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April 22, 2019 - MATCH REVIEW: GLENELG VS STURT
After losing Josh Scott in Round 3 and Will Gould being unavailable due to State duties, facing Sturt at 1 and 2 was never going to be easy.
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However regaining Matt Snook and Luke Partington were handy ins to match up on Sturt’s powerful midfield. 

It’s was always going to be a tough close contest and it planned out that way.

Sturt threw a tactical challenge at us early which we handled OK, but they still got a key ball user free for a period. We made some adjustments and got things back on an even keel going into the main break.


We certainly didn’t play our best footy and some of our connection from mids to forwards wasn’t great but yet we scored at 50% of entries. The 15 minute mark of the 3rd quarter was pivotal and we were able to get some stoppage ascendancy and score 3 quick goals off the back of some good centre bounce work.


We had to hang in hard in the last with Aaron Joseph unable to return and Jonty Scharenberg feeling ill for half the quarter. We dug deep and got to the line and should’ve put the game to bed but missed some easy shots on goal.

Great win against a real quality team with plenty on the line. Next up - West Adelaide Wednesday night.

GLENELG 11.13 (79) def. STURT 10.10 (70)

April 22, 2019 - MATCH REVIEW: GLENELG VS STURT
After losing Josh Scott in Round 3 and Will Gould being unavailable due to State duties, facing Sturt at 1 and 2 was never going to be easy.
READ MORE +

However regaining Matt Snook and Luke Partington were handy ins to match up on Sturt’s powerful midfield. 

It’s was always going to be a tough close contest and it planned out that way.

Sturt threw a tactical challenge at us early which we handled OK, but they still got a key ball user free for a period. We made some adjustments and got things back on an even keel going into the main break.


We certainly didn’t play our best footy and some of our connection from mids to forwards wasn’t great but yet we scored at 50% of entries. The 15 minute mark of the 3rd quarter was pivotal and we were able to get some stoppage ascendancy and score 3 quick goals off the back of some good centre bounce work.


We had to hang in hard in the last with Aaron Joseph unable to return and Jonty Scharenberg feeling ill for half the quarter. We dug deep and got to the line and should’ve put the game to bed but missed some easy shots on goal.

Great win against a real quality team with plenty on the line. Next up - West Adelaide Wednesday night.

GLENELG 11.13 (79) def. STURT 10.10 (70)

April 22, 2019 - MATCH REVIEW: GLENELG VS STURT
After losing Josh Scott in Round 3 and Will Gould being unavailable due to State duties, facing Sturt at 1 and 2 was never going to be easy.
READ MORE +

However regaining Matt Snook and Luke Partington were handy ins to match up on Sturt’s powerful midfield. 

It’s was always going to be a tough close contest and it planned out that way.

Sturt threw a tactical challenge at us early which we handled OK, but they still got a key ball user free for a period. We made some adjustments and got things back on an even keel going into the main break.


We certainly didn’t play our best footy and some of our connection from mids to forwards wasn’t great but yet we scored at 50% of entries. The 15 minute mark of the 3rd quarter was pivotal and we were able to get some stoppage ascendancy and score 3 quick goals off the back of some good centre bounce work.


We had to hang in hard in the last with Aaron Joseph unable to return and Jonty Scharenberg feeling ill for half the quarter. We dug deep and got to the line and should’ve put the game to bed but missed some easy shots on goal.

Great win against a real quality team with plenty on the line. Next up - West Adelaide Wednesday night.

GLENELG 11.13 (79) def. STURT 10.10 (70)

April 18, 2019 - GLENELG VS STURT: ROUND 4 RESERVES SQUAD
Read below for the Reserves Squad to take on Sturt at ACH Group Stadium on Friday afternoon.
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GLENELG VS STURT - RESERVES

ROUND 4 - ACH GROUP STADIUM, FRIDAY ARPIL 19, 1:30PM

Bailey

Boyle 

Carnelly

Carney

Davis

DiSotto

Emmett

Feely

Holyoak

Jones

Kerrish

Leck

Lovelock

Martini

McDermott

Potter

Searle

Thompson

Virgin

Yates

April 18, 2019 - FROM THE COACH: PLAYER TRADEMARK AWARD
We have what we call our “trademark” This is a statement that describes how we want to be known. It was created by the entire playing group in 2018 and shaped by the leaders. It depicts the values we hold highest, and models the methods of the most successful sporting teams from all sports
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To underpin this statement, the players have 5 agreed and shared behaviours or actions, that they believe will not only give life to our trademark, but also help us win games and become a great team.

Every game, each player votes for a team-mate that they believe displayed these traits the best for the day. The player with the most peer votes earns the “trademark award”  

This is more highly valued by the players, than awards decided by Coaches because their team-mates have cast the votes.

- MS

Our BRAND NEW 2019 merchandise range is on sale now! Our new online portal is a pre-sale system, with a countdown clock showing the time left on the current order batch. Please note that this range is exclusively online and not available from the club to purchase. Check it out and deck yourself out for 2019!

2019 RANGE

The brand new Glenelg FC App has landed! Never miss a moment with live scores and live stats available EVERY SANFL Statewide Super League Match in 2019. Head to your app store today and check it out!

Every Goal. Every Game. Never miss a moment with the 2019 SANFL Digital Pass. 30 Day and Season Passes available with discounts for club members. Support the Tigers wherever you go!

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Our 2019 Statewide Super League Fixture has landed! Footy under lights & Good Friday Footy @ The Bay headline our 2019 timetable.

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The Glenelg Football Club would like to recognise and thank its fantastic Commercial Partners for their contribution to our great club. Their ongoing support allows the club to continue to chase success both on and off the field. Click below to find the full list of our 2018 Partners

2018 Commercial Partners

The Latest News for the Glenelg Football Club is proudly sponsored by Gary J Smith, We're Home. This section features regular updates on players, the club, the season and all things Glenelg with articles by Zac Milbank, CEO Glenn Elliott and maybe an occasional word from Graham Cornes.

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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 ...

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Our very own Footy Tipping Competition is back for 2018! Get your Footy Tips in now to have a chance to win $1000 cash at the end of the season. Weekly prizes of $25 vouchers for The Glenelg Club are also available ... don't miss out, ENTER NOW!

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The Fan Zone features lots of cool stuff for our supporters including the Bay Runner and Tiger Tips, Photo Galleries, The Tiger Shop for official Glenelg FC merchandise and the club song.

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This is the place where you can send the runner with your message to selected people or departments within the club. Stay tuned to view the reply which is shared with all members and supporters of the club.

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