McFarlane and Lachlan Richter. This loss sees Adelaide Lutheran slip down the
ladder to ninth with only 4 wins and 8 losses this season. Adelaide Lutheran have
great stats when it comes to goals but they seem to be losing steam and doing it
this late in the season will cost them dearly. A loss this week won’t see them slip
down to tenth but it’s still not a good place for Adelaide Lutheran to be. North
Haven won by 34 points at home beating Trinity Old Scholars. They come to this
week, opposite to Adelaide Lutheran, with consecutive wins in the last 2 rounds.
Last week in their clash with Trinity OS, Leigh Forrest kicked 4 goals and he was
backed by Shay Wilkinson and Rory Duerden who kicked 3 apiece, while Jarryd
Dixey, Matthew Murnane, Daniel Britton and Jake Lynch all kicked 1 each. North
Haven’s finest were Shaun Costigan, Ryan Summerton, Luke Munyard, Andrew
Jones and Brad Vergera. Their latest win sees North Haven sitting pretty at fourth
on the ladder. The ‘Magpies’ have a strong all round team and they may be able
to climb even higher yet as they face a struggling West Croydon in the next round.
The real test for them will be in facing powerhouses Kenilworth and Woodville
South in the rounds after that. North Haven has had a few good weeks and this
one won’t be any different. Facing a struggling Adelaide Lutheran, even at home,
North Haven should win this one. They are a good side, this ‘Magpies’ outfit.
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Trinity OS v West Croydon
THE TIP - Trinity OS by 13 - 24 points
MATCH REVIEW BY - Dylan Matthews
Round 13 of the SAAFL Division 5 competition sees Trinity OS play host to bottom
placed West Croydon this Saturday afternoon. Both sides are struggling at the
current stage, both only managing a single win over the past month. Trinity OS
currently sit in 6th position and are still well and truly finals contenders, whilst the
‘Hawks’ sit rock bottom and are in real danger of being relegated. Trinity OS were
disappointing in round 12, going down to North Haven by 34 points at Largs North
Reserve. The ‘Lions’ struggled from the first bounce, only managing 3 goals to 3quarter time. The ‘Magpies’ were unforgiving, dominating the contest and running
out deserved winners. A spirited final term saw Trinity OS kick 5 goals and turn
the margin into something respectable. In a disappointing performance, best
players were: Terry Collyns, Scott Matthews and Ryan Clarke. After a great start
to 2013, the ‘Lions’ have struggled of late and need a win if they are going to push
for a top five finish. West Croydon was also disappointing over the weekend,
losing by 18 points to Fitzroy. For probably the first time this season, the ‘Hawks’
entered last weekend’s game as favourites. West Croydon was excellent early,
applying some good pressure and getting the ball forward on several occasions.
As the game went on the ‘Hawks’ lost concentration and struggled with some
basic decision making (which has been a pattern all year). A poor final quarter
saw Fitzroy overrun the ‘Hawks’ by 18 points. Best for the Hawks were: Nick
Symons, Alex Birch (4 Goals) and Luke Woodcock, who continues his consistent
season. West Croydon has shown significant improvement over the past month,
but desperately need to chalk up a wins if they are to somehow avoid relegation.
However the avoidance point may have already passed. In what should be a tight
contest I’m tipping Trinity OS to get the job done at home.
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Lockleys v Colonel Light Gardens
THE TIP - Colonel Light Gardens by 37 - 48 points
MATCH REVIEW BY - Olivia Wegener
Both Lockleys and CLG are coming off pleasing round 12 wins, with the ‘Demons’
snagging an 11 point victory in a close encounter with Mawson Lakes, while the
‘Lions’, in an opposing situation, flogged Central United by 86 points. In what was a
more than impressive performance by a solid CLG side, the ‘Lions’ had complete
control over the game from the first bounce. Arren Harvey dominated in the forward
line with a 9-goal haul, proving too much for Central United’s back men to control.
