by Central District 15.14 (104)

It proved too little, too late though as the Roosters held on. Much like Jed McEntee was not as prolific as the week before when he shone on debut.

There may not be much of him, but Chamberlain finds a way to become as prominent as any player at stoppages. Panthers: E. Wilkinson 3, S. Overall 2, B. McCreery, N. Schwarz, J. Horne, L. Bogle, A. Cailotto, Eagles: J. Rowe, J. Tsitas, J. Sinor, J. Wehr, J. Redden, M. Goldsworthy In saying that, he has proven to be a great outside option with his tidy ball use. North Adelaide 6.9 (45)

South Adelaide 10.9 (69).

The Crows Next Generation Academy prospect split his time between forward and back, although he has been touted as a defender during his time in the pathway programs.

There were a few Panthers who stood tall as their season came to an end, with Eamon Wilkinson among them. That is not to say he had a bad game though, with his high level of performance this year making for lofty standards. He hobbled off and did not return, ending the game with just the three disposals. WWT EAGLES 2.4 | 4.5 | 5.5 | 11.7 (73), Bloods: T. Harris 2, M. McKenzie Not shy of a bit of niggle, Liddy’s lone goal for the game came in the second term after being crunched inside 50, with his set shot conversion proving sound. Brandon Walker The Redlegs trailed by a point at the first break, but came out firing with five goals in the second term, and another handful in the third to set up an unassailable lead. He also did well on the rebound and despite not being super quick, he still moved the ball on in a timely fashion and often used it well by hand and foot. TWO of three South Australian National Football League (SANFL) minor premiers booked Grand Final tickets in their respective grades, while Central District’s Reserves bowed out in straight sets. Charlie Byrne Sprinting and football run through the 17-year-old’s veins, with his father a former Reserves player at Norwood, while his uncle took out the 1970 Bay Sheffield meet.

Reserves minor premier, Central District has been knocked out of the finals in straight sets after falling short for a second-straight week, this time at the hands of North Adelaide.

Will Spain‘s efforts to win the ball and tackle at ground level were noted by his coaches, while fellow bottom-ager Brad Jefferies also gave it his all while rotating forward through midfield.

The Canberra native fulfilled a key position role down back and did just about all he could against an onslaught of Eagles inside 50s. Oliver Henry North Adelaide will be the Bulldogs’ next test, after the Roosters stayed alive with a thrilling six-point victory over Sturt on Saturday. Corey Durdin Prior to 1974 all SANFL Grand Finals were held at the Adelaide Oval (bar the 1904 Grand Final at Jubilee Oval). The Bulldogs also triumphed in the Reserves to secure a minor premiership of their own in front of the second-placed Eagles, while WWT’s Under 18s are every chance to go back-to-back having secured third spot.

Having snuck into the top four, the Tigers’ premiership defence is alive, but their season came to an end in the two remaining competitions. For most prospects, it was a chance to showcase just how much they had improved since preseason, especially after a full season of football – albeit compromised. For Glenelg, former AFL-listed midfielders Jackson Edwards (23 disposals) and Luke Partington (22) topped the statsheet, even adding defensive work to their respective games with six tackles each.

2020 SANFL Reserves Round 1 vs. Central District. Only Norwood, Port Adelaide, Sturt and Central District have recorded premiership streaks of three or more in the SANFL.

Stationed out on the wing, his work-rate to push back into defence and spark North Adelaide’s transitional play was impactful.

League: South Adelaide 13.9 (87) def. Much like his champion father, the basketball convert is sound aerially and kicks on his left side, with both assets coming to the fore in this outing. After starting up forward, Horne was moved into the midfield in an attempt to stop the Eagles’ momentum as James Rowe ran amok.

“Shai Bolton is definitely one I mould my game on and players like Jason Castagna as well, who can also roll through the forward and wing position.

If not, Adelaide NGA hopeful James Borlase (22 disposals, eight marks) was a worthy candidate having brought some serious fire and physicality to the contest, albeit a touch overzealous. Having rotated off the bench into the centre bounce, Dawkins immediately found the ball and generated some forward momentum.

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Malachy Carruthers‘ ball use off half-back was quality as he booted forward nine rebound 50s from 21 touches, while usual suspect Tom Powell found the most ball with 25 disposals and a goal. Although, he doesn’t support an AFL club at the moment.

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There is plenty to unpack in our next altered edition, with Under 18 prospects scattered across the two senior levels, and a bunch of youngsters impressing in the junior grade during the first week of finals.

He showed great composure and poise both with and without the ball, using it efficiently by hand and foot.

Mature-age VFL recruit Sam Lowson responded perfectly to being relegated to the twos after a three-goal League outing, booting four majors in the win. Patrick Davies was another to impress up forward with two majors from 19 disposals, while Dyson Hilder had it 16 times and clunked seven marks. A solid game capped off a very handy season for Poulter as he bolstered his draft stocks in a big way. Reserves: South Adelaide 8.7 (55) def. He eventually intercepted an errant kick and after gathering the bouncing ball, he accelerated and goaled from 50 metres.

Hearing’s imposing figure was also sighted down back where he took a couple of relieving marks close to goal, using his reach and timing to stand tall amid forming packs. Caleb Poulter WITH young guns impressing at state league level around the nation, we again narrow our focus for this week’s South Australian National Football League (SANFL) wrap to the performances of youth throughout all three grades.