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WOMEN’S FOOTBALL SPREADS ACROSS REGIONAL SA

The growing popularity of Women's football is having a significant impact across regional South Australia following the successful launch of two new competitions in 2017. And such is the bright start to the Barossa Light Gawler Women's League and the South East Women's Football League, plans are already afoot for se... [MORE]

MATT A MAGPIE AGAIN

Incoming Port Adelaide SANFL coach Matt Lokan says he's hopeful Magpies captain Steven Summerton will play on in 2018. Former Glenelg mentor Lokan, who was appointed at Alberton on Monday, revealed that he spoke with the loyal Port skipper that night to get a feel for his intentions next year. Speaking on SANFL R... [MORE]

TORRENS UNIVERSITY DRAFT TARGETS

Welcome to the 2017 Torrens University Draft Hub, where you will find all of the profiles for South Australia’s players in the lead up to the AFL National Draft.... [MORE]

MOTLOP NAME RETURNS TO GLENELG

Glenelg has secured the signature of Marlon Motlop, reigniting the Motlop surname for a second generation at Brighton Road. The 2015 Barrie Robran Medal winner has decided to switch SANFL clubs, leaving North Adelaide to join his uncle Mark Motlop as a senior player of the Tigers. Mark Motlop played 43 games and ... [MORE]

COMING GOING 2018

SANFL’S ZAC MILBANK has compiled a list of key personnel changes in preparation for the 2018 Macca's League season. Make sure you check back throughout summer as the list is updated. ADELAIDE Coming Going Scott Thompson (retired), Harrison Wigg (Gold Coast), Troy Menzel (delisted), Dean Gore (delisted), Jonatha... [MORE]

LOKAN LEAVES THE BAY

Glenelg has begun the search for a new senior coach after the sudden departure of Matt Lokan to Port Adelaide. Lokan, who has been at the Tigers' helm since the start of 2015, has accepted a development coaching position at Alberton which involves coaching the Magpies in the SANFL. Originally serving as the Bays'... [MORE]

2017 SANFL KEY VOLUNTEERS AWARDS

 SANFL has celebrated the tireless efforts of volunteers in football across the state at its annual Key Volunteers Dinner at the Adelaide Oval on Friday night. Headed by SANFL Statewide Super Volunteer of the Year Craig Tunkin and AFL Merit Award recipient Michael Cermak, more than 60 volunteers from metropolitan a... [MORE]

MAGPIES LAND IN EAGLES NEST

Woodville-West Torrens has scored a recruiting coup, with three Port Adelaide players crossing Port Road for the 2018 Macca's League season. Strong-bodied midfielder Louis Sharrad, clever goalsneak Tom Gray and consistent defender Nathan Rudloff will all play varying roles for Eagles coach Michael Godden next season... [MORE]

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