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04. DAVID KOCH 06. KEITH THOMAS 09. COMMUNITY REPORT 10. CHINA REPORT

16. KEN HINKLEY 18. AFL SEASON REVIEW 28. AFL PLAYER REVIEWS 38. MATTHEW LOKAN 40. SANFL SEASON REVIEW 48. SANFL PLAYER REVIEWS 56. BEST AND FAIREST 80. MILESTONES & DEBUTANTS 82. HONOUR ROLL 86. AFL RECORDS 88. SANFL RECORDS 90. CLUB RECORDS 92. HALL OF FAME 94. LIFE MEMBERS & OBITUARIES 98. 2018 STAFF

2019 PREVIEW 104. CHRIS DAVIES

106. NEW RECRUITS 118. DRAFTEE PROFILES 120. 2019 PLAYERS LIST 122. EVENTS CALENDAR 124. GAME DAY EVENTS 126. 2019 FIXTURE

Port Adelaide Football Club 2018 Annual Report

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DAVID 2018 C H A I R M A N’S R E P O RT

2018 was tough on us all. From the Board through to the playing group, from our corporate partners to our Members, it was a difficult season. Again, for the second year in a row, it felt like we didn’t get reward for our effort. So close, yet so far.

staff, volunteers and Board – celebrate the wins together and, in turn, endure the losses together.

And that is the nature of this competition. We operate in a brutal competition. The difference between 12th and 3rd this year was just 2 games. In 2014 the difference between 4th and 13th was 7 games. Today the competition is just so close.

We are all in this together and an underperforming season means the whole club has underperformed, not just the football department.

Some clubs are satisfied with what is referred to as a “winning season” – 12 wins and 10 losses. We’re not. For us this result is simply unacceptable when it means you fail to meet your first expectation of qualifying for finals. This year Collingwood was in the grand final but last year finished 13th. The previous year Richmond won the Grand Final but the year before it was 13th. Clubs which hang together, constantly improve and work on building the best culture to succeed, work their way to the top. Not for one moment though is this season’s failure just a football problem. Our entire club – players, coaches,

Good teams win games, great organisations win premierships. That is why we conducted a total review of the entire Port Adelaide organisation, from the Board and executive team right the way through, to make sure we have the best people, with the right attitude to succeed. I believe culture eats strategy any day. Yes, you need skills, yes, you need a strategy, but it’s culture which makes them sing. With this in mind I reiterate that our club has enormous faith in the people we have in place. But change within the club was still inevitable to move forward. Hard decisions had to be made to be elite. We have changed the mix around Ken in the coaches’ box. At the completion of last season we welcomed Jarrad

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Schofield and Brett Montgomery back to the club. Jarrad and Brett were, of course, part of our 2004 Premiership team. They are Port Adelaide men, they know what we stand for. Across the trade period and draft we welcomed 11 new players in total. Along with the coaches they bring new ideas, new voices and new attitudes. There is a real freshness around the place. From a Board perspective, we welcomed Darren Cahill in December. Darren will be a huge asset for our club and provides a new skillset to our Board. Aside from the fact he bleeds black, white and teal, his experience relating to high performance and athlete development in global sport is a major coup for us. Likewise, from a club executive perspective, Matthew Richardson has been elevated to the position of Executive – General Manager, directly assisting CEO Keith Thomas with day-to-day operations of the club. Richo is also a great

Port Adelaide person who has been involved with the club at SANFL and AFL level for nearly two decades. We have always placed a high premium on club culture, where we aim to create an environment which feels connected by a set of values and standards that everyone associated with us understands and is committed to. Once you fill the place with people who absolutely buy into the idea that if you want to be part of this great club you must invest yourself with energy and passion every day to live these values, then you’ve got something very powerful. All the truly great sporting organisations around the world understand the power of having a set of values and standards


GOOD TEAMS WIN GAMES, GREAT ORGANISATIONS WIN PREMIERSHIPS.

that are simply non-negotiable. And that means non-negotiable for everyone. No exceptions. Achieving this will be a very high priority for our club this coming season. We are a club that continually strives to improve. We need continuous improvement in this competition because standing still actually means you go backwards. We are here to win premierships in both the SANFL and AFL. In the SANFL, the restrictions placed on the Magpies have been enormous. With the SANFL Commission approving rule changes in October in relation to our capacity to better retain and attract contracted players to our League team, along with

concessions relating to our Next Generation Academy players, the club has decided we will not field a team in the SANFL Reserves competition moving forward. This was a decision not taken lightly and it was made only after much consideration. It’s important to remember that a lot has changed since the unification of Port Adelaide’s football programs at both AFL and SANFL level in 2014. Since our proposal at the end of 2013, we now have a functional junior program with the AFL’s Next Generation Academies that effectively has taken the role of the SANFL reserves team and has helped us deliver talented juniors such as Kai Pudney and Martin Frederick in November’s Draft, and Father-

Son players Jackson Mead and Trent Burgoyne in the shortterm future. That aside, it has still been a very difficult decision. I thank everyone who was involved in our SANFL Reserves structure this year, from players to coaches to staff and volunteers. Despite our obvious restrictions and constraints, not for one moment did you complain or shirk the responsibility. You were involved because you wanted to be part of Port Adelaide and you all gave your heart and soul across the entire season, despite our challenges on-field. You are credit to yourselves, your family and the Port Adelaide Football Club. Thanks again and remember you are forever a part of our football

club regardless of where your football might now take you. Despite the challenging season, I thank everyone at the club for their efforts this year. To Keith Thomas and his executive team, all our off-field staff, players and coaches, thanks for your sustained commitment. In particular, massive thanks to all the volunteers who commit so much to this club out of loyalty and passion. We celebrated our volunteers at an event in the Port Club in December. Our volunteers don’t have to help, but they do, and for that I am extremely grateful. The Port Adelaide Board is part of that volunteer group and I personally want to thank them for their support and guidance.

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I wish departing players, coaches and staff all the very best for the future. Remember, you are all always welcome here at Port Adelaide. In particular I reserve special praise for two outstanding young men… outgoing captain of the Magpies Steven Summerton who retired at season’s end after 13 seasons and 226 games for his beloved black-and-white, and Travis Boak who stepped aside from being our AFL club captain in November. Summo, who was a local Port Adelaide product and progressed through the club’s junior ranks, epitomises everything that is Port Adelaide. He was brave, tough and undeniably loyal to the club he grew up loving. As you close a magnificent chapter in your playing career Summo, rest assured you retire as a much loved and respected champion of our club who will always be remembered as a true Magpie. Trav stood by us when the club needed him most. At the end of 2012, he could so easily have headed home to be closer to his family and play with Geelong. No one would have begrudged him that. But Trav stayed loyal to us here at Port Adelaide, to the club he refers to as his other family. Through his actions over the last six seasons Trav has epitomised everything that makes an incredible leader – loyalty, commitment, courage, skill, determination and care. He steps aside as our longest serving AFL captain and he should be proud of where he has taken our resurgent playing group and football club. Trav has plenty of good footy ahead of him and I’m looking forward to him running around in no.10 for many more years to come. From a financial perspective we posted a net profit from continuing operations of $322,013.

Whilst revenue from continuing operations increased by $1.093m (2%), profit from continuing operations decreased by $677,000 compared to the prior year, with the club continuing to prioritise football department spend. Despite the extra support from Parmalat through their OAK Plus brand, not having a second joint major was telling. The great news is that positive momentum is now building off-field too. From a commercial sense, we recently announced global giant GFG Alliance as our new joint major partner for the next five years. GFG was founded by Sanjeev Gupta and his father PK Gupta and have been prominent in South Australia over the last 18 months through their acquisition of the Whyalla steelworks. We have been in discussions with Sanjeev and his team for several months and we are delighted to be partnering with such a reputable brand that shares our values around community, people and family. Like Port Adelaide, GFG push the boundaries in pursuit of success, forever challenging the status quo and seeking opportunities to innovate, adapt and involve. Through this partnership we will have a significant presence in Whyalla and the Eyre Peninsula, the heartland we share with GFG. Late last year we also entered into an exciting new Premier Partnership with Starfish Development. Starfish is currently in the process of developing Port Adelaide’s Dock One, setting up a new community featuring 750 homes, a dockside piazza and boardwalk. To partner with a likeminded organisation such as Starfish, who is ambitious

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and enthusiastic about the redevelopment of the Port Adelaide district, is something we are also very proud of. In partnership with Starfish, we will look to promote the benefits of our heartland at every opportunity. As we have always maintained, for every step we take on a global stage, we are committed to doubling down in our heartland whether that be on the Eyre Peninsula with GFG or in Port Adelaide with Dock One. As we approach our 150th anniversary in 2020 we will announce a range of other initiatives that will have a positive impact on our local heartland. From a China perspective, our club expertly executed our second game in Shanghai this year, which is no mean feat. In 2019, we will build on this momentum as we partner St Kilda, a traditional Victorian club with a loyal membership base and who understands the commercial benefits of China as much as we do. To that end, we have continued to underpin our Chinese commercial relationships with Shanghai Cred Real Estate and most recently, the Jincheng Group. Like our partnership with Shanghai Cred, our agreement with the Jincheng Group is a non-traditional sponsorship, but will be a game-changer for our club and the education sector here in Australia. Stay tuned for more exciting developments involving this partnership in 2019. From a Membership perspective, we experienced our fifth consecutive year of growth in 2018 and we are tracking toward another record-breaking year in 2019 as we strive to achieve a Membership base of 65,000. On behalf of the club, I acknowledge and thank our loyal Members, supporters, corporate and community partners who are the lifeblood of our organisation.

We are fortunate to have one of the most passionate and committed communities in world sport and we know you demand high standards. We are committed to delivering against those expectations and it is what drives us every day. In conclusion, my wish for 2019 is to bring the fun back into footy. Yes, losses hurt. A lot. But footy is about having fun with family and friends. Let’s all have some fun in 2019. Let’s laugh and cheer together. Let’s embrace the positivity of football. We have the greatest game on earth and it should be celebrated. Rest assured though we know what winning means to you all. It means the same to me. Whether it’s TV ratings, business success, reforming the organ transplant system or football. I’m here to win a bloody premiership. Winning means a helluva lot to me as well. Make no mistake. Our history of success has forever been based on unity. We are all part of the Port Adelaide family, the Port Adelaide story, the Port Adelaide Football Club. The journey won’t be easy. It never is. Nothing worth fighting for is easy. But what I know about this club and its community is that we are up for the fight. And let’s have some fun along the way. We are Port Adelaide. We always have been, always will be.


KEITH C EO R E P O RT

What a rollercoaster of a season 2018 was. A positive off-season, a solid first two thirds of the football season and a disappointing end. And the last three months have seen us build some real momentum both on and off field into 2019. We farewelled Chad Wingard, Jared Polec, Jasper Pittard and Jack Hombsch to other AFL clubs. As sad as it felt, I hope they all find happiness and continued success in their football careers.

Premiership band is back together and that is great for our current playing group. Already each one of our new coaches has made a real impact and we look forward to what they’ll continue to bring as we head into 2019 and beyond. And of course, very soon we will announce our new leadership team for 2019. I want to put on public record again my admiration of Travis and what he achieved as the longest serving AFL captain of our great club.

Likewise, I wish delisted players Jake Neade, Dom Barry, Will Snelling, Jimmy Toumpas and Emmanuel Irra, along with retiree Lindsay Thomas, all the best in the future.

His leadership legacy began at the end of 2012, a most tumultuous year for our club.

These are all good young men, who have served our club well, operating in a system which is being increasingly designed to encourage player movement.

We won just five games for the year and arguably our best player, Robbie Gray, was struck down with a season-ending knee reconstruction.

In the off-season we have welcomed 11 new players. We are very excited with what our new recruits and draftees will bring to the club. They are all talented and have great character and we are looking forward to them forging successful careers with Port Adelaide. As for the coaching group, how good is it to have some Port Adelaide premiership flavour return to the club with Brett Montgomery, Jarrad Schofield and Dean Brogan back in the fold? Along with Chad Cornes (development coach) and Michael Wilson (physiotherapist) the 2004

We lost a coach, a president and a mate in John McCarthy.

And whilst faint signs were appearing that a resurgence may be possible, leadership was absolutely essential. Through all the gloom, no statement resonated more in 2012 than the emergence of Travis as a leader of our club. Whilst he would not officially accept the famous No 1 guernsey until the start of 2013, it was Travis’s decision to resist the temptations of the Geelong Football Club that helped lay the foundation for the spirited revival that was to come. History will record that Matthew Primus and our club parted ways

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toward the end of 2012 but to Travis’s eternal credit, he saw in his mates and perhaps the club itself, a steely resolve to improve.

Port Adelaide is nothing without its community of members. You are the lifeblood of our club, the foundation on which it is built.

The Hinkley/Boak era had arrived and would come to life in spectacular fashion at the new Adelaide Oval in 2014, another truly historic moment for our club.

Again, we will bring our community together on the eve of the season in February through our inner-sanctum Member Convention and our Season Launch/Hall of Fame event.

Travis still has plenty of great footy ahead of him, and as Dom Cassisi did for him, he will transition our new leaders in with poise and style.

In terms of international growth, our China strategy continues to expand.

He will effortlessly pass down all of the traits that have made him an outstanding captain during an incredible period of resurgence and growth.

In October we announced that St Kilda will be our new opponent for Shanghai 2019. This is significant for a number of reasons.

We should all be very proud of him.

Firstly, it means we are returning to Shanghai for the third straight year. An achievement in itself.

Our entire playing group and coaches wrapped up the first part of our pre-season campaign with a gruelling six-day camp in the heat and humidity of Queensland’s Noosa Heads.

St Kilda’s commitment, and that of the Victorian Government, for three years provides the confidence and security that an event of this magnitude requires.

The camp enabled the group to put together a significant block of training, while at the same time working on team connection, with so many new players in the group. It was a resounding success and I anticipate the impact and learnings from this camp will be felt right throughout season 2019. And the connection between former Port Adelaide greats and the club continues to grow. How good was it to see former premiership defender Roger Delaney meeting the team in Noosa and his children running water for our players? And then seeing Matty Primus return to the club he loves to talk to our playing and coaching group about resilience, staying the course and taking your opportunities. No one knows that more than Matty. From an off-field perspective momentum continues to build as well. Thanks to our incredible members we are on track for our sixth consecutive year of membership growth as we aim to break the 65,000 barrier.

It will mean that AFL will be played in mainland China for a minimum of five years, a feat not replicated by any other major sporting code outside of China. And last month we announced a long-term, game-changing partnership with the Jincheng Group, a real estate, health and education group headquartered in China’s Zhejiang Province. Our partnership with Jincheng will see both organisations working together to deliver significant educational outcomes for Chinese students here in Australia which will be worth tens of millions of dollars to the local economy. This agreement with Jincheng is not a standard sport sponsorship, but it does reflect our desire to always search for meaningful ways to maximise the club’s ability to encourage positive community outcomes. At big moments like this, I think it’s worth reflecting on why we have decided to pursue this China dream. It’s all about growth. Meaningful growth.

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Make no mistake, we are on the cusp of something special. Growth that comes from really embracing a new community, with all its cultural differences, as they do the same to us. It takes time, but the rewards can be enormous. The Jincheng announcement along with Mr Gui and Shanghai Cred’s five-year extension of our partnership earlier this year is living proof that this philosophy works, and we continue to enjoy a wonderful relationship with these stakeholders. Any club with aspirations to be in the finals and shooting for premierships every year, simply must have the resources to compete at the highest level. Success in China will provide us with these opportunities. But with every step we take in China we are committed to doubling down here in our own community, our own heartland of Port Adelaide. That is why our recent partnership announcement with Starfish Developments is so significant. Starfish Developments, through its Dock One development, will continue the rejuvenation of the Port with a master-planned community of 750 homes, a dockside piazza and boardwalk to

be launched in early 2019. How exciting is that? This investment in our backyard is significant for our district, the district we are so proud of and committed to. We look forward to walking lockstep with Starfish as we partner in promoting all the benefits of the Port moving forward. Very soon, at the time of writing this report, we will be announcing a joint major partner to join OAK in supporting our club in 2019 and beyond. We will partner with another significant investor in South Australia which we are very excited about. The benefits of this partnership will be wide-reaching across our state. Stay tuned. In conclusion, our club is all about looking forward at what is on the horizon. The breadth of opportunities ahead of us are enormous. Make no mistake, we are on the cusp of something special. I can’t wait to see you at the club or at the footy in 2019.


COMMUNITY 2018 has been the biggest year yet for Power Community Ltd, having engagement with its youth, Aboriginal, multicultural and female programs reaching record levels. There were more than 70,000 engagements with PCL’s programs in 2018, up from more than 61,000 in 2017. PCL’s dedication to reaching communities far and wide has seen its staff travel more than 150,000 kilometres, or the equivalent of more than four times around the world, from the community camp on the Yorke Peninsula to the far West Coast for the Aboriginal Power Cup, the APY Lands and the Barkley region for WillPOWER and Darwin for the Power to be Positive program. The Aboriginal Power Cup was so big in its eleventh year that the annual carnival had to be moved away from Alberton Oval to EP Nazar Reserve at Ethelton for the first time, with 450 students from 70 different schools involved. With 96% year 12 attainment by 2017 participants, the Aboriginal Programs team is targeting 100% completion in the near future. As well as increasing in size, PCL’s programs are achieving significant results. As a snapshot, the Community Youth Program has visited 100 schools across the state, and 150 students from Empowering Youth have graduated. In its second year, the Power Intercultural Program engaged with students from more than 200 different cultures and for the first time, a participant was

chosen to become the football club’s CEO for a day. Year 10 student Zaahra al-Sarraf, a 15-year-old from Pinnacle College, took charge for a day in June, having also taken part in the program and football carnival at Alberton Oval. The transition to employment program Powerful Futures has now placed 189 school leavers and other young men and women who have taken part in PCL programs into further education or employment over the past 24 months.

70,000+ engagements with PCL’s PROGRAMS in 2018

Research by Flinders University, released in December, showed the Power to End Violence Against Women program was having a material impact in inspiring high school students to challenge the ideals of masculinity and gender-based attitudes and behaviours, as well as teaching them about respectful relationships. The program was also recognised by the Federal Government as a role model for other community organisations with a special video made about its work as part of the Stop It At The Start campaign. The men’s Aboriginal AFL Academy continued to achieve significant results both on and off the field. Unbeaten in six games in 2018, the boys then had an extraordinary cultural

experience after travelling to the Garma Festival in Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory. In 2018 the Women’s Aboriginal AFL Academy was launched, providing an educational and cultural opportunity as well as a football pathway for talented young Indigenous women. The girls won all but one game in 2018, only losing to a New Zealand representative side during a life-changing trip across the ditch. PCL never stands still and it has now also introduced Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) specific programs to coexist within our

other programs. It will also run the Power of STEM program which presents students with pathways into the jobs of the future by linking them with organisations and people in those fields. This was trialled at one school and will expand further in 2019. To cap a remarkable year, Power player Justin Westhoff was nominated for the Jim Stynes Community Leadership Award for his work with homeless and underprivileged people and for teaching children about sustainable eating. He was among four finalists for the award, which in itself is a fantastic achievement. PCL is incredibly proud of its programs and it thanks its partners for their support during the year. 2019 is shaping as yet another exciting year of making our community proud.

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CHINA Following two years of incredible progress, 2018 was a year of consolidation with respect to Port Adelaide’s engagement in the People’s Republic of China. The second match played in China demonstrated Port Adelaide’s – and increasingly the AFL’s – commitment to the expansion of our sport into China. A challenging geostrategic context notwithstanding, Port Adelaide further tested and confirmed the pillars of its China strategy: • high-level partnership with Chinese businesses, • sport and education programs in Australia and China, and • annual match in China.

HIGH-LEVEL PARTNERSHIP WITH CHINESE BUSINESSES This was the third year in the historic three-year agreement with Shanghai CRED. Establishing partnerships with significant Chinese businesses that are active in Australia remains a foundation stone of our strategy, so it was pleasing to announce the five-year extension of our partnership on the eve of the Shanghai match in May. This prolongs the CRED-PAFC partnership to 2023, which is an exceptionally strong foundation from which we can build a significant and enduring presence in China. The strength of this relationship must be credited to our CEO Keith Thomas and Executive Partnership Manager Xu Nuo, who worked tirelessly over the initial three-year agreement. In 2019, we also saw the elevation of Haneco Lighting to Premier Partner of the club. This is another strong partnership, based on shared vision and mutual trust. Haneco Lightning, and its charismatic chairman and long-time resident of Adelaide Nicho Teng, started as a member of the China Power Club before

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increasing their investment level. Haneco Lighting will continue as a Premier Partner in 2019. There was a significant amount of work done, over the course of the year, to build a strong pipeline. The fruit of this labour will be born in 2019. A sign of things to come is the initial agreement with Jincheng Group, a significant business based in Hangzhou. I hope you will be hearing a lot more about this partnership in 2019! SPORT AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS Port Adelaide has worked for three years to develop programs for Chinese students. We believe that sport complements a student’s academic goals. Our sport, in particular, can also break down barriers and enhance intercultural understanding. In 2018, the Power Footy program, delivered in schools in China, was consolidated. A new program, International Student Program, designed to enhance the experience of Chinese students in Australia, was also developed and will be launched in early 2019. International education is a

significant economic sector in Australia, and Port Adelaide has a contribution to make. Critical to these efforts is the partnership with The University of Adelaide. A three-year agreement was signed in 2018, which ensues a cooperative model between Port Adelaide and The University’s Faculty of Professions. The University of Adelaide relationship will help us build a bridge between our programs in China and Australia, so Port Adelaide can participate in the full cycle of a student looking to study in Adelaide: to develop a better understanding before arrival, to transition the student to Adelaide, and then enhance the experience while they study in Adelaide. MATCH IN SHANGHAI, 19 MAY 2018 The second match in China consolidated the position of this concept as a regular feature of the AFL calendar. The great (and perhaps unexpected) success of the inaugural match in 2017 raised expectations which proved difficult to surpass. Inclement and unpredictable weather (it was 35 degrees and humid the day prior to the game, with


tempestuous storms on game day), a repeated fixture, and the challenging economics of asking supporters to travel to China on an annual basis were undeniable challenges. The operation of the game, however, was brilliantly executed. Port Adelaide CFO Shane Smith, in particular, did a fantastic job but the entire Port Adelaide and AFL working group completed some exceptional work in consolidating a nascent concept in 2017 into a smooth operation that augers well for future games. And most importantly, the team preserved our unbeaten record on Chinese soil! The China team thanks the football department for their assistance in this unique game. A great deal of work was done in 2018, the results of which will be evident in 2019. The China Engagement Department thanks CEO Keith Thomas, Chairman David Koch, all directors and members for their support in 2018.

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AFL BACK ROW: D. Byrne-Jones, J. Toumpas, A. Johnson, S. Powell-Pepper, D. Houston, C. Hewett, M. Broadbent, J. Polec, J. Pittard, J. Trengove, K. Amon, L. Thomas THIRD ROW: R. Bonner, J. Lienert, J. Hombsch, P. Ryder, D. Howard, B. Frampton, P. Ladhams, S. Hayes, J. Westhoff, T. Marshall, J. Watts, T. Clurey, T. McKenzie

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SECOND ROW: S. Motlop, R. Gray, C. Dixon, T. Jonas, T. Boak (captain), K. Hinkley (senior coach), O. Wines (vice-captain), B. Ebert, H. Hartlett, T. Rockliff, C. Wingard FRONT ROW: W. Snelling, D. Barry, K. Farrell, J. Garner, W. Drew, J. Atley, E. Irra, J. Patmore, S. Gray, J. Neade

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KEN A F L S E N I O R COAC H

We learned some brutal lessons in 2018 and to get better we can’t ignore them. We undertook a significant review of our football department and game plan and we are getting on with the task of making ourselves better. But you cannot achieve much by looking back, you have to keep looking forward and embracing the next challenge. In this high-performance industry, success involves an unrelenting pursuit of improvement and you cannot do that without change. We have made changes to the way we operate and we have seen significant personnel changes both on and off the field. We’ve farewelled Dom Barry, Jake Neade, Jared Polec, Jasper Pittard, Jack Hombsch, Chad Wingard, Will Snelling, Jimmy Toumpas, Lindsay Thomas and Emmanuel Irra from our playing list, while we have also had to say goodbye to Matthew Nicks, Brendon Lade, Aaron Greaves and others from our football department and administration. But we have also brought a host of new faces to the club,

providing a fresh atmosphere and some unique experience and knowledge. We have welcomed back to Alberton premiership players Dean Brogan, Jarrad Schofield and Brett Montgomery to freshen up our coaching team and we have also brought in some new players. We have strengthened our list for now and the for future, and there is a lot of optimism. Port Adelaide junior Scott Lycett has returned home from Perth during the trade period, while fellow South Australians Ryan Burton and Sam Mayes also joined the club. We planned on attacking the 2018 draft to capitalise on a strong talent pool and we brought in Connor Rozee, Zak Butters, Xavier Duursma, Riley Grundy and Boyd Woodcock, before taking Tobin Cox, Martin Frederick and Kai Pudney in the rookie draft. We want to be a club that’s capable of winning premierships and to do that you have to be brave with your decisionmaking and your selections.

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We have strengthened our list for now and for the future, and there is a lot of optimism.

We think we have done that and we are excited about what the future holds. The rise of the Western Bulldogs, Richmond and Collingwood in recent years shows that things can turn around very quickly, and there is no reason Port Adelaide cannot achieve the ultimate success in 2019.


