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South Australian weekly wrap: Glenelg pounces as Roosters win battle of the birds

A MASSIVE shake-up in the South Australian National Football League (SANFL) League competition saw Adelaide lose to last placed North Adelaide, while Glenelg took full advantage of the upset, downing Port Adelaide to move outright top of the table. With the top-age Under 18s stars back in the sides for a second week, there were plenty of standouts across the board.

SANFL LEAGUE:

North Adelaide 12.13 (85) defeated Adelaide 7.17 (59)

Last placed North Adelaide stunned second placed Adelaide in a 26-point victory despite just one more scoring shot. The Crows will rue their inaccuracy of just seven goals from 24 scoring shots, while Lewis Hender was on target for the Roosters, booting four goals from six shots, while Lee Minervini (three goals) and Mitchell Harvey (two) also hit the scoreboard. Alex Spina was one of three players to record more than 30 disposals for the Roosters in an eye-opening win. For the Crows, Patrick Wilson (32 disposals, 11 marks, five clearances, three inside 50s, three rebounds, three tackles and a goal) was best, while Sam Jacobs (21 disposals, seven marks, 28 hitouts and seven clearances) and Bryce Gibbs (24 disposals, six clearances, six tackles and a goal) showed their experience at state league level.

Norwood 15.13 (103) defeated South Adelaide 7.6 (58)

Norwood moved two games clear of South Adelaide inside the top five after an important 45-point victory over the Panthers. Lewis Johnston racked up 34 touches, four marks, five clearances, five inside 50s, nine rebounds and a goal, while Matthew Nunn booted four goals from 27 disposals, four marks, four clearances, seven inside 50s and nine tackles. Sam Baulderstone was dominant in the ruck with 46 hitouts from 20 disposals, while Matthew Panos had 27 disposals, five marks and seven tackles. Under-18 highly rated prospects Dylan Stephens (17 disposals, four marks, 11 tackles, four clearances and two goals) and Cameron Taheny (seven disposals, three marks and two inside 50s) had mixed impacts. Abe Davis stood out for the losing side with 32 disposals, four marks, seven clearances, five tackles, four inside 50s and six rebounds, while Matthew Rose had 27 disposals, seven marks, seven tackles and five rebounds.

Woodville-West Torrens 11.9 (75) defeated Central District 15.8 (98)

Central District moved to outright eighth on the ladder with an upset win over Woodville-West Torrens. Booting five of the last six goals, the visitors ran away with the contest after an early scare. Travis and Jarrod Schiller found plenty of the ball combining for 58 disposals, seven marks, 14 clearances, 12 tackles, nine inside 50s and two goals, while Fraser Fort slotted three majors from 18 disposals and five marks. For the losers, Joseph Sinor (31 disposals, six rebounds) and Angus Poole (30 disposals, eight inside 50s) were prominent, while Jackson Mead made his League debut and recorded 10 disposals, four marks and two tackles.

Port Adelaide 8.9 (57) defeated by Glenelg 12.9 (81)

Glenelg consolidated top spot with an impressive win over finals-bound Port Adelaide by four goals. Luke Partington was a ball magnet with 34 touches, seven marks, six tackles, four clearances and three rebounds, while Matthew Snook had 32 touches, three marks, six clearances and six tackles. Marlon Motlop booted two goals from 26 touches, four marks and five tackles, while Under-18 state captain Will Gould managed 18 disposals, four marks and eight rebounds out of defence. For Port Adelaide, Willem Drew put his hand up for a senior call-up thanks to 31 touches, four clearances and seven tackles, while Paddy Ryder showed promising signs with 15 touches, 24 hitouts and a goal.

Sturt 17.10 (112) defeated West Adelaide 8.2 (50)

Sturt took full advantage of a Port Adelaide loss to move into third spot on the table with a comfortable 62-point win over West Adelaide. Sam Colquhoun had 39 disposals, 12 marks, four clearances, three inside 50s and six rebounds, while James Battersby was dominant at the clearances with 13, as well as 35 touches, six marks, four inside 50s and six tackles. Kaine Stevens had a team-high 29 disposals, four marks, five tackles and four clearances for the Westies, while Chris Schmidt helped himself to 28 disposals, three marks, seven clearances and three tackles.

