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ROUND 14 TEAMS NORTH V GLENELG

Glenelg has regained key forward Clint Alleway for its clash with North Adelaide at Prospect Oval on Saturday.

Alleway, who was suspended for three matches for striking South’s Luke Durdin in Round 10, has bolstered the Tigers’ marking targets inside 50m.

‘’That was the difference in our last game – that we didn’t have a tall option up forward with Clint out,’’ Glenelg football manager Matt Lokan said.

‘’So having him back in will be great.’’

Co-captain Ty Allen has been included on the extended interchange bench after posting solid form in the reserves working back from a minor thigh strain.

‘’He’s a chance to play his week,’’ Lokan said.

‘’Ty has been in some really consistent form in the reserves and he’s been able to string a couple of weeks together now which has been the hardest thing for him.

‘’If we can get Ty Allen up and running in the next couple of weeks it is going to be a massive help for us.’’

Sam Underwood, Riley McFarlane and Nathan Stark have also been added to the Bays’ 23-man squad with two players to be trimmed before the bounce.

Star midfielder Sam Lonergan will miss one match with a back complaint while forward Lewis Hender (knee soreness) is going to be examined by a surgeon.

‘’We’re not exactly sure what the problem with Lewy is but we’re hopeful he will only miss one week,’’ Lokan said.

McDonald’s SA Under-18 midfielder Cory Gregson will play for his college on the weekend.

By Zac Milbank | @zacmilbank

League 2.10pm
F: Bradley, Scott, Hancock
HF: Joseph, Alleway, McIntyre
C: Bailey, Earl, Neal-Bullen
HB: Proud, McCarthy, Stretch
B: Agnew, Galley, Underwood

R: McGinty, C. Pitt, McFarlane
INT FROM: Snook, Jolly, Tapp, Allen, Stark

IN: Alleway, Underwood, McFarlane, Allen, Stark
OUT: Gregson (college), Hender (knee), Lonergan (back)

Reserves 11.25am
F: T. Redden, Trembath, Hooper
HF: J. Pitt, Edwards, Gamble
C: Hayes, Carger, Whaley
HB: Spriggs, Brooks, Muir
B: Kangur, E. Gill, Woodall

R: J. Miller, Saunders, McCurry
INT FROM: Donkersley, Harrap, McPherson

ROUND 17 FIXTURE

By ZAC MILBANK | SANFL

The SANFL has finalised the fixture for Round 17 of the IGA League season.

All matches will be played in the traditional 2.10pm timeslot, with three matches on Saturday August 16 and two matches on Sunday August 17.

North Adelaide’s clash with Woodville-West Torrens at Prospect looms as the pick of the matches on the Saturday, with the Roosters desperate for wins to qualify for the top five while the Eagles are locked in an intense battle for the double chance.

On the Sunday, West and South will have their seasons on the line as they continue their bid for September action while Port will hope to be in a position to seal the minor premiership with victory against arch-rival Norwood at Alberton.

Round 17
Saturday August 16
Sturt v Adelaide (Envestra Park) 2.10pm
Central District v Glenelg (Playford Alive Oval) 2.10pm
North Adelaide v Woodville-West Torrens (Prospect Oval) 2.10pm
Sunday August 17
West Adelaide v South Adelaide (City Mazda Stadium) 2.10pm
Port Adelaide v Norwood (Alberton Oval) 2.10pm

Glenelg Under 15 Metro Premiers 2014!!

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Congratulations to the Glenelg Under 15 Metro Premiers 2014!!

Glenelg 5.4.34 defeated North 3.13.31

Glenelg Metropolitan -- T Yates 1, N Leck 1, O Lovelock 1, B Muller 1, L Potts 1

 BEST:
Glenelg Metropolitan -- B Muller, O Carthy, C McGrath, J Heffernan, O Lovelock, C Buchanan

Check out all the action on Flickr HERE

Glenelg Under 15 Metro Grand Final Winning Song HERE

 

 

TRIPLE HEADER @ THE BAY SPECIAL OFFER!

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SOUTH AUSTRALIAN McDONALD'S U16's WIN THE NAB AFL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

The Glenelg Football Club would like to congratulate the South Australian McDonalds U'16 players on their NAB AFL National Championship win for the third time with a victory over WA this morning.

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Final Scores were SA 9.5  59  defeated WA 6.9  45

The team was undefeated throughout the carnival.

All SA representative sides have enjoyed success this year, with the U'16's joining the U'18's and the State League Team in the winner's circle.

The SA Country team takes on WA Country next weekend as a curtain raiser to the SANFL Showdown at Alberton, and hopefully they will continue the winning trend.

 

 

 

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