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Round 1

PORT ADELAIDE 4.3 8.7 14.10 16.14 (110) FREMANTLE 1.4 5.4 7.6

9.6

(60)

Goals: Marshall 4, Watts 3, Wingard, 2, Motlop 2, S Gray, Ryder, Dixon, Rockliff, Boak Official crowd: 38,324 at the Adelaide Oval

Round 2

SYDNEY 2.4 6.6 8.10 10.11 (71) PORT ADELAIDE 1.2 4.4 11.7 14.10 (94) Goals: Marshall 3, Boak 2, Wingard 2, Polec 2, Wines, Powell-Pepper, Motlop, R Gray, Bonner Official crowd: 34,636 at the SCG

Round 3

PORT ADELAIDE 4.6 7.7 14.8 14.13 (97) BRISBANE 4.0 9.6 11.8 14.8 (92) Goals: S Gray 3, Motlop 2, R Gray, Boak, Rockliff, Westhoff, Wingard, Ebert, Dixon, Watts, Marshall Crowd 36,363 at the Adelaide Oval

Round 4

ESSENDON 5.2 9.4 12.7 16.10 (106) PORT ADELAIDE 2.2 4.6 8.8 12.12 (84) Goals: Watts 3, Dixon, Marshall, Westhoff, Boak, S Gray, Amon, Byrne-Jones, Rockliff, Bonner Official crowd: 30,900 at Etihad Stadium

Round 5

PORT ADELAIDE 1.2 4.4 7.5 7.8 (50) GEELONG 3.2 5.7 8.10 12.12 (84) Goals: Neade 2, Thomas, R Gray, Wines, S Gray, Amon Official crowd: 45,372 at the Adelaide Oval

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Round 6 NORTH MELBOURNE 2.1 4.5 6.7 10.9 (69) PORT ADELAIDE 4.5 8.6 12.8 15.12 (102) Goals: S Gray 4, Wingard 2, Westhoff, Houston, Neade, Johnson, Watts, Polec, R Gray, Neade, Dixon Official crowd: 17,617 at Etihad Stadium

Round 7 WEST COAST 4.1 9.3 13.4 16.6 (102) PORT ADELAIDE 2.1 3.2 8.2 9.6 (60) Goals: S Gray 2, Johnson 2, Bonner, Watts, Dixon, Polec, Motlop Official crowd: 50,516 at Optus Stadium

Round 8 PORT ADELAIDE 1.3 4.6 11.11 14.11 (95) ADELAIDE 4.2 8.3 10.5 14.6 (90) Goals: R Gray 6, Wingard 2, Ryder 2, S Gray, Boak, Powell-Pepper, Motlop Official crowd: 50,967 at the Adelaide Oval

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Round 9

GOLD COAST 4.2 5.3 6.6

6.6 (42)

PORT ADELAIDE 5.5 6.10 8.14 11.16 (82) Goals: Powell-Pepper 2, Wingard 2, S Gray 2, Rockliff, Boak, Dixon, Wines, Watts Official crowd: 10,689 at Jiangwan Stadium

Round 10 BYE

Round 11

HAWTHORN 1.2 5.3 7.7 9.10 (64) PORT ADELAIDE 5.2 5.3 6.6 9.7 (61) Goals: R Gray 4, Watts 3, Westhoff, Dixon Official crowd: 13,007 at University of Tasmania Stadium

Round 12

PORT ADELAIDE 2.2 9.5 10.7 10.12 (72) RICHMOND 3.3 5.6 7.8 8.10 (58) Goals: Westhoff 3, S Gray 2, R Gray 2, Dixon, Polec, Motlop Official crowd: 39,936 at the Adelaide Oval

Round 13

PORT ADELAIDE 5.5 8.6 14.9 20.12 (132) WESTERN BULLDOGS 0.1 4.5 8.7 11.9 (75) Goals: Dixon 3, R Gray 3, Rockcliff 3, Polec 2, Westhoff 2, Wines, Thomas, Motlop, Boak, Ryder, S Gray, Houston Official crowd: 26,137 at the Adelaide Oval

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Round 14

PORT ADELAIDE 1.3 4.6 8.7 11.9 (75) MELBOURNE 3.5 4.8 9.9 9.11 (65) Goals: Ebert 2, R Gray 2, Westhoff 2, Wingard, Boak, Dixon, Thomas, S Gray Official crowd: 40,751 at the Adelaide Oval

Round 15

CARLTON 5.0 6.2 8.7 10.9 (69) PORT ADELAIDE 3.6 8.9 8.9 13.12 (90) Goals: R Gray 3, Westhoff 2, Marshall 2, Wingard 2, Thomas, Motlop, Dixon, Boak Official crowd: 26,562 at the MCG

Round 16

PORT ADELAIDE 3.1 5.6 8.12 12.14 (86) ST KILDA 0.5 2.6 4.6

7.8 (50)

Goals: Dixon 4, Watts 2, Westhoff 2, Boak 2, Ryder, R Gray Official crowd: 36,253 at the Adelaide Oval

Round 17

FREMANTLE 1.0 1.7 5.10 8.11 (59) PORT ADELAIDE 2.3 2.3 4.6 7.8 (50) Goals: Wingard 2, Westhoff, S Gray, Powell-Pepper, Watts, Boak Official crowd: 33,190 at Optus Stadium

Round 18

PORT ADELAIDE 1.0 3.5 7.8 8.10 (58) GREATER WESTERN SYDNEY 4.3 7.7 9.12 11.14 (80) Goals: Dixon 3, R Gray 2, Ebert, Boak, Westhoff Official crowd: 34,693 at the Adelaide Oval

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Round 19

WESTERN BULLDOGS 2.0 4.0 5.4 5.4 (34) PORT ADELAIDE 2.2 4.4 7.6 11.12 (78) Goals: Dixon 5, Watts, Westhoff, Motlop, Wingard, R Gray, Farrell Official crowd: 6,450 at Mars Stadium

Round 20

ADELAIDE 5.3 7.8 9.14 13.18 (96) PORT ADELAIDE 5.3 9.5 10.9 14.9 (93) Goals: R Gray 4, Wingard 4, Farrell 3, Boak 2, Byrne-Jones Official crowd: 50,377 at the Adelaide Oval

Round 21

PORT ADELAIDE 5.1 6.2 9.2 9.4 (58) WEST COAST 1.1 3.2 6.5 9.8 (62) Goals: Johnson 3, R Gray 2, Wingard, Dixon, Farrell, Ryder Official crowd: 32,534 at the Adelaide Oval

Round 22

COLLINGWOOD 4.2 9.7 10.11 17.13 (115) PORT ADELAIDE 4.1 7.2 9.4 10.4 (64) Goals: Ryder 3, Boak 2, Westhoff, Watts, Polec, R Gray, S Gray Official crowd: 46,286 at the MCG

Round 23

PORT ADELAIDE 1.1 5.6 9.7 13.11 (89) ESSENDON 6.4 9.7 15.8 17.9 (111) Goals: Westhoff 5, Ebert 2, Farrell, R Gray, Polec, Frampton, Ryder, Boak Official crowd: 39,168 at the Adelaide Oval 26 PORT ADELAIDE FOOTBALL CLUB YEARBOOK 2018


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TRAVIS

BOAK

SAM

POWELL-PEPPER

JAKE

NEADE

CAPTAIN Draft: 2006 AFL Draft, Pick No. 5

Draft: 2016 AFL Draft, Pick No. 18

Draft: 2012 AFL Draft, GWS Zone Selection

Previous clubs: Geelong U18

Previous clubs: East Perth

Previous clubs: North Ballarat U18

AFL

AFL

AFL

Career games: 243 goals: 161

Career games: 38 goals: 21

Career games: 66 goals: 55

2018 games: 22 goals: 19

2018 games: 16 goals: 5

2018 games: 8 goals: 4

SANFL

SANFL

SANFL

Career games: 6 goals: 2

Career games: 3 goals: 3

Career games: 51 goals: 63

2018 games: - goals: -

2018 games: 3 goals: 3

2018 games: 10 goals: 7

Player sponsors: Comwire IT, John Duthie

Player sponsors: Carmine Belperio and Albert Sand & Metal

Player sponsors: TMD Electrical

PADDY

RYDER

MATTHEW

BROADBENT

STEVEN

MOTLOP

Draft: 2005 AFL Draft, Pick No. 7

Draft: 2008 AFL Draft, Pick No. 38

Draft: 2008 AFL Draft, Pick No. 39

Previous clubs: East Fremantle/Essendon

Previous clubs: Woodville-West Torrens

Previous clubs: Geelong

AFL

AFL

AFL

Career games: 226 goals: 156

Career games: 161 goals: 52

Career games: 156 goals: 186

2018 games: 16 goals: 10

2018 games: - goals: -

2018 games: 21 goals: 11

SANFL

SANFL

SANFL

Yet to debut

Career games: 42 goals: 16

Yet to debut

Player sponsors: Blackwood Sound

2018 games: 2 goals: -

Player sponsors: Jarmers Kitchen

Player sponsors: H Barber

BRAD

EBERT

HAMISH

HARTLETT

ROBBIE

GRAY

Draft: 2007 AFL Draft, Pick No. 13

Draft: 2008 AFL Draft, Pick No. 4

Draft: 2006 AFL Draft, Pick No. 55

Previous clubs: Port Adelaide SANFL, West Coast

Previous clubs: West Adelaide

Previous clubs: Oakleigh U18

AFL

AFL

Career games: 153 goals: 73

Career games: 199 goals: 294

2018 games: 5 goals: -

2018 games: 21 goals: 36

SANFL

SANFL

Career games: 12 goals: 12

Career games: 17 goals: 27

2018 games: - goals: -

2018 games: - goals: -

Player sponsors: Spot On Electrical & Data

Player sponsors: Nocelle Foods

AFL Career games: 235 goals: 116 2018 games: 22 goals: 6 SANFL Career games: 5 goals: 2018 games: - goals: Player sponsors: Oxygen Building Group, Aussie Ripper Roast

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TOM

ROCKLIFF

TRENT

MCKENZIE

TODD

MARSHALL

Draft: 2009 Pre-Season Draft, Pick No. 5

Draft: Underage recruit, Gold Coast

Draft: 2016 AFL Draft, Pick No. 16

Previous clubs: Brisbane

Previous clubs: Gold Coast

Previous clubs: Murray U18

AFL

AFL

AFL

Career games: 172 goals: 94

Career games: 107 goals: 22

Career games: 10 goals: 12

2018 games: 13 goals: 11

2018 games: 11 goals: -

2018 games: 7 goals: 11

SANFL

SANFL

SANFL

Career games: 50 goals: 41

Career games: 11 goals: -

Career games: 21 goals: 25

2018 games: 10 goals: 14

2018 games: 11 goals: -

2018 games: 4 goals: 2

Player sponsors: Belperio Properties & Champion Crash Repairs

Player sponsors: Sims Richmond

Player sponsors: Champion Crash Repairs, Northern Tree Services

BILLY

FRAMPTON

KARL

AMON

OLLIE

WINES

VICE CAPTAIN Draft: 2014 AFL Draft, Pick No. 84

Draft: 2013 AFL Draft, Pick No. 68

Draft: 2012 AFL Draft, Pick No. 7

Previous clubs: South Fremantle

Previous clubs: Sandringham U18

Previous clubs: Bendigo U18

AFL

AFL

AFL

Career games: 1 goals: 1

Career games: 42 goals: 22

Career games: 129 goals: 56

SANFL

2018 games: 6 goals: 2

2018 games: 22 goals: 4

Career games: 52 goals: 25

SANFL

SANFL

2018 games: 16 goals: 8

Career games: 48 goals: 24

Yet to debut

Player sponsors: Dr Darren Waters

2018 games: 8 goals: 1

Player sponsors: NuSkope

Player sponsors: Ezra Legal

TOM

CLUREY

JIMMY

TOUMPAS

JACK

TRENGOVE

Draft: 2012 AFL Draft, Pick No. 29

Draft: 2012 AFL Draft, Pick No. 4

Draft: 2009 Pre-Season Draft, Pick No. 2

Previous clubs: Murray U18

Previous clubs: Woodville-West Torrens/ Melbourne

Previous clubs: Sturt / Melbourne

AFL

Career games: 89 goals: 39

AFL Career games: 60 goals: 2018 games: 19 goals: SANFL Career games: 54 goals: 2 2018 games: - goals: Player sponsors: Financia

Career games: 37 goals: 7 2018 games: - goals: SANFL Career games: 54 goals: 23 2018 games: 15 goals: 1 Player sponsors: Stratton & Adtech Electrical Solutions

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AFL 2018 games: 13 goals: SANFL Career games: 24 goals: 15 2018 games: 13 goals: 8 Player sponsors: Rachel Lawie - Ray White, Sidewood


CHAD

WINGARD

JARED

POLEC

Draft: 2011 AFL Draft, Pick No. 6

Draft: 2015 AFL Draft, Pick No. 34

Previous clubs: Sturt

Previous clubs: Woodville-West Torrens/ Brisbane Lions

AFL Career games: 147 goals: 232 2018 games: 21 goals: 22 SANFL Career games: 6 goals: 3 2018 games: - goals: Player sponsors: Zambero Semaphore & Adelaide Signs

JACK

WATTS

CHARLIE

DIXON

Draft: 2010 AFL Draft, Gold Coast local talent selection Previous clubs: Cairns/Gold Coast

AFL

AFL

Career games: 106 goals: 55

Career games: 126 goals: 199

2018 games: 22 goals: 9

2018 games: 20 goals: 26

SANFL

SANFL

Career games: 20 goals: 19

Yet to debut

2018 games: - goals: -

Player sponsors: Adelaide Urology, Russo Produce

Player sponsors: Mascione Group

KANE

FARRELL

SAM

HAYES

Draft: 2008 AFL Draft, Pick No. 1

Draft: 2017 AFL Draft, Pick No. 51

Draft: 2017 AFL Draft, Pick No. 47

Previous clubs: Melbourne

Previous clubs: Bendigo

Previous clubs: Eastern Ranges

AFL

AFL

AFL

Career games: 172 goals: 161

Career games: 5 goals: 6

Yet to debut

2018 games: 19 - goals: - 18

2018 games: 5 goals: 6

SANFL

SANFL

SANFL

Career games: 7 goals: 6

Career games: 2 goals: 5

Career games: 13 goals: 20

2018 games: 7 goals: 6

2018 games: 2 goals: 5

2018 games: 31 goals: 20

Player sponsors: Atlas Chiropractic

Player sponsors: Belperio Properties, Big Footy

Player sponsors: Ocean View Dental

RILEY

BONNER

JOEL

GARNER

WILLEM

DREW

Draft: 2015 AFL Draft, Pick No. 37

Draft: 2017 Rookie Draft, Pick No. 60

Draft: 2016 AFL Draft, Pick No. 33

Previous clubs: West Adelaide

Previous clubs: Eastern Ranges

Previous clubs: North Ballarat

AFL

AFL

AFL

Career games: 23 goals: 3

Yet to debut

Yet to debut

2018 games: 19 goals: 3

SANFL

SANFL

SANFL

Career games: 10 goals: -

Career games: 21 goals: 6

Career games: 35 goals: 4

2018 games: 10 goals: -

2018 games: 1 goals: 6

2018 games: 2 goals: -

Player sponsors: Alberton Crowd

Player sponsors: Skala Bakery

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JASPER

PITTARD

JOE

ATLEY

AIDYN

JOHNSON

Draft: 2009 AFL Draft, Pick No. 16

Draft: 2016 AFL Draft, Pick No. 32

Draft: 2015 AFL Draft, Pick No. 45

Previous clubs: Geelong U18

Previous clubs: Bendigo U18

Previous clubs: Moama/Bendigo

AFL

AFL

AFL

Career games: 126 goals: 11

Career games: 3 goals: -

Career games: 10 goals: 8

2018 games: 11 goals: -

2018 games: 3 goals: -

2018 games: 5 goals: 6

SANFL

SANFL

SANFL

Career games: 29 goals: 6

Career games: 28 goals: 8

Career games: 30 goals: 37

2018 games: 6 goals: -

2018 games: 10 goals: 2

2018 games: 13 goals: 10

Player sponsors: Fire Evacuation Safety Group

Player sponsors: Tarlee Carpet

Player sponsors: Rachel Lawrie - Ray White

DOUGAL

HOWARD

DARCY

BYRNE-JONES

WILL

SNELLING

Draft: 2014 AFL Draft, Pick No. 56

Draft: 2013 AFL Draft, Pick No. 52

Draft: 2016 Rookie Draft, Pick No. 10

Previous clubs: Murray U18

Previous clubs: Oakleigh U18

Previous clubs: West Adelaide

AFL

AFL

AFL

Career games: 30 goals: 4

Career games: 64 goals: 6

Career games: 1 goals: 1

2018 games: 20 goals: -

2018 games: 21 goals: 2

2018 games: - goals: -

SANFL

SANFL

SANFL

Career games: 32 goals: 25

Career games: 41 goals: 3

Career games: 61 goals: 17

2018 games: - goals: -

2018 games: 1 goals: -

2018 games: 18 goals: 1

Player sponsors: PAFC Cheersquad, Westhoff Maintenence

Player sponsors: Adami’s Sand & Metal

Player sponsors: WE Hughes

JACK

HOMBSCH

Draft: 2011 AFL Draft, GWS 17-year-old access selection Previous clubs: Sturt/Greater Western Sydney AFL Career games: 98 goals: 1 2018 games: 13 goals: 1 SANFL Career games: 13 goals: 2018 games: 5 goals: Player sponsors: John & Jacki Gray 34 PORT ADELAIDE FOOTBALL CLUB YEARBOOK 2018

JAKE

PATMORE

Draft: 2017 AFL Draft, Pick No. 58 Previous clubs: Claremont AFL Yet to debut SANFL Career games: 18 goals: 16 2018 games: 18 goals: 16 Player sponsors: ATEK

PETER

LADHAMS

Draft: 2016 Rookie Draft, Pick No. 9 Previous clubs: Norwood AFL Yet to debut SANFL Career games: 30 goals: 25 2018 games: 14 goals: 10 Player sponsors: Harcourts Sergeant


JUSTIN

JARROD

WESTHOFF

DOM

LIENERT

BARRY

Draft: 2006 AFL Draft, Pick No. 71

Draft: 2018 Rookie Draft, Pick No. 42

Draft: 2017 AFL Draft, Pick No. 61

Previous clubs: Central District

Previous clubs: Sturt

Previous clubs: Melbourne

AFL

AFL

AFL

Career games: 248 goals: 291

Career games: 6 goals: -

Career games: 10 goals: 1-

2018 games: 22 goals: 24

2018 games: 6 goals: -

2018 games: 5 goals: -

SANFL

SANFL

SANFL

Career games: 26 goals: 57

Career games: 54 goals: 14

Career games: 11 goals: 4

2018 games: - goals: -

2018 games: 6 goals: 2

2018 games: 11 goals: 4

Player sponsors: Alexander Brown Architects & Hugh Burton Chambers

Player sponsors: Greg Bartholomew

Player sponsors: VDH Mechanical

TOM

JONAS

DAN

CAMERON

HOUSTON

HEWETT

Draft: 2011 Rookie Draft, Pick No. 16

Draft: 2016 Rookie Draft, Pick No. 45

Draft: 2016 Rookie Draft, Pick No. 28

Previous clubs: Norwood

Previous clubs: Oakleigh Chargers

Previous clubs: North Adelaide

AFL

AFL

AFL

Career games: 121 goals: 1

Career games: 39 goals: 4

Yet to debut

2018 games: 18 goals: -

2018 games: 22 goals: 2

SANFL

SANFL

SANFL

Career games: 43 goals: 6

Career games: 43 goals: 5

Career games: 18 goals: 10

2018 games: 12 goals: 2

2018 games: - goals: -

2018 games: - goals: -

Player sponsors: Peer

Player sponsors: Air Joinery

Player sponsors: Nexia Edwards Marshall

EMMANUEL

IRRA

SAM

GRAY

LINDSAY

THOMAS

Draft: 2016 Rookie Draft – Category B

Draft: 2015 Rookie Draft, Pick No. 29

Draft: 2006Rookie Draft, Pick No. 53

Previous clubs: South Adelaide

Previous clubs: Port Adelaide SANFL

AFL

AFL

Previous clubs: Port Adelaide SANFL/North Melbourne

Yet to debut

Career games: 76 goals: 63

SANFL

2018 games: 19 goals: 21

Career games: 70 goals: 2

SANFL

2018 games: 15 goals: 1

Career games: 97 goals: 65

Player sponsors: SigTech Designs

2018 games: 1 goals: Player sponsors: Rachel Lawrie Ray White

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SANFL BACK ROW: D. Ginever, T. McKenzie, J. Lienert, B. Frampton, S. Hayes, P. Ladhams, J. Hombsch, R. Bonner, H. Morgan

THIRD ROW: J. Settre (team manager), S. Thompson (asst coach), S. Powell-Pepper, J. Kluske, L. Thomas, E. Irra, J. Watts, C. Hewett, J. Atley, J. Garner, D. Finnie, C. Cornes (asst coach), S. Matthews (asst coach)

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L SECOND ROW: M. Gill (head trainer) , T. Hentschel (asst coach), S. Davidson, J. Trengove, A. Johnson, J. Toumpas, M. Lokan (coach), S. Summerton (captain), J. Patmore, D. Byrne-Jones, L. Proude, K. Farrell

FRONT ROW: W. Snelling, J. Strange, K. Crompton, S. Wong, S. Gray, J. Neade, D. Barry, M. Mead

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MATTHEW SA N F L S E N I O R COAC H

2019 is shaping to be an exciting season for Port Adelaide at SANFL level. It was disappointing the way we finished off last season but there is plenty to take away and plenty of upside in the team. Although results didn’t go our way, players showed development across the year and gained valuable experience. We had a young group with most of the AFL listed boys never having played senior league football before. Add to that a relatively inexperienced contracted list and some of the performances we put in were impressive. Our biggest problem was consistency, both in-game and from game-to-game. We simply were not able to perform at the required level for long enough in enough games. 2019 sees some significant changes both on and off the field for our club. This year we will not have a reserves side, after a change in SANFL rules regarding our involvement in the competition. That means we are limited in the number of contracted players we can have. We have farewelled Jack Kluske, Michael Ortiz, Darcy Ginever and Harrison Morgan along with

our inspirational captain Steven Summerton who has retired after more than 200 games. I was fortunate to both play with and coach Steven and he is unquestionably one of the most skilful, loyal and passionate Port Adelaide people I have ever come across. In his place we have recruited Cam Sutcliffe, who has played more than 100 AFL games for Fremantle, as our leadership player. He is a brilliant player and person and knows the history of this great club. We also welcome Matt Appleton from North Adelaide, Jack Elsworthy from the Eagles and Dallas Hill who formerly played for Central District. Former Port Adelaide players Tom Corcoran and Adam Mahney are also back after they played elsewhere in 2018. Playing for the Port Adelaide Football Club is a privilege and I know our new faces will respect that honour in the way they carry themselves each week on the field. The club has drafted some quality young talent, which I am excited to get to work with as they begin their push for AFL football. At Port Adelaide we expect to win and with the right attitude and effort we will.

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Round 1

PORT ADELAIDE 3.6 5.10 15.11 19.14 (128) ADELAIDE 0.3 2.4 3.4

4.9

(33)

Goals: Thomas 6, Kluske 3, Johnson 2, Frampton 2, Snelling, Hayes, Neade, Atley, Patmore, Proude Crowd: 2451 at Alberton Oval

Round 2

GLENELG 4.4 8.4 10.4

14.5 (89)

PORT ADELAIDE 3.2 6.3 11.5 14.8 (92) Goals: Ladhams 3, Neade 3, Hayes 2, Farrell 2, Trengove 2, Amon, Frampton Crowd: 2251 at Glenelg Oval

Round 3

PORT ADELAIDE 2.1 1.2 2.3 4.4 (28) WOODVILLE-WEST TORRENS 0.0 0.5 0.10 2.16 (28) Goals: Thomas 2, Snelling, Johnson Crowd: 1589 at Alberton Oval

Round 4

STURT 4.4 5.10 9.11 12.11 (83) PORT ADELAIDE 1.1 2.6 4.7 8.10 (58) Goals: Farrell 3, Trengove 2, Powell-Pepper, Mead, Lienert Crowd: 7965 at Peter Motley Oval

Round 5 - BYE

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Round 6

NORWOOD 5.5 11.7 14.9 17.12 (114) PORT ADELAIDE 1.4 5.7 8.9 13.12 (90) Goals: Farrell 2, Kluske 2, Powell-Pepper 2, Snelling, Patmore, Crompton, Mead, Atley, Rockliff, Frampton Crowd: 2642 at Coopers Stadium

Round 7

PORT ADELAIDE 2.2 3.3 5.6 8.8 (56) WEST ADELADE 3.4 8.6 12.7 13.10 (88) Goals: Davidson 2, Patmore 2, Kluske, Wong, Farrell, Hayes Crowd: 1501 at Alberton Oval

Round 8

PORT ADELAIDE 1.2 1.4 2.7 4.8 (32) NORTH ADELAIDE 5.1 11.3 13.7 17.9 (111) Goals: Thomas 2, Hayes, Patmore Crowd: 2378 at Alberton Oval

Round 9

SOUTH ADELAIDE 5.2 8.4 10.6 16.11 (107) PORT ADELAIDE 0.3 3.7 7.7 10.11 (71) Goals: Thomas 4, Kluske, Barry, Farrell, Hayes, Davis, Toumpas Crowd: 1774 at Hickinbotham Oval

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Round 10 CENTRAL DISTRICT 4.3 5.3 8.4 9.5 (59) PORT ADELAIDE 1.2 4.3 10.3 12.5 (77) Goals: Thomas 3, Barry 2, Farrell 2, Ladhams, Johnson, Marshall, Patmore, Proude Crowd: 2328 at My Money House Oval

Round 11 PORT ADELAIDE 2.4 3.4 6.5 10.7 (67) STURT 3.0 7.1 8.2

9.6 (60)

Goals: Watts 3, Trengove 2, Farrell 2, Neade, Johnson, Patmore Crowd: 1802 at Alberton Oval

Round 12 PORT ADELAIDE 2.4 4.7 6.10 8.12 (60) NORWOOD 2.2 5.6 8.7 13.10 (88) Goals: Kluske 2, Johnson 2, Watts 2, Farrell, Frampton Crowd: 2959 at Alberton Oval

Round 13 WOODVILLE-WEST TORRENS 2.2 3.3 7.8 11.10 (76) PORT ADELAIDE 5.0 7.3 9.4 9.5 (59) Goals: Patmore 3, Farrell 3, Kluske, Ladhams, Hewett Crowd: 2161 at Maughan Thiem Hyundai Oval

Round 14 ADELAIDE 2.2 7.9 7.10 17.14 (116) PORT ADELAIDE 1.7 2.7 8.12 8.12 (60) Goals: Lienert, Barry, Morgan, Marshall, Crompton, Patmore, Johnson, Summerton Crowd: 2310 at Kadina Oval

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Round 15

PORT ADELAIDE 0.6 3.8 5.9 9.14 (68) GLENELG 3.3 8.3 12.6 16.7 (103) Goals: Farrell 3, Frampton 2, Patmore, Neade, Toumpas, Morgan Crowd: 1608 at Alberton Oval

Round 16

PORT ADELAIDE 0.0 3.4 5.5 6.7

(43)

SOUTH ADELAIDE 3.5 4.10 10.11 17.15 (117) Goals: Thomas 2, Davidson 2, Wong, Ladhams Crowd: 1474 at Alberton Oval

Round 17

WEST ADELAIDE 1.5 5.7 10.13 12.15 (87) PORT ADELAIDE 0.0 4.3 4.4 9.7 (61) Goals: Snelling 3, Ladhams 2, Johnson, Hewett, Morgan, Proude Crowd: 1100 at City Mazda Stadium

Round 18

PORT ADELAIDE 1.3 5.3 7.3 10.6 (66) CENTRAL DISTRICT 6.0 7.2 11.3 14.4 (88) Goals: Patmore 3, Ortiz 2, Morgan 2, Frampton, Neade, Thomas Crowd: 1640 at Alberton Oval

ROUND 19

NORTH ADELAIDE 4.5 6.8 7.10 11.12 (78) PORT ADELAIDE 2.1 7.4 10.7 11.8 (74) Goals: Ladhams 2, Trengove 2, Ortiz, Morgan, Thomas, Johnson, Patmore, Wong, Summerton Crowd: 2201 at Prospect Oval