Barton Sweet was named best on ground for the ‘Lions’, providing a vital presence
in the backlines, in his best game for the club. Other standout performers for the
‘Lions’ included Chad Francis at half forward and Mark Hirst in the ruck. Mark Hirst
took some exceptional marks around the ground, and his ruck work ensured a stack
of centre clearances for the ‘Lions’. The ‘Lions’ kicked an impressive 24 goals in the
win, with Stephen Hammond and Chad Francis accountable for 6 of these, with 3
each. The win placed the ‘Lions’ in a very attractive position, second on the leader
board, and 2 games clear of third placed Westminster OS. With finals looming the
‘Lions’ will be searching for as many wins as they can in the coming weeks, in order
to maintain their position. Lockleys remain in fourth place following their triumph
over Mawson Lakes, in a game where Corey Hanna shone, named best on ground
for the ‘Demons’. Lockleys were desperate for a win after two losses in a row, and
the side delivered despite the close score line pressure. Justin Broughton and Scott
Mitchell were impressive on the day for the ‘Demons’, along with William Roberts
and Dan Voyzey. Scott Mitchell booted 4 important goals for his team, and Kieran
Flanigan joined him with 3. Last time these two teams met was at their ANZAC Day
clash, where the ‘Lions’ were victorious by 100 points. The ‘Demons’ will definitely
want to put up more of a contest this time round. This match of the round should be
a beauty, and I have a feeling the ‘Lions’ will get over the line.
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Mitchell Park v Rosewater
THE TIP - Rosewater by 25 - 36 points
MATCH REVIEW BY - Our division guest writer
The big bad bulldog (apologies to the wolf) is coming to Mitchell Park Oval this
weekend. Normally you would think a pride of ‘Lions’ would have it over a pack of
those old time ‘British Bulldogs’, but they have been barking a bit of late. Out of
their new kennel and off the leash for most of the season, in racking up 11 on the
trot, coach Brad Horsell has to maintain the pressure on his charges to keep them
focussed on the game in hand. He wouldn’t want them getting ahead of
themselves and take this game lightly. Mitchell Park offered a lot pre-season but
have fallen by the wayside as the season progresses. They have been competitive
but have not been able to string together a consistent winning combination. Their
last two outings have resulted in a fairly large loss to Blackfriars OS and in their
prior game they came out good winners over Westminster OS. Between these
sides in their first encounter, back in round 4, the ‘Bulldogs’ doubled the ‘Lions’
score in what had been a first half tight tussle. This game is most likely to follow
the same pattern. The ‘Bulldogs’ caught Adelaide University with examinations
and pounded them. Adam Cross generated out of the centre and Doc Reardon
was full of run. The coach at full forward kicked nine and over-all they were far too
good for a depleted University. Mitchell Park went down to a running Blackfriars
OS. Luke Poerio, in his first game for the club in division 6, was amongst the
stats, as was Steve Tonkin (another first division 6 gamer) and Shaun Lindholm.
Michael Mazey gathered a further 4 goals for the season (now to 26) with Charlie
Georges chipping in with 2. Mazey is about the place each week and for the
‘Lions’ to have any chance they must get it to him with a fair bit more frequency,
something coach Mark Harrison will be drilling the team to do. However at 5:00pm
or so the ‘Bulldog’ bark will be blocking out the ‘Lion’ roar!
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Jarrad Fitzgerald
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Adelaide University v Mawson Lakes
THE TIP - Mawson Lakes by 13 - 24 points
MATCH REVIEW BY - Elizabeth Rowlands
This round 13 clash sees Adelaide University hosting Mawson Lakes at University
Oval. With the bottom four teams on the ladder each having three wins for the
season, the winner this week could make the break from the pack and begin the
comeback for a top four position. Round 12 will be a week which the ‘Blacks’
would like to forget. There was little positive which came from the 151 point loss
to Rosewater. The ‘Blacks’ only managed to produce 4 goals for the game
compared to Rosewater’s 27. Rosewater was the better team in all aspects of
the game, they managed 37 more scoring shots than the ‘Blacks’ and overall they
were hungrier for the win. Joshua Stewart, Nick Williamson, Rhys Zippel and
Jared Cmrlec were the only goal kickers for the game, each with a single.
