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South Adelaide Names Full name South Adelaide Football Club Nickname(s) The Panthers 2009 season Leading goalkicker Benjamin Warren (47) Best and fairest Mitchell Sandery Club details Founded 1876 Colours      Navy and      White Competition South Australian National Football League Coach Ron Fuller Captain(s) Vacant Ground(s) Alan Hickinbotham Oval (Capacity: 12,000) Other information Official website www.safc.com.au Guernsey: South Adelaide Football Club competes in the South Australian National Football League (SANFL). Known as the Panthers, their home ground is Alan Hickinbotham Oval[1] (formerly Noarlunga Oval), located in Noarlunga Downs in the southern suburbs of Adelaide. Contents 1 History 2 Club records 3 Individual honours 3.1 Magarey Medallists 3.2 All-Australians 3.3 League top goalkickers 3.4 'Greatest Team' 3.5 Honour board 1945–2008 3.6 Notable players 4 See also 5 References 6 External links History The South Adelaide Football Club is the second oldest football club in South Australia, and has held its colours longer than any other football club in South Australia. Prior to its formation in 1875, in the 1860s it was part of a club called the Adelaide Football club. South played their first game in June 1876 and wore blue caps and long white trousers. South Adelaide was the first team to win a Premiership in the (then) newly formed South Australian Football Association in 1877, and between 1892 and 1900 it won six premierships and was runner-up three times.[2] The Club last won the SANFL Premiership in 1964. South Adelaide's clubrooms were based at Panther Park at St Marys until 1995 when the club moved further into the Southern Suburbs of Adelaide to the new ground Hickinbotham Oval. Prior to 1995 the Panthers played their home games at the Adelaide Oval. Club records Premierships: 11   1877, 1885, 1892–1893, 1895–1896, 1898–1899, 1935, 1938, 1964 Grand Finals played: 18   1877, 1885, 1892–1896 (5), 1898–1900 (3), 1902–1903, 1935, 1937–1938, 1940, 1964, 1979 Wooden spoons: 26   1909–1911, 1926–1929, 1932, 1934, 1945, 1947–1948, 1950–1951, 1953, 1955, 1957, 1959, 1962–1963, 1969–1970, 1987–1988, 1997, 2009-2010 Most years as coach: 8   Haydn Bunton, 1975–1982 Most years as captain: 11   Jack Reedman, 1888–1898 Most games played: 337   Stuart Palmer[3], 1969–1985 (17 seasons) Highest Score: 39.16 (250) vs. Woodville 19.14 (128) at Football Park on 30 June 1984 Lowest Score since 1919: 1.4 (10) vs. Sturt at Unley Oval on 1 September 1973 Record Home Attendance: Adelaide Oval – 30,618 vs. Port Adelaide on 26 April 1965 Noarlunga Oval – 10,123 vs. Glenelg on 7 May 1995 Record Finals Attendance: 56,353 for the 1964 grand final at Adelaide Oval Individual honours Magarey Medallists Main article: List of Magarey Medallists Frank Barry (1915) Dan Moriarty (1919, 1920, 1921) Jack Cockburn (1935) Jim Deane (1953, 1957 – awarded retrospectively) Mark Naley (1991) Andrew Osborn (1998) All-Australians Peter Darley 1969 Mark Naley 1986 League top goalkickers Year Goals Player 1882 14   R. Wardrop[4] 1885 19   H. Hill[5] 1887 25   Alf Bushby[6] 1896 25   Jack Kay[7] 1898 35   Jack Kay[7] 1902 28   Jack Kay[7] 1935 115   Chris Munro[8] 1945 54   S. Scott[9] 1995 95   Danny Del-Re 'Greatest Team' The South Adelaide Team of the Century is officially called the 'Greatest Team'.