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SANFL PLAYER STEVEN

SUMMERTON

LEVI

PROUDE

DALE

FINNIE

CAPTAIN SANFL

SANFL

SANFL

Career games: 228 goals: 150

Career games: 12 goals: 3

Career games: 5 goals: -

2018 games: 18 goals: 3

2018 games: 12 goals: 3

2018 games: 5 goals: -

RESERVES

RESERVES

RESERVES

2018 games: - goals: -

2018 games: 3 goals: 1

2018 games: 13 goals: 1

Player Sponsor: AA Secondhand Pallets

Player Sponsor: Skala Bakery

MITCHELL

MEAD

SAM

DAVIDSON

LEWIN

DAVIS

SANFL

SANFL

SANFL

Career games: 7 goals: 2

Career games: 15 goals: 4

Career games: 2 goals: 1

2018 games: 7 goals: 2

2018 games: 15 goals: 4

2018 games: 2 goals: 1

RESERVES

RESERVES

RESERVES

2018 games: 10 goals: 5

2018 games: - goals: -

2018 games: 7 goals: 4

Player Sponsor: Margaret Quinlan

Player Sponsor: Smiths Brothers Plumbing

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GINEVER

SIMON

WONG

JACK

STRANGE

SANFL

SANFL

SANFL

Career games: 7 goals: -

Career games: 9 goals: 3

Career games: 13 goals: -

2018 games: 7 goals: -

2018 games: 9 goals: 3

2018 games: 13 goals: -

RESERVES

RESERVES

RESERVES

2018 games: 10 goals: -

2018 games: 9 goals: 4

2018 games: 2 goals: -

HARRISON

MORGAN

KYLE

CROMPTON

MICHAEL

ORTIZ

SANFL

SANFL

SANFL

Career games: 6 goals: 6

Career games: 4 goals: 2

Career games: 3 goals: 3

2018 games: 6 goals: 6

2018 games: 4 goals: 2

2018 games: 3 goals: 3

RESERVES

RESERVES

RESERVES

2018 games: 9 goals: 10

2018 games: 14 goals: 7

2018 games: 14 goals: 8

JACK

KLUSKE

MONYJATH

MAKOI

SANFL

SANFL

Career games: 18 goals: 10

Career games: 2 goals: -

2018 games: 18 goals: 10

2018 games: 2 goals: -

RESERVES

RESERVES

2018 games: - goals: -

2018 games: 13 goals: 2

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RESERVE BACK ROW: T. Welsby, H. Morgan, T. Parker-Boers, T. Russo, M. Makoi, B. Edwards, T. Oakley, L. Smith, D. Ginever

SECOND ROW: R. Blyth (team manager) M. Gill (head trainer) T. Lockwood, T. Wheadon, M. Walton, B. Jones, B. Glover, B. Ashby, O. Petrohilos, W. Angelberger, C. Johnson (runner)

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ES FRONT ROW: L. Proude, K. Crompton, E. Bell, S. Mathews (coach), C. Shaoliang, S. Wong, M. Mead

SEATED ROW: D. Finnie, S. Boots, J. Strange, O. Patterson, E. Laughton, W. Drummond

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Round - BYE Round 2

GLENELG 8.6 12.10 18.16 23.19 (157) PORT ADELAIDE 0.0 2.0 2.0

5.0

(30)

Goals: R. North 2, A. Coxon, K. Crompton, S. Wong Round 3

PORT ADELAIDE 1.2 2.7 3.7 5.8 (38) WOODVILLE-WEST TORRENS 3.5 4.7 6.12 11.13 (79) Goals: M. Mead, D. Thorpe-Morgan, B. Cameron, S. Chen, O. Petrohilos Round 4

STURT 6.4 6.4 15.5 21.7 (133) PORT ADELAIDE 3.1 5.2 5.2 7.3 (45) Goals: H. Morgan 3, M. Makoi, R. North, S. Boots, S. Chen Round 6 NORWOOD 4.5 9.10 11.17 17.19 (121) PORT ADELAIDE 2.3 3.3 3.5 4.6

(30)

Goals: L. Davis 2, S. Chen, S. Wong Round 7

PORT ADELAIDE 0.0 1.0 4.0 4.0 (24) WEST ADELAIDE 6.5 11.9 16.11 24.15 (159) Goals: T. Parker-Boers 2, K. Crompton, M. Mead Round 8

PORT ADELAIDE 1.0 2.0 3.1 5.2 (32) NORTH ADELAIDE 4.2 6.6 12.9 18.13 (121) Goals: M. Mead, R. North, L. Davis, S. Wong, H. Morgan

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Round 9 SOUTH ADELAIDE 3.6 11.9 15.13 17.17 (119) PORT ADELAIDE 3.2 3.3 7.4 12.5 (77) Goals: H. Morgan 3, M. Mead 2, E. Bell, S. Wong, R. North, O. Petrohilos, S. Boots, T. Welsby, O. Patterson Round 10 CENTRAL DISTRICT 4.3 6.8 10.8 12.14 (86) PORT ADELAIDE 1.2 1.3 4.6 7.9 (51) Goals: D. Thorpe-Morgan 3, H. Morgan, M. Ortiz, T. Wheadon, R. North Round 11 Round 11 PORT ADELAIDE 0.0 1.2 1.2 2.5

(17)

STURT 5.5 7.8 15.12 18.15 (123) Goals: M. Ortiz 2

Round 12 PORT ADELAIDE 0.0 3.1 4.3 9.6

(60)

NORWOOD 7.7 11.7 15.9 20.11 (131) Goals: H. Morgan 2, S. Boots 2, M. Ortiz 2, K. Crompton, D. Thorpe-Morgan, S. Chen Round 13 WOODVILLE-WEST TORRENS 5.3 12.5 15.6 23.10 (148) PORT ADELAIDE 1.2 2.2 3.8 4.8

(32)

Goals: T. Russo, T. Lockwood, K. Crompton, L. Davis Round 14- BYE Round 15 PORT ADELAIDE 1.1 2.1 3.3 4.3 (27) GLENELG 3.2 12.5 17.5 27.9 (171) Goals: T. Russo, K. Crompton, M. Makoi, L. Proude

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Round 16 PORT ADELAIDE 1.2 2.2 4.5 5.5

(35)

SOUTH ADELAIDE 6.2 9.10 12.11 15.14 (104) Goals: T. Russo, T. Welsby, K. Crompton, M. Ortiz, T. Lockwood Round 17 WEST ADELAIDE 5.7 8.12 10.16 13.19 (97) PORT ADELAIDE 0.0 1.3 1.3 5.3 (33) Goals: K. Crompton, S. Chen, T. Oakley, T. Welsby, B. Cameron Round 18 PORT ADELAIDE 0.0 2.2 3.3

4.5

(29)

CENTRAL DISTRICT 5.4 10.5 13.10 19.12 (126) Goals: O. Petrohilos 2, T. Welsby, W. Drummond Round 19 NORTH ADELAIDE 7.4 13.10 20.17 27.22 (184) PORT ADELAIDE 1.0 2.0 3.0 3.1

(19)

Goals: T. Parker-Boers, A. Coxon, D. Finnie

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BEST 2018 AWA R D W I N N E R S

AFL AWARD WINNERS

SANFL AWARD WINNERS

RESERVES AWARD WINNERS

JOHN CAHILL MEDAL (BEST AND FAIREST) Justin Westhoff

A.R. MCLEAN MEDAL (BEST AND FAIREST) Will Snelling

RESERVES BEST & FAIREST Kyle Crompton

2ND – JOHN CAHILL MEDAL Tom Jonas & Ollie Wines

RUNNER-UP Jack Trengove

RUNNER-UP Michael Ortiz

FOS WILLIAMS MEDAL (BEST TEAM MAN) Tom Jonas

THIRD PLACE Jimmy Toumpas

THIRD PLACE Dale Finnie

FOS WILLIAMS MEMORIAL TROPHY (MOST DEDICATED) Will Snelling

COACHES’ TROPHY Brad Jones

GAVIN WANGANEEN AWARD (BEST PLAYER UNDER 21) Dan Houston COACHES’ AWARD (MOST IMPROVED) Dan Houston

ANTHONY WILLIAMS MEMORIAL TROPHY (MOST COURAGEOUS) Jack Trengove

JOHN MCCARTHY AWARD (FOR COMMUNITY SERVICE) Justin Westhoff

MAX PORTER MEMORIAL TROPHY (MOST CONSISTENT) Jimmy Toumpas BRUCE WEBER MEMORIAL TROPHY (BEST TEAM MAN) Jack Strange LEADING GOALKICKER Lindsay Thomas (21 goals)

BEST TEAM MAN Ethan Bell MOST COURAGEOUS Dale Finnie ALF GLENNON MEMORIAL TROPHY (MOST DEDICATED) Ryan North HAROLD PENN MEMORIAL TROPHY (MOST IMPROVED) Mony Makoi

BOB CLAYTON AWARD Steven Summerton BEST FIRST YEAR PLAYER Jack Kluske

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JUSTIN B E S T A N D FA I R E S T - A F L

Justin Westhoff was a popular winner when he was awarded the John Cahill Medal as Port Adelaide’s 2018 Best and Fairest in October. The 32-year-old polled 179 votes to finish 17 clear of joint runners up Tom Jonas and Ollie Wines. He had trailed them heading into the final game of the season but polled 20 of a maximum 25 votes to claim his first John Cahill Medal in front of more than 1000 people at the Adelaide Convention Centre. Westhoff is the fifteenth player to win the medal since Darren Mead’s inaugural accomplishment in 1997 and the oldest to ever claim the award. The oldest player on the Power’s list polled in 20 of the side’s 22 games including three best on ground performances, showing remarkable consistency during the 2018 campaign. “After 12 years you get on and to be still around and still be relevant in the game and to be standing up here at the moment is pretty humbling,” Westhoff said to cheers of “Hoff” from a raucous crowd.

“To shake Jack’s (John Cahill’s) hand and join guys like Robbie Gray and legends of the club is truly an honour. “It’s a bit of a shock to be honest. I’ve been in the game for 12 years and I’ve finally done something with my career so that’s nice. “The longer you’re in the game, the harder it is and you just want to still be relevant within your club and to contribute. “I feel like I’ve done that… and hopefully going forward I can do that again and win the ultimate thing for the club, that’s the ultimate goal with anything you do. “I would trade this in a second for a premiership with the guys we’ve got playing. “But it’s a nice feeling to be standing here and to still be contributing to your club at this age, which is amazing to be honest.” The award capped a wonderful season for the veteran utility who also signed a one-year contract extension to play on in 2019. Joining Westhoff, Jonas and Wines in the top five vote getters were Robbie Gray and Jared Polec.

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It’s a nice feeling to be standing here and to still be contributing to your club at this age, which is amazing to be honest.


WILL

IT’s BEEN A GOOD YEAR FOR ME, I’ve GAINED A Lot of COnfidence

B E S T A N D FA I R E S T - SA N F L

It was a bitter sweet 2018 season for consistent midfielder Will Snelling, who was awarded the A.R. McLean Medal as Port Adelaide’s best and fairest in the SANFL but then delisted. Snelling finished 21 votes clear of runner-up Jack Trengove and 38 ahead of third-placed Jimmy Toumpas. The 21-year-old polled votes in 15 of the Magpies’ 18 games, including two best on ground performances, to claim his first A.R McLean Medal in front of more than a thousand people at the Adelaide Convention Centre in October. Snelling was also the club’s best vote getter at the Magarey Medal count after being one of just four players to feature for the Magpies in all 18 SANFL games in 2018. “It’s been a good year for me, I’ve gained a lot of confidence through my performances,” he said.

Joining Snelling, Trengove and Toumpas in the top five vote-getters were retiring captain Steven Summerton and ruckman Billy Frampton. Snelling also won the Fos Williams Memorial Trophy as the most dedicated player, capping a strong season. While he was later delisted after three seasons at Alberton, he has not given up hope on his AFL dream. A highly touted junior, Snelling was picked up in the 2015 Rookie Draft, immediately after winning the 2015 SANFL Premiership with West Adelaide. The rookie forced his way into the AFL side, making his debut in the last round of the 2016 season but struggled for opportunity after that. The club has thanked Snelling for his commitment and service and wishes him and his family well for the future.

“I’m still at a young age so I think I’ve still got a lot ahead of me. “It’s a huge honour to win this award and I wouldn’t be up here without a lot of key people in my life – it’s a culmination of all of their work.”

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MILESTONES AND DEBUTANTS

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MILESTONES AND DEBUTANTS

RECORDS

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MILESTONES AND DEBUTANTS

DEBUTANTS

Sam Powell-Pepper

LADDERS

Round 4 v Sturt

AFL

Tom Rockliff Round 4 v Sturt

Dom Barry

Darcy Ginever

Round 1 v Fremantle

Round 6 v Norwood

Steven Motlop

Simon Wong

Round 1 v Fremantle

Round 7 v West Adelaide

Tom Rockliff

Lewin Davis

Round 1 v Fremantle

Round 9 v South Adelaide

AFL POS CLUB

P

W

L

D

F

A

%

PTS

1

Richmond (3)

22 18

4

0

2143

1574

136.1

72

2

West Coast (1)

22 16

6

0

2012

1657

121.4

64

3

Collingwood (2)

22 15

7

0

2046

1699

120.4

60

4

Hawthorn (5)

22 15

7

0

1972

1642

120.1

60

5

Melbourne (4)

22 14

8

0

2299

1749

131.4

56

Sydney (7)

22 14

8

0

1822

1664

109.5

56

GWS (6)

22 13

8

1

1898

1661

114.3

54

Jack Watts

Dale Finnie

6

Round 1 v Fremantle

Round 9 v South Adelaide

7

Trent McKenzie

Jack Watts

8

Geelong (8)

22 13

9

0

2045

1554

131.6

52

Round 4 v Essendon

Round 11 v Sturt

9

North Melbourne

22 12

10

0

1950

1790

108.9

48

Lindsay Thomas

Harrison Morgan

10

Port Adelaide

22 12

10

0

1780

1654

107.6

48

11

Essendon

22 12

10

0

1932

1838

105.1

48

12

Adelaide

22 12

10

0

1941

1865

104.1

48

13

Western Bulldogs

22

8

14

0

1575

2037

77.3

32

14

Fremantle

22

8

14

0

1556

2041

76.2

32

17

0

1825

2049

89.1

20

Round 5 v Geelong

Round 14 v Adelaide

Jack Trengove

Michael Ortiz

Round 15 v Carlton

Round 17 v West Adelaide

Jarrod Lienert

Monyjath Makoi

15

Brisbane

22

5

Round 18 v Central District

16

St Kilda

22

4

17

1

1606

2125

75.6

18

17

Gold Coast

22

4

18

0

1308

2182

59.9

16

18

Carlton

22

2

20

0

1353

2282

59.3

8

Round 18 v Greater Western Sydney

Kane Farrell Round 19 v Western Bulldogs

Billy Frampton Round 23 v Essendon

SANFL Kane Farrell Round 1 v Adelaide

Joel Garner Round 1 v Adelaide

Sam Hayes Round 1 v Adelaide

Jack Kluske Round 1 v Adelaide

Trent McKenzie Round 1 v Adelaide

Jake Patmore Round 1 v Adelaide

Levi Proude

AFL/SANFL denotes debut club and league game.MILESTONES

AFL 50 GAMES Darcy Byrne-Jones Round 7 v West Coast

Tom Clurey Round 11 v Hawthorn

100 GAMES Jared Polec Round 17 v Fremantle

150 GAMES Hamish Hartlett Round 2 v Sydney

Steven Motlop Round 16 v St Kilda

SANFL 50 GAMES Jarrod Lienert

Round 1 v Adelaide

Round 2 v Glenelg

Jack Strange

Will Snelling

Round 1 v Adelaide

Lindsay Thomas Round 1 v Adelaide

Sam Davidson

SANFL POS TEAM

P

W

L

D

%

PTS

1.

Norwood (2)

18

14

4

0

57.42

28

2.

Eagles (3)

18

12

5

1

55.78

25

3.

Sturt (4)

18

12

6

0

55.10

24

4.

South Adelaide (5)

18

11

7

0

55.52

22

5.

North Adelaide (1)

18

11

7

0

52.34

22

6.

Glenelg

18

9

9

0

49.12

18

7.

West Adelaide

18

8

10

0

47.05

16

8.

Central District

18

7

11

0

47.37

14

9.

Port Adelaide

18

4

13

1

43.83

9

10.

Adelaide

18

1

17

0

37.10

2

Number in brackets is position after finals

RESERVES P

W

L

D

%

PTS

Round 8 v North Adelaide

1

Norwood

18

13

5

0

55.05

26

Jimmy Toumpas

2

Glenelg

18

12

6

0

59.50

24

3

North Adelaide

18

12

6

0

57.90

24

4

West Adelaide

18

11

7

0

59.34

22

5

Central District

18

10

8

0

50.41

20

Round 14 v Adelaide

Billy Frampton

Round 2 v Glenelg

Round 15 v Glenelg

Jack Trengove

Jake Neade

Round 2 v Glenelg

Number in brackets is position after finals

Round 17 v West Adelaide

Dom Barry Round 3 v Woodville-West Torrens

Kyle Crompton Round 4 v Sturt

Mitchell Mead Round 4 v Sturt

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6

Sturt

18

8

9

1

52.76

17

7

South Adelaide

18

8

10

0

47.97

16

8

Eagles

18

6

11

1

50.50

13

9

Port Adelaide

18

0

18

0

20.82

0

Number in brackets is position after finals


MILESTONES AND DEBUTANTS

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HONOUR ROLL AFL CHAIRMAN AND PRESIDENT

CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

BEST AND FAIREST

LEADING GOALKICKER

YEAR

POS

2018

10

D.J.Koch

K.A.Thomas

T.A.Boak

J. Westhoff

R.T. Gray

36

K.M. Hinkley

2017

7

D.J.Koch

K.A.Thomas

T.A.Boak

P. Ryder

C.G. Dixon

49

K.M. Hinkley

2016

10

D.J.Koch

K.A.Thomas

T.A.Boak

R.T. Gray

C.J. Wingard

38

K.M. Hinkley

2015

9

D.J.Koch

K.A.Thomas

T.A.Boak

R.T. Gray

C.J. Wingard

53

K.M. Hinkley

2014

3

D.J.Koch

K.A.Thomas

T.A.Boak

R.T. Gray

J.M.Schulz

66

K.M. Hinkley

2013

6

D.J.Koch

K.A.Thomas

T.A.Boak

C.J Wingard

J.M.Schulz

49

K.M. Hinkley/A.R Richardson^

2012

14

B.Duncanson/ D.J.Koch

K.A.Thomas

D.Cassisi

K.G. Cornes

J.M.Schulz

42

M.R.Primus/G.A. Hocking^

2011

16

B.Duncanson

M.E.Haysman/ K.A.Thomas

D.Cassisi

T.A. Boak/J.T. Trengove

R.T.Gray

32

M.M.Williams/ M.R.Primus^

CLUB CAPTAIN

GOALS

COACH

2010

10

B.Duncanson

M.E.Haysman

D.Cassisi

K.G. Cornes

J.M.Schulz

33

M.M.Williams

2009

10

B.Duncanson

M.E.Haysman

D.Cassisi

W.G. Tredrea

W.G.Tredrea

51

M.M.Williams

2008

13

G.C.Boulton

J.M.James

W.G.Tredrea

K.G. Cornes

D.Motlop

57

M.M.Williams

2007

2

G.C.Boulton

J.M.James

W.G.Tredrea

K.G. Cornes

B.A.Ebert

56

M.M.Williams

2006

12

G.C.Boulton

J.M.James

W.G.Tredrea

B.D. Lade

J.W.Mahoney

29

M.M.Williams

2005

6

G.C.Boulton

J.M.James

M.R.Primus

W.G. Tredrea

W.G.Tredrea

65

M.M.Williams

2004

1

G.C.Boulton

B.A.Cunningham

M.R.Primus

W.G. Tredrea

W.G.Tredrea

81

M.M.Williams

2003

4

G.C.Boulton

B.A.Cunningham

M.R.Primus

G.A. Wanganeen

W.G.Tredrea

58

M.M.Williams

2002

3

G.C.Boulton

B.A.Cunningham

M.R.Primus

M.R. Primus

S.A.Dew

51

M.M.Williams

2001

5

G.C.Boulton

B.A.Cunningham

M.R.Primus

W.G. Tredrea

W.G.Tredrea

51

M.M.Williams

2000

14

G.C.Boulton

B.A.Cunningham

G.A.Wanganeen

B.A. Montgomery W.G.Tredrea

32

M.M.Williams

1999

7

G.C.Boulton

B.A.Cunningham

G.A.Wanganeen

S.M. Paxman

W.G.Tredrea

40

M.M.Williams

1998

10

G.C.Boulton

B.A.Cunningham

G.A.Wanganeen

A.S. Kingsley

W.G.Tredrea

33

J.V.Cahill

1997

9

G.C.Boulton

B.A.Cunningham

G.A.Wanganeen

D.I. Mead

S.Cummings

70

J.V.Cahill

^ denotes coach acting in caretaker capacity

SANFL (SINCE 1997) SANFL PRESIDENT

SANFL CHAIR OF MANAGEMENT

SANFL CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

SANFL CAPTAIN

SANFL BEST & FAIREST

SANFL LEADING GOALKICKER

9

S.P. Summerton

W. Snelling

L. Thomas

21

M. Lokan

7

S.P. Summerton

B.R.J. Ah Chee

B.G. Eddy

59

C.S. Cornes

2016

6

S.P. Summerton

K.S. Mitchell

L. Reynolds

43

C.S. Cornes

2015

4

S.P. Summerton

S.P. Summerton

M.J. Harvey

21

G.A Hocking

2014

2

SANFL Chair of Management

General Manager SANFL

S.P. Summerton

S.P. Summerton

J.W. Butcher

32

G.A Hocking

2013

6

G. Fiacchi/T. Thiele

B.Leys/M. Bishop

J.R. Meiklejohn

S.R.Gray

J.R.J. Thurgood

38

K.D McGregor

2012

7

A. Panas

N.Rawlings/B.Leys

J.R.Meiklejohn

J.L.Clayton

L.N.Harder

29

A.D.Bamford

2011

6

A. Panas

N.Rawlings

J.R.Meiklejohn

M.R.Dolling

B.T.Mercer

30

A.D.Bamford

SANFL President

SANFL Chairman

SANFL Chief Executive Officer

YEAR

POS

2018 2017

GOALS

COACH

2010

8

J.Firth

B. McFarlane

G.Edwards/N. Rawlings

J.R.Meiklejohn

S.P.Summerton

C.T.Cloke

25

A.D.Bamford

2009

8

R.Cope

B. McFarlane

M.P.Richardson/G. Edwards

C.L.AhChee

B.J.Murray

J.A.Perry

43

T.Ginever

2008

5

R.Cope

R. Cope

M.P.Richardson

C.L.AhChee

J.L.Clayton

D.A.Hargraves

53

T.Ginever

2007

6

R.Cope

R. Cope

M.P.Richardson

M.P.Clayton

J.L.Clayton

B.P.LeCras

45

T.Ginever

2006

5

D.Basheer

D. Basheer

M.P.Richardson

M.P.Clayton

J.L.Clayton

C.R.Waterhouse

52

T.Ginever

2005

3

D.Basheer

D. Basheer

M.P.Richardson

A.J.Brown

J.L.Clayton

C.R.Waterhouse

75

J.V.Cahill

2004

6

D.Basheer

D. Basheer

P.J.Belton

A.J.Brown

K.DePasquale

P.T.Evans

29

M.Knights

2003

5

B.Duncanson

B. Duncanson

P.J.Belton

D.J.Poole

B.A.Ebert

P.T.Evans

46

S.F.Williams

2002

6

B.Duncanson

B. Duncanson

P.J.Belton

D.J.Poole

C.L.AhChee

M.W.B.Lokan

22

S.F.Williams

2001

3

B.Duncanson

J.D McBain

P.J.Belton

D.J.Poole

R.P.O'Connor

A.J.Brown

27

S.F.Williams

2000

2

B.Duncanson

J.D McBain

P.J.Belton

D.J.Poole

P.S.McGuiness

P.J.Smith

41

S.F.Williams

1999

1

B.Duncanson

J.D McBain

D.S.Hutton/ P.J.Belton

D.J.Brown

D.J.Poole

P.T.Evans

35

S.F.Williams

1998

1

F.E.Hayter

J.D McBain

D.S.Hutton

D.R.Borlase

B.A.Beinke

B.A.Beinke

39

S.F.Williams

F.E.Hayter

S.J Forrest/ J.D.McBain

D.S.Hutton

T.Ginever

T.Ginever

P.S.McGuiness

36

S.F.Williams

1997

2

82 PORT ADELAIDE FOOTBALL CLUB YEARBOOK 2018


HONOUR ROLL SANFL YEAR

POS PRESIDENT

CHAIRMAN

CEO

CAPTAIN

BEST & FAIREST

LEADING GOALKICKER

GOALS COACH

Port Adelaide admitted to Australian Football League for 1997 season 1996

1

G.C.Boulton

B.E.Wilson/ S.J.Forest

R.T.Clayton/ D.S.Hutton

T.Ginever

S.L.Hodges

S.L.Hodges

117*

J.V.Cahill/ S.F.Williams

1995

1

G.C.Boulton

B.E.Wilson

B.A.Cunningham

T.Ginever

R.J.West

M.J.Tylor

53

J.V.Cahill

1994

1

G.C.Boulton

B.E.Wilson

B.A.Cunningham

T.Ginever

T.Ginever

S.L.Hodges

130*

J.V.Cahill

1993

3

G.C.Boulton

B.E.Wilson

B.A.Cunningham

G.I.Phillips

T.I.Bond

M.J.Tylor

93*

J.V.Cahill

1992

1

B.H.Weber

B.H.Weber

B.A.Cunningham

G.I.Phillips

N.C.Buckley+

M.J.Tylor

97*

J.V.Cahill

1991

5

B.H.Weber

B.H.Weber

R.T.Clayton

G.I.Phillips

P.J.Northeast

D.R.Borlase

25

J.V.Cahill

1990

1

B.H.Weber

B.H.Weber

R.T.Clayton

R.H.Johnston

S.L.Hodges+

S.LHodges

153*

J.V.Cahill

R.T.Clayton

R.H.Johnston

R.H.Johnston

S.LHodges

79

J.V.Cahill

1989

1

B.H.Weber

A.R.McLean O.B.E.

1988

1

B.H.Weber

A.R.McLean O.B.E.

D.J.McKenzie

R.H.Johnston

G.I.Phillips

S.LHodges

74

J.V.Cahill

1987

4

B.H.Weber

A.R.McLean O.B.E.

D.J.McKenzie

R.H.Johnston

B.R.Abernethy

D.M.Smith

71

R.F.Ebert

1986

4

B.H.Weber

A.R.McLean O.B.E.

D.J.McKenzie

R.H.Johnston

M.J.Leslie

D.M.Smith

49

R.F.Ebert

1985

7

K.L.Duthie

A.R.McLean O.B.E.