University will need to forget last week and focus on playing the football they
have played earlier in the season. Despite being last on the ladder, the ‘Blacks’
have had wins over inform teams such as Mitchell Park, Lockleys and Blackfriars
OS. For a win this week, the ‘Blacks’ will need to bring back defensive pressure
on the ‘Lakes’ to produce limited attacks on goal and capitalise on all their
opportunities. Mawson Lakes let their premiership hopes slip further away with
an 11 point loss last week to Lockleys. It was a good, tough encounter from the
two sides which was reflected on the scoreboard. Despite the loss, Lachlan
Kennett provided a positive for the ‘Saints’ with a season high of four goals to his
name. Chad Parish and Travis Uern also contributed to the scoreboard with 3
goals each. This is a must win game for the ‘Saints’ if they want to keep their
finals hope alive. After disappointing losses last week, both teams will be hungry
for the win, but I tip Mawson Lakes to bring this one home.
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Westminister OS v Blackfriars OS
THE TIP - Blackfriars OS by 13 - 24 points
MATCH REVIEW BY - Our division guest writer
This should be a beauty of a match. Two old scholar sides both sit in the top
half of the ladder and both looking to enhance their prospects of finals
participation with a win in this encounter. The match will be at Glandore Oval
which may not give an advantage to either side, even with the ground being
Westminster OS’s home turf. Last round Westminster had the bye. Blackfriars
OS easily accounted for Mitchell Park by some 8 goals, which followed their
close win over the more fancied Lockleys. Westminster had a big win over
bottom placed University. The area of the ladder in which these sides find
themselves is ultra competitive. However, all the teams in division 6, with a
good run home in the second half, can still make the finals. The real battle will
be at the other end of the table. Which team will succumb to relegation? Wins
now are premiership points that will ensure residency in division 6 with the
prospect of moving above in coming seasons. This “ladder pressure” will ensure
this is a top game. Last week Tom Guerin was amongst the goals with 6 and
was among their best. Mark Demasi slipped through 4, and with a couple more
with multiples and several with singles coach Lee Swiderski would be pleased
with last week’s effort. Luke Bortolotti was best with support from Brad Hillman
and Guerin. They will need to have the whole team firing as Westminster OS
will want to take out a win on their home turf. Two rounds ago, Westminster OS,
in their very big win over University, had many goal scorers and their best
included Josh Pearce, who’s been in the best a couple of times in the few
matches he has played in, the reliable Mark Rusby, with another notable
performance by “regular in the best” in Tom Easton. A winner is hard to pick as
both sides are evenly matched. Blackfiars OS by a coule of kicks!
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Sacred Heart OC v Flinders University
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Flinders Park v Houghton Districts
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Henley v Broadview
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The “Match of the Round” this week is between two of the form sides in Angle Vale and Inge Farm. Both
teams have been stand-outs since the start of the season. Last week Angle Vale took on the in-form Smithfield,
and won a nail biter by 3 points. Angle Vale took advantage of their last quarter luck (poor kicking from the
Panthers) to win a great game. Ingle Farm by contrast, led Henley to the slaughter, and won by a massive
145 points. The game was over at quarter time, as the Farmers kicked 9 goals to 2. Angle Vale Goal Kickers:
S. O’Donoghue 4, A. Mathews 2, G. Stone 2, T. Agius, A. Thompson, S. Burgess, J. Gray Best Players:
J. Lightfoot, S. Creek, A. Smith, J. Goodfellow, J. Sumner. For Ingle Farm Goal Kickers: P. Wright 4, N. Stacey
3, A. Pligl 3, Z. Hancock 3, D. Manning 3, B. Cavell 2, N. Lynch 2, B. Wills, D. Bryant, S. Naylor, G. Hawksworth
Best Players: N. Lynch, D. Manning, S. Naylor, D. Bryant, S. Gannell. Angle Vale will try valiantly to claim the
scalp of the best side in the competition, but are just not good enough to beat the boys from the Pleasure Dome.
Sacred Heart OC take on Flinders University. Sacred Heart travelled to Raider Park last Saturday and were
never in the contest after quarter time and went down by 45 points. Flinders University were back home again
and looked much better on their home ground, as they beat the improving Redbacks by 47 points. Sacred
Heart OC Goal Kickers: B. Clarke 4, A. Glenn 2, W. Kearvell 2, S. Kellock 2, T. Hammond, S. Spencer,
M. Kocman, R. Prakash Best Players: T. Hammond, B. Clarke, J. Teakle, W. Kearvell, M. Gillard. For
Flinders University Goal Kickers: D. Chesson 6, K. Tyron 3, B. Warne 2, M. Francis 2, P. Doak 2, B. Kirsopp,
D. Brown, T. Dolling, J. Francis Best Players: D. Brown, B. Warne, D. Chesson, T. Winton, K. Tyron. This is
a make or break game for both sides. Whoever wins this contest will most likely play finals, and if the loser is
the Crabs, they virtually will have no chance. The Hearts should win a great game of football.
