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BLOODS IN BID FOR NEW COACH

West Adelaide is closing in on a new senior coach, with the Bloods expected to make an appointment by the middle of October. With applications now closed, West chief executive David Grenvold said he was pleased with the field of contenders which includes those with AFL and SANFL experience both locally and interstat... [MORE]

SOUTH AUSSIES ON THE BIG STAGE

South Australian draft hopefuls Harrison Petty and Jordan Houlahan will put themselves to the test in the annual Under-18 All-Stars match at the MCG on Saturday. Set to be joined by fellow Croweaters Alex Martini and Charlie Ballard, the pair will play in the curtain-raiser for the AFL Grand Final from 9.30am SA tim... [MORE]

2017 BANK SA ROOKIES EARN $26,000 FOR LOCAL CLUBS

SANFL clubs continue to strengthen their local ties, with as many as 52 players earning $26,000 for Community Football Clubs under the BankSA Rookie program. Surpassing the total of 46 players who made their debut last year, the class of 2017 each earned $500 for their original Community Football Club as well as a f... [MORE]

SINOR WINS 2017 POWERADE BREAKTHROUGH PLAYER AWARD

Woodville-West Torrens defender Joseph Sinor says coach Michael Godden played a significant role in him winning the 2017 Powerade Breakthrough Player Award. Earning a $2000 cash prize and a trophy courtesy of SANFL Premier Partner Coca-Cola, Sinor epitomised the new name of the Award after averaging 24 disposals hav... [MORE]

2017 STATEWIDE SUPER MARK AND GOAL OF THE YEAR WINNER

North Adelaide's Lewis Hender and Norwood's Anthony Wilson have been crowned as winners of the 2017 Statewide Super Mark and Goal of the Year. Both eye-catching players took home a prize of $500 courtesy of Statewide Super, with Wilson's dashing run through the middle of The Parade in Round 9 earning him Goal of the... [MORE]

RANKINE WINS 2017 MACCA’S DASH FOR CASH

West Adelaide teenager Izak Rankine has displayed his athletic traits once again, this time streaking to victory in the 2017 Macca's Dash for Cash at the Adelaide Oval. Despite playing in the SANFL Under-18 Academy match earlier on Macca's League Grand Final day, Rankine showed no sign of being slowed up after edgin... [MORE]

STURT WIN GRAND FINAL IN THRILLING FINISH

Sturt has clung on by the barest of margins to win a classic Macca's League Grand Final by just one point against Port Adelaide at the Adelaide Oval on Sunday. In front of the largest SANFL Grand Final crowd - 39,813 - since Port trumped the Double Blues in 1998, Marty Mattner's brave charges managed to hold off a f... [MORE]

FRASER EVANS WINS 2017 JACK OATEY MEDAL

Sturt defender Fraser Evans has become the second backman in as many years to be awarded the Jack Oatey Medal as best afield in the Macca's League Grand Final. Just 12 months after his team-mate Jack Stephens took home the prize in the 2016 title-decider, Evans polled the most votes for his stunning performance in t... [MORE]

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