D.J.McKenzie

R.F.Ebert

C.E.Bradley

T.N.Evans

96

R.F.Ebert

1984

2

K.L.Duthie

A.R.McLean O.B.E.

D.J.McKenzie

R.F.Ebert

C.E.Bradley

T.N.Evans

137

R.F.Ebert

1983

6

K.L.Duthie

J.J.Swain/ A.R.McLean O.B.E.

R.B.Taylor

R.F.Ebert

S.R.Clifford

T.N.Evans

63

R.F.Ebert

1982

3

K.L.Duthie

J.J.Swain

R.B.Taylor

B.A.Cunningham

C.E.Bradley

T.N.Evans

125*

J.V.Cahill

1981

1

K.L.Duthie

J.J.Swain

R.B.Taylor

B.A.Cunningham

R.F.Ebert

T.N.Evans

98*

J.V.Cahill

1980

1

K.L.Duthie

J.J.Swain

A.R.McLean

B.A.Cunningham

S.R.Clifford

T.N.Evans

146*

J.V.Cahill

1979

1

K.L.Duthie

J.J.Swain

A.R.McLean

B.A.Cunningham

M.S.Faletic

T.N.Evans

82

J.V.Cahill

1978

3

K.L.Duthie

J.J.Swain

A.R.McLean

R.F.Ebert

S.R.Clifford

T.N.Evans

90*

J.V.Cahill

1977

1

K.L.Duthie

J.J.Swain

A.R.McLean

R.F.Ebert

R.F.Ebert

T.N.Evans

88*

J.V.Cahill

1976

2

K.L.Duthie

J.J.Swain

A.R.McLean

R.F.Ebert

R.F.Ebert+

R.G.Gerlach

90

J.V.Cahill

1975

3

K.L.Duthie

J.J.Swain

A.R.McLean

R.F.Ebert

P.B.Woite+

T.N.Evans

64

J.V.Cahill

1974

3

K.L.Duthie

J.J.Swain

A.R.McLean

R.F.Ebert

R.F.Ebert+

D.F.Cahill

54

J.V.Cahill

1973

5

K.L.Duthie

J.J.Swain

A.R.McLean

J.V.Cahill

J.V.Cahill

J.V.Cahill

59

F.N.Williams

1972

2

F.B.Harvey

C.A.Darwent

A.R.McLean

J.V.Cahill

R.F.Ebert

M.D.James

62

F.N.Williams

1971

2

F.B.Harvey

C.A.Darwent

A.R.McLean

J.V.Cahill

R.F.Ebert+

E.W.Freeman

50

F.N.Williams

1970

3

F.B.Harvey

C.A.Darwent

A.R.McLean

J.V.Cahill

J.V.Cahill

E.W.Freeman

75

F.N.Williams

1969

6

F.B.Harvey

C.A.Darwent

A.R.McLean

J.V.Cahill

J.G.Potter

M.Dittmar

28

F.N.Williams

1968

2

F.B.Harvey

C.A.Darwent

A.R.McLean

J.V.Cahill

J.V.Cahill

R.F.Ebert

44

F.N.Williams

1967

2

F.B.Harvey

C.A.Darwent

A.R.McLean

J.V.Cahill

J.G.Potter

E.W.Freeman

74

F.N.Williams

1966

2

F.B.Harvey

C.A.Darwent

A.R.McLean

G.P.Motley

J.V.Cahill

E.W.Freeman

81*

F.N.Williams

1965

1

F.B.Harvey

C.A.Darwent

A.R.McLean

G.P.Motley

G.P.Motley

E.W.Freeman

74

F.N.Williams

1964

2

F.B.Harvey

C.A.Darwent

A.R.McLean

G.P.Motley

J.G.Potter

J.G.Potter

42

F.N.Williams

1963

1

F.B.Harvey

C.A.Darwent

A.R.McLean

G.P.Motley

G.P.Motley

R.H.Johns

54*

F.N.Williams

1962

1

F.B.Harvey

C.A.Darwent

A.R.McLean

G.P.Motley

P.K.Obst

R.H.Johns

76*

F.N.Williams

1961

3

F.B.Harvey

C.A.Darwent

A.R.McLean

G.P.Motley

J.G.Potter

R.H.Johns

54

G.P.Motley

1960

3

F.B.Harvey

C.A.Darwent

A.R.McLean

G.P.Motley

N.C.Hayes

W.J.Dittmar

69*

G.P.Motley

1959

1

F.B.Harvey

C.A.Darwent

A.R.McLean

G.P.Motley

G.P.Motley

W.J.Dittmar

74*

G.P.Motley

1958

1

F.B.Harvey

C.A.Darwent

A.R.McLean

F.N.Williams

G.P.Motley

R.H.Johns

55*

F.N.Williams

1957

1

F.B.Harvey

C.A.Darwent

A.R.McLean

F.N.Williams

N.C.Hayes

R.H.Johns

77

F.N.Williams

1956

1

F.B.Harvey

C.A.Darwent

A.R.McLean

F.N.Williams

A.E.Whelan

R.H.Johns

70*

F.N.Williams

1955

1

F.B.Harvey

C.A.Darwent

A.R.McLean

F.N.Williams

F.N.Williams

F.N.Williams

35

F.N.Williams

1954

1

F.B.Harvey

A.J.Swain

A.R.McLean

F.N.Williams

R.W.Clitt

T.E.Garland

44

F.N.Williams

1953

2

F.B.Harvey

A.J.Swain

A.R.McLean

F.N.Williams

H.A.McDonald

R.D.Whitaker

35

F.N.Williams

1952

3

F.B.Harvey

A.J.Swain

A.R.McLean

F.N.Williams

R.D.Whitaker

R.W.Clitt

27

F.N.Williams

1951

1

Dr.W.H.Baudinet A.J.Swain

A.R.McLean

F.N.Williams

R.L.Russell

N.E.Clark

37

F.N.Williams

1950

3

Dr.W.H.Baudinet A.J.Swain

A.R.McLean

F.N.Williams

F.N.Williams

F.N.Williams

40

F.N.Williams

1949

6

Dr.P.T.S.Cherry

A.J.Swain

A.R.McLean

R.C.Schumann

R.L.Russell

K.L.Zucker

51

J.McCarthy

1948

7

Dr.P.T.S.Cherry

A.J.Swain

C.Hayter/ L.C.Dayman

L.E.Roberts

R.L.Russell

A.R.McLean

48

L.E.Roberts

1947

3

Dr.P.T.S.Cherry

A.J.Swain

C.Hayter

R.B.Quinn

R.B.Quinn

A.R.McLean

80*

R.B.Quinn

PORT ADELAIDE FOOTBALL CLUB YEARBOOK 2018 83


HONOUR ROLL

YEAR

POS PRESIDENT

CHAIRMAN

CEO

CAPTAIN

BEST & FAIREST

LEADING GOALKICKER

GOALS COACH

1946

2

Dr.P.T.S.Cherry

A.J.Swain

C.Hayter

R.B.Quinn

L.E.Roberts

K.M.Jolly

46

R.B.Quinn

1945

2

Dr.P.T.S.Cherry

A.J.Swain

C.Hayter

R.B.Quinn

R.B.Quinn+

R.B.Quinn

51

R.B.Quinn

NORMAL LEAGUE FOOTBALL RESUMES 1944

2

Dr.P.T.S.Cherry

A.J.Swain

C.Hayter

L.E.Roberts

No Awards Combined with West Torrens

M.Drury

1943

2

Dr.P.T.S.Cherry

A.J.Swain

C.Hayter

L.E.Roberts

No Awards Combined with West Torrens

S.Hosking

1942

1

Dr.P.T.S.Cherry

A.J.Swain

C.Hayter

L.E.Roberts

No Awards Combined with West Torrens

S.Hosking

PORT ADELAIDE COMBINED WITH WEST TORRENS FOOTBALL CLUB DURING WORLD WAR TWO 1941

4

Dr.P.T.S.Cherry

A.J.Swain

C.Hayter

A.R.Reval

J.D.Skelly

A.R.McLean

62

A.R.Reval

1940

3

Dr.P.T.S.Cherry

A.J.Swain

C.Hayter

R.B.Quinn/ A.R.Reval

R.C.Schumann

A.R.McLean

47

R.B.Quinn/ A.R.Reval

1939

1

Dr.P.T.S.Cherry

A.J.Swain

C.Hayter

R.B.Quinn

A.R.Reval

H.J.Abbott

49

R.B.Quinn

1938

2

Dr.P.T.S.Cherry

A.J.Swain

C.Hayter

N.Hender

R.B.Quinn+

A.E.Hollingworth 45

S.Hosking

R.B.Quinn

S.Hosking

1937

1

Dr.P.T.S.Cherry

W.E.Baudinet

C.Hayter

J.Dermody

R.B.Quinn

1936

1

C.T.Gun

W.E.Baudinet

C.Hayter

J.Dermody

A.E.Hollingworth J.M.Prideaux

86

S.Hosking

1935

2

C.T.Gun

W.E.Baudinet

C.Hayter

R.C.Johnson

J.Dermody

95

L.J.Ashby

J.M.Prideaux

51

1934

2

C.T.Gun

W.E.Baudinet

C.Hayter

V.W.Johnson

A.E.Hollingworth J.M.Prideaux

73

L.J.Ashby

1933

5

C.T.Gun

W.E.Baudinet

C.Hayter

S.F.Ween

J.Dermody

N.Hender

48

H.B.Dewar

1932

4

C.T.Gun

W.E.Baudinet

C.Hayter

S.F.Ween

E.W.Mucklow

N.Hender

55

S.F.Ween

1931

3

Dr.P.T.S.Cherry

W.E.Baudinet

C.Hayter

V.W.Johnson

M.W.Allingham

L.C.Dayman

62

S.Hosking

1930

2

Dr.P.T.S.Cherry

A.O.R.Tapp

C.Hayter

V.M.Johnson

V.W.Johnson

L.C.Dayman

89

S.Hosking

1929

2

Dr.P.T.S.Cherry

A.O.R.Tapp

C.Hayter

V.W.Johnson

E.W.Mucklow

L.C.Dayman

86*

S.Hosking

1928

1

Dr.P.T.S.Cherry

A.O.R.Tapp

C.Hayter

V.W.Johnson

L.C.Dayman

L.C.Dayman

41

S.Hosking

S.Hosking

LEAGUE CHANGED NAME TO SOUTH AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE 1927

3

Dr.P.T.S.Cherry

C.McArthur

C.Hayter

P.A.Bampton

C.H.Keal

H.D.Logan

66

1926

2

Dr.P.T.S.Cherry

C.McArthur

A.McKelvie

M.W.Allingham

L.C.Hodge

H.D.Logan

36

M.W.Allingham

1925

2

S.H.Skipper

C.McArthur

A.McKelvie

C.H.Keal

P.A.Bampton

H.D.Logan

56

A.Hosie

1924

4

S.H.Skipper

C.McArthur

A.McKelvie

C.H.Keal

L.C.Dayman

M.W.Allingham

28

A.Hosie

1923

7

S.H.Skipper

C.McArthur

A.McKelvie

C.G.Dayman

L.C.Dayman

M.W.Allingham

42

C.G.Dayman

1922

5

S.H.Skipper

C.McArthur

C.V.Tyler

S.W.Howie

C.G.Dayman

M.W.Allingham

47

S.W.Howie

1921

1

Dr.A.V.Benson

P.O’Grady

C.V.Tyler

W.H.Oliver

C.E.Adams

M.W.Allingham

43

S.Hosking

C.E.Adams

F.E.Dewar

24

F.I.Hansen

W.J.Ashley

L.L.Lackman

26*

F.I.Hansen

1920

3

Dr.A.V.Benson

F.I.Hansen

C.V.Tyler

J.W.Robertson/ B.Olds

1919

4

Dr.A.V.Benson

F.I.Hansen

C.V.Tyler

H.V.Pope/ A.T.McFarlane

1918

2

Dr.A.V.Benson

Unknown

C.V.Tyler

H.F.Eaton

Not Awarded

Unknown

1917

1

Dr.A.V.Benson

Unknown

C.V.Tyler

H.F.Eaton

Not Awarded

J.T.Hayman

24*^

H.F.Eaton

1916

1

Dr.A.V.Benson

Unknown

C.V.Tyler

H.F.Eaton

Not Awarded

J.T.Hayman

40

H.F.Eaton

LEAGUE FOOTBALL RESUMES H.F.Eaton

LEAGUE FOOTBALL SUSPENDED 1916-1918 OWING TO WORLD WAR ONE; PORT ADELAIDE FOUNDING CLUB OF SOUTH AUSTRALIAN PATRIOTIC FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION 1915

2

Dr.A.V.Benson

M.G.Donaghy

J.Hodge

A.T.McFarlane

H.F.Eaton

A.Congear

21

A.T.McFarlane

1914

1

Dr.A.V.Benson

M.G.Donaghy

J.Hodge

J.W.Londrigan

W.J.Ashley+

J.S.Dunn

33*

J.W.Londrigan

1913

1

Dr.A.V.Benson

M.G.Donaghy

J.Hodge

J.W.Londrigan

H.F.Eaton

F.I.Hansen

39*

J.W.Londrigan

W.H.Oliver

F.I.Hansen

37*

Unknown

W.H.Oliver

F.I.Hansen

41*

M.G.Donaghy/ J.Woollard

1912

2

R.Cruickshank

J.V.Earle

J.Hodge

C.T.Cocks/ S.Hosking

1911

2

R.Cruickshank

J.V.Earle

J.Hodge

G.P.Dempster

1910

1

W.E.Mattinson

H.T.Phillips

J.Hodge

J.Woollard

S.Hosking+

F.I.Hansen

47

A.Hosie

1909

2

W.E.Mattinson

R.A.Walsh

J.Hodge

M.G.Donaghy

J.S.Dickson

A.Congear

30

A.Hosie

1908

3

W.E.Mattinson

W.H.Harvey

J.Hodge

E.Strawns/ M.G.Donaghy^

J.S.Dickson

J.Mathison

33*

J.McGargill

1907

2

W.E.Mattinson

W.H.Harvey

J.Hodge

L.T.Corston

J.P.Mack+

J.Quinn

32*

J.McGargill

42*

J.McGargill

ASSOCIATION CHANGED NAME TO SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL LEAGUE 1906

1

W.E.Mattinson

W.H.Harvey

84 PORT ADELAIDE FOOTBALL CLUB YEARBOOK 2018

J.Hodge

J.Fletcher/ L.T.Corston^

E.Strawns

J.Mathison


HONOUR ROLL

YEAR

POS PRESIDENT

CHAIRMAN

CEO

CAPTAIN

BEST & FAIREST

LEADING GOALKICKER

GOALS COACH

J.Quinn

1905

2

W.E.Mattinson

W.H.Harvey

J.Sweeney

J.Quinn

J.Mathison

30*

J.McGargill

1904

2

W.E.Mattinson

W.H.Harvey

J.Sweeney

A.Hosie/J.Quinn^ L.T.Corston

J.J.Tompkins

28

J.McGargill

1903

1

W.E.Mattinson

W.H.Harvey

J.Sweeney

A.Hosie

J.J.Tompkins

J.J.Tompkins

40

J.McGargill

1902

3

W.E.Mattinson

W.H.Harvey

J.Sweeney

A.Hosie

L.T.Corston

J.N.Healy

25

J.McGargill

1901

2

R.Cruickshank

W.H.Harvey

J.Sweeney

A.Hosie

E.Strawns

J.Quinn

27

J.McGargill

1900

6

W.Fisher

W.H.Harvey

J.Sweeney

H.T.Phillips

J.Quinn

H.Tompkins

15

J.McGargill

1899

3

W.Fisher

W.H.Harvey

J.Sweeney

H.T.Phillips

S.A.Malin+

W.Stark

12

J.McGargill

K.McKenzie

A.Hoise

W.Stark

34

J.McGargill

K.McKenzie

K.McKenzie

J.J.Tompkins

27*

J.McGargill

J.McGargill

2

W.Fisher

R.Cruickshank

H.W.Hills/ J.Sweeney

1

C.Tucker/ W.Fisher

R.Cruickshank

H.W.Hills

1896

5

C.Tucker/ W.Fisher

H.M.Adams

H.W.Hills

K.McKenzie

G.Linklater

A.Lees

19

1895

3

W.Fisher

H.M.Adams

J.Sweeney

A.Miers

O.L’estage

A.McKenzie

25

J.McGargill

1894

3

J.Cleave

A.Mackie

J.Sweeney

K.McKenzie

A.Miers

A.McKenzie

36

J.McGargill

1893

3

J.Cleave

R.Cruickshank

J.Sweeney

K.McKenzie

W.Murray/ H.T.Phillips

A.McKenzie

59

J.McGargill

1892

2

J.Formby

R.Cruickshank

J.Sweeney

K.McKenzie

H.T.Phillips

A.McKenzie

43

J.McGargill

1898 1897

INTRODUCTION OF DISTRICT FOOTBALL

1891

2

J.Formby

J.Sweeney

R.Cruickshank/ A.H.Bushby

K.McKenzie

H.T.Phillips

J.McKenzie

37

J.McGargill

1890

1

J.Formby

J.Sweeney

R.Cruickshank

K.McKenzie

C.Fry

J.McKenzie

32*

J.McGargill

1889

2

J.Formby

J.Sweeney

R.Cruickshank

W.Bushby

H.G.Hamilton

C.Fry

32*

J.McGargill

23

J.McGargill

1888

2

J.Formby

R.Cruickshank

J.Sweeney

W.Bushby

H.T.Phillips

H.T.Phillips/ J.McKenzie

1887

2

J.Formby

T.Gifford

E.C.LeMessurier

W.Bushby

W.Bushby

A.H.Bushby

25

J.McGargill

6

J.McGargill

13

R.Turpenny

1886

4

J.Formby

T.Gifford

J.Litchfield

W.Bushby

C.Fry

C.Fry/ M.M.Coffee

1885

3

J.Formby

E.E.LeMessurier

E.C.LeMessurier

R.Turpenny/ C.Kellett^

M.M.Coffee

R.C.Roy

1884

1

J.Formby

T.Gifford

E.C.LeMessurier

R.Turpenny

C.Kellet/G.Cairns

R.C.Roy

22*

R.Turpenny

1883

2

J.Formby

T.Gifford

E.C.LeMessurier

E.E.LeMessurier^ / R.Turpenny

R.Kirkpatrick

J.Litchfield

13*

R.Turpenny

1882

3

J.Formby

T.G.Smith

E.C.LeMessurier

C.Kellett

J.Munro

G.Slatter

6

C.Kellett

W.Fletcher^/ J.Sandilands

J.Sidoli

J.Watt

6

J.Sandilands

1881

5

J.Formby

T.G.Smith

E.E.LeMessurier/ J.Carter

1880

6

J.Formby

T.G.Smith

J.W.Channon

J.A.Atkins/ J.Carter^

J.Sidoli

E.E.LeMessurier

3

J.A.Atkins

1879

2

J.Hart (jnr)

J.A.Rann

C.Wells

W.Fletcher

T.G.Smith

E.C.LeMessurier

4

W.Fletcher

3

W.Fletcher

5

W.Fletcher

1

W.Fletcher

1878

3

J.Hart (jnr)

1877

4

J.Hart (jnr)

J.A.Rann

C.Wells

W.Fletcher

T.G.Smith

E.E.LeMessurier/ J.Carter

J.A.Rann

C.Wells

W.Fletcher

T.G.Smith

A.LeMessurier

PORT ADELAIDE FOUNDING CLUB OF THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION 1876

5

J.Hart (jnr)

W.E.Mattinson

C.Wells

W.Fletcher

E.E.LeMessurier

S.Tyzack/ J.A.Rann H.Ford/Warren

1875

2

J.Hart (jnr)

W.E.Mattinson

F.Ireland

R.C.Sandilands

H.Ford

1874

2

J.Hart (jnr)

W.E.Mattinson

F.Ireland

J.A.Rann/C. Wells^

Unknown

1873

2

J.Hart (jnr)

W.E.Mattinson

F.Ireland

H.Sparnon/ G.Middleton

S.Tyzack

Unknown

2

R.C.Sandilands

0

J.A.Rann

1

H.Sparnon

1872

2

J.Hart (jnr)

W.E.Mattinson

G.Ireland

G.Middleton

Unknown

0

G.Middleton

1871

3

J.Hart (jnr)

W.E.Mattinson

G.Ireland

F.Stone

F.Stone

0

F.Stone

1870

3

J.Hart (jnr)

W.E.Mattinson

R.W.J.Leicester

J.Wald/G.Dale^

J.Wald

2

J.Wald

J.Wald

PORT ADELAIDE FOOTBALL CLUB ESTABLISHED MAY 1870

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AFL RECORDS RECORDS BY OPPOSITION BY OPPONENT

AFL P

W

L

D

Adelaide

45

22

23

Brisbane

35

18

15

Hawthorn

34

19

15

55.9

Fremantle

35

19

16

54.3

Melbourne

33

20

13

60.6

North Melbourne

33

12

21

36.4

West Coast

33

18

15

Geelong

32

9

22

1

2

WINNING PERC 48.9

OVERALL RECORD

51.4

507 games – 260 wins, 242 losses, 5 draws

54.5 28.1

GRAND FINALS 2

PREMIERSHIPS 1 - 2004

RUNNER-UP 1 - 2007

Carlton

31

17

13

1

54.8

Richmond

30

18

11

1

60.0

Collingwood

30

15

15

50.0

St Kilda

29

19

10

65.5

Essendon

30

16

14

53.3

Sydney

29

9

20

31.0

Western Bulldogs

29

16

13

55.2

BIGGEST CROWDS

Gold Coast

10

9

1

90.0

Overall: 97,302 v Geelong, Grand Final, 2007, MCG

Greater Western Sydney TOTALS

9

4

5

507

260

242

44.4 5

51.30

P

W

L

D

Football Park

213

127

84

2

Adelaide Oval

63

37

26

58.8

Docklands

51

20

31

38.8

MCG

45

19

25

Subiaco

30

15

15

Gabba

17

6

9

SCG

17

5

12

Kardinia Park

14

2

12

14.3

Marrara Oval

10

4

6

40.0

1

WINNING PERC 59.6

41.9 50.0

2

35.3 25.0

York Park

9

5

4

62.5

Princes Park

8

4

4

50.0

Manuka

6

1

5

Carrara

5

5

Waverley Park

5

1

Traegar Park Oval

3

3

Perth Stadium

2

W.A.C.A Ground

2

4

20.0 100.0

2

50.0

1

50.0

1

100.0

Sydney Showgrounds

2

1

2

2

Eureka Stadium

2

2

Bellerive Oval

1 507

16.7 100.0

1

Jiangwan Stadium

TOTALS

3 (2002, 2003, 2004)

WOODEN SPOONS nil

Home: 53,698 v Adelaide Crows, Round 3, 2017, Adelaide Oval Away: 51,883 v Collingwood, Round 1, 1997, MCG

RECORDS BY VENUE BY VENUE

MINOR PREMIERS (MCCLELLAND TROPHY)

100.0 0.0 1

260

242

0.0 5

51.10

HIGHEST SCORE| 29.14 (188) v Hawthorn, Round 13, 2005, Football Park LOWEST SCORE 3.3 (21) v Collingwood, Round 20, 2011, Football Park

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN 117 points v Hawthorn, Round 13, 2005, Football Park

BEST WINNING SEQUENCE 8 games - Round 8, 2002 to Round 15, 2002; Round 15, 2003 to Round 22, 2003; Round 4, 2014 to Round 12, 2014

WORST LOSING SEQUENCE 11 games - Round 11, 2011 to Round 23, 2011 (byes Round 12, 18)

MOST GAMES Kane Cornes (300) Warren Tredrea (255) Justin Westhoff (248) Travis Boak (243) Peter Burgoyne (240) Chad Cornes (239) Brendon Lade (234)

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES Kane Cornes (174) Justin Westhoff (122) Brad Ebert (108) Brendon Lade (106) Matthew Broadbent (80)

MOST GAMES AS CAPTAIN Travis Boak (137) Warren Tredrea (96) Matthew Primus (86) Dom Cassisi (75) Gavin Wanganeen (61)

MOST GAMES AS COACH Mark Williams (274) Ken Hinkley (137) Matthew Primus (47) John Cahill (44) Garry Hocking (4)

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AFL RECORDS MOST GOALS Warren Tredrea (549) Robbie Gray (294) Justin Westhoff (291) Jay Schulz (275) Stuart Dew (245)

TOP GOALKICKING PERFORMANCES 8. Warren Tredrea (1), Jay Schulz (1) 7. Warren Tredrea (5), Jay Schulz (5), Scott Cummings (2) Daniel Motlop (1), Angus Monfries (1)

TOP SCORING PERFORMANCES 8.4 Warren Tredrea (v Carlton, Round 7, 1998, Princes Park) 8.2 Jay Schulz (v Western Bulldogs, Round 14, 2014, Adelaide Oval) 7.6 Scott Cummings (v Essendon, Round 17, 1997, MCG)

7, 1997), Nathan Eagleton (Round 21, 1997), Warren Tredrea (Round 7, 1998), Nick Stevens (Round 9, 1998), Stuart Dew (Round 13, 1998), Matthew Bode (Round 19, 1999), Chad Cornes (Round 10, 2000), Josh Carr (Round 22, 2000), Brent Guerra (Round 17, 2001), Shaun Burgoyne (Round 13, 2002), Brett Ebert (Round 11, 2004), Danyle Pearce (Round 3, 2006), Brad Symes (Round 9, 2006), Jacob Surjan (Round 11, 2006), Troy Chaplin (Round 16, 2006), Robbie Gray (Round 12, 2007), Justin Westhoff (Round 15, 2007), Travis Boak (Round 19, 2007), Alipate Carlile (Round 22, 2008), Jackson Trengove (Round 20, 2010), Jasper Pittard (Round 4, 2011), Chad Wingard (Round 22, 2012), Ollie Wines (Round 1, 2013), Jake Neade (Round 13, 2013), Jarman Impey (Round 8, 2014), Darcy Byrne-Jones (Round 10, 2016), Sam Powell-Pepper (Round 1, 2017), Dan Houston (Round 21, 2017), Riley Bonner (Round 1, 2018)

MICHAEL TUCK MEDALLISTS

7.4 Warren Tredrea (v Richmond, Round 8, 2009, Football Park)

Adam Kingsley (2001), Nick Stevens (2002)

7.3 Jay Schulz (v Brisbane Lions, Round 15, 2011, Gabba)

AFL COACHES ASSOCIATION CHAMPION PLAYER OF THE YEAR WINNER

Top Disposals performances 45 Peter Burgoyne (v North Melbourne, Round 22, 2008, MCG) 41 Kane Cornes (v Western Bulldogs, Round 14, 2008, Marrara) 41 Peter Burgoyne (v Adelaide, Round 3, 2008, Football Park) 41 Travis Boak (v Brisbane Lions, Round 4, 2014, Adelaide Oval) 40 Brad Ebert (v Sydney Swans, Round 13, 2014, SCG)

AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME MEMBERS As Legend: Haydn Bunton Senior (also Fitzroy, Perth) As Player: Craig Bradley (also Carlton), Nathan Buckley (also Brisbane Bears, also Collingwood), Russell Ebert (also North Melbourne), Geof Motley, Andrew McLeod (also Adelaide), Robert Quinn, Warren Tredrea, Gavin Wanganeen (also Essendon)

Warren Tredrea (2004), Robbie Gray (2014)

AFL COACHES ASSOCIATION COACH OF THE YEAR WINNER Mark Williams (2004), Ken Hinkley (2013)

SHOWDOWN MEDALLISTS (INTRODUCED 2000) 17 medals/15 medallists: Nick Stevens (Round 22, 2000), Josh Francou (Round 3, 2001; Round 18, 2001; Round 20, 2002), Jarrad Schofield (Round 5, 2002), Peter Burgoyne (Round 22, 2003), Warren Tredrea (Round 22, 2004), Shaun Burgoyne (Round 20, 2005), Chad Cornes (Round 21, 2006), Danyle Pearce (Round 16, 2008), Dean Brogan (Round 6, 2009), Robbie Gray (Round 6, 2010), Dom Cassisi (Round 17, 2010), Justin Westhoff (Round 4, 2011), Travis Boak (Round 3, 2013), Chad Wingard (Round 19, 2013), Hamish Hartlett (Round 2, 2014), Robbie Gray (Round 5, 2015), Robbie Gray (Round 8, 2017), Robbie Gray (Round 20, 2018)

PETER BADCOE VC MEDALLISTS (PORT ADELAIDE-AWARDED ANZAC MEDAL)

As Administrator: Bob McLean

10 medals/ 9 medallists: Josh Carr (2004), Warren Tredrea (2005), Brendon Lade (2006), Chad Cornes (2007), Kane Cornes (2008), David Rodan (2010), Hamish Hartlett (2013), Travis Boak (2014), Travis Boak (2015), Robbie Gray (2018)

AFL INDIGENOUS TEAM OF THE CENTURY

23 games – 11 wins, 12 losses

As Coach: John Cahill (also coach Collingwood), Foster Williams (also coach West Adelaide, South Adelaide)

Gavin Wanganeen (half-back flank), Byron Pickett (interchange), Peter Burgoyne (interchange)

NORM SMITH MEDALLISTS Byron Pickett (2004)

JOCK MCHALE MEDALLISTS Mark Williams (2004)

AFL RISING STAR AWARD WINNERs Michael Wilson (1997), Danyle Pearce (2006) NOMINATIONS Bowen Lockwood (Round 3, 1997), Michael Wilson (Round 4, 1997), Brendon Lade (Round

FINALS MOST FINALS APPEARANCES 19 Kane Cornes 17 Peter Burgoyne, Warren Tredrea 16 Chad Cornes 14 Shaun Burgoyne, Stuart Dew, Adam Kingsley, Gavin Wanganeen

HIGHEST SCORE IN A FINAL 26.8 (164) v North Melbourne, 1st Elimination Final, 2005

LOWEST SCORE IN A FINAL 5.10 (40) v Adelaide, 1st Semi Final, 2005

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN IN A FINAL 87 points v North Melbourne, 1st Elimination Final, 2005 87 points v North Melbourne, 2nd Preliminary Final, 2007

GREATEST LOSING MARGIN IN A FINAL 119 points v Geelong, Grand Final, 2007

MOST GOALS IN A FINAL 5. Brendon Lade v Sydney, 1st Qualifying Final, 2003

PRE-SEASON/NIGHT PREMIERSHIPS: 2001, 2002

CLUB MEMBERSHIP (AFL AUDITED FIGURE) 1997: 35,809 1998: 38,305 1999: 37,166 2000: 34,935 2001: 33,296 2002: 36,229 2003: 35,425 2004: 36,340 2005: 36,834 2006: 33,648 2007: 34,073 2008: 34,185 2009: 30,605 2010: 29,029 2011: 32,581 2012: 35,543 2013: 39,838 2004: 36,340 2005: 36,834 2006: 33,648 2007: 34,073 2008: 34,185 2009: 30,605 2010: 29,092 2011: 32,581 2012: 35,543 2013: 39,838 2014: 48,968 2015: 54,057 2016: 53,743 2017: 52,129 2018: 54,386

AVERAGE HOME ATTENDANCE 1997: 33,829 1998: 31,657 1999: 31,271 2000: 26,377 2001: 30,778 2002: 30,413 2003: 31,845 2004: 29,877 2005: 32,911 2006: 27,257 2007: 27,870 2008: 23,842 2009: 24,349 2010: 23,045 2011: 21,678 2012: 19,886 2013: 26,916 2014: 44,364 2015: 42,929 2016: 39,664 2017: 38,135 2018: 38,227 *denotes active individual

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SANFL RECORDS RECORDS BY OPPOSITION

RECORDS BY VENUE

BY OPPONENT

P

W

L

D

WINNING PERC

BY VENUE

P

W

L

D

Norwood

410

198

195

17

South Adelaide

367

253

101

13

North Adelaide (Medindie)

332

229

103

69.0

Sturt

299

191

106

2

63.9

West Adelaide

298

193

102

3

64.8

Glenelg

254

181

70

3

71.3

West Torrens (Port Natives)

235

173

61

1

73.6

Central District

150

89

59

2

59.3

Woodville-West Torrens

78

38

39

1

48.7

Woodville

58

50

7

1

WINNING PERC

48.3

Alberton

981

728

231

22

68.9

Adelaide Oval

633

364

254

15

57.5

Football Park

238

162

73

3

68.1

Norwood Oval

112

47

64

1

42.0

Prospect Oval

97

65

32

Glenelg Oval

97

65

31

1

66.0

Unley Oval

97

52

45

Thebarton

64

40

23

1

62.5

86.2

Richmond Oval

58

34

24

59

29

28

2

49.2

74.2

67.0 53.6 58.6

Adelaide (original local)

51

33

13

5

64.7

Elizabeth Oval

Victorians/North Adelaide

23

10

6

7

43.5

Kensington Oval

52

33

17

2

63.5

South Park

18

15

2

1

83.3

Woodville Oval

52

34

17

1

65.4

Kensington

16

6

6

4

37.5

Glanville

35

14

10

11

40.0

West Adelaide/Glenelg**

14

12

2

85.7

Noarlunga Oval

28

17

11

Sturt/South Adelaide**

14

10

4

71.4

Norwood/North Adelaide** 14

9

5

64.3

Hindmarsh

23

17

6

73.9

Adelaide

10

6

4

60.0

Jubiliee

17

10

7

58.8

Gawler

8

7

1

87.5

South Parklands

14

7

6

1

50.0

Hotham/North Adelaide

5

5

Wayville

13

5

7

1

38.5

Prospect

5

5

100.0

North Parklands

9

1

6

2

11.1

Woodville (original)

5

3

1

1

60.0

Montefiore Hill

6

1

3

2

16.7

Young Australians

5

0

1

4

0.0

Gawler

5

4

1

5

1

3

100.0

60.7

80.0

St Francis Xaviers

3

3

100.0

East Parklands

West Adelaide (original)

3

3

100.0

Port Lincoln

2

2

Mitcham

2

2

100.0

Kadina Oval

2

1

South Australian Railways

2

2

100.0

Hawthorn

1

1

100.0

Sturt Central

2

2

100.0

Mt Gambier

1

1

100.0

Kenilworth

2

1

Port Pirie

1

1

100.0

Royal Park

1

1

100.0

Whyalla

1

1

100.0

Bankers

1

1

100.0

Police

1

1

100.0

Largs Bay

1

1

100.0

Adelaide Kensington

1

1

100.0

Clare

1

1

100.0

Australs

1

1

100.0

Balaklava Oval

1

1

Officers of Ships

1

1

100.0

Kingston

1

Alberton and Queenstown

1

1

Mannum

1

TOTALS

2690 1735 889

66

TOTALS

2690 1735 889

1

SANFL

50.0

0.0 64.50

1

20.0 100.0

1

50.0

100.0 1

0.0

1

0.0 66

64.50

Biggest Crowds

Best Winning Sequence

Overall: 66,897 v Sturt, Grand Final, 1976, Football Park

28 games - 21 June 1913 to 19 June 1915

losses, 66 draws

Home: 22,738 v Norwood, Round 11, 1977, Alberton Oval

7 games – 14 May 2002 to 1 June 2002

Grand Finals: 61 Premierships: 36 Minor Premiers:

Away: 30,618 v South Adelaide, Round 2, 1965, Adelaide Oval

Overall Record: 2690 games – 1735 wins, 889

44 - 1884, 1889 (with Norwood), 1890, 1897, 1902, 1903, 1904, 1906, 1907, 1909, 1911, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1921, 1928, 1931, 1934, 1935, 1936, 1939, 1940, 1945, 1951, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1964, 1965, 1970, 1976, 1977, 1980, 1982, 1984, 1988, 1990, 1992, 1999, 2014

Wooden Spoons: 3 - 1886, 1896, 1900

Stanley H. Lewis Memorial Trophy (best performed club across three grades): 12 – 1962, 1963, 1964, 1970, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1988, 1989, 1992, 1994, 1999

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Highest Score 37.21 (243) v Woodville 13.4 (82) – 19 April 1980, Football Park

Lowest Score 1.1 (7) v North Adelaide 6.10 (46) – 5 May 1900, Alberton Oval

Greatest Winning Margin 169 points v Woodville, Round 17, 1970, Woodville Oval

Greatest Losing Margin 122 points v Norwood, Round 5, 1997, Adelaide Oval

Worst Losing Sequence Most Games Russell Ebert (392) Greg Phillips, Darren Smith (343) Tim Ginever (314) Kym Kinnear (272) Stephen Williams (269)

Most Games As Coach Foster Williams (447) John Cahill (443) Stephen Williams (167) Sampson Hosking (172)* Russell Ebert (116) *excludes games as coach of Port/Torrens in WWII


SANFL RECORDS MOST GOALS Tim Evans (1044) Scott Hodges (693) Darren Smith (505) Rex Johns (451) Brian Cunningham (428)

TOP GOALKICKING PERFORMANCE 16 Tim Evans (v West Adelaide, 1980, Alberton)

MAGAREY MEDALLISTS 18 (23 medals): Stan Malin (1899), Jack Mack (1907), Sampson ‘Shine’ Hosking (1910, 1915), William John Ashley (1914), Charlie Adams (1921), Peter Bampton (1925), Robert B. Quinn (1938, 1945), Davy Boyd (1956), Geof Motley (1964), Trevor Obst (1967), Russell Ebert (1971, 1974, 1976, 1980), Peter Woite (1975), Greg Anderson (1986), Scott Hodges (1990), Nathan Buckley (1992), Anthony Brown (2001), Ryan O’Connor (2001), Brett Ebert (2003), Jeremy Clayton (2005)

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL HALL OF FAME MEMBERS Inductees: Bruce Abernethy, John Abley, Dave Boyd, Craig Bradley, John Cahill, Chad Cornes, Brian Cunningham, Leslie Dayman, Russell Ebert OAM, Tim Evans, Josh Francou, Tim Ginever, Neville Hayes, Ned Hender, Scott Hodges, Sampson ‘Shine’ Hosking, Ray Huppatz, Roger James, W ‘Vic’ Johnson, Allan ‘Bob’ McLean, Andrew McLeod, Don McSweeney, Peter Mead, Geof Motley, William (Harold) Oliver, Greg Phillips, Jeff Potter, Matthew Primus (also Norwood), Robert B Quinn, Allan RV (Bull) Reval, Warren Tredrea, Gavin Wanganeen, Ted Whelan, Foster Williams, Mark Williams, Stephen Williams, Peter Woite

SANFL INDIGENOUS TEAM OF THE CENTURY Richie Bray (half-forward flank), Andrew McLeod (centre), Gavin Wanganeen (halfback flank), Byron Pickett (half-back flank), Graham Johncock (back pocket), Corey Ah Chee (full back), Shaun Burgoyne (ruck rover), Aaron Davey (interchange), Peter Burgoyne (interchange), Fabian Francis (reserve)

SANFL LEADING GOALKICKER MEDALLISTS 27 times/16 players 1883: James Litchfield (13) 1884: Robert Roy (22) 1889: Charile Fry (32) 1890: John McKenzie (32) 1897: James Tompkins (27) 1905: James Mathison (30) 1906: James Mathison (42) 1907: John Quinn snr (32) 1908: James Mathison (33) 1910: Frank Hansen (46) 1911: Frank Hansen (41) 1912: Frank Hansen (37) 1913: Frank Hansen (39) 1914: John Dunn (33) 1919: Len Lackman (25) 1929: Leslie ‘Bro’ Dayman (86) 1947: Bob McLean (80) 1956: Rex Johns (70) 1958: Rex Johns (55) 1959: Wally Dittmar (74) 1960: Wally Dittmar (69) 1962: Rex Johns (76)

1963: Rex Johns (54) 1966: Eric Freeman (81) 1977: Tim Evans (87) 1978: Tim Evans (90) 1980: Tim Evans (146)

KEN FARMER MEDALLISTS 9 times/4 players 1981: Tim Evans (98) 1982: Tim Evans (125) 1984: Tim Evans (127) 1990: Scott Hodges (153) 1992: Mark Tylor (87) 1993: Mark Tylor (90) 1994: Scott Hodges (129) 1996: Scott Hodges (117) 2017: Brett Eddy (53)

JACK OATEY MEDALLISTS 10 medals: Russell Ebert (1981), Bruce Abernethy (1988), Russell Johnston (1989), George Fiacchi (1990), Nathan Buckley (1992), Darryl Wakelin (1994), Anthony Darcy (1995), David Brown (1996), Brett Chalmers (1998), Darryl Poole (1999)

PREMIERSHIP COACHES 7: Archibald Hosie (1910), John Londrigan (1913,1914), Sampson Hosking (1921, 1928, 1936,1937), Robert Quinn (1939), Foster Williams (1951, 1954,1955,1956,1957,1958, 1962,1963,1965), John Cahill (1977, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1988,1989,1990,1992,1994,1995), Stephen Williams (1996,1998,1999)

PREMIERSHIPS 36: 1884, 1890, 1897, 1903, 1906, 1910, 1913, 1914, 1921, 1928, 1936, 1937, 1939, 1951, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1962, 1963, 1965, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999

RUNNERS-UP 29: 1889, 1898, 1901, 1904, 1905, 1907, 1909, 1911, 1912, 1915, 1929, 1930, 1934, 1935, 1938, 1945, 1946, 1953, 1964, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1971, 1972, 1976, 1984, 1997, 2014, 2017

MINOR PREMIERS 44 times

WOODEN SPOONS 1886, 1896, 1900

FINALS

CHAMPIONSHIPS OF AUSTRALIA Champions: 1890, 1910, 1913, 1914 Runner-Up: 1897 1890: Port Adelaide 7.10 (52) def South Melbourne 6.13 (49), Saturday 4 October, Adelaide Oval 1897: Port Adelaide 4.1 (25) def by Geelong 6.14 (50), Saturday 18 September, Adelaide Oval 1910: Port Adelaide 15.20 (110) def Collingwood 7.9 (51), Saturday 22 October, Adelaide Oval 1913: Port Adelaide 13.16 (94) def Fitzroy 4.7 (31), Wednesday 8 October, Adelaide Oval 1914: Port Adelaide 9.16 (70) def Carlton 5.6 (36), Saturday 3 October, Adelaide Oval

CLUB MEMBERSHIP FIGURES 1986: 3404 1987: 3537 1988: 2959 1989: 3156 1990: 3298 1991: 2493 1992: not available 1993: 2454 1994: 6347 1995: 8839 1996: 5292

AVERAGE HOME ATTENDANCE 1997: 3898 1998: 4122 1999: 3869 2000: 4078 2001: 3478 2002: 2274 2003: 2498 2004: 2857 2005: 3100 2006: 3228 2007: 3043 2008: 3424 2009: 3106 2010: 3051 2011: 3013 2012: 2752 2013: 2943 2014: 3256 2015: 2914 2016: 2190 2017: 2546 2018: 1854

223 games – 121 wins, 100 losses, 1 drawn

HIGHEST SCORE IN A FINAL 29.14 (182) v North Adelaide, Preliminary Final, 1990

LOWEST SCORE IN A FINAL 0.12 (12) v North Adelaide, 1st Semi Final, 1906

GREATEST WINNING MARGIN IN A FINAL 94 points v North Adelaide, Grand Final, 1989

GREATEST LOSING MARGIN IN A FINAL 84 points v West Adelaide, Elimination Final, 1991

PRE-SEASON/NIGHT PREMIERSHIPS 1961, 1973, 1989

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CLUB RECORDS

CLUB RECORDS AND COMBINED INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

Port Adelaide’s All-Australian selections - 23 players/1 coach/40 selections John Abley (1956, 1958, 1961), John Cahill (1969), Greg Phillips (1980), Mark Williams (1980, 2004 as coach), Tony Giles (1983), Craig Bradley (1983, 1985), Stephen Curtis (1983), Greg Anderson (1987), Martin Leslie (1988), Adam Heuskes (1997), Matthew Primus (2001, 2002), Warren Tredrea (2001, 2002, 2003, 2004), Gavin Wanganeen (2001, 2003), Josh Francou (2002), Brett Montgomery (2002), Chad Cornes (2004, 2007), Kane Cornes (2005, 2007), Shaun Burgoyne (2006), Brendon Lade (2006,2007), Travis Boak (2013, 2014), Chad Wingard (2013, 2015), Robbie Gray (2014, 2015,2017,2018), Patrick Ryder (2017)

1904: J. Davis (1), A. Gosling (1), J. Quinn (1), E. Strawns (1) 1905: J. Davis (2), G.P. Dempster (1), J. Fletcher (1), A. Gosling (2), F. James (1), E. Strawns (2) 1906: L.T. Corston (1), J. Davis (2), G.P. Dempster (2), J. Fletcher (2), J. Mathieson (1), E. Strawns (1), J. Tompkins (1) 1907: E.M. Beare (1), R. James (1), J. Mack (1), E. Strawns (1) 1908: E.M. Beare (4), C.T. Cocks (1), J.S. Dickson (4), M.G. Donaghy (1), J. Mack (2), J. Woolard (3) 1909: G.P. Dempster (2), J.S. Dickson (2) 1910: C.T. Cocks (1), A. Congear (1), F.S. Curnow (1), J.S. Dickson (1) 1911: E.J. Callinan (1), C.T. Cocks (1), A. Congear (6), F. Hansen (6), S. Hosking (5), W.H. Oliver (6)

Fos Williams Medallists (Best SA player in State and State of Origin games)

1912: J.W. Ashley (2), E.J. Callinan (1), A. Congear (2), S. Hosking (2), W. Mahoney (2), W.H. Oliver (2)

Greg Phillips (1982 v WA), Craig Bradley (1985 v WA), 1986 v Victoria, 1991 Origin v Victoria, 1993 Origin v Victoria), David Hynes (1992 Origin v WA), Greg Anderson (1993 Origin v WA), Simon Tregenza (1995 Origin v Victoria), Brayden Lyle (1997 v Victoria), Stephen Carter (2000 v WA)

1913: A. Congear (1), J.F. Eaton (1), F. Hansen (1), F.J. Magor (1), A.J. Maynard (1)

Simpson Medallists (Best player in State of Origin games involving WA in Perth) Max James (1977), Craig Bradley (1985)

Port Adelaide representatives in Interstate Teams 1880: G. Gliddon (2 games), E. LeMessurier (1), J. Sidoli (1) 1881: R. Buchan, M. Coffee, J. Sidoli, R.N. Turpenny, J. Watt (members of SA touring side of Victoria – teams unavailable) 1890: A. Bushby (2) C. Fry (2), P. Gardiner (2), H.G. Hamilton (2), W. Kempster, K. McKenzie (2), H. Phillips (1), H. Stevens (1), A. Tomlin (2), G. Webb (1) 1891: P. Gardiner (1), H.G. Hamilton (2), W. Kempster (2), K. McKenzie (2), A. Miers (2), H. Phillips (2), A.E. Tomlin (2), G. Webb (2) 1892: V. Covacevich (1), H.G. Hamilton (1), A. McKenzie (1), J. McKenzie (1), J. McKenzie (1), A. Miers (1), H. Phillips (1), A. Schwann (1), G. Davis (1) 1893: A.E. Tomlin (1) 1894: V. Covacevich (1), P. Gardiner (1), W. Kempster (1), A. McKenzie (1), K. McKenzie (1), A. Miers (1), H. Ninham (1), H. Phillips (1), G. Webb (1) 1899: A. Hosie (1), S. Malin (1), T. Munyard (1), F.E. Smithers (1), G. Webb (1) 1900: A. Hosie (1)

1914: J.W. Ashley, A. Congear, F.J. Magor, A.T. McFarlane, J. Robertson, J.C. Watson (members of SA squad to Australian National Football Carnival, Sydney). 1919: J.W. Ashley (2), A. Congear (2), E. Dewar (1), S. Hosking (2), B. Olds (1) 1920: E. Dewar (2) 1921: C.E.G. Adams (1), P. Bampton (2), L.G. Beck (2), S. Hosking (1), W.H. Oliver (1), P. Taylor (2) 1922: B. Bampton (2) 1923: M. Allingham (1), C. Dayman (2), L.C. Dayman (2), E. Mucklow (4) 1924: M. Allingham (2), C. Dayman (4), L.C. Dayman (2), B. McInnes (2) 1925: M. Allingham (1), P. Bampton (2), L.C. Dayman (4), A. Hoffman (1) 1926: P. Bampton (3), L.C. Dayman (3), A. Hoffman (2), C. Johnson (1), C Keal (2), E. Mucklow (3) 1927: P. Bampton (1), V. Johnson (2), C. Keal (2), E. Mucklow (3) 1928: H. Galliford (1), V. Johnson (1), S. Ween (1) 1929: R. Conole (1), L.C. Dayman (3), V. Johnson (1), C.T. Maywald (1), T.J. Quinn (3), J.S. Wade (4) 1930: L.C. Dayman (3), V. Johnson (4), T. Quinn (3), I.T. Waye (3) 1931: M.W. Allingham (1), L.C. Dayman (2), V. Johnson (2), C.T. Maywald (2), J. Mott (1), I.T. Wayne (2), S.F. Ween (1) 1932: D. Eden (1), A. Hender (1), N. Hender (4), V. Johnson (1), J. Mott (2)

1935: J. Dermody (3), D. Eden (1), N. Hender (3), A. Hollingworth (1), R. Johnson (1), A.R. Reval (2), K. West (1), W. Whicker (1), W. Yates (1) 1936: J. Dermody (3), N. Hender (3), T. Kellaway (1), K. Obst (2), R.B. Quinn (3), A.R. Reval (3) 1937: J. Dermody (2), N. Hender (2), A. Hollingworth (2), T. Kellaway (1), R. Meers (2), R.B. Quinn (2), A.R. Reval (2) 1938: B. Bampton (3), N. Hender (5), A. Hollingworth (3), R. Meers (1), R.B. Quinn (3), A.R. Reval (3), K. West (3) 1939: N. Hender (2), A.R. McLean (1), A.R. Reval (2) 1941: T. Kellaway (1), A.R. McLean (1), K. Obst (1), L.E. Roberts (1), J. Skelly (1) 1945: W. McFarlane (1), L.G. MclEan (1), R.B. Quinn (1), L.E. Roberts (1) 1946: L.R. Kretschmer (1), W. McFarlane (3), A.R. Mclean (4), R.B Quinn (2), L.E. Roberts (4) 1947: L.R. Kretschmer (1), W. McFarlane (3), A.R. Mclean (2), R.B. Quinn (2), R.C. Schumann (3) 1948: L.C. Dayman (1), R.L. Russell (2), R.C. Schumann (1) 1949: D.E. Boyd (3), K. Growden (2), R.L. Russell (4), R.C. Schumann (4) 1950: D.E. Boyd (3), K. Growden (1), R.L. Russell (4), R.D. Whitaker (4), F.N. Williams (4) 1951: D.E. Boyd (2), A.S. Greer (2), H.A. McDonald (1), R.L. Russell (3), R.D. Whitaker (3), F.N. Williams (2) 1952: D.E. Boyd (3), R.W. Clift (2), H.A. McDonald (2), R.C. Russell (3), R.D. Whitaker (4), F.N. Williams (1) 1953: J.W. Abley (4), D.E. Boyd (2), R.F. Luke (3), R.L. Russell (2), R.D. Whitaker (3), F.N. Williams (4) 1954: D.E. Boyd (1), R.W. Clift (2), T.E. Garland (1), B. Jaggard (1), H.A. McDonald (2), G.P. Motley (1), A.E. Whelan (1), F.N. Williams (1) 1955: R.W. Clift (1), N.C. Hayes (4), B.W. Jaggard (2), H.A. McDonald (4), G.P. Motley (3), A.E. Whelan (1), F.N. Williams (4), K.L. Zucker (2) 1956: J.W. Abley (4), D.E. Boyd (3), G.P. Motley (3), D.L. Thompson (3), F.N. Williams (4), A.E. Whelan (4), K.L. Zucker (4) 1957: J.W. Abley (3), N.C. Hayes (2), R.F. Johns (4), M.A. Kretschmer (3), H.A. McDonald (4), P. Obst (1), D.L. Thompson (2), A.E. Whelan (5), F.N. Williams (4) 1958: J.W. Abley (3), D.E. Boyd (2), I.G. Hannaford (1), N.C. Hayes (4), G.P. Motley (4), K.F. Tierney (4), A.E. Whelan (4), F.N. Williams (2)

1902: L.T.Corston (1), A. Hosie (2), E. Strawns (2)

1933: J. Dermody (4), A. Hender (2), N. Hender (4), V. Johnson (1), K. Obst (1), R. Whitaker (1)

1959: J.W. Abley (3), J.V. Cahill (3), W.J. Dittmar (4), I.G. Hannaford (3), N.C. Hayes (3), B.H. Key (2), M.A. Kretschmer (1), G.P. Motley (4), P.K. Obst (1), A.E. Whelan (4)

1903: L.T. Corston (1), E. Strawns (2), J. Whicker (2)

1934: J. Dermody (4), N. Hender (4), J.C. Hooper (4), A.R. Reval (1)

1960: J.W. Abley (2), W.J. Dittmar (2), I.G. Hannaford (3), N.C. Hayes (3), R.F. Johns (1), G.P.

