The club welcomes Dom Barry to the Glenelg Football Club. Dom has come to Adelaide to study teaching and is looking at playing footy at SANFL level. He is training well and has settled in to Adelaide. Dom will provide the team with some outside run and good ball use.
Damon Robinson (Grandson of Club legend John Robinson) is training with the club after a few years playing with Adelaide Uni. Damon is a lean Ruckman who is working diligently to improve his fitness and game sense.
Liam McBean is training strongly. He is going to provide us with a tall option in our forward line and will help alleviate some of the pressure on Josh Scott and Warrick McGinty. Liam has adapted to life in SA well and is keen to make his mark on the club.
Training is progressing well. Brad Keller has taken charge of our strength and conditioning program. The players are looking stronger and have worked hard on the track. They are currently entering a solid training phase as the trial games approach.
Ziggy Vitkunas, Harley Montgomery, Dom Barry, Warrick McGinty and Rhys O’Keeffe have had solid pre-seasons thus far.
Andrew Bradley is moving well after missing the majority of the 2016 season with a shoulder injury. Matt Snook is soon to return to full training as is Brad Merrett (hamstring).
Josh Koster is working hard on improving his fitness and Under 18 players Alex Martini, Brad McCarthy, Jackson Edwards, Darcy Fogarty, Cam Buchanan, Tobin Cox and Sam Davis have adapted to senior training and are displaying their obvious talents.
Training is at Westminster College on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday’s from 6pm.
After a solid performance against West Adelaide and win one locked away, our Tiger Women are eager for Round 2 against North Adelaide at City Mazda Stadium this Saturday February 25th. First bounce 6:00 pm! With a new opposition and different sized deck we will use the week to review, recover and prepare.
BY ZAC MILBANK
Glenelg ruck Bridgette Needs is targeting a return in the final round of the SANFL Statewide Super Women’s League after breaking her ribs against West Adelaide on Friday night.
The tallest player in the competition, Needs was felled when she went back with courage, copping a blow to her back from her West Adelaide opponent five minutes into the final term.
The 26-year-old was then stretchered from the ground and unable to take any further part in the Tigers’ opening round victory.
Speaking on SANFL Radio, Glenelg coach Narelle Smith said Needs – who was at the club’s recovery session on Saturday – was on track to appear one week before the Grand Final.
Highly-rated Jessica Allan will be available for this Saturday’s Round 2 contest against North Adelaide while 15-year-old prodigy Montana McKinnon showed plenty of promise while in the centre square during the final term.
Round 2 of the SANFL Statewide Super Women’s League will be held at City Mazda Stadium on Saturday night, with Glenelg playing North Adelaide at 6pm, followed by West Adelaide hosting Norwood at 8.10pm.
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The Inaugural SANFL Statewide Super Women's League will consist of six minor round matches, with all games to be played as double-headers at either Coopers Stadium or City Mazda Stadium.
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