RESERVES:

North Adelaide 5.11 (41) defeated by Glenelg 8.15 (63)

Glenelg kept in touch with the top five with an important victory over seventh placed North Adelaide. Ben Sawford led the way for the Tigers, racking up 31 touches, five marks, eight clearances, six tackles and six inside 50s, while Todd Slade had 25 disposals, six marks, four tackles, six rebounds and two clearances. South Australian Under-18 state member Declan Carmody had 14 disposals, three marks, two tackles and a goal in the win. For the Roosters, Dyson Hilder stood tall in defence with 10 touches, four marks and three rebounds, while Jack Blair dominated in the ruck with 51 hitouts from 11 disposals. James Schwarz was the dominant ball winner however, amassing 31 disposals, six marks, seven clearances, six tackles and four rebounds.

Norwood 12.8 (80) defeated South Adelaide 9.11 (65)

Top-of-the-table Norwood continued on its merry way but surprisingly found itself in a tight tussle with cellar dwellers, South Adelaide. Jed Spence picked up 27 disposals, five marks, seven clearances, 11 tackles and a goal, while Jack Heard (25 disposals, seven marks, five tackles and six rebounds) and Isaac Saywell (24 disposals, eight marks and four tackles) were also impressive. For South Adelaide, Hayden Sampson recorded 25 disposals, six marks, four clearances and four tackles, while Tate Coleman helped himself to 19 touches, five marks, four rebounds and three inside 50s.

Woodville-West Torrens 12.17 (89) defeated Central District 7.3 (45)

A massive upset played out in this game, with the Eagles toppling the second placed Central District to run away 44-point victors. The two highest scoring teams were relatively well restricted, with the Eagles snapping a four-game losing streak with the win. Sam Rowland had the ball on a string with 35 touches, five marks, six tackles, seven clearances and six inside 50s, while Jordan West had 27 disposals, 27 hitouts, nine clearances and three inside 50s. Lachlan McNeil (23 disposals, three marks, four clearances, five inside 50s, seven tackles and a goal), Harry Schoenberg (17 disposals, seven marks, three tackles and a goal) and Kysaiah Pickett (15 disposals, four marks, five tackles and two goals) were among the top-age talent running around for the Eagles. For Central District, Rhett Montgomerie had 30 disposals, eight marks and seven rebounds, while Dylan Weaver (30 disposals, four marks and 10 rebounds) was also strong out of defence.

Sturt 17.8 (110) defeated West Adelaide 8.5 (53)

A lazy nine goals to Mihail Lochowiak has helped Sturt run over West Adelaide to the tune of 57 points. A member of South Australia’s Under-18 title winning side last year, Lochowiak was dominant inside 50 with 17 disposals, seven marks – five contested – and six tackles to go with his 9.1. Casey Voss continued his good form with 21 disposals, five marks, four clearances, six inside 50s, six tackles and a goal, while Jed McEntee had 20 disposals, four marks, six clearances and five tackles. Connor Fairlie was the clear dominant ball winner on the ground, racking up 33 touches, 11 marks, three clearances and four inside 50s for the Bloods, while Jonti Inglis had 22 disposals, eight marks, four rebounds and a goal. Highly rated top-age prospect Will Day had 15 disposals, four marks and four tackles in the loss.

UNDER 18s:

Sturt 6.19 (55) defeated West Adelaide 11.8 (74)

West Adelaide kept in touch with top spot thanks to a solid 19-point win over bottom two side Sturt. The Westies had even contributors across the board with Aryan Sareen picking up 24 disposals, six marks and 10 rebounds coming out of defence, while Mackenzie Nield (23 disposals, five marks, five clearances, six inside 50s and two goals) and Joel Groom (21 disposals, three marks, six clearances and a goal) were others who found plenty of the footy. For Sturt, Charlie Allan found plenty of the ball with 26 disposals, seven clearances, nine tackles, six inside 50s and a goal, while Hudson Laycock and Mani Liddy both picked up 24 disposals in a losing side.