1901: A. Hosie (2), J. Quinn (2)

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Motley (1), T.D. Obst (3), A.E. Whelan (1)

1986: M. Leslie (1), G. Anderson (2)

1961: J.W. Abley (3), J.V. Cahil (3), I.G. Hannaford (2), N.C. Hayes (2), T.D. Obst (1), J.G. Potter (3)

1987: G. Anderson, B. Abernethy, G. Phillips

1962: J.V. Cahill (3), I.G. Hannaford (3), N.C. Hayes (2), G.P. Motley (2), P.K. Obst (2), J.G. Potter (3) 1963: J.V. Cahill (3), I.G. Hannaford (3), N.C. Hayes (1), G.P. Motley (3), S.K. Traynor (1), J.G. Potter (3) 1964: J.W. Abley (2), W.J. Dittmar (2), I.G. Hannaford (3), N.C. Hayes (3), R.F. Johns (1), G.P. Motley (1), T.D. Obst (3), A.E. Whelan (1)

1988: G.J. Phillips, M. Leslie, B. Abernethy, R. Johnston 1989: D. Smith, G. Phillips, B. Abernethy, R. Delaney 1990: B. Abernethy, G. Phillips, S. Tregenza, D. Smith

1966: J.V. Cahill (3), J.G. Potter (4)

1994: B. Chalmers, D. Smith, S. Hodges, T. Malakellis

1969: J.V. Cahill (3), R. Elleway (3) 1970: J.V. Cahill (2), R.F. Ebert (1), R. Elleway (1), D.F. Errey (1), P. Woite (2) 1971: J.V. Cahill (3), R.F. Ebert (3), R.W. Kingston (2), B. Light (2), P. Woite (2) 1972: R.F. Ebert (3), R.W. Kingston (2), P. Woite (2) 1973: D. Cahill (2), R.F. Ebert (2), M. James (2), B. Light (1) 1974: D. Cahill (1), B. Cunningham (1), R.F. Ebert (2), P. Woite (1) 1975: D. Cahill (2), R.F. Ebert (2), M. James (1), B. Light (1), P. Woite (2) 1977: D. Cahill (1), B. Cunningham (2), R.F. Ebert (2), M. James (2), P. Woite (2) 1978: B. Cunningham (1), C. Fragomeni (1), G. Phillips (1) 1979: D. Cahill (1), R.F. Ebert (2)*, T. Evans (3), M. Faletic (1), M. James (2)*, G. Phillips (2), T. Sorrell (3), M.M. Williams (1) 1980: B. Abernethy (1), D. Cahill (1), B. Cunningham (2), R.F. Ebert (5), T. Evans (3), M.

1998 SOO: N. Eagleton, J. Francou, B. Lade, W. Tredrea, G. Wanganeen 1999: D. Brown, J. Wait, B. Leys, S. Carter 1999 SOO: P. Burgoyne, S. Cummings*, J. Francou, D. Mead, W. Tredrea 2000: C.L. Ah Chee, S. Carter, B. Chalmers 2001: C. Ah Chee, R. O’Connor, T. Carr J. Wait 2002: C. Ah Chee, R. O’Connor, J. Wait 2003: no representatives 2004: SANFL did not participate 2005: C. Ah Chee, J. Clayton 2006: S. Eichner, C. Ah Chee, J. Clayton, M. Clayton 2007: SANFL did not participate 2008: C. Ah Chee, J. Clayton 2009: J. Clayton, C. Ah Chee

2008 HOFTM: P. Burgoyne, S. Burgoyne, K. Cornes, D. Motlop

1984: G. Anderson (1), C. Bradley (2), A. Giles (1), R. Johnston (1), M. Leslie (2), G. Phillips (1)*, D. Russell (2)

HOFTM denotes one-off Hall of Fame Tribute Match

1998: B. Leys, R. Ambrose, B. Beinke

2012: J. Meiklejohn, S. Gray

Giles (2), G. Phillips (1)*

SOO denotes State of Origin game

1997 SOO: S. Bond, S. Cummings*, A. Heuskes, B. Lade, B. Lyle, D. Mead, G. Wanganeen, M. Wilson

1981: B. Abernethy (1), R.F. Ebert (1), T. Evans (1)

1983: C. Bradley (2), S. Curtis (1), R.F. Ebert (2), A.

1941, 1945-2014).

1997: T. Bamford

2010 and 2011: SANFL did not participate

Hughes (2), R. Johnston (2), G. Phillips (2)

Patriotic Leagues (1916-1918, 1942-1944), SANFL (1928-

1996: S.J. Carter, D. Mead, D. Poole

(4), M.M. Williams (5)

(2), I. Eckermann (2), T. Evans (1), A. Giles (1), D.

1876), SAFA (1877-1906), SAFL (1907-1915, 1919-1927),

1995: C. Waterhouse, D. Mead, S. Carter, B. Leys, T. Ginever, R. West, D. Smith

Faletic (1), A. Giles (3), M. James (1)*, G. Phillips

1982: B. Abernethy (1)*, P. Belton (1), R.F.Ebert

^ denotes games played in local competitions (1870-

1992: N. Buckley, B. Chalmers, R. Delaney 1993: R. Delaney, B. Chalmers, D. Borlase, D. Smith

1968: R. Elleway (2), D.F. Errey (2), J.G. Potter (2), K. Spencer (1)

competition/team.

1991: R. Delaney, G. Fiacchi, P. Northeast, G. Smallridge, D. Smith, M.M. Williams

1965: J.V. Cahill (4), G.A. Cooper (3), E.W. Freeman (4), G.P. Motley (4), J.G. Potter (4)

1967: R. Elleway (2), E.W. Freeman (2), T.D. Obst (1), J.G. Potter (2)

*denotes playing in non-South Australian

2013: J. Meiklejohn, S. Gray 2014: S.P. Summerton 2015: S.P. Summerton 2016: S.P. Summerton 2017: SANFL did not participate 2018: No representatives

1985: C. Bradley (2), G. Anderson (2), M. Leslie (1), R. Johnston (1), D. Russell (1)

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HALL OF FAME

PORT ADELAIDE FOOTBALL CLUB HALL OF FAME BRUCE ABERNETHY Player 1979-1981, 1987-1992 Games 190 | Goals 115 Premierships 1979, 1980, 1981, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992 Best and Fairest 1987 Jack Oatey Medal 1988

JOHN ABLEY Player 1950-1961 Games 212 | Goals 1 Premierships 1951, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959 All-Australian 1956, 1958, 1961 Port Adelaide’s Greatest Ever Team 1870-2000 Full back

DAVE BOYD Player 1948-1960 Games 222 | Goals 183 Premierships 1951, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959 Magarey Medal 1956 Port Adelaide’s Greatest Ever Team 1870-2000 Left half-forward

CRAIG BRADLEY Player 1981-1985 Games 98 | Goals 101 Premiership 1981 Best and Fairest 1982, 1984, 1985 Port Adelaide’s Greatest Ever Team 1870-2000 Left wing

JOHN CAHILL Player 1958-1973 Games 264 | Goals 286 Premierships 1959, 1962, 1963, 1965 Best and Fairest 1966, 1968, 1970, 1973 Captain 1967-1973 Port Adelaide’s Greatest Ever Team 1870-2000 Right wing SANFL Coach 1974-1982, 88-96 Premierships 1977, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1994, 1995 AFL Coach 1997-1998 Inaugural Port Adelaide AFL coach

BOB CLAYTON Player 1966 - 1975 Games 151 | Goals 4 General Manager 1989-1990, 1996 (SANFL) Team Manager 1997-2004 (AFL)

ANGELO CONGEAR Player 1908-1922 Games 147 | Goals 222 Premierships 1910, 1913, 1914, 1921

BRIAN CUNNINGHAM Player 1971-1983 Games 256 | Goals 428 Premierships 1977, 1979, 1980, 1981 Captain 1979-1982 Administrator 1992-95, 97-2004 Port Adelaide CEO (SANFL) 1992-1995 Port Adelaide CEO (AFL) 1997-2004

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LESLIE ‘BRO’ DAYMAN Player 1921-1931, 1937 Games 166 | Goals 401 Premierships 1921, 1928 Best and Fairest 1923, 1924, 1928 Club leading goalkicker 1928-1931 League leading goalkicker 1929

RUSSELL EBERT

Magarey Medal 1990 Ken Farmer Medal 1990, 1994, 1996 Port Adelaide’s Greatest Ever Team 1870-2000 Left forward pocket

RON ‘BRICK’ HOFFMAN Player 1939-1948 Games 103 | Goals 181 Administrator 1972-1992

Player 1968-1978, 1980-1985 Games 392 | Goals 294 Premierships 1977, 1980, 1981 Best and Fairest 1971, 1972, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1981 Magarey Medal 1971, 1974, 1976, 1980 Captain 1974-1978 Port Adelaide’s Greatest Ever Team 1870-2000 Centre Coach 1983-1987 Captain-coach 1983-1985

SAMPSON ‘SHINE’ HOSKING

TIM EVANS

ALLAN ‘BOB’ MCLEAN OBE

Player 1975-1986 Games 248 | Goals 1044 Premierships 1977, 1979, 1980, 1981 Club leading goalkicker 1975, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985 League leading goalkicker 1977, 1978, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1984 Port Adelaide’s Greatest Ever Team 1870-2000 Full forward

Player 1939-1948 Games 147 | Goals 414 Premierships 1939, 1942 Club leading goalkicker 1940, 1941, 1947, 1948 League leading goalkicker 1947 Administrator 1949-80, 83-89 Administrative record General Manager 1949-1980 Chairman 1983-1989

BRIAN FAIRCLOUGH Coach/administrator 1972-2003 Under-19 coach 1972-1978 Under-19 Premierships 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977 Reserves coach/League assistant 1979-1982, 1987-1989, 1992-1995 Reserves Premierships 1980, 1988 League Premierships 1979, 1980, 1981, 1988, 1989, 1992, 1994 Selection committee 1979-1982, 1987-1989 Chairman of selectors 1990-1996 (SANFL) 1997-1998 (AFL) AFL director 1999, 2000 Chairman, life membership committee 2003-present

TIM GINEVER Player 1983-1997 Games 314 | Goals 302 Premierships 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1994, 1994, 1995, 1996 Best and Fairest 1994 Captain 1994-1997 SANFL Coach 2006-2009

NEVILLE HAYES Player 1953-1965 Games 217 | Goals 58 Premierships 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1962, 1963 Best and Fairest 1957, 1960 Port Adelaide’s Greatest Ever Team 1870-2000 Left half-back

SCOTT HODGES Player 1987-1998 Games 183 | Goals 693 Premierships 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998 Best and Fairest 1990, 1996 Club leading goalkicker 1988, 1989, 1990, 1994, 1996

Player 1907-1921, 1927, 1936 Games 163 | Goals 45 Premierships 1910, 1913, 1914, 1916*, 1917*, 1921 Best and Fairest 1910 Magarey Medal 1910, 1915 Coach 1921, 1927-1931, 1936-1938, 1942-1944 Premierships 1921, 1928, 1936, 1937, 1942

HENRY KNEEBONE Medical officer 1966-1993

EDWARD ‘TED’ MCMAHON Trainer/Head Trainer 1933-1973

GEOF MOTLEY Player 1953-1966 Captain-coach 1959-1961 Games 250 | Goals 156 Premierships 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1962, 1963, 1965 Best and Fairest 1958, 1959, 1963, 1965 Captain 1959-1966 Magarey Medal 1964 Port Adelaide’s Greatest Ever Team 1870-2000 Right half back

PAUL NORTHEAST Player 1987 - 2000 Games 235 | Goals 11 Premierships 1989, 1990, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999 Best and Fairest 1991 Life Member 1997

HAROLD OLIVER Player 1910-1915, 1919-1922 Games 110 | Goals 88 Premierships 1910, 1913, 1914, 1921 Best and Fairest 1911, 1912 Port Adelaide’s Greatest Ever Team 1870-2000 Right half-forward

GREG PHILLIPS Player 1976-1982, 1987-1993 Games 343 | Goals 93 Premierships 1977, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992 Best and Fairest 1988 Captain 1991-1993

HARRY ‘TICK’ PHILLIPS Player 1886-1900 Games 198 | Goals 126 Premierships 1890, 1897 Best and Fairest 1888, 1891, 1892, 1893


HALL OF FAME

Captain 1899-1900 Club leading goalkicker 1888 Chairman 1910

JEFF POTTER Player 1959-1970 Games 235 | Goals 289 Premierships 1959, 1962, 1963, 1965 Best and Fairest 1961, 1964, 1967, 1969 Club leading goalkicker 1964 Port Adelaide’s Greatest Ever Team 1870-2000 Interchange

ROBERT BERRIMA QUINN M.M. Player 1933-1940, 1944-1947 Games 239 | Goals 386 Premierships 1936, 1937, 1939 Best and Fairest 1937, 1938, 1945, 1947 Magarey Medal 1938, 1945 Club leading goalkicker 1937, 1945 Port Adelaide’s Greatest Ever Team 1870-2000 Right forward pocket Captain-coach 1939-1940, 1945-1947

ALLAN ‘BULL’ REVAL Player 1932-1943, 1945 Games 184 | Goals 79 Premierships 1936, 1937, 1939, 1942 Best and Fairest 1939 Port Adelaide’s Greatest Ever Team 1870-2000 Follower Captain-coach 1940-1941

LEW ROBERTS Player 1937-1948 Games 182 | Goals 50 Premierships 1937, 1939 and 1942 Best and Fairest 1946 Captain 1942, 1943, 1944 Captain-coach 1948

DICK RUSSELL Player 1947-1953 Games 121 | Goals 1 Premierships 1951 Best and Fairest 1948, 1949, 1951 Port Adelaide’s Greatest Ever Team 1870-2000 Left back pocket

ALFRED EDWARD ‘TED’ WHELAN Player 1948-1961 Games 248 | Goals 90 Premierships 1951, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959 Best and Fairest 1956 Port Adelaide’s Greatest Ever Team 1870-2000 Right back pocket

FOSTER NEIL WILLIAMS Player 1950-1958 Games 151 | Goals 240 Best and Fairest 1950, 1955 Premierships 1951, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958 Club leading goalkicker 1950, 1951, 1955 Captain-coach 1950-1958 Coach 1962-1973 Premierships 1962, 1963, 1965 Port Adelaide’s Greatest Ever Team 1870-2000 Rover, Captain-Coach

STEPHEN WILLIAMS Player 1979-1995 Games 269 | Goals 288 Premierships 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1994, 1995 Coach 1996-2003 Premierships 1996, 1998, 1999

KENNETH LLOYD ZUCKER Player 1949-1959 Games 185 | Goals 263, Premierships 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959 1954-59

1954 - 1959 PREMIERSHIP TEAM MEMBERS John Abley, Allan Blagrove, David Boyd, John Cahill, Roger Clift, Brian Coldwell, John Dewhirst, Wallace Dittmar, Robert Fabian, Thomas Garland, David Gill, Allen Greer, John Hall, Ian Hannaford, Neville Hayes, Basil Jaggard, Rex Johns, Kimball Kelly, Brian Key, Marx Kretschmer, Brian Luke, William Mahney, Arthur Marrett, Harold McDonald, Geof Motley, Peter Obst, Trevor Obst, Colin Parham, Jeff Potter, John Robinson, James Sawford, Laurence Stevens, Donald Thompson, Kenneth Tierney, Dean Trowse, Norman Tull Ted Whelan, Raymond Whittaker Jnr, Fos Williams, Thomas Williams, Lloyd Zucker

DARREN SMITH Player 1984-1998 Games 343 | Goals 505 Premierships 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1996 Club leading goalkicker 1986, 1987

WARREN TREDREA Player 1996-1997,2007 (SANFL) 1997-2010 (AFL) Games 281 (255 AFL/27 SANFL) Goals 582 (549 AFL/33 SANFL) Premierships 1996 (SANFL), 2004 (AFL) All Australian selections 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Best and Fairest (AFL) 2001, 2004, 2005, 2009 Club leading goal kicker (AFL) 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2009

GAVIN WANGANEEN Player 1990, 2006 (SANFL) 1997-2006 (AFL) Games 197 | Goals 184 SANFL games 23 | goals 46 AFL games 174 | goals 138 Premierships 1990 (SANFL), 2004 (AFL) Best and Fairest (AFL) 2003 Port Adelaide All-Australian selections 2001, 2003

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LIFE MEMBERS AND OBITUARIES OBITUARIES Bruce Light 24/01/2018 Past player - 19671978, 1x premiership Allen Greer 26/04/2018 Past player 1946-1956, 3x premierships, Life Member 1955

LIFE MEMBERS 1909 W H Harvey* W E Mattinson* K McKenzie* H Phillips* J Sweeney* 1912

K W Growden* W McFarlane* G E Pryke OBE*

1936

1955

G Clarke* S Ween*

A S Greer J McCarthy* 1956 R N Mann*

1937 C Hayter* 1938

1957 D E Boyd R W Clift* W Danvers* C S Parham A E Whelan*

1939

1958

J Dickinson* J Dunstone* A Godson* N Hender* L Hodge* W Whicker*

A F Carlsson* G Hart* H A McDonald* C A McKenzie* F N Williams* K L Zucker*

1940

1959 J W Abley* S G Moon*

1921

J Anderson* F I Hansen* F Magor* P O’Grady*

J McGargill* E Strawns*

1941 A R Reval*

1922

1942 T Kellaway* K Obst*

1913

Allan Blagrove 25/05/2018 Past player - 19551959, 3x premierships

1914

Randall Gerlach 31/08/2018 Past player - 19711977, 1x premiership

J Gill* H Lane*

H Baird* W E C Baudinet* J A Jones* D Linklater*

R Cruickshank* J V Earle*

John E Dewhirst 18/05/2018 Past player - 19571958, 1x premiership

Dean Trowse 07/08/2018 Past player - 1951-1957, 4x premierships, life member 1965

1935

L T Corston* J Davies* R Fraser*

J Hodge* 1919 S Hosking* H V Pope* 1920 J Noel*

A J Biscombe* A Congear* J Mack* W H Oliver* J Quinn*

1944 B Bampton* R B Quinn, MM*

1923

1945

P Gardner*

W R Lowe* H E Martin*

1926 Dr A V Benson* S H Skipper* 1927 C McArthur* F F Ward* 1928 S Dickson* A Hosie* 1929 H Eaton* A McFarlane*

1946 L E Roberts* K West* F White*

1960 C A Darwent* M A Kretschmer E W Pomeroy* 1961 Dr R H Elix* F B Harvey OBE* E V Holmsted* H D Vincent* C E Whelan* 1962 A Brown* N C Hayes G P Motley 1963

Dr P T Cherry* E R McMahon*

G H Dunn* R H Johns* G W Revel* W T Spells* K F Tierney

1948

1964

R W Hoffman* R McLean OBE* L G McLean* R C Schumann*

P K Obst* J Prideaux*

1947

1965

J Parr* K J Salmon 1970 J Challinder* 1971 R Elleway B T Nyland R J Samuels* 1972 F D Errey* H Hampton* C Tucker* 1973 B J Bannan G F Carter* L Hodson* A C Rosevear* K J Salvemini N F Smith* K L Spencer B H Thorn P W Whicker* 1974 D M R Gilligan* B E Wilson 1975 L Buck* R T Clayton* Mrs B Giddings* R Page* 1976 J Buck D Goodwin V A Hoare* Dr J H Kneebone* B M Light J Molan* W G Sutton* D Williams* 1977 G Anderson K Aubert* R F Ebert OAM 1978 D F Cahill J Hart C A Turville* P B Woite

P Bampton* C Keal*

A H Dowsett* H Ollrich* J Skelly*

R E Fabian* R L Obst* J M Porter* R F Seal* D J Trowse

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1950

1966

L C Dayman* V Johnson*

1980

C Adams* C I Dayman C V Thompson*

E Harrison* H Spencer*

1951

J V Cahill D S Gill* A C Marsh* T D Obst J G Potter C A Whicker*

B S Burchell* B A Cunningham B E Fairclough D J Harkness* C Hoffman J Huskinson* K W J Martin J W Nitschke

1930

1932 M Allingham* C I Maywald* 1933 E Dewar* E Mucklow* 1934 H Logan* A J Swain*

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Mrs E Dewar* G Lohf* 1952 F W Dowsett* D J Fletcher* 1953 F H Goddard*

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1969 J T Gun R Haskard*

1979 L Jacobs* A J Trebilcock

1981 T E Garland C W Natt K O’Reilly


LIFE MEMBERS AND OBITUARIES 1982

1993

2002

T Cripps K L Duthie* Dr I R Kerr K B Kinnear A C Lawson* B Rees J J Swain*

D Arnfield T Benton D Clarke D McSweeny* D Smith S Traynor

M Williams D Basheer S Carter D Poole A Settre R Travis M Wade

1983 R Bercham B A Johnson* D J Keyes R W Lloyd A W McKay Mrs R Obst* A L Porplycia T R Sorrell P Woolman* 1984 T N Evans A K Giles R E Heath* Mrs I Johnson L W McGie R D Philp Mrs E Schroeder* B A Snodgrass 1985 P J Belton M Maiden G R Tredrea T J Whimpress 1986 G Alderson R Guscott Mrs V Innes 1987 I Eckermann J L Firth E W Freeman OAM Mrs ZE Robinson* Mrs E Seal* 1988 C Cooper* M L Cooper M J Derrick* K J McGregor J Sparre 1989 A Gill W R Haslam G I Phillips S Williams A Zauch* 1990 G J Boyd R H Johnston 1991 D Dornan G Monteleone 1992 T Ginever E Kent* G Kraft N Thiele

1994 B Abernethy D Borlase G Fiacchi D Hutton D Thomas Mrs D Wilson J Wood* 1995 G C Boulton S Bulach* K Doyle A Hobby R J Hoey M D Judd C Lum D Shanahan* R Smith M Tylor

A B Hincks T S Thurstans

C L Ah Chee L Doyle M James M Quinlan 2010

Mrs W Altus* G Baird D Baker B Curtin J Hall T Lindsay K McLeavey

R Blyth M P Bishop D S Brogan D Cassisi K G Cornes F Garratt D Hughes D Johnson B McFarlane J Sincock* S A Worner D B Wakelin

M Ashley R Boyd D McKay B Owens S Tregenza 2005

2011 B Chaplin B A Ebert S R Kirchner A Mosca D J Pounsett S Regan Dr C S Wheeler P A Woolley

R Falk S L Hodges P J Northeast R Whitehorn

A D Bamford P G Burgoyne T M Byrt J W Casey M P Clayton D K Crossman R G James B D Lade J May R B Mollison G P Morris W G Tredrea A A Votino D J Watkins M R Wilson C Withy

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2006

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F B Broadbent R S Duthie* C G Ebert T W Klopp M LePoidevan

P G Barnes K Bishop P D Custance S A Dew M Errey Mrs D Falk N Fiegert M L Fisher J A Francou A S Kingsley W Mahney M R Primus W Rogers S Rose Ms C Siek J Wait G A Wanganeen

B Chalmers J R Meiklejohn P Rizonico

1996 D J Brown R D Delaney F E Hayter P J Hoffman I D McLachlan* D Rady 1997

1999 Mrs T Bell* S Curtis P Heaton G Lang M O’Brien 2000 A Chivell M Crossman* Mrs M Gill Mrs H Henneker D Horgan D Mead Mrs W Pridham G F Virgo* 2001 S Clifford J McBain J Settre G Sharpe* J Warren* Mrs V Williams* T Winslett*

2007 S Birbeck T Carr R Cope C S Cornes C Elson J Frost J Poulton Mr A Scott AO, OAM* J Waldron 2008 F C Bibron B Fitzpatrick* I Hannaford

CHAIRMAN’S CLUB

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2003

2004

SOLDIER LIFE MEMBERS

2012 K Christison G Davies B Duncanson M Heynen S Salopek G Samuels S Williams-Bambrick I Wilson

2014 S W Cochrane P A Rohde M P Richardson P Walsh 2015 A M Carlile T R Logan S P Summerton 2016 T A Boak R T Gray P Stewart T Thiele J Westhoff 2017 L Crabb M Lobbe B Weber*

W.R. Drummond M.M.*

C. Dayman* J.W. Robertson* A.J. Biscombe* S. Howie* R.B. Quinn M.M.* J. Watson (KIA)* J. Boon (KIA)* L. Rudd (KIA)* A. Dowsett* R.C. Schumann*

FOUNDATION LIFE GOVERNORS G Blackmore D Boyd G Fahey F Hayter R Heath* A Hobby R Hoey W Rogers J Sinclair GF Virgo* B Weber* F Welfare*

Mr Joe Bacolo, Direct Interiors Mr Gary Barnes Mr Chris Brougham, Des’s Cabs Pty Ltd Mr Greg Columbus, Clarke Energy Mr Rhys Columbus Mr Stephen Cox Mr Greg Fahey, The Lakes Resort Mr Italo Formato, TJM Mr Bill Gill Dr Tony Hobby, Island Dental Mr Robert Hoey, Northpoint Toyota Mr Phil Hoffmann, Phil Hoffmann Travel Mr Mark Holmes Mr Peter Karytinos, Olympic Industries Mr David Kelly Mr Andrew Kitt, Keen Office Furniture Mr Stephen Lane Mr Graeme Lowe, F Miler & Co. Mr Chirs Mandalov Mr Bruce McFarlane, Yarramundi Investments Pty Ltd Mr Paul McHugh Mr Ian McLachlan AO Mr Erik Metanomski Mr David Myers, MyersMcCann Sir Eric Neal AC CVO Mr Orso Osti Mr Neil Pahuja Mr Roger Paterson, Sportsmed SA Mr Phillip Pike, Pike Constructions Mr Iilia Sotiropolos, IP Partners Mr Bastiaan Sparreboom Mr Shane Thurnwald Ms Wendy Tredinnick Mr Sergio Vassallo, Vassallo Crash Mr Bill Vis

2018 M Broadbent S Gray H Hartlett H Rasheed *deceased

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VALE He was the gentle giant affectionately nicknamed “the Bear”, a versatile utility player whose decision to retire in his prime after the droughtbreaking 1977 premiership caught most people off guard, but to Port Adelaide legend Russell Ebert he was just a mate who could have been anything. Randall Gerlach’s passing in September came after more than 40 years of enduring the effects of a debilitating kidney condition. The 65-year-old played 110 games for Port Adelaide between 1971 and 1977, primarily as a key forward, but as Ebert remembers, he flourished in just about any position. “Randall was a very very strong mark, and a very good kick and so he could play back pocket, he could play across the half back line and he could play across the half forward line or full forward line,” he recalled. “He was very flexible and adaptable and could even be a key position player or he could play a support role. “He was a terrific asset to have because he could play anywhere across the ground, even in the ruck because of his size.” In 1976 Gerlach was the club’s leading goal kicker with 90 goals as his condition emerged. Against medical advice he played on in 1977, playing a key

role as the club broke a 12-year premiership drought. “He was a very good player. He was not of good health in 1976 but we had had such a good year but a disappointing finish and he was determined to play on in 77 and we were really pleased that he did. “He played a major part, not only in the finals, but in us getting there.” Reserved and private off the field, Gerlach was well-liked by his teammates and others around the club. Described as “strong-minded, determined and skilful” and a “great bloke to be around” by Ebert, the four-time Magarey Medallist is in no doubt Gerlach would have been a 200-game player for Port Adelaide if not for his illness. “We used to affectionately call him the Bear, I think because he was just a big gentle person but if you riled him, that’s when the big angry bear came out,” Ebert said. “Without those limitations he would have been the best key position player of his time.” Gerlach is the second teammate Ebert lost in 2018 with the passing of Bruce Light in January. Light was remembered for his dynamism and scorching runs during his 216 games and 89

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goals for the club. A fan favourite who typified everything Port Adelaide with his selfless and courageous play, Light died aged 68 after a long illness. One of the most popular figures to ever wear a Magpies guernsey, Light thrilled a legion of fans between 1967 and 1978. “Regardless of who you asked – Port Adelaide supporters, fellow teammates or casual observers – Bruce Light would invariably be in the top three for people’s favourite players across his career,” remembered Ebert. “Bruce was different to wingmen of that time. He loved being in the thick of the action and he had the courage to back it up. “But he was also the fastest player I’ve ever seen, which made him very popular with our supporters but not so popular with opposition wingmen.” Light was made a life member of Port Adelaide in 1976 and also played four games for South Australia. Described by Ebert as a great friend and always the first to offer to help, Light will be remembered as a superior footballer and a generous and passionate teacher. “Bruce was all about team success and triumph for the whole club. Along with his teammates, Bruce loved the trainers and volunteers at the

club and always felt a real sense of responsibility toward the entire club and supporter base,” Ebert said. “We’ve lost so many people that we had the good fortune to play with, mix with and socialise with and he is just one of them. “They are all part of the Port Adelaide family and we miss them terribly.”

