Click here for a full wrap of the SANFL Macca’s League in the Round 3 SANFL Footy Fix. Get up to date on all the latest injuries, tribunal hearings and weekly nominations ahead of Round 4 this weekend.
For a full list of SANFL Macca’s League injuries, click here.
SANFL INCIDENT REVIEW PANEL
There were no incidents in Round 3 of the Macca’s League.
KEN FARMER MEDAL
For the final list of SANFL Macca’s League leading goalkickers, click here.
POWERADE BREAKTHROUGH PLAYER
Josh Koster (Glenelg) – Collected 15 disposals and kicked 1.2 in Glenelg’s win against Norwood.
Conor Noonan (West) – On debut for the Bloods, Noonan registered 15 possessions in his team’s win against Central.
Tom Schott (Glenelg) – In just his sixth game of Macca’s League, Schott racked up 34 disposals and booted two goals in the Bays’ victory against the Redlegs.
TORRENS UNI U18 CUP NOMINEE
This week’s Torrens Uni Cup MVP is South’s Luke Bogle. From the Blackwood Football Club, Bogle racked up 42 disposals, 12 clearances, and eight tackles in the Panthers’ win against the Eagles.
There was one Bank SA Rookie in Round 3 of the Macca’s League.
Conor Noonan (West Adelaide) – Plympton FC
MILESTONES – ROUND 4
No milestones for Round 4 of the Macca’s League.
ZAC’S ONE TO WATCH
Tom Schott (Glenelg)
If ever there is a good story of persistence, this is it.
Originally from the remote SA outback town of Andamooka, Tom Schott made his Macca’s League debut with West Adelaide in 2013 and only managed three League games with the Bloods until moving to Glenelg at the start of last year.
After failing to break into the Tigers’ League team in 2017, Schott has played all three of the Bays’ matches under new coach Mark Stone, culminating in his breakthrough match on Saturday night. Against the Redlegs, the 23-year-old collected 34 disposals and two goals in his team’s win at Gliderol Stadium to suggest he has a bright future at the level.
CHIEF SANFL WRITER