[10] Greatest Team B: Jack Reedman (captain) Bill Oliver[11] George Mulcahy[12] HB: Bob Schmidt[13] Dan Moriarty Jack Cockburn C: Laurie Cahill Jim Deane Mark Coombe[14] HF: Max Murdy[15] Don Pryor[16] Alf 'Bulla' Ryan F: Mark Naley Chris Munro[8] Jack Dawes[17] Foll: Peter Darley Jack Tredrea[18] Frank Tully[19] Int: Lindsay Backman[20] Ray Linke[21] Len Lapthorne[22] Coach: – Honour board 1945–2008 Year Pos Coach Captain Best & Fairest Top Goalkicker Goals 1945 8 L Ashby C Ames M Doherty S Scott 64 1946 7 M Murdy J Templeton K Brown L Lapthorne 29 1947 8 L Cahill D Pryor A Hickinbotham D Pryor 51 1948 8 L Cahill D Pryor J Deane L Lapthorne 23 1949 7 J Dawes L Lapthorne J Deane M Merchant 35 1950 8 J Dawes L Lapthorne R Linke L Lapthorne 27 1951 8 J Deane J Deane J Deane L Lapthorne 47 1952 7 J Deane J Deane R Linke M Read 47 1953 8 J Deane J Deane J Deane M Read 47 1954 7 A Hickinbotham A Hickinbotham R Linke M Read 46 1955 8 J Graham R Hewitt D Polden J Judd 25 1956 7 P Hunt J Deane J Deane J Judd 38 1957 8 L Cahill J Deane J Deane K Peucker 37 1958 6 R Reiman R Reiman G Christie J Judd 37 1959 8 R Reiman R Reiman R Jackson J Judd 52 1960 8 F Williams D Panizza D Panizza D Panizza 22 1961 6 W Sutherland G Christie D Kantilla D Kantilla 31 1962 8 W Sutherland G Christie D Kantilla L Backman 45 1963 8 W Sutherland D Parham I Day P Darley L Backman 34 1964 1 D Kerley D Kerley P Darley I Day 35 1965 3 D Kerley K Kerley R Schmidt L Backman 41 1966 4 D Kerley D Kerley P Darley A Skuse 38 1967 5 P Darley P Darley P Darley L Backman 31 1968 6 P Darley P Darley P Darley P Jones 32 1969 10 P Darley P Darley M Coombe L Backman 42 1970 10 J Deane L Backman L Backman P Howlett 60 1971 9 J Deane P Darley P Haines P Howlett 50 1972 9 D Darcy D Darcy P Darley P Jones 30 1973 9 D Darcy D Darcy P Darley M Dittmar 60 1974 8 P Darcy R Keddie D Young P Darley 44 1975 8 H Bunton R Keddie R Keddie G Robbins 50 1976 7 H Bunton R Keddie R Hateley A Bennett 67 1977 4 H Bunton G Robbins G Baynes W Slattery 54 1978 7 H Bunton G Baynes G Baynes G Linke 38 1979 2 H Bunton G Baynes G Baynes W Slattery 61 1980 7 H Bunton G Baynes S Butler G Linke 84 1981 4 H Bunton G Baynes R Hawkins G Linke 74 1982 8 H Bunton S Palmer R White C Reynolds 70 1983 5 G Cornes S Palmer R Hawkins J Schneebichler 65 1984 5 G Cornes S Palmer M Naley D Harris 57 1985 8 D Scott R Davies J Schneebichler D Kappler R Davies 72 1986 9 R Davies J Schneebichler D Troy R Davies 72 1987 10 R Davies J Schneebichler D Kappler D Stoeckel 55 1988 10 J Reid S Butler D Kappler S Schmid 38 1989 9 J Reid S Butler M Whitford D Stoeckel 50 1990 4 J Reid M Bennett D Trevena D Stoeckel 52 1991 3 J Reid M Bennett D Kappler S Schmid 40 1992 5 J Reid M Bennett M Grummet R Bone 35 1993 6 J Reid D Kappler M Dillon P McIntyre 79 1994 7 K Sheldon D Trevena C Wittman P Keam 35 1995 6 K Sheldon D Trevena J Polkinghorne D Del-Re 92 1996 8 K Sheldon S Butler D Stoeckel A Osborn C Cameron 20 1997 9 K Applegarth D Stoeckel J Polkinghorne C Cameron 20 1998 7 K Applegarth A Osborn D Talbot R Fitzgerald 40 1999 8 K Applegarth A Osborn K Cobb D Hams 43 2000 6 G Anderson A Osborn D Talbot M Demasi 39 2001 7 G Anderson K Koster D Morgan C Sampson 28 2002 8 G Anderson K Koster S Sampson M Demasi 25 2003 7 G Anderson C Sampson C Hall R Tregenza 59 2004 8 R Pyman C Sampson C King R Tregenza 39 2005 7 R Pyman C Sampson M Davis B Warren 60 2006 4 R Pyman C Sampson R Archard B Warren 64 2007 8 R Pyman C Sampson S McGlone B Warren 27 2008 8 J Cahill C Sampson J Torney J Boyd B Warren 41 Notable players Source: http://www.fullpointsfooty.net/south_adelaide.htm A: Wally Allen[23] Greg Anderson[24] Len 'Buck' Ashby[25] B: Lindsay Backman[20] Frank 'Dinky' Barry Andy Bennett Mark Bickley Randall Bone B: Dean Brogan Keith Brown[26] Alf Bushby[6] C: Laurie Cahill Alipate Carlile Arnold Caust[27] Graham Christie[28] Matthew Clarke C: Craig