Darel Hart

A dual North Adelaide premiership player, Hart played a total of 236 SANFL matches for the Roosters and Central District between 1980 and 1994.
A two-time best-and-fairest winner at North, Hart claimed the Jack Oatey Medal after being judged best afield in the 1991 SANFL Grand Final.
After hanging up the boots, Hart turned his attention to coaching where he guided North’s league team 1993-95 and 2002-03 and was Malcolm Blight’s assistant during Adelaide’s 1997-98 AFL premierships.

Inducted :2014
Darel Hart
Era : 1991 –

PLAYING RECORD:
• 47 games and 45 goals for Central District 1980 – 1983
• 189 games and 326 goals for North Adelaide 1984 – 1994
• 39 games and 39 goals for Adelaide Football Club 1991 – 1992
• Captain of North Adelaide 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990
• Australian Gaelic team (Ireland tour 1987)

PREMIERSHIPS:
• Member of the North Adelaide premiership teams 1987 and 1991

MATCHES FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA:
• 3 games for South Australia

ACHIEVEMENTS:
• Best and Fairest winner North Adelaide 1986, 1987
• Jack Oatey medal winner 1991

COACHING RECORD:
• Coached North Adelaide 1993 – 1995, 2002 – 2003
• Assistant Coach Adelaide Football Club 1996 – 2000
• Assistant Coach of the South Australian State League Team 2003
• Coach of the South Australian State League Team 2004 – 2009
• Player development /observer Coach of the Adelaide Football Club 2004 – ongoing
• Coach of the South Australian State Under 16 team 2010 – ongoing

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