The Glenelg Football Club has signed former Magpie Luke Harder for Season 2016.
Luke spent several seasons at the Magpies from 2008-2013. Luke has spent the past few years playing at Tailem Bend, Padthaway and most recently for Unley/Mercedes Jets in Division 2 of the Amateur League where he won the League Medal.
Luke is looking at rekindling his SANFL career and chose Glenelg due to his friendship with Senior Coach, Matt Lokan with whom he played footy at Port.
We look forward to seeing Luke in Glenelg colours next year and welcome him and his partner Lisa to the Club.
Today marks the end of my 2 year stint here at the Glenelg Football Club as your CEO.
It has been an honour to have held this important role at this great Football Club. When I accepted this role in September 2013 the club was in a precarious position having just won the wooden-spoon, no coach and at the back-end of the largest annual financial loss of the club’s history.
I am proud of what we have been able to achieve in the last 2 years given the resources at our disposal.
The Glenelg Football Club is pleased to announce that Christian Howard and Matthew Snook have re-signed with the club.
Christian returned to the club this year after a few years at the Western Bulldogs and is a hard running half back who is known for his consistently accurate use of the ball.
Matthew had a stand-out year as an inside midfielder who provided the side with first use of the ball at stoppages. The re-commitment of both Christian and Matthew is great news as the club looks to continue on our late season form into season 2016.
They join Andrew Bradley, Brad Agnew, Aaron Joseph and Josh Scott who committed to the club before season’s end.
The Club will be intermittently releasing further signings as they are finalised.