RANDALL GERLACH RECORDS • 110 games for Port Adelaide, 1971 to 1977 • 4 games for South Australia • Port Adelaide SANFL premiership player - 1977


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2018 Staff BOARD OF DIRECTORS PORT ADELAIDE FOOTBALL CLUB David Koch Chairperson Kevin Osborn Deputy Chairperson Cos Cardone Committee Member Ross Haslam Committee Member George Fiacchi Committee Member Holly Ransom Committee Member Jamie Restas Committee Member Trevor Thiele Committee Member Amanda Vanstone Committee Member PORT ADELAIDE FOOTBALL AND COMMUNITY CLUB Trevor Thiele Chairman David Judd Director Matthew Webb Acting General Manager – Licenced Venues Matthew Richardson Executive General Manager Stephen Dawes Chief Operating Officer Shane Smith Chief Financial Officer POWER COMMUNITY Mary Patetsos Chairperson Lauren Ganley Director

Cos Cardone Committee Member

David Hutton James Lindsay Committee Member Committee Member

Keith Thomas Committee Member

Sean Kirchner Committee Member

Michaela Webster Committee Member

FOOTBALL STRATEGIC COMMITTEE

Gary Tredrea Committee Member

Oliver Shawyer Committee Member

John Settre Committee Member

Rick Nieuwenhoven Committee Member

George Fiacchi Chairperson Kevin Osborn Committee Member

Keith Thomas Committee Member Chris Davies Committee Member Dom Cassisi Committee Member INTEGRITY COMMITTEE Amanda Vanstone Chairperson Keith Thomas Committee Member Chris Davies Committee Member Stephen Dawes Committee Member Jamie Restas Committee Member David O’Donovan Committee Member FINANCE & AUDIT COMMITTEE Kevin Osborn Chairperson Stephen Dawes Committee Member Shane Smith Committee Member Matthew Richardson Committee Member Danny Zada Committee Member Lisa Mullins Committee Member John Hart Committee Member

Ben Demertzis Committee Member Matthew Richardson Committee Member

Tara MacLeod Committee Member

PATRONS

GOVERNANCE COMMITTEE Jamie Restas Chairperson Ross Haslam Committee Member Kevin Osborn Committee Member Donald McGurk Committee Member Stephen Dawes Committee Member Daniel Widera Committee Member PLAYER WELFARE COMMITTEE Holly Ransom Chairperson Chris Davies Committee Member John Hinge Committee Member Paul Vandenbergh Committee Member Pauline Connelly Committee Member Marlon Motlop Committee Member Natalie Bode Committee Member Tom Jonas Committee Member Jack Hombsch Committee Member

Sir Eric Neal AC CVO

AMBASSADORS Ben Baker Louise Bawden Darren Cahill Dean Canto Kyle Chalmers Taliqua Clancy Andrew Commis Kane Cornes Lucy Cornes Julian De Vizio Bruce Djite Ben Garuccio Peter Goers OAM Juliet Haslam Travis Head Harrison Kantarias Rob Kelvin Justin Kurzel Racheal Leachar Jake Lehmann Rosanna Mangiarelli Anna Meares Rebecca Morse Roger Rasheed Barry ‘Nugget’ Rees John Riddell Dwayne Russell Chadd Sayers Alissa Smith Matt Tarrant Warren Tredrea Jarrod Walsh

MANAGEMENT AND STAFF

John Ranaldo Committee Member

BRAND & MARKETING COMMITTEE

Grantley Stevens Committee Member

Cos Cardone Chairperson

Trevor Thiele Committee Member

Holly Ransom Committee Member

LIFE MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE

Keith Thomas Committee Member

Brian Fairclough Committee Member

Matthew Richardson Committee Member

CHAIRMANS COMMITTEE

George Fiacchi Committee Member

Daniel Norton Committee Member

David Koch Chairperson

Brian Cunningham Committee Member

George Freney Committee Member

Matthew Richardson Executive General Manager

Kevin Osborn Jim Nitschke Deputy Chairperson Committee Member

Claire Quartuccio Committee Member

ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE

Richard Ryan AO Director Jamie Restas Director Frank Weits Director

COMMITTEES

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CHIEF EXECUTIVE’S OFFICE Keith Thomas Chief Executive Officer Louise Broadbridge Executive Assistant to CEO & Board of Directors

Stephen Dawes Chief Operating Officer

Adam Papalia Member Services Officer

Shane Smith Chief Financial Officer

Ben Hurst Head of Retail and Licensing

Danny Zada Finance Manager

Dani Debono Port Store Manager

Brian Condon Facilities Manager

Lachlan Cameron Stock Control Coordinator

Stephanie Gucciardi Accounts Payable Officer Michelle McClintock Accountant Rachel Porter Finance Assistant Jacob Maksimovic Accounts Receivable Officer COMMERCIAL & PARTNERS James Lindsay General Manager Commercial Richard Kelly General Manager Partnerships Sarah Balkwill Executive Assistant to GM - Commercial Lisa Grimsey Account Manager Partnerships Adam White Account Manager Partnerships Renee Formiatti Senior Account Manager-Partnerships Fraser Johnson Sales Executive

Kosta Mylonas Sales Executive

Anton Williams Sales Executive

Lisa Wilford Commercial Operations Coordinator CONSUMER BUSINESS Claire Quartuccio Head of Insights & Growth Ben Demertzis Membership Manager Leonie Way Membership Operations Manager Harrison Fairweather Member Services Officer Maria Munoz Member Services Officer

MARKETING & DIGITAL Oliver Shawyer Marketing & Digital General Manager Elly Siklic Marketing Coordinator -Communications Brand Kimberley Smith Senior Graphic Designer Sarah Fazzini Graphic Designer Stephanie Say Digital Media Manager Michael Cranmer Digital Media Coordinator Jessica Green Marketing Coordinator - Digital EDM Jordan Bianchini Video Content Producer Matthew Caporaso Video Content Producer Cameron Doyle Video Content Producer MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION Daniel Norton General Manager Media Loukas Founten Communications Coordinator & Content Producer CHINA OPERATIONS Andrew Hunter General Manager China Engagement Shane Smith Head of Operations Damien Smith Partnership Manager


2018 Staff Sandi Camporeale Account Manager Jodie Cairns Corporate Partnerships Executive Shaoliang Chen AFL International Scholarship Promise Xu Executive Partnerships Manager Chengcheng Sun Social Media & Marketing Coordinator HUMAN RESOURCES Kate Siemionow HR Coordinator/ Executive Assistant to COO POWER COMMUNITY LTD

FOOTBALL OPERATIONS AFL (FOR 2018 SEASON)

EVENTS & GAME DAY Helen Hobbins Head of Events & Game Day Rebecca Quartermaine Events Executive

Chris Davies General Manager Football

Alicia Chatburn Events Executive Jasmine Campaniello Events Coordinator Rosie Long Events & Game Day Coordinator Kelly Hean Events Assistant

Ross Wait General Manager Power Community Limited

Matthew Webb Acting General Manager - Licensed Operations

Paul Vandenbergh Director - Aboriginal Programs

Attila Balla Executive Chef Licensed Venues

Russell Ebert Youth Programs Manager

Benjamin Bailey Bar Supervisor Licensed Venues

Jake Battifuoco Youth Programs Manager Kate Brereton Youth Programs Coordinator Cassie Pyman Youth Programs Coordinator Alipate Carlile Programs Manager Marlon Motlop Aboriginal Programs Coordinator Wade Thompson Aboriginal Programs Coordinator Braedon Talbot Powerful Futures Coordinator Harry Miller Powerful Futures Coordinator Jasmine Miller Aboriginal Programs Coordinator Jayne Whibley Community Operations and Volunteer Coordinator

Linda Crabb Licensed Venues and Magpies Marketing Manager Sally Cureton Functions Manager

Mark Elliott Maintenance

Amber Formosa Apprentice Chef

Barb Johnson Gaming Manager – Prince of Wales

Matthew Nicks Senior Assistant Coach

Tim Parham Physiotherapist

Mitch Bailey Fitness Assistant

Gerard Murphy Sports Psychologist Leadership

Geoff Parker National Recruiting Manager

Jason Cripps List Manager (VIC) Chris Drain Assistant Recruiting Manager - Pro Scout (VIC) Matthew Drain P/T Recruiting Officer (VIC) Stuart Graham Head of Sports Science Anton Grbac P/T Recruiting Officer (VIC)

Adrian Settre Strength Coach MEDICAL STAFF Robert Buckley Doctor Michael Gill Head Trainer Don Wilson Dentist Michael Wilson Physiotherapist Rebekah Mauger Physiotherapist

Michael Regan Performance and List Analytics Manager (VIC)

Shane Grimm SANFL & Next Generation Academy Manager

Ander Rodoreda Football Analyst

LEAGUE

ALBERTON PRECINCT

Matthew Lokan SANFL Senior Coach

Jill Anderson Port Club and Grandstand attendant

Daniel Rogers Athletic Development Coach

Maria Lawrence Acting Gaming Manager – The Port Club

Emily Hartley Dietitian

Michael Voss Assistant Coach Midfield

Lauren Meaney Gaming Manager The Port Club

Trent Hentschel FootballAdministration Manager / Development Coach

Michael Wilson Physiotherapist (SANFL)

Brendon Lade Assistant Coach Forward

Mitch Bailey Strength and Conditioning Coach

Linda Crabb Venue and Magpies Marketing Manager

Scott Thompson Development Coach Midfield

Kelly Tiainen Assistant Manager Licensed Venues

Sean Baker League Strength and Conditioning Coach

Nick Richardson Senior Athletic Development Coach

Shane Grimm SANFL & Next Generation Academy Manager

James Jarvis Football IT Manager

FOOTBALL OPERATIONS SANFL (FOR 2018 SEASON)

FITNESS

ADMINISTRATION

Jordan Hinkley Football Analyst

David Steventon Mindset Training

Chris Johnson Runner

Di Pounsett PA to Senior Coach and General Manager - Football

Jaye Sippel High Performance Coordinator

Rocky Oliveira Players’ Chef

Alex Pisani Football Analyst

Aaron Greaves Head of Football Development

John Hinge Player Welfare and Development Manager

Anthony Parkin Assistant Recruiting Officer - New Talent (VIC)

Chris Sheedy Senior Football Analyst

Sarah Palmer Functions/Bistro Coordinator

Amanda LeCouteur Sports Psychologist Recruiting

Brett Anderson Talent Scout (VIC)

Nathan Grasby Football Analyst

Kate Miller Head Chef - Prince of Wales

Mike Heynen Physiotherapist

Damian Newberry Club Doctor

Chad Cornes Development Coach Forward

LICENSED OPERATIONS

Mark Fisher Senior Club Doctor

Ian McKeown Head of High Performance

Tim O’Leary Head of Medical Services

Stuart Cochrane Director of Academies

Tara MacLeod General Manager

Leadership

Ken Hinkley Senior Coach

Nathan Bassett Assistant Coach Defence

STRATEGIC PROJECTS

Matthew Lokan SANFL Senior Coach

Carl Woods Skills Acquisition Coach Robert Younger Performance Data Scientist (VIC)

VOLUNTEERS

Scott Thompson Assistant Coach / Midfield Chad Cornes Assistant Coach / Forwards Trent Hentschel Assistant Coach / Defenders Scott Matthews Assistant Coach / Bench Mathew Gates Runner John Samaras Interchange Steward

ADMINISTRATION Margaret Gill Administration Services Maya Quester Events

Ross Anderson Port Club and Grandstand attendant Jack Baldassari Grandstand attendant John Sharman Grandstand attendant Cliffton Kerwin Grandstand attendant CARETAKER/ FACILITIES

John Settre League Team Manager

Kevin Ising John Hadfield

RESERVES

Daphne Albanese Alex Ashley Georgia Banister Dylan Barge Mikaela Bartlett Steven Bevan Tamia Blackwell Harry Brayley Jayden Casbarra Jackson Cieslik Stephen Dawson

Scott Matthews Reserves Coach

CONTRACTORS

Robert Blyth Team Manager

Kristian DePasquale Podiatrist

Mathew Gates Assistant Coach

Ceri Evans Sports Psychologist -

Ben Hurst Assistant Coach

COMMUNITY

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2018 Staff COMMUNITY (cont) Joshua de Heus Kate Doyle Dylan Errington Tyran Hill Wade Meaney Jad Omaiche Jharni Perry Terrel Rigney Yoge Senthilkumar Peter Sierros Path Suri Rhys Sutton Teancum Varcoe Megan Vuong Sara Walkuski Sarah Wildy Sam Willoughby Sophie Wilson

Brett Knowles Recruiting Officer (SA)

Chris Glacken Match Day Steward

Beau Leonard Trainer

Lachlan Hillier Sports Trainer

Louis Leventis Trainer

Brett Howard Drinks Steward

Scott Marshall Doorman

Ben Hurst Reserves Assistant Coach

Mark Shephard (Club Historian & Chair)

Andrew Mencel Trainer

Christopher Johnston Reserves Runner

William Cheffirs Committee Member

Jackie Miller Players’ Kitchen

Graham Kraft Assistant Ball Steward

Jim Crabb Committee Member

Louis Leventis Sports Trainer

Margaret Gill Committee Member

Scott Marshall Steward

Mark Giles Committee Member

Scott Mathews Sports Trainer

Phil Heaton Committee Member

Ashleigh Mitchell Trainer Bob O’Malley Room Steward

DAD’S ARMY Rodney Bercham Roger Booth Kevin Doyle Dennis Goodwin Bob Gregory Jerzy Grzeskowiak Jeff Hicks Ronald O’Connor Paul O’Dea Bob O’Malley Ray Pitman Ted Rix Roger Simpson Vincent Tuckfield Dale Woodhart

Gerard Powell Doorman

Andrew Mencel Sports Trainer

Sally Pyper Players’ Kitchen

John Millington League Property Steward

Shane Regan Room Stewart (VIC) Paul Rizonico Interchange Steward Alf Trebilcock Boot Steward

FACILITIES & MAINTENANCE

Brianna Turley Trainer

John Hadfield Kevin Ising

Joel Urban Recruiting Officer (NSW)

FOOTBALL DEPARTMENT – AFL

Colin Varacalli Trainer

Patricia Afflick Players’ Kitchen

Nathan Waters Ball Steward

Terree Barber Players’ Kitchen

FOOTBALL DEPARTMENT - SANFL Sean Baker Next Generation Academy Athletic Development

Callan Bosley Recruiting Officer (WA) Marc Broome Recruiting Officer (VIC)

Dean Biggs League Steward Magpies

James Brown Trainer

Robert Blyth Reserves Team Manager

Phil Capurso Trainer Brandon Chaplin Team Chaplain Andrew Constantine Recruiting Officer (SA) Dave Crawford Room Steward Liam Elphick Recruiting Officer (WA) Christine Fensom Players’ Kitchen Jacquie Fitzgerald Players’ Kitchen Wayne Gaertner Players’ Kitchen

Allen Briggs Match Day Steward Liam Briggs Match Day Steward Bradley Brookshaw Match Day Steward James Brown Sports Trainer Phil Capurso Sports Trainer Thomas Cole Sports Trainer Andrew Delloso Sports Trainer

Michael Gill Trainer

Matthew Gates League Runner & Reserves Team Assistant

Toni Hansen Players’ Kitchen

Michael Gill Head Trainer

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Ashleigh Mitchell Sports Trainer Terry Nelson Reserves Time Keeper Ray Pitman Drinks Steward Stephen Rayner League Time Keeper John Samaras League Interchange Steward

Ange Peters Andriana Rousvanis Brodie Statham Maria Szczerba Parth Suri Adrian Wilson HISTORY COMMITTEE

Margaret Robinson Committee Member Andrea Thornton Committee Member Peter Thornton Committee Member

HOST FAMILIES Rod Campbell Annie Mandalov Neil Rankine & Sharon Mason Tina Snowdon Sue & Dennis Turner Travis & Jill Ward

John Settre League Team Manager Adrian Settre Rehab Assistant Nick Smith Room Security George Szewczyk Match Day Steward

STAFF DEPARTURES (SINCE END OF 2017) Rebecca Bell Accounts Receivable Officer

Robert Travis Reserves Property Steward

Claire Bunten Business to Business Program Officer

Brianna Turley Sports Trainer

Kane Chenoweth Video Content Producer

GAME DAY

Nathan Ellul Management Accountant

Katie Abela Jill Anderson Ross Anderson Clifford Kerwin John Sharman GAME DAY BUDDY Alex Ashley Harry Brayley Jayden Casbarra Michael Chen Stephen Dawson Fernando Felquer Abbey Gosling Jad Omaiche Emma Picchianti Sarah Wildy GAME DAY MEMBERSHIP Jeni Clark Chris Evans Cameron Glenn Katrina Penna

Tim Ginever Sales Manager

Julian Hatch Video Content Producer Simone de Laine Human Resources General Manager Pete McDonald Football Media Manager Damien McDowell Head of Commercial Peter Russo Bequest Program Manager Adam Thomson Partnerships Manager


BOARD OF DIRECTORS

BOARD OF DIRECTORS DAVID KOCH - CHAIRMAN • Profession: Co-host, Sunrise (Channel 7); • Executive Chairman, Pinstripe Media • Chairman, Port Adelaide Football Club 2012 current • Director, Port Adelaide Football Club 2012 current • Patron, Koch Centre for Youth and Learning KEVIN OSBORN - DEPUTY CHAIRMAN • Profession: Company Director • Deputy Chairman, Port Adelaide Football Club 2011 - current • Director, Port Adelaide Football Club 2011 current • Chairman, VUCA Pty Ltd • Chairman, Beerenberg Farm Advisory Board • Director, Accounting Professional and Ethical Standards Board • Chairman, Fisher Graham Limited • Director, Nut Producers Australia • Chairman, Osada Pty Ltd • Director, Aboriginal Basketball Academy • Fellow, former board member, Australian

Institute of Company Directors • Fellow, Institute of Public Accountants COS CARDONE • Profession: Chief Executive Officer, McGuire Media • Director, Port Adelaide Football Club 2012 current • Director, JAM TV Australia • Director, Laduma Asia Pacific • Master of Business Administration, University of South Australia GEORGE FIACCHI • Profession: Director, Fiacchi Media & Management • Director, Port Adelaide Football Club 2012 current • Chair, PAFC Football Strategic Committee 2017 - current • Director, Port Adelaide Football Club 2003 2004 • Business Advisor, Police Credit Union, Essential Beauty, Caffe Primo, Fresh92.7 • Ambassador, Bully Zero Australia Foundation ROSS HASLAM • Profession: Consultant - Strategic and Risk Management; Company

Director • Director, Port Adelaide Football Club 2012 current • Director, South Australia Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) • Risk Management: SA Health, Adelaide City Council,Scotch College,SAHMRI • Fellow, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand • B.E (Hons) University of Adelaide HOLLY RANSOM • Profession: Chief Executive Officer, Emergent • Director, Port Adelaide Football Club 2016 current • Co-Chair, United Nations Global Coalition of Young Women Entrepreneurs • Trustee, The Prince’s Trust Australia • Director, Apache Group Holdings Pty Ltd • Director, Cox Architecture • Director, Layne Beachley’s Aim for The Stars Foundation • Advisory Board Member, Victorian Police Commissioner’s Corporate Advisory Group • Advisory Board Member, RMIT University College

of Business • Advisory Board Member, AFLW • Chair, G20 Youth Summit, 2014 JAMIE RESTAS • Profession: Corporate Lawyer; Partner and National Head of Corporate, HWL Ebsworth Lawyers • Director, Port Adelaide Football Club 2012 current • Director - Adelaide Botanic Gardens and State Herbarium 2015 current • Member, Australian Institute of Company Directors • Member, Law Society of South Australia TREVOR THIELE • Profession: Chartered Accountant; Company Director • Director, Port Adelaide Football Club 2011 current • Director, Port Adelaide Football Club (SANFL) 2007 - 2010 • Director, The Port Club 2012 - current • Member, Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia & NZ • Chairman, YMCA South Australia Inc, 2011 current

• Director, Nexgen Energy Ltd 2012 - current • Director, Iso Energy Ltd, 2016 - current • Director, NxGold Ltd, 2017 - current AMANDA VANSTONE • Director, Port Adelaide Football Club 2012 current • Director, Drinkwise Australia • Board Member, Lockheed Martin Australia • Director, Adelaide Festival • Chair, Royal Flying Doctor Service Federation Board • Chair, Vision 2020 • Chair, Woomera Prohibited Area Advisory Board • Chair, Advisory Board of Governors Institute for International Trade University of Adelaide Course • Chair, Advisory Board Samstag Museum • Member, National Commission of Audit 2013 - 2014 • Hutt Street Centre, Patron • Ambassador to Italy 2007 - 2010 • Senator for South Australia 1984 - 2007 • Minister 1996 - 2007 • Member, Foundation Board of World AntiDoping Authority 2000

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CHRIS G E N E R A L M A N AG E R - FO OT B A L L

AFL PROGRAM It was clear at the end of the 2018 season that we had not lived up to our expectations. Finishing 10th was nowhere near what anyone associated with the club wanted and, on that basis, change was our reality. Over the off-season we farewelled key personnel Matthew Nicks, Aaron Greaves and Brendon Lade. Matthew joined the club in 2011, working in various roles including most recently as senior assistant to coach Ken Hinkley. Aaron was the club’s head of football development, while Brendon was forward and ruck coach, having returned to Alberton, where he was part of the 2004 AFL Premiership side, in 2016. Those departures meant we were able to welcome back premiership players Jarrad Schofield, Brett Montgomery and Dean Brogan to work in our coaching team. Jarrad will become midfield coach, Brett will coach our defensive unit and Dean will look after our rucks. Those changes mean Michael Voss, who signed a two-year contract extension in 2018, has become senior assistant coach, while

Nathan Bassett will move from defence into the forward line. We have also extended the contract of Chad Cornes who will continue on as a full-time forwards development coach. SANFL PROGRAM The SANFL Commission’s decision to adjust the rules around the way both Port Adelaide and Adelaide are able to attract players to their SANFL list has strengthened our ability to recruit experienced and talented players. A key part of this is an increase in our base payment salary cap to help retain our contracted Magpies players and a reduction in the age of our leadership player from an AFL list to 26 instead of 28. That has meant we have been able to retain the bulk of our playing list from 2017 and recruit Cam Sutcliffe, who has played more than 100 AFL games for Fremantle, to be our leadership player. Cam is originally a South Australian and played with Woodville-West Torrens before being drafted in 2011. He knows about the history of our club and his leadership and experience will be invaluable for our players. We have also been able to recruit some other players with

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SANFL experience in Matt Appleton, Jack Elsworthy, Dallas Hill, Tom Corcoran and Adam Mahney.

2019 is shaping to be an exciting season for Port Adelaide.

Coach Matthew Lokan is heading into his second season at the helm. As a result of the SANFL rule changes, we made the difficult decision not to continue with our SANFL reserves team for 2019 and beyond. The idea of diminishing our SANFL program was a last resort, but the decision will give us the best possible opportunity to win premierships, which is why we exist. We thank Reserves coach Scott Matthews and his players for their efforts in 2018 and wish them well in the next part of their careers. NEXT GENERATION ACADEMIES With Stuart Cochrane battling illness, we have appointed another former Port Adelaide player in Paul Stewart to work in a dual role as coach of the club’s Next Generation Academy and as part of the club’s Welfare and Development department. Paul played 101 AFL games in 10 seasons with Port Adelaide and, since being delisted at the end of the 2016 season, worked in

community development and with young people. Most recently, while still playing in the SANFL with WoodvilleWest Torrens, he worked as a regional coordinator for the youth homelessness organisation Ladder. Paul’s experience as an AFL player, as well as the associated challenges that came with it, along with his work and study made him the outstanding candidate for the role. In 2018, our under 15 Next Generation Academy featured in the first-ever Showdown involving SANFL-aligned players representing Port Adelaide and Adelaide. The best Under 15s from Norwood, South Adelaide, West Adelaide and the Eagles lined up for our academy while players aligned to the remaining clubs represented the Crows. It is hoped that this will be an annual event.


FATHER/SON ACADEMY Our Father/Son Academy is expected to pay dividends in 2019 when some famous Port Adelaide names are eligible to be drafted. Trent Burgoyne and Jackson Mead – sons of former Power stars Peter Burgoyne and Darren Mead – are eligible to nominate for the 2019 draft. They are training with the club on a semi-regular basis along with Taj Schofield, son of Jarrad Schofield. We will continue to work closely to develop these young men through the work of Paul Stewart.

MULTICULTURAL AND INDIGENOUS ACADEMY This academy started early in 2017, targeting players with African or Asian heritage and Aboriginal players from prescribed remote regions in South Australia. Players have been involved in fortnightly sessions at the club with two members of the Multicultural Academy – Kai Pudney and Martin Frederick selected to play for the victorious South Australian side which took out the Under 18 National Championship. The duo trained with the club in pre-season and we were able to bid upon them in the

rookie draft and claim them as category B rookies. FEMALE TALENT Port Adelaide has been stepping up its talent pathway for female footballers by hosting a group of some of the state’s best under 15 players as part of its Next Generation Academy set-up. 42 girls aligned to the South Adelaide, Norwood, WoodvilleWest Torrens and West Adelaide football clubs have been taking part in weekly sessions at the Allan Scott Power Headquarters at Alberton Oval to show them what it means to be a football professional. Among the sessions have been mindfulness programs, sessions focussed on specific strength and conditioning for females, and skills training, all aimed at teaching the girls about elite standards. The group is being coached by Naomi Maidment, who has been coaching the under 16 boys’ team at West Adelaide for the past five years. Naomi was the outstanding candidate for the job and we are pleased to help her with her own development in an elite environment. LIST MANAGEMENT AND RECRUITMENT We entered the offseason with a clear goal to improve our list and move up the draft order.

