Glenelg Football Club



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


Be part of the mighty TIGER ARMY in season 2019. There's a package to suit everyone!


Find information about our Junior Development squads, Matt Bode Cup, Junior programmes and more.

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Mark's Match Review - Hear what senior coach Mark Stone had to say after the game, including the quarter by quarter scores, the best players and goalkickers.

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Fixture Highlights

Footy under lights and Good Friday Footy @ The Bay headline the release of our 2019 SANFL Statewide Super League Fixture.


The Tigers will kick-off season 2019 under lights against Norwood at Cooper’s Stadium on Friday March 29.


Good Friday Footy is back home in 2019! We take on Sturt in a twilight blockbuster on Friday April 19 at ACH Group Stadium.


Plenty of practice with the yellow ball in 2019, with 4 of our first 5 games played under lights (3 night & 1 twilight). Two of these will be at ACH Group Stadium which includes our Twilight Good Friday Clash.

SHOW 2019 SANFL Statewide Super League Fixture






League Ladder
  P W L D % PTS
11 8 2 1 59% 17
10 8 1 1 55% 17
11 7 4 0 50% 14
South Adelaide
10 5 3 2 53% 12
10 6 4 0 53% 12
11 6 5 0 52% 12
Port Adelaide
10 6 4 0 51% 12
Central District
11 2 9 0 40% 4
North Adelaide
10 1 9 0 44% 2
West Adelaide
10 1 9 0 42% 2
Reserve Ladder
  P W L D % PTS
Central District
11 7 4 0 52% 14
11 7 4 0 51% 14
West Adelaide
10 6 4 0 55% 12
11 6 5 0 51% 12
10 5 5 0 51% 10
11 4 7 0 49% 8
North Adelaide
10 4 6 0 49% 8
South Adelaide
10 3 7 0 41% 6
U18 Ladder
  P W L D % PTS
11 10 1 0 63% 20
11 7 4 0 48% 14
North Adelaide
10 6 4 0 50% 12
West Adelaide
10 5 5 0 50% 10
South Adelaide
10 4 6 0 53% 8
11 4 7 0 47% 8
10 3 7 0 46% 6
Central District
11 3 8 0 42% 6
U16 Ladder
  P W L D % PTS
West Adelaide
7 6 1 0 61% 12
South Adelaide
7 5 2 0 56% 10
7 4 3 0 51% 8
7 3 3 1 47% 7
7 3 3 1 47% 7
North Adelaide
7 3 4 0 45% 6
7 2 5 0 48% 4
Central District
7 1 6 0 44% 2
Women Ladder
  P W L D % PTS
10 9 1 0 73% 18
South Adelaide
10 8 2 0 64% 16
North Adelaide
10 7 3 0 66% 14
10 6 4 0 58% 12
West Adelaide
10 6 4 0 46% 12
10 2 8 0 37% 4
Central District
10 2 8 0 32% 4
10 0 10 0 30% 0




Weekly Match Reports

Conditions down at Noarlunga were perfect for footy and the game provided a high-quality contest of SANFL footy.

GLENELG 13.5 (83) def. by SOUTH ADELAIDE 13.9 (87)

We started well which is important in away games and settled well, scoring from entries and working well at centre bounce.

The 2nd quarter was a poor one from a defensive point of view, allowing South to kick 6 goals and wrestle their way back to take a lead into half time. We turned the ball over too easily and found ourselves too far out of position to defend. To South's credit they played a really good quarter and used the ball very well rebounding out of our F50.

The 2nd half was a tight battle with both teams going goal for goal and trying to gain an advantage through match ups or rotations. South lead at ¾ time after another red-time goal late in the quarter.

The last quarter was always going to be a test of game-state situation footy and South played it better than us, getting critical goals at crucial stages. Curran made a decision to assist in the air late in the game – Cross made a good decision to sit behind the contest and the ball fell to South and they scored.

But I was proud of our boys’ desire to never give up and fight to the end. We had our chances to win it late but weren’t able to get it done. As much as it was disappointing to lose, we played a very good team in a very good contest that can only help us improve as the year progresses.

This week we take on Centrals at home and we look forward to seeing all the Black and yellow supporters at ACH Group stadium.



Preparing for Round 9, North Adelaide’s recent form had been very strong. Even though they hadn’t registered a win in their past 3 games, they’d pushed teams and were in games to the end. We knew it would be a tough game and set ourselves to produce hard, contested footy.

The 1st quarter was fast and up and down the ground, and although we scored 5 goals, we needed to control the speed North were playing. We managed to gain control during the 2nd quarter but a lapse in discipline during a push and shove gave North a goal and then momentum.

The 3rd quarter was a hard running, powerful quarter where we capitalised with better F50 entries and found targets. We ran out the game strongly but over-used the ball slightly in Q4 and North were able to score off turnovers to finish better. However, we’ll take a hard earned 40+ point win.