Flinders Park take on Houghton Districts this week, in a game that Houghton Districts will not want to take
lightly, as the Reds, only a fortnight ago easily defeated the premiership favourites in Ingle Farm. Last week
the Reds returned to form, after losing to lowly Henley after the big win. Flinders Park easily defeated
Broadview by a massive 122 points. Houghton Districts did well after quarter time, and easily defeated the
Crabs, at Raider Park. The Raiders kicked away in the second quarter and were never troubled after that, as
they won by 45 points. Flinders Park Goal Kickers: T. Long 7, A. Hobbs 6, D. Ford 2, A. Del Medico, W. Lee,
K. Mozelle Best Players: R. Size, T. Mowbray, A. Hobbs, J. Denebola, B. Christie Houghton Districts Goal
Kickers: K. Ruiz 6, D. Ruiz 6, T. Birch 3, M. Balloter 3, D. Goerke, P. Reeves, S. Bird Best Players:
S. San, C. Schulze, D. Powell, T. Birch, D. Ketch. Houghton will win and maintain second position.
Henley take on Broadwiew, in a game that will give one side a win. Last week the Sharks were hammered by
Ingle Farm and Broadview by Flinders Park. Henley Goal Kickers: T. Wiseman, T. Cavenett, S. Hardy Best
Players: D. De Souza-Priest, T. Rosewall, M. Ehrlich, E. Bennetts, S. Hardy. For Broadview Goal Kickers:
S. Ridgway Best Players: S. McMahon, S. Forbes, D. Rehn, M. Nicholas, A. MacKinnon. Henley are
travelling a bit better than Broadview at the moment, and at Shark Park, will win with ease.
North Pines host Smithfield. Last week the Redbacks looked much improved from earlier in the season and
whilst beaten by the Crabs, they played better. Smithfield should have won, having kicked 1.8 in the final
quarter against Angle Vale and will be furious with themselves for letting a win slip. North Pines Goal Kickers:
E. Lindsay 4, R. Wanganeen 3, D. Campbell, T. MacKereth, D. Henry, J. Karpany, A. Edmead, K. Schmidt
Best Players: E. Lindsay, R. Wanganeen, S. Wanganeen, S. Leap, K. Schmidt. For Smithfield Goal Kickers:
S. Webber 3, R. Nisbet 2, J. Lane 2, S. Hanuman, J. Schwirse, D. Child Best Players: M. Lane, D. Cook,
S. Webber, S. Hanuman, S. Blockley. Smithfield will get back on their winning ways, and win comfortably.
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Pembroke OS
53
31
24
24
LAST WEEK’S RESULTS
AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF FITNESS
LEADING GOALKICKERS
Andrew Curyer
Jake Paterson
Mario Caroscio
Jason Morris
DIVISION C4
PREMIERSHIP TABLE
Fitzroy
Kenilworth
Seaton Ramblers
Seaton Ramblers
58
29
26
25
LAST WEEK’S RESULTS
AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF FITNESS
LEADING GOALKICKERS
Thomas Krieg
Tommy Javor
Zach Hancock
Jamie Battams
Trinity OS
Payneham NU
Ingle Farm
Payneham NU
68
52
38
33
grassroots under 18’s and the afl
U18 RED
LAST WEEK’S RESULTS
U18 YELLOW
LAST WEEK’S RESULTS
AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF FITNESS
FLIGHT CENTRE GROUP TRAVEL
LEADING GOALKICKERS
Dylan Schoenmakers
Jaydn Goodfellow
Jordan Persinos
Tea Tree Gully
Eastern Park
Hope Valley
U18 RED - PREMIERSHIP TABLE
55
PROUD
MAJOR
SPONSORS
OF THE
2013
FOOTY
BUDGET
LEADING GOALKICKERS
40
33
30
Anderson Clarke
Thomas Clarke
Benjamin Allevi
SMOSH West Lakes
Port District
Goodwood Saints
29
21
20
U18 YELLOW - PREMIERSHIP TABLE
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