Cock[29] Jack Cockburn Mark Coombe[14] Graham Cornes Damian Cupido D: Anthony Daly[30] 'Jack' Daly[31] Dave Darcy Luke Darcy Peter Darley D: Alwyn Davey Rick Davies James 'Jim' Dawes[32] John 'Jack' Dawes[17] Ian Day[33] D: Jim Deane Danny Del-Re Michael Doughty Stephen Doyle F: Ashley Fernee Ryan Fitzgerald Eddie Fry[34] G: Simon Goodwin Jack Graham Ryan Griffen Chris Groom H: Jim Handby Frank Hansen[35] 'Jack' Hansen[36] 'Barney' Haussen[37] Robb Hawkins[38] H: Glynn Hewitt Alan Hickinbotham[1] Clem Hill H. Hill[5] J: Dick Jackson[39] Stan Jaffer[40] Vic Johnson[41] Ernie Jones John Judd[42] K: David Kantilla Darren Kappler Barry Karklis[43] Jack Kay[7] Bob Keddie K: Neil Kerley Ron Kitchen[44] Kym Koster L: Brendon Lade Len Lapthorne[22] Ray Linke[21] M: Ron McGowan[45] Cory McGrath Bruce McGregor Peter McIntyre George Margitich M: Dan Moriarty George Mulcahy[12] Max Murdy[15] Chris Munro[8] N: Mark Naley O: Bill Oliver[11] Andrew Osborn P: Stuart Palmer[3] Des Panizza[46] Denis Parham[47] Bryan Ploenges[48] Ian Prendergast P: Don Pryor[16] R: Jack 'Dinny' Reedman Brian Roberts Matthew Rogers Lester Ross[49] Alf 'Bulla' Ryan S: Clay Sampson Joe Scanlon[50] Bob Schmidt[13] John Schneebichler[51] S. Scott[9] S: Alf Skuse[52] Nigel Smart Frank Spiel[53] Chris Stasinowsky T: Jim Templeton[54] James Tierney Jason Torney Jack Tredrea[18] Frank Tully[19] V: Nathan van Berlo John Vickers[55] W: George Wallace[56] H. Wardrop[4] Alan White[57] Robin White[58] Malcolm Whitford[59] See also Category:South Adelaide Football Club players References ^ a b Alan Hickinbotham, fullpointsfooty.net. ^ History of the South Adelaide Football Club, SANFL website. Retrieved on 2009-05-01. ^ a b Stuart Palmer, Most games played (337) ^ a b R. Wardrop, League top goalkicker 1882 (14 goals)[citation needed] ^ a b H. Hill, League top goalkicker 1885 (19 goals)[citation needed], should not be confused with Clem Hill, born 1877 and an active South Adelaide footballer of the 1890s. ^ a b Alf Bushby, League top goalkicker 1887 (25 goals) ^ a b c d Jack Kay, League top goalkicker 1896 (25 goals), 1898 (25), 1902 (28) ^ a b c Chris Munro, League top goalkicker 1935 (115)[citation needed]; Full Forward, Official "Greatest Team" ^ a b S. Scott, League top goalkicker 1945 (54)[citation needed] ^ Official 'Greatest Team', fullpointsfooty.net. Retrieved on 2009-05-01. ^ a b Willian "Bill" Oliver ^ a b George Mulcahy[citation needed] ^ a b Bob Schmidt ^ a b Mark Coombe ^ a b Max Murdy ^ a b Don Pryor[citation needed] ^ a b Jack Dawes ^ a b Jack Tredrea, fullpointsfooty.net. Retrieved on 2009-05-01. ^ a b Frank Tully ^ a b Lindsay Backman ^ a b Ray Linke ^ a b Len Lapthorne ^ Wally Allen ^ Greg Anderson ^ Len Ashby ^ Keith Brown ^ Arnold Caust ^ Graham Christie ^ Craig Cock ^ Anthony Daly ^ John W. Daly ^ James 'Jim' Dawes ^ Ian Day ^ Eddie Fry ^ Frank Hansen ^ John Hansen ^ Keith Haussen ^ Robb Hawkins ^ Dick Jackson ^ Stanley Jaffer ^ Victor Johnson ^ John Judd ^ Barry Karklis ^ Ron Kitchen ^ Ron McGowan ^ Des Panizza ^ Denis Parham ^ Bryan Ploenges ^ Lester Ross ^ Joseph Scanlon ^ John Schneebichler ^ Alf Skuse ^ Frank Spiel ^ Jim Templeton ^ John Vickers ^ George Wallace ^ Alan White ^ Robin White ^ Malcolm Whitford External links South Adelaide Football Club, official website South Adelaide Football Club, SANFL website South Adelaide Football Club, fullpointsfooty.net v · d · eClubs in the South Australian National Football League Clubs Central District  · Glenelg  · North Adelaide  · Norwood  · Port Adelaide  · South Adelaide  · Sturt  · West Adelaide  · Woodville-West Torrens Former clubs West Torrens · Woodville