Like Chris Curran, Matt Snook celebrated his 100th game with a strong win. He has worked incredibly hard to achieve his milestone and his day was honoured by the team.

Next, we take on the Panthers at Flinders University Stadium. 

- MS


Photo: Gordon Anderson
Going up against an AFL Reserves team with 16 listed players is the kind of challenge we look forward to and know that wins against that type of quality are well and truly earned.

Conditions made it difficult for flowing possession but our pressure applied was really strong and forced Port errors early but we weren’t able to fully capitalise and score efficiently. We placed the ball poorly at times and missed direct shots on goal.

Our ability to defend as a team strongly in the 2nd quarter gave us a healthy lead at half time and put us in good position to launch into the second half with the breeze. Again, a great press and better ball control set up a 7 goal quarter to set up the win.

We conceded 5 goals in Q4 under fatigue and will look at those errors in review. Overall it was a very strong performance in our captains 100th game and we go to the bye looking forward to a refresh and weekend off.

See you Monday June 10 when we host the Roosters.




Check this section each week to view team selections for League, Reserves, Under 18 and Under 16 teams.



Click on the button below to reveal the list of Glenelg Football Club senior players and their jumper numbers. Click on a thumbnail of a player to find out more.





Senior Coach - Mark Stone


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League Coaching Staff

Senior Coach - Mark Stone

League Assistants - Paul Sherwood, Christian Howard 
Team Manager - Brian Robinson
Head Trainer -  Kate Williams 
Trainers - Dimi Mitsoulis, Jogia Inglis, Chiara Libralato, Allanah Searles, Hillary Williams, Bianca Corcoran, Laura Taylah, Eliza Baker, Chloe Karamoshos, Belinda Schell, Tori Kaesler, Maddy Kleeman
Strength & Conditioning Coach - Jame Wiseman

League Time Keeper - Carolyne Jones

Reserves Coaching Staff

Reserves Coach - Paul Sandercock
Reserves Assistant Coach - Damien Raidis

Team Manager - David Schell
Reserves Time Keeper - Nadine Bolt
Reserves Runner - Damien Raidis

Under 18 Coaching Staff

Head Coach - Kieron Hicks

Assistant Coaches - Brett Todd, Jared Millington
Time Keeper - Peter Dunn
Head Trainer - Tammy Gough 
Trainers - Craig Goodenough, Amber Holst

Under 16 Coaching Staff

Head Coach - Scott Uppington
Assistant Coaches - Michael O'Dea, John Drum, Nigel Roberts
Team Manager - John Drum
Time Keeper - Peter Dunn
Trainers - Guy Dollman, Richard Cocking

Junior Development Coaches

Junior Development Manager - Kieron Hicks
Under 15's Head Coach - TBC
Under 14's Head Coach - TBC
Under 13's Head Coach - TBC

GFC Women's Coaches

Senior Coach - Jason Fairall
Team Manager - Tina Donovan
Head Trainer - Simone Higgins
Trainers - Amber Holst, Tiffany Gray 

Southern East Academy Coaches

Academy Coach - Andrew Nitschke
Academy Coach - Ciaron Buckley
Academy Coach - Scott Carberry
Academy Coach - Owen Butler


Doctor - Grant Baker
Senior / Reserves Physio - Sarah O'Donnell
Under 16/ Under 18 Physio - Laura Marslen

Property Steward

Head Property Steward - Robert Searles
Tina Donovan
Mark Donovan

Junior Football Property Steward

Peter Power
John Liambis
Kerry Donovan

Support Staff

Historian - Peter Cornwall
Club Photographer - Gordon Anderson
Ground Annoucer - Adam Pope
Club Chaplin - Simon Johnson
Mini League Co-Ordinator - Simon Kreig
SANFL Development Officer - Scott Uppington
School Zone Co-Ordinator -  Anthony Clemo




Find information about our Junior Development squads, Matt Bode Cup, Junior programmes, Auskick, School holiday coaching clinics, mini league and much more. The Glenelg Football Club Junior Football department plays an instrumental part in creating pathways to develop our young players to reach their full potential. Our Junior football team consists of Kieron Hicks (Talent  Manager) and is supported by Scott Uppington (SANFL Development Officer).  




Under 18's - Round 11 vs Central District

Sunday June 23, ACH Group Stadium

Glenelg 15.7 (97) def. Central District 10.12 (72)

Playing the late game after the Reserves and League success, the boys wanted to continue their recent good form in front of more of a crowd.

The first quarter was started well with some clean and fast movement of the football. This allowed for deep and attacking forward 50 entries, seeing the boys kick away to a 4-goal lead. The second half of the quarter, saw our intensity and pressure around the contest drop away, allowing Centrals to capitalise and kick the next 3.

