Curran enjoyed a stellar year down back, taking more marks than any other player in the league (160), whilst Ken Farmer Medal Runner-up Josh Scott was named at Centre Half Forward after kicking 35 goals this season.
South Adelaide Ruckman Keegan Brooksby was named Captain of the side, with Norwood Coach Jarrod Cotton as Coach.
Players were selected on their form across the entire minor round, with AFL-listed players eligible for Macca’s League finals also considered eligible for The Advertiser SANFL Team of the Year.
This year’s team was selected by SANFL’s Adam Kelly, Tom Hurley and Zac Milbank, Channel 7’s Mark Soderstrom and The Advertiser’s Chief SANFL Writer, Warren Partland.
For more information on the team and selection CLICK HERE
MVP – Ben Ridgway
Development Award – Beau Symonds
MVP – Archie Lovelock
Development Award – Hayden Brokensha
MVP – Hunter Window
Development Award – Jake Swanson
SANFL Medallion – Hunter Window
Best and Fairest – Cooper Horsnell
Runner-Up Best and Fairest – Kaine Baldwin
Players Choice MVP – Cooper Horsnell
Best and Fairest = Adrian Corso
Runner Up Best and Fairest = Tex Dowdell
Players M.V.P = Adrian Corso
Best Team Man = Tex Dowdell
Junior E R Curnow Award - Tom McDermott
Proud enjoyed an outstanding year down back, tasked each week with the opposition's no.1 forward. Despite this challenge, Max still averaged 17 disposals a game across his 18 games this season, all whilst holding his opponent to the minimum.
Senior Coach Mark Stone paid tribute to Max's reliability and consistency, acknowledging that when his name was put on the whiteboard each week, "You just know exactly what you're going to get from him."
Max's award was one of many Senior Awards given at Thursday's count, the full list of award winners on the night is listed below.
Stan Wickham Trophy for Most Outstanding Junior: WILL GOULD
Reserves Players Trademark Award: TIM MACKENZIE
GFC Best First Year Player: BRAD CLOSE
RESERVES BEST & FAIREST: TIM MACKENZIE
GFCW Best Team Player: CASS HARTLEY, ELLIE KELLOCKI (TIE)
GFCW CLUB CHAMPION: ELLIE KELLOCK
Junior Curnow Award: TOM MCDERMOTT
Senior Curnow Award Winner: MAX PROUD
Elsie Gleghorn Players Trademark Award: JOSH SCOTT
Leage Leading Goal Kicker: JOSH SCOTT
Snouts Louts Perpetual Award: MATTHEW SNOOK
Ossie Ames League Most Improved: ELLIOT CHALMERS
R E Campbell Best Team Man: CHRIS CURRAN
J H ELLERS BEST & FAIREST: MAX PROUD
How about this for some Football Royalty! Check out Club Legends Graham Cornes, Peter Carey & Neil Kerley in some SANFL "Carpool Karaoke". This clip was one in a series of videos featuring club legends from other SANFL clubs singing (questionably) their theme songs. Brilliant Viewing! Not sure about Cornsey's driving here either...
Glenelg under-18 footballer Adam Beaumont is riding to the MCG in a tribute to his mum, Sharon, an avid Tigers supporter who passed away last year.
Sharon, who was just 51, had pancreatic cancer. Adam, who has played with Glenelg since the under-13s and was an under-16 premiership player, will ride with three close mates 1000 km via the Great Ocean Road to the MCG in nine days in October. His aim is to raise money for the Pancare Foundation to try to raise awareness of pancreatic cancer, to research early-detection techniques and develop treatments.
You can help Adam made a difference by going to Facebook page Shaz's Ride to Cure. The Go Fund Raise Page is on
Read more about Adam's story HERE
This year's GOLF DAY is Friday 12th October @ Adelaide Shores Golf Course. GET YOUR TEAMS IN NOW!
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
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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.
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 ...
Over the last twelve months the Club has made significant progress in pursuit of being financially self-sufficient. Of course our core business is football which is the public barometer of success.
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.