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Round 2 SANFL Footy Fix

Picture – Sue McKay

By ZAC MILBANK


Welcome to the Round 2 SANFL Footy Fix, find out all of the latest from the Statewide Super League, Torrens University Cup and Round 7 of the Statewide Super Women’s League.

 

 

MATCH REVIEW PANEL

Port Adelaide ruckman Billy Frampton has accepted a two-match ban with an early guilty plea for striking South Adelaide’s Joel Cross at Alberton Oval on Saturday.

Billy Frampton (Port) – Striking

Conduct: Intentional

Impact: Medium

Contact: High

Base Sanction: 3 Matches

Early Guilty Plea: 2 Matches (Accepted)

 

West Adelaide recruit Dallas Willsmore has accepted a one-match ban with an early guilty plea for striking North Adelaide midfielder Aidan Tropiano at Prospect Oval on Saturday.

Dallas Willsmore (West) – Striking

Conduct: Intentional

Impact: Low

Contact: High

Base Sanction: 2 Matches

Early Guilty Plea: 1 Match (Accepted)

 

North Adelaide captain Max Thring has accepted a $200 fine and reprimand with an early guilty plea for engaging in rough conduct with West Adelaide’s John Noble at Prospect Oval on Saturday.

Max Thring (North) – Rough Conduct

Conduct: Careless

Impact: Low

Contact: Groin

Base Sanction: 1 Match

Early Guilty Plea: $200 fine and reprimand (Accepted)

 

South Adelaide veteran Joel Cross has accepted a $200 fine and reprimand with an early guilty plea for striking Port Adelaide’s Jack Trengove at Alberton Oval on Saturday.

Joel Cross (South) – Striking

Conduct: Intentional

Impact: Low

Contact: Body

Base Sanction: 1 Match

Early Guilty Plea: $200 fine and reprimand (Accepted)

 

ROUND 2 POWERADE BREAKTHROUGH PLAYER NOMINEES

Will Gould (Glenelg) – In just his second game of League football, the 18-year-old Tigers defender collected 19 disposals, 13 of which were contested. Using the ball at an impressive 84% efficiency rate, Gould also had five rebound 50s in his team’s win against Adelaide.

Hayden Sampson (South) – The clever forward was at his elusive best in his team’s win against Port, often finding space and applying pressure inside attacking 50m. The son of former South captain Clay Sampson, Hayden finished with 18 disposals and six inside 50s.

James Schwarz (North) – In his Statewide Super League debut, Schwarz racked up 19 disposals, three marks, two clearances and four inside 50s. The 23-year-old is the younger brother of Roosters premiership midfielder Tom Schwarz.

The Round 2 Powerade Breakthrough Player will be announced during Channel 7’s telecast of the Glenelg v South Adelaide clash from 1pm on Saturday.

 

ROUND 7 SANFL WOMEN’S POWERADE BREAKTHROUGH PLAYER

The Round 7 SANFL Women’s Powerade Breakthrough Player is Eagles forward Kiana Lee. Originally from the Rosewater Football Club, Lee registered a team high 13 disposals, three marks, three tackles and two goals against Sturt on Saturday.

 

ROUND 2 TORRENS UNI CUP MVP NOMINEE

This week’s Torrens Uni MVP nominee is North Adelaide’s Harrison Magor. Originally from Port Pirie, Magor tallied 33 disposals, seven marks and six clearances in the Roosters’ win against the Bloods.

 

 

ROUND 2 RAA ROOKIES

There were 3 RAA Rookies in Round 2 of the Statewide Super League.

James Schwarz (North Adelaide) Flinders Park FC
Dylan Stephens (Norwood) Walkerville FC
Kysaiah Pickett (Eagles) Port District FC

DIGITAL PASS PLAYER OF THE YEAR

ROUND 2

Glenelg v Adelaide – Votes by Alli Evans
3) Liam McBean (Glenelg)
2) Aaron Joseph (Glenelg)
1) Brad Agnew (Glenelg)

North v West – Votes by Bernie Mahoney
3) Max Thring (North)
2) John Noble (West)
1) Aidan Tropiano (North)

Port v South – Votes by Zac Milbank
3) Jack Trengove (Port)
2) Tom Whittlesea (South)
1) Joel Cross (South)

Central v Norwood – Votes by John Nankivell
3) Lewis Johnston (Norwood)
2) Dom Barry (Norwood)
1) Jarrod Schiller (Central)

LEADERBOARD
6 – Jack Trengove (Port), Lewis Johnston (Norwood).
4 – Joel Cross (South)
3 – Liam McBean (Glenelg), Myles Poholke (Adelaide), Max Thring (North), Jack Hayes (Eagles)