Addressing these areas and having a relentless approach to our game, where players stay at the required intensity for the remainder of the game was the main message. This was able to be done throughout the 2nd, 3rd and 4th quarters, where a number of positive transitions we played.

All players contributed throughout the night, with a good spread of goal kickers. The 3 U16 players that game up to play, each held their own and contributed to the overall performance of the team.  

We now have a week off before taking on the ladder leaders, Woodville West Torrens.


Under 18's - Round 10 vs South Adelaide

Saturday June 15, Flinders University Stadium

Glenelg 10.8 (68) def. South Adelaide 10.6 (66)

With 8 changes made to the side from the previous week, we were off to take on the in form South Adelaide at Noarlunga.

Conditions were cold and wet which resulted in the first half being a tight tussle. We were over using the ball by hand and looking for too small short options. Forward entries were shallow which allowed for easy South Adelaide rebounds. At the main break we were 3 points behind.

After the half time break, we were down to 22 fit players, that would be tested. The third quarter saw a more direct style of play with deeper entries into our forward 50. Our midfielders were strong around the contest and back 6 were defending well in the 1v1s. These efforts resulted in a 5 goal to nil term and set the game up in our favour. However, by the end of the quarter we were down to 17 players that were fit to take the field.

South Adelaide had the breeze in the final term, as we started the quarter with 17 players while other were receiving treatment. South took advantage of this and kick 3 goals in the first 5 minutes. Players were now being challenged right across the ground, with 18 now back on the field the boys worked hard in the contest and gathered their composure to impact the tempo of the game and slow it down. For the remainder of the quarter South continued to press, but the boys showed great character to hang on to a close fought win by 2 points.


Under 18's - Round 9 vs North Adelaide

Monday June 10 - ACH Group Stadium

Glenelg 11.12 (78) def North Adelaide 8.12 (60)

Playing North Adelaide for the second consecutive week, this time at ACH Group Stadium, we knew they would come out strong following the previously weeks defeat.

The first quarter was a scrappy affair, with North having the better skills under pressure and ability to execute inside their forward 50. We moved the ball from our defensive 50 through the middle, but forward entry execution and pressure was not at the required standard, allowing North to exit easily. North kicked the first 3 goals, to the boys’ credit they kept working away in the contest to kick 2 late goals in the quarter to go in 1 goal down.

The second quarter was much of the same, with both teams struggling to apply scoreboard pressure, with just the one goal kicked by Glenelg.

In the second half the game opened up with some more direct football being played and players were capitalising on their opportunities up forward. Early in the last we got out to a 2-goal lead, but 2 goals in a minute to North put the pressure back on. North were pressing hard, which the defence and midfield were able to withstand and then counter attack. 3 late goals secured an 18-point victory in a tight competition. 


Tigers Academy - Glenelg vs Central District



On Friday evening, the 31st of May, the U13 Tigers Academy Squad travelled north to play the Central Districts side.

Before the game, the coaching group spoke about the sporting challenge of been the travelling side playing in an unfamiliar environment. The first quarter of play demonstrated that this was a genuine challenge for the U13 Tigers group as we struggled to produce our best brand of football.

The players used this 1st quarter challenge as a useful tool to learn and improve. After some astute insights from the leaders within the playing group, during the quarter time break, the young Tiger men rediscovered a more meaningful style of play and started moving the ball with real purpose.

This improved method of play continued throughout the 2nd half as the players worked in unison to create opportunities for each other.

Once again, the coaching group struggled to identify best players, as everyone involved played well. Nine individual goal scorers was also a pleasing outcome.

Final scores were Glenelg 11.10 to Centrals 1.1.



The U14  Academy  team played against a very strong Central District team under lights at Elizabeth. Centrals were far more physical in both their appearance and attack on the footy are comfortably won each quarter. Our boys learnt a lot from the game particularly in regards to developing greater composure with the decision making skills under pressure and skill execution.   



Our long trek out to Centrals started from Glenelg FC in a pre-arranged Tiger bus to transport our boys to/from the game.

This was a good bonding experience for all the boys to get to know each other and spend some time together off the footy field.

Centrals are a highly rated team and we knew we were in for a tough encounter on their large oval. The first quarter, saw the physical

Central Districts players out of the blocks to lead by 4 goals at quarter time. Our boys needed to adapt to the physicality of the game and work our game plan around the enormity of the oval.

At quarter time we discussed that we needed to return to the way we played our footy and run the ball.

To their credit, our boys were not intimidated by the larger more physical northerners and adapted quickly to play our natural run on game kicking 5 goals to nil.

One goal up at halftime, we were confident of a strong showing against the highly rated opposition.

The 3rd quarter was very competitive, unfortunately some skills errors under pressure and some missed scoring opportunities saw us behind at the last change by a couple of goals.

Still within reach of a win, the boys battled and finished off the game well to eventually go down by 11 points.

Although a loss, the boys learnt a lot of what to expect when playing Central Districts again in the