The Glenelg Football Club wishes to advise the appointment of our Senior Coach for 2018.
After a thorough recruitment process to secure a coach to continue developing our young list, Mark Stone has been appointed for the following two seasons.
Stone has an impressive coaching cv having undertaken a variety of key coaching and development roles in the AFL with the Fremantle Dockers, Sydney Swans and West Coast over an extensive 16 year period. Importantly, he has been a key contributor in highly successful AFL Club cultures working alongside some of the games most respected coaches in Paul Roos, John Longmire, John Worsfold and Ross Lyon.
In welcoming Stone to Glenelg, Club President Nick Chigwidden announced that: “ Mark comes to the Club highly regarded for his strategic football knowledge and diligent approach to educating players at the elite level, qualities which will be welcomed by our players. His appointment will be a great asset for the Glenelg Football Club and the SANFL competition”.
In accepting the position said that: “I am thrilled to given the opportunity and excited by the challenge to coach Glenelg Football Club. The Club is on the path of improvement and I’m looking forward to working with our coaching staff and playing group to ensure we deliver the on field performances that our members and supporters deserve”
For media comment please contact Glenn Elliott.
This festive season we have teamed up with the The Salvation Army South Australia, Christmas Appeal.
If you would like to give to those who would otherwise go without this Christmas, we encourage you to donate toys or canned food under our tree located in our reception area! In times of crisis you can give hope, comfort and joy.
The Glenelg Football Club invites applicants for the role of Talent Manager/U16 coach.
To download the position description please CLICK HERE
To apply please forward your resume to Head of Football – Paul Sandercock firstname.lastname@example.org before COB Friday December 8th.
Glenelg Football Club would like to advise that Brenton Hole will finish with the Club as of Friday 24 November. Brenton served the Club for over ten years in his role as Talent Manager. During that time, the Club enjoyed significant success through its junior teams and as a consequence had many players drafted to the AFL. His efforts at the Club were widely appreciated through both the metropolitan and south east country zones.
We wish Brenton well.
Congratulations to Jackson Edwards who is heading to the Adelaide Football Club as the Club’s second-ever father-son selection.
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In 1920 the Mayor of Glenelg, John Mack, convened a public meeting to inaugurate the Club at the Glenelg Town Hall. Although no League position was available for the Club in 1920 the Glenelg Oval Association received a letter from the South Australian Football League ...