Over the past three or four years we realised there would be a strong talent pool in the 2018 AFL National Draft and we positioned ourselves to attack the draft. Much of this involved positioning ourselves as high as possible in the draft order and we used the 2018 trade period to do this, along with recruiting some proven AFL talent. We were delighted that free agent Scott Lycett chose to leave West Coast and nominated us as his preferred club. He is a former Port Adelaide junior, so he knows the club and he will complement our existing ruckmen, while also being able to play as a forward. During the trade period we also secured the services of Ryan Burton from Hawthorn and Sam Mayes from Brisbane – each experienced at AFL level.

Other list changes included the departures of Dom Barry, Jake Neade, Will Snelling, Jimmy Toumpas, Lindsay Thomas and Emmanuel Irra. At November’s draft we achieved our aim of securing the best available young talent. We landed Connor Rozee, Zak Butters, Xavier Duursma, Riley Grundy and Boyd Woodcock, before taking Tobin Cox, Martin Frederick and Kai Pudney in the rookie draft. Despite the changes, the average age of our squad only dropped slightly and the average number of games played by our players dropped by less than one game. We are particularly pleased that we have strengthened and refreshed our list and have been able to secure extra picks late in next year’s draft, which will enable us to make some potential father-son plays.

That they’re each originally from South Australia is a bonus. We also traded up the order to give ourselves three draft picks inside the first round for just the third time in the club’s history. But with that we had to farewell some players as well. Chad Wingard landed at Hawthorn, Jared Polec and Jasper Pittard at North Melbourne and Jack Hombsch at Gold Coast.

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“I wasn’t too sure I’d get another opportunity at the top level” BRETT MONTGOMERY PORT ADELAIDE assistant coach Brett Montgomery feels the refreshed coaching group will help bring a new perspective to how the team plays. Montgomery has returned to Alberton, where he played 126 games and was part of the side which won the 2004 AFL Premiership. The 45-year-old has taken over the role of defensive coach with Nathan Bassett moving to become the forward coach. “Obviously to coach at a club that you love and you’ve played for and where you’ve had a huge amount of positive memories, that just makes it that bit more special,” Montgomery said. “I wasn’t too sure I’d get another opportunity at the top level and when CD (Chris Davies) and Ken (Hinkley) came knocking I was thrilled.” Since retiring from playing, Montgomery has worked at Carlton, the Western Bulldogs and most recently as an opposition analyst for Greater Western Sydney.

He said the most recent role, in particular, had sharpened his coaching focus. “I got that opportunity under Brendan McCartney at the Dogs many, many years ago and I really do think it gave my coaching another layer of insight that maybe I wasn’t getting as a line coach,” Montgomery said. “When Leon Cameron asked me to do that job, I was rapt and I knew exactly how to do it – it’s pretty hard yards. Last year alone I had 42 interstate trips.” With premiership teammates Jarrad Schofield and Dean Brogan also joining the coaching group, senior coach Ken Hinkley will have a lot of experience to call upon in 2019.

more specifically, I’m looking at more the team’s defence and how we go about that,” Montgomery said. “I’ve heard Michael Voss and Ken say how the club wants to be bolder in the way we play. Well that relates to the way we defend as well as the way we attack. “We want to get some better looks (at the ball), we want to win it back earlier, and that’s what we want to do.” As well as being back at Alberton, Montgomery is also excited about working with Hinkley, who he said was known to be a good coach.

Montgomery said each will offer a differing perspective. He said while the Power’s defence was a real strength in 2018, he would like to see a better team defence. “My role is to take over the backline and coach them but again, if you drill down

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“I’m grateful for the opportunity, the timing was right” DEAN BROGAN DEAN BROGAN did not need a lot of convincing to return to Port Adelaide in late 2018, especially given there was a premiership reunion of sorts underway. With Jarrad Schofield and Brett Montgomery joining Chad Cornes in the coaching group and Michael Wilson working as a club physio, Brogan’s return completed the puzzle. “Having Schoey and Monty and Chad and Wilbur as a physio here now, there’s a really good connection between us and the playing group can see that,” Brogan said. “They probably want that when they get to our age. “We don’t talk about ourselves too much. It’s not about us anymore, it’s about the players but we’re happy when they come up to us and ask questions. “I guess we’re all here to win a Premiership and if we can help by explaining how we went about things then that’s what we’re there for.” Brogan played 174 games for the Power before shifting to New South Wales to become

a playing assistant coach at Greater Western Sydney where he managed another 19 games before retiring to focus on coaching. He left the Giants at the end of 2017 and after a year back in Adelaide, the former basketballer is now back where his football journey started with Port. “I’m grateful for the opportunity, the timing was right,” Brogan said. “I had a year out having come back from the Giants, and talked with Chris (Davies) and Ken (Hinkley) about coming back in a part-time role and it’s been great. “Obviously, there are a lot of new faces coming through the door this year. “The structures are still in place. There’s a couple of old heads still around but from a playing group perspective there’s a lot of young talent coming through and it’s good to work with them.”

season knee reconstruction. With the developing Peter Ladhams and Billy Frampton, 2017 All-Australian Paddy Ryder and 2018 Premiership player Scott Lycett to work with, Brogan is excited at the prospects, hinting that the Power will look to play with two ruckmen. “I think we have to,” he said. “Paddy’s going to play and Charlie (Dixon) will come back from his injury and then we’ve gone out and recruited Scotty Lycett, a premiership ruckman from West Coast. “It’s a challenge for the coaches to make them all fit in and see how that goes but Collingwood and West Coast both played two rucks. “They both played in the Grand Final so the model is there to be implemented. It’s just about does it fit with us? Which I’m sure it will.”

Brogan has a full complement of ruckmen to work with, bar young tall Sam Hayes, who is still working back from a mid-

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“It was a fantastic game and I was very fortunate” JARRAD SCHOFIELD PORT ADELAIDE assistant coach Jarrad Schofield admits much has changed at Alberton since he departed as a premiership player in 2004 but being back just feels right. Schofield was a much soughtafter coach within the AFL ranks after guiding Subiaco to five consecutive WAFL grand finals, including three premierships, in his six years at the helm but he says his loyalty to Port Adelaide made it the right decision to come back. “The close relationship I had with the club, obviously being a former premiership player and I spent six years of my career there,” he said. “I just felt also that the way that we finished (at Subiaco) this year, to win all three grades and 12 months ago I felt we had unfinished business after losing the 2017 Grand Final to Peel. “I was just super proud to go through the season undefeated and I had the full backing of my family, my wife and my two

children, so I just saw it as the right time to step forward and take on a new journey.” Schofield spent a week in Adelaide in May when the West Australian state team played South Australia and he was invited into the Power rooms during the memorable Showdown win over Adelaide in Round 8. He said that helped convince him that the Power was the best fit for him. “It was a fantastic game and I was very fortunate that Ken allowed me into the inner sanctum of their line meetings and their match committee and I just spent some time seeing what happens behind closed doors in the AFL ranks,” he said. “It really opened my eyes to be excited about that prospect and I am very thankful that Ken allowed me to do that.

to be a part of it.” Schofield’s son Taj is part of the Port Adelaide Football Club Father-Son Next Generation Academy, and eligible to be drafted in 2020. He said Taj loved the Power but was sensible in understanding there were no guarantees when it came to being drafted. “Being part of the FatherSon Academy, he gets that opportunity to rub shoulders with the boys that are there… it’s very exciting for him. He knows there are no guarantees in life and he’s got to work hard but he’s got a fantastic opportunity over the next two years to put his case forward,” Schofield said. “If he got drafted by Port Adelaide he’d be rapt but at the same time if not, he’ll go anywhere.”

“I could see straight away that the dynamics of the coaching group were strong, the playing group was strong and I wanted

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“the fact that i was getting to come home to a club I love, made it better” RYAN BURTON RYAN Burton is excited to land at “the club he loves” and grew up supporting – Port Adelaide - and gearing up for a potential position change. The 21-year-old was initially shocked at being put up for trade by former club Hawthorn but his feelings quickly turned to excitement once he learned Port Adelaide was at the other end of the deal. “I was a bit shocked and shattered…but the fact that I was getting to come home to a club I love, made it better,” he said. “Port was on the other end and it was a club that was always in the back of my mind to go to down the track, and it was a club I grew up loving – so it made it a lot easier.” Burton has supported Port Adelaide since childhood and also spent time training at the club prior to being drafted to Hawthorn in 2015. He’s relishing the opportunity to play alongside some familiar names on the Port Adelaide list and has received plenty of

messages of support from his new teammates. “A couple of the senior boys messaged me, really trying to welcome me to the club…they really wanted me to be a part of it, so that helped me make a decision,” he said. “I grew up loving blokes like Travis Boak and Hamish Hartlett – I’m keen to play with blokes like that, it’s pretty special. “I’ve heard a lot about Tom Jonas as a leader and I’m looking forward to playing down back with the likes of him.”

midfield as a junior, and then as a back for the 40-odd games I’ve played at AFL,” he said. “I’d love to push into the midfield in the next few years, but If I’m required as a defender, I’m happy to fulfil that role.” Burton will wear the number 3 in 2019, a number steeped in tradition, previously worn by numerous club greats including Allan Blagrove, Gavin Wanganeen and new defensive coach Brett Montgomery.

Midfield coach Jarrad Schofield is intent on bolstering Port’s midfield depth and has hinted at a possible addition of Burton to the midfield mix. Despite spending the majority of his career with Hawthorn in defence, Burton says he’s keeping an open mind about his position at Port Adelaide. “I’m happy to play wherever I need to - obviously I was drafted as a forward, I played

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“I’m just really enjoying being back at Alberton” SCOTT LYCETT NEW Port Adelaide ruckman Scott Lycett says he’s looking forward to teaming with 2017 All-Australian Paddy Ryder and proving wrong the critics of teams playing with dual ruckmen. Lycett joined the Power during the trade period after being part of the West Coast side which won the AFL premiership in 2018. A Port Adelaide junior who won a reserves premiership with the Magpies in the SANFL in 2010, the 26-year-old says it’s great to be back. “I’m just really enjoying being back at Alberton,” he said during a recent press conference. “It’s just such a rich history of a club and just training at Alberton just feels like a privilege every time you get out there.” Lycett worked with Nic Nautanui and then Nathan Vardy during the Eagles’ premiership success in 2018. At Port he is likely to rotate through the ruck with star big man Paddy Ryder.

“We haven’t really knuckled down on the specifics of what’s going to come next year but I’m sure that will come and I’m looking forward to working with Paddy,” Lycett said. “He’s obviously a great ruckman and I’m looking forward to silencing the critics that say you can’t play two rucks in the team. “There was a time there where people thought you couldn’t do it but obviously in the Grand Final both teams had two ruckmen so I’m looking forward to working with Paddy.” And while tap work will likely be his primary contribution to the Power set up, Lycett knows he will also be expected to float forward and hit the scoreboard. “I think it helps if you’re playing two ruckmen in the team you obviously have to be able to play forward and contribute up there,” he said. “And it’s not just about kicking goals, it’s about putting pressure on and making contests and stuff like that so hopefully when Paddy or myself is up forward, or one of

the young boys up and coming at the club, we can do that and hopefully put us in good stead.” Port Adelaide has now entered a period where players are auditioning for leadership spots following Travis Boak’s decision to step aside as captain after six seasons. Lycett said he would be happy to take on a leadership role if the opportunity arose, but was first trying to settle in to his new surrounds. “It’s not something I’d say no to but I’m just mindful that I’ve been here for three weeks and I’ve still got to earn my spot in the team and there’s only one way you can do that, by working hard and earning the respect of your teammates, coaches and the fans,” he commented. “I think it’s really important to have a strong group of leaders and I can definitely see that’s the case at Port so I’m not sure who’ll be the skipper but there’s a few candidates to go around because there’s some good leaders at the club.”

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“i think change is going to be good” SAM MAYES SAM MAYES is relishing the challenge of regaining his best football to force his way into a new-look Port Adelaide side.

At 189 centimetres tall and 88 kilograms, Mayes offers a versatile option in midfield, defence or up forward.

Mayes landed at Alberton during the trade period as part of the deal which also landed the club Ryan Burton from Hawthorn.

He grew up a Melbourne supporter and played 22 SANFL games for North Adelaide for 21 goals before he was drafted.

Mayes left Adelaide as a teenager after being drafted at pick 8 by the Brisbane Lions in the 2012 AFL National Draft. The Port Pirie product has played 101 games and kicked 26 goals since making his debut in 2013. The 24-year-old only managed six games in 2018 but is eager to find form in a new environment. “I am really looking forward to a new challenge and a new change,” he said. “I’m just looking forward to getting stuck into it and learning the game plan and all about Port Adelaide.”

He was an under 18 AllAustralian in 2011 and was South Australian vice-captain at the under 18 championships. A Rising Star nominee in 2013, he also won Brisbane’s 2013 Rookie of the Year award. In a turn of fate, current Port Adelaide assistant coach Michael Voss was coach at Brisbane when Mayes was drafted by the Lions.

As for coming home to South Australia, he’s made his family very happy. “It’ll be great to be back closer to family but it isn’t the sole purpose for coming to Port Adelaide,” he said. “I think change is going to be good and I can see myself fitting into the Port side and while there’s obviously a lot of hard work to be done, I’m really looking forward to it.” Mayes will wear the number 34, previously worn by Premiership player and Magarey Medallist Nathan Buckley.

As well as Voss, Mayes is familiar with Tom Rockliff who captained the Lions before moving to the Power at the end of 2017, and he knows Ollie Wines well, having come through the AFL system at the same time.

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DRAFTee GEOFF PARKER - NATIONAL RECRUITING MANAGER A host of South Australians and a couple of talented Victorians joined Port Adelaide in the 2018 National and Rookie drafts in November. For the first time since 2009 the Power had three picks inside the first round, selecting Connor Rozee with pick 5, Zak Butters with pick 12 and Xavier Duursma with pick 18. It then took Riley Grundy at pick 73 and Boyd Woodcock at pick 76. Connor Rozee was on the club’s radar for some time, having won the best player medal at the national Under-16 championships a couple of years ago. He is a very good mark for his size, uses the ball well and is very versatile demonstrating an ability to play both forward or back, or in the midfield. Zak Butters is fast and creative and will most likely start as a small forward option before he progresses into a midfield role. He injured his shoulder midway through the season but we are confident he will bounce back strongly from that and add some real pace and class to our list. He’s tough but also a very smart player

and makes good decisions going inside the forward 50. Xavier Duursma enjoyed a consistent season for the Gippsland Power and Vic Country, roaming through the midfield and across half-back. He has impressed with his ability to run and carry the ball. He’s played a lot across half-back this year and is a very good intercept mark who uses the ball well. Riley Grundy, the brother of Collingwood ruckman Brodie Grundy, is a fiercely competitive, developing tall defender who represented Sturt this season at Under 18 and Reserves level in the SANFL. He only took footy up four or five years ago but is developing very well as a tall defender. He’s very competitive and we wanted to get another developing tall defender onto our list so we had no hesitation when he became available. Boyd Woodcock, the 2017 McCallum-Tomkins Medallist as the SANFL’s best-and-fairest in the Under 18 competition, was outstanding for North Adelaide in their Grand Final victory

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over Norwood kicking three first half-goals, having two score assists and gathering 15 disposals. He played in the forward half at league level for North Adelaide this season and showed great poise and class against bigger bodies. He was very dangerous as an attacking forward through the finals series but he has also demonstrated an ability to play a more defensive role if required as well. With its picks in the Rookie Draft Port Adelaide selected Tobin Cox with pick 9 and listed Cam Hewett with pick 25 after he was temporarily delisted at season’s end. It also added Next Generation Academy players Martin Frederick and Kai Pudney as Category B rookies. Tobin Cox was a highly rated 16 and 17-year-old but missed most of last year after injuring his shoulder. He’s a very clever, creative small forward who has played some league footy for Glenelg in the SANFL this year. He also represented South Australia in the Under 18 National Championships against Western Australia

but was injured and missed the remainder of the championships. Martin Frederick, who is of South Sudanese heritage and represented South Australia in their national under-18 team, has developed well at the Eagles and within our NGA program over the last twelve months. He has worked really hard this year and progressed from under-18 level to reserves level for Woodville-West Torrens in the SANFL. We are looking forward to his continued development over the coming years. Kai Pudney, the 2018 McCallum-Tomkins Medallist, also represented South Australia at the 2018 under-18 National Championships. His mother is Japanese and he has been part of our NGA program. We’ve all seen him develop well over the last twelve months. He had an outstanding South Australian Draft Combine where he dominated both the yo-yo test and the agility test in October so we look forward to seeing his continued development within our program.


MILESTONES AND DEBUTANTS

20

NO.

CONNOR

ROZEE

AFL DRAFT - PICK NO. 5

HALF FORWARD/MIDFIELD

36

18

ZAK

BUTTERS AFL DRAFT - PICK NO. 12

MIDFIELD

21

XAVIER

DUURSMA AFL DRAFT - PICK NO. 18

MIDFIELD

D.O.B - 5/3/00 WEIGHT - 71kg HEIGHT - 175cm

47

NO.

41

RILEY

GRUNDY AFL DRAFT - PICK NO. 73

DEFENDER

FROM: STURT D.O.B - 28/7/00 WEIGHT - 84g HEIGHT - 194cm

TOBIN

COX

AFL ROOKIE DRAFT - PICK NO. 9

MIDFIELD

FROM: GLENELG D.O.B - 15/7/99 WEIGHT - 77kg HEIGHT - 177cm

48

NO.

KAI

PUDNEY CATEGORY B ROOKIE LIST

MIDFIELD

FROM: GIPPSLAND POWER/ VIC COUNTRY D.O.B - 7/7/00 WEIGHT - 71kg HEIGHT - 185cm

NO.

AFL DRAFT - PICK NO. 76

FROM: NORTH ADELAIDE

FROM: WESTERN JETS/ VIC METRO D.O.B - 8/9/00 WEIGHT - 70kg HEIGHT - 181cm

NO.

WOODCOCK

forward

FROM: NORTH ADELAIDE/ SOUTH AUSTRALIA D.O.B - 22/1/00 WEIGHT - 74kg HEIGHT - 185cm

NO.

BOYD

NO.

FROM: WOODVILLE-WEST TORRENS D.O.B - 9/1/00 WEIGHT - 78kg HEIGHT - 186cm

45

NO.

MARTIN

FREDERICK CATEGORY B ROOKIE LIST

defender/wing

FROM: WOODVILLE-WEST TORRENS D.O.B - 17/5/00 WEIGHT - 74kg HEIGHT - 178cm

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2019 NAME

NUMBER

D.O.B

HEIGHT

WEIGHT

CAREER GAMES

CAREER GOALS

AFL DEBUT

Sam Powell-Pepper

2

8/1/98

187

91

38

21

Rd 1, 2017

Ryan Burton

3

31/1/97

191

90

47

51

Rd 1, 2016

Paddy Ryder

4

14/3/88

197

94

226

56

Rd 1, 2006

Matthew Broadbent

5

1/8/90

189

89

161

52

Rd 16, 2009

Steven Motlop

6

12/3/91

183

76

156

186

Rd 2, 2010

Brad Ebert

7

2/4/90

189

90

235

116

Rd 2, 2008

Hamish Hartlett

8

14/8/90

185

83

199

294

Rd 4, 2009

Robbie Gray

9

30/3/88

183

84

199

294

Rd 10, 2007

Travis Boak

10

1/8/88

183

85

243

161

Rd 12, 2007

Tom Rockliff

11

22/2/90

185

85

172

94

Rd 18, 2009

Trent McKenzie

12

3/4/92

185

85

107

22

Rd 2, 2011

Todd Marshall

13

8/10/98

198

87

10

12

Rd 22, 2017

Billy Frampton

14

20/11/96

200

90

1

1

Rd 23, 2018

Karl Amon

15

19/8/95

181

71

42

22

Rd 7, 2015

Ollie Wines (Co-Captain)

16

7/10/94

187

89

129

56

Rd 1, 2013

Tom Clurey

17

23/3/94

193

88

60

0

Rd 1, 2014

Zak Butters

18

8/9/00

181

71

Jack Trengove

19

2/9/91

185

82

89

39

Connor Rozee

20

22/1/00

185

74

Yet to debut Rd 1, 2009 Yet to debut

Xavier Duursma

21

22/1/00

186

73

Charlie Dixon

22

23/9/90

200

105

126

199

Rd 2, 2011

Jack Watts

23

26/3/91

196

88

172

161

Rd 11, 2009

Kane Farrell

24

17/3/99

182

74

5

6

Sam Hayes

25

9/6/99

203

93

Riley Bonner

26

7/3/97

190

85

Joel Garner

27

21/5/99

184

83

Yet to debut

Willem Drew

28

1/10/98

188

78

Yet to debut

Scott Lycett

29

26/9/92

203

98

75

45

Rd 19, 2011

Joe Atley

30

4/8/98

186

84

3

0

Rd 16, 2017

Aidyn Johnson

31

31/10/97

185

81

10

8

Rd 5, 2017

Dougal Howard

32

25/3/96

199

92

30

4

Rd 2, 2016

Darcy Byrne-Jones

33

20/9/95

181

75

64

6

Rd 3, 2016

Sam Mayes

34

20/5/94

187

84

101

26

Boyd Woodcock

36

5/3/00

174

70

Yet to debut

Rd 19, 2018 Yet to debut

23

3

Rd 23, 2016

Rd 23, 2016 Yet to debut

Jake Patmore

37

29/1/99

181

72

Yet to debut

Peter Ladhams

38

14/1/98

202

95

Yet to debut

Justin Westhoff

39

1/10/86

199

96

248 6

291

Jarrod Lienert

40

5/8/94

195

88

Riley Grundy

41

28/7/00

194

84

Tom Jonas (Co-Captain)

42

9/1/91

188

89

121

1

Dan Houston

43

12/5/97

186

83

39

4

Cameron Hewett

44

26/2/97

188

77

Rd 10, 2007 Rd 18, 2018 Rd 15, 2014 Rd 21,2011 Rd 1, 2017 Yet to debut

Martin Frederick

45

17/5/00

178

74

Sam Gray

46

1/2/92

176

75

Tobin Cox

47

15/7/99

181

73

Yet to debut

Kai Pudney

48

9/1/00

186

78

Yet to debut

Yet to debut 76

63

Rd 4, 2014

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game day events

RAA LOUNGE

EAST OPEN BOXES

PREMIUM COCKTAIL HOSPITALITY AND FOOTBALL EXPERIENCE IN THE WESTERN STAND

ENTERTAIN COLLEAGUES OR FRIENDS IN A PRIVATE AREA

PIRATE LIFE DECK

BEFORE THE BOUNCE

ENJOY THE RELAXED ATMOSPHERE WHILE WATCHING THE GAME FROM A PREMIUM VIEW

OFFICIAL PRE-GAME EVENT WITH CHAIRMAN DAVID KOCH AND PREMIUM HOSPITALITY

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AFL FIXTURE

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 VS

VS

VS

VS

VS

VS

VS

SATURDAY MARCH

SATURDAY MARCH

SATURDAY APRIL

SATURDAY APRIL

FRIDAY APRIL

FRIDAY APRIL

FRIDAY MAY

23 rd

30 TH

1:45

PM

MELBOURNE CRICKET GROUND

4:40

PM

ADELAIDE OVAL

6 TH

6:25

PM

BRISBANE CRICKET GROUND

13 TH

4:05

PM

ADELAIDE OVAL

19 th

6:10

PM

OPTUS STADIUM

26 TH

7:20

PM

ADELAIDE OVAL

3 RD

7:50

PM

MARVEL STADIUM

08 09 10 11 12 13 14 VS

VS

VS

VS

SATURDAY MAY

SUNDAY MAY

SATURDAY MAY

SUNDAY JUNE

25 TH

2 ND

11 TH

7:10

PM

ADELAIDE OVAL

19 TH

12:40

PM

ADELAIDE OVAL

1:45

PM

UTAS STADIUM

12:20

PM

-

bye

JIANWANG STADIUM

VS

VS

VS

VS

VS

SATURDAY JUNE

SATURDAY JULY

SUNDAY JULY

SATURDAY JULY

SATURDAY JULY

20 TH

27 TH

7:10

PM

ADELAIDE OVAL

6 TH

4:05

PM

ADELAIDE OVAL

14 TH

4:10

PM

ADELAIDE OVAL

1:45

PM

MELBOURNE CRICKET GROUND

20 21 22 23 VS

VS

VS

VS

SATURDAY AUGUST

SATURDAY AUGUST

SATURDAY AUGUST

FRIDAY AUGUST

10 TH

17 TH

3 rd

1:45

PM

MARVEL STADIUM

1:40

PM

ADELAIDE OVAL

7:25

PM

MARVEL STADIUM

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23 rd

TBA

ADELAIDE OVAL

VS

SATURDAY JUNE

SATURDAY JUNE

15 TH

22 ND

2:35

PM

OPTUS STADIUM

15 16 17 18 19 29 TH

VS

7:10

PM

ADELAIDE OVAL

7:10

PM

ADELAIDE OVAL


SANFL FIXTURE

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 VS

VS

VS

VS

VS

VS

VS

FRIDAY MARCH

SATURDAY APRIL

SUNDAY APRIL

THURSDAY APRIL

SATURDAY APRIL

SATURDAY MAY

SATURDAY MAY

18 TH

27 TH

29 TH

7:20

PM

CITY MAZDA STADIUM

6 TH

2:10

PM

ALBERTON OVAL

14 TH

2:10

PM

ALBERTON OVAL

7:20

PM

COOPERS STADIUM

2:10

PM

MAUGHAN THEIM KIA OVAL

4 TH

2:10

PM

ALBERTON OVAL

18 TH

1:40

PM

ALBERTON OVAL

08 09 10 11 12 13 14 VS

VS

VS

VS

VS

VS

VS

SUNDAY MAY

SATURDAY JUNE

SUNDAY JUNE

SATURDAY JUNE

SUNDAY JULY

SATURDAY JULY

SUNDAY JULY

29 TH

7 TH

13 TH

26 TH

1:10

PM

ACH GROUP STADIUM

8 TH

2:10

PM

ALBERTON OVAL

16 TH

2:40

PM

ALBERTON OVAL

2:40

PM

PROSPECT OVAL

2:10

PM

ALBERTON OVAL

2:40

PM

PORT PIRIE OVAL

21 ST

2:10

PM

ALBERTON OVAL

15 16 17 18 VS

VS

VS

VS

SUNDAY JULY

SUNDAY AUGUST

SUNDAY AUGUST

28

TH

2:10

PM

FLINDERS UNIVERSITY STADIUM

11

TH

1:10

PM

ALBERTON OVAL

18

TH

2:10

PM

PETER MOTLEY OVAL

TBA

tba ELIZABETH OVAL

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PORT ADELAIDE FOOTBALL CLUB WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE FOLLOWING PARTNERS FOR THEIR SUPPORT JOINT MAJOR PARTNERS

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