Central District 1.8 (14) defeated by Woodville-West Torrens 18.15 (123)

In a win about as comprehensive as it gets, Woodville-West Torrens obliterated Central District in a top-versus-bottom showdown. The Eagles were far too strong, piling on 18 goals from 33 scoring shots to the home side’s one from nine. Lachlan Jones (31 disposals, four marks, seven inside 50s, four rebounds and four tackles) and Lachlan Hoile (30 disposals, eight marks, six clearances, four inside 50s, seven rebounds and a goal) were the two big ball winners, while potential Port Adelaide father-son Taj Schofield had 23 disposals, two marks, four inside 50s, four clearances and two goals in the win. Harrison Dawkins (two goals from 20 touches) and Dale Pearce (four goals from 14 disposals) were key goalkickers on the day. For the losers, Lachlan Grubb (28 touches, seven marks and 10 rebounds) and Samuel Falland (23 disposals, seven marks and nine rebounds) tried hard in defence.

North Adelaide 15.11 (101) defeated Glenelg 11.11 (77)

North Adelaide held off Glenelg to record a 24-point win and retain third spot. The Tigers hit the front at the seven minute mark of the final quarter, before North Adelaide piled on six consecutive goals to put the result beyond doubt. Harrison Magor was prominent in the midfield for the Roosters, booting three goals to accompany his 29 touches, four marks, seven clearances, six inside 50s, two rebounds and 10 tackles, while Tariek Newchurch had a day out in front of goal, slotting seven goals from eight scoring shots. Potential Adelaide father-son bottom-age prospect Luke Edwards showed he will not be in the Under 18s for much longer, racking up 32 disposals, seven marks, nine clearances, 10 inside 50s, 11 tackles and a goal in a dominant performance. Cooper Horsnell had 18 touches, three marks, seven tackles, four clearances and three inside 50s, while Luke Pedlar booted four majors in a losing side.

South Adelaide 18.12 (120) defeated Norwood 4.4 (28)

South Adelaide gained a much needed win over Norwood to move two wins clear of the Redlegs just outside the top four, but the manner in which they did it – a 92-point shellacking was particularly impressive. South Australian Under 18s key forward Daniel Sladojevic had a big, albeit inaccurate day in front of goal, booting 4.4 from 15 touches and five marks, while fellow tall Damon Freitag booted two majors from 17 touches and 40 hitouts. Bottom-ager Zachary Dumesny had 16 disposals, six marks, three inside 50s, three rebounds and a goal, while for the Redlegs, Matthew Dnistriansky returned from his Under 16s duties to be among the best with 21 touches, nine marks, three tackles, three clearances, two inside 50s and four rebounds. Henry Nelligan (21 disposals, four marks, nine clearances, 15 tackles, three inside 50s, four rebounds and two goals) was the standout in the heavy loss.

Draft hopefuls impress at South Australian pre-season testing

AFTER taking a look at Victoria’s top athletic prospects heading into season 2019, we look back at how South Australia’s draft hopefuls tested in the pre-season. Among the top performers were Central District’s Rhys Cannizzaro and Sturt’s Dailan How in the vertical jumps, with the duo featuring in all three top 10s – Cannizzaro taking out both the running events. Woodville-West Torrens’ Deakan Jackson won the 20-metre sprint in 2.90 seconds, while South Adelaide’s Phoenix Spicer took out the agility test in 7.80 seconds. Norwood’s Dylan Stephens is likely to be a name that continually pops up this year, and he was the winner of the Yo-yo test, reaching level 21.5.

In terms of other impressive performers, West Adelaide’s Will Day and Sturt’s Joel Parker-Boers featured in three top 10s, with Day’s great efforts in the running vertical jump (left), 20-metre sprint and Yo-yo test, while Parker-Boers featured in the 20-metre sprint, agility and yo-yo tests. Central District’s Lachlan Grubb and Leek Alleer, Eagles’ Lachlan Hoile and Kysaiah Pickett, West Adelaide’s Noah Hannagan and Norwood’s Dan Fairbrother were also among the top performers with two top-10 performances across the board.

