Pocket Profile

South Women’s Pocket Profile

South's most experienced Women's player, Jaslynne Smith, will be another vital cog for the Panthers in 2022.

SANFL’s ZAC MILBANK breaks down all you need to know about the Panthers heading into the 2022 SANFL Women’s League season.

2021 Snapshot

Finished – 4th

Record – 5 wins, 5 losses, 1 draw (minor round)

Best & Fairest – Nicole Campbell

Runner-Up Best & Fairest – Jaslynne Smith

Leading Goalkicker – Jorja Hooper

The Advertiser SANFLW Team of the Year – Gypsy Schirmer (Wing), Nicole Campbell (Interchange)

2021 South Women’s Club Champion – Nicole Campbell. Picture – Nick Hook

Player Movement

Jodie Hunt (Willunga), Jess Waterhouse (Happy Valley), Shae Archbald (Willunga)



Lauren Buchanan (retired), Elise Haylock (retired), Jordann Hickey (Woodville-West Torrens), Madison Bennett (Glenelg), Czenya Cavouras (maternity leave), Jaimi Griffen (maternity leave), Renee Moon (maternity leave), Sally Fuller (maternity leave)

South premiership captain Lauren Buchanan has retired for the second occasion.

2022 SANFLW Fixture

Round 1
Saturday February 5
Central v South at X Convenience Oval – 12.50pm

Round 2
Saturday February 12
South v North at Flinders University Stadium – 6pm

Round 3
Sunday February 20
South v Glenelg at Flinders University Stadium – 6pm

Round 4
Saturday February 26
South v Norwood at Flinders University Stadium – 6pm

Round 5
Saturday March 5
West v South at Hisense Stadium – 12.50pm

Round 6
Saturday March 19
South v Eagles at Flinders University Stadium – 4pm

Round 7
Saturday March 26
South v Sturt at Flinders University Stadium – 6pm

Rounds 8-12 TBC


Star Signing - Jodie Hunt

Persistence has paid off for the Panthers in finally landing the signature of talented local player Jodie Hunt. The Willunga premiership star has been courted by South for several years and is now ready to make her mark in SANFLW. A member of the GSFLW Team of the Year and Representative team, Hunt is a mature prospect set to have an instant impact.

One to Watch in season 2022 – Jess Waterhouse

One to Watch - Jess Waterhouse

Having previously played in the SANFLW with Glenelg, Waterhouse returns with South Adelaide after emerging as a standout forward with Southern Football League club Happy Valley. The niece of former Fremantle Docker Clive Waterhouse is a ready-made recruit who should help fill the void in attack left by injured sharpshooter Jorja Hooper.

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