 

TOP 10 RESULTS:

 

Standing Vertical Jump:

1 Dailan How (Sturt) 73cm
1 Cooper Hough (Sturt) 73cm
3 Sam Duke (Norwood) 71cm
4 Harvey Bock (West Adelaide) 69cm
4 Daniel Carbone (Norwood) 69cm
4 Max Simpson (South Adelaide) 69cm
7 Rhys Cannizzaro (Central District) 68cm
7 Brydon Osborne (North Adelaide) 68cm
9 Lachlan Borg (North Adelaide) 67cm
9 Dan Fairbrother (Norwood) 67cm

Running Vertical Jump (right):

1 Rhys Cannizzaro (Central District) 95cm
2 Zac Graham (Central District) 94cm
3 Leek Alleer (Central District) 93cm
4 Lachlan Grubb (Central District) 87cm
5 Jordan Kasianowicz (WWT Eagles) 86cm
6 Oliver Dosljak (WWT Eagles) 84cm
6 Lachlan Jones (WWT Eagles) 84cm
6 Lachlan Paddick (Sturt) 84cm
9 Dailan How (Sturt) 82cm
9 Zaine Norman-Brown (South Adelaide) 82cm

Running Vertical Jump (left):

1 Rhys Cannizzaro (Central District) 96cm
2 Lachlan Hoile (WWT Eagles) 90cm
3 Will Day (West Adelaide) 88cm
4 Ned Walter (Sturt) 87cm
5 Kane Viska (Glenelg) 86cm
5 Lachlan Pope (South Adelaide) 86cm
7 Dailan How (Sturt) 85cm
7 Kysaiah Pickett (WWT Eagles) 85cm
7 Noah Hannagan (West Adelaide) 85cm
10 Lachlan Williams (South Adelaide) 84cm

20-metre sprint:

1 Deakan Jackson (WWT Eagles) 2.90 seconds
2 Dan Fairbrother (Norwood) 2.91 seconds
3 Ricky O’Loughlin-Johncock (Glenelg) 2.93 seconds
4 Joel Parker-Boers (Sturt) 2.94 seconds
5 Ryan Williams (WWT Eagles) 2.96 seconds
5 Will Day (West Adelaide) 2.96 seconds
5 Noah Hannagan (West Adelaide) 2.96 seconds
5 Mitch Riddle (South Adelaide) 2.96 seconds
5 Beau McCreery (South Adelaide) 2.96 seconds
5 Leek Alleer (Central District) 2.97 seconds

Agility test:

1 Phoenix Spicer (South Adelaide) 7.80 seconds
2 Joel Parker-Boers (Sturt) 7.82 seconds
3 Hugh Desira (West Adelaide) 7.84 seconds
4 Kysaiah Pickett (WWT Eagles) 7.88 seconds
5 Jed McEntee (Sturt) 7.89 seconds
6 Lachlan Grubb (Central District) 8.01 seconds
7 Harry Spade (South Adelaide) 8.05 seconds
8 Lachlan Hoile (WWT Eagles) 8.08 seconds
9 Tyler Billing (Central District) 8.10 seconds
10 Ned Grieve (Sturt) 8.11 seconds

Yo-yo test:

1 Dylan Stephens (Norwood) 21.5 level
2 Dailan How (Sturt) 21.4 level
2 Luke Beecken (WWT Eagles) 21.4 level
4 Reid Kuller (Glenelg) 21.3 level
4 Marcus Lippett (South Adelaide) 21.3 level
4 Jackson Mead (WWT Eagles) 21.3 level
4 Samuel Morris (Norwood) 21.3 level
8 Joel Parker-Boes (Sturt) 21.2 level
8 Brodie Arriola (WWT Eagles) 21.2 level
8 Will Day (West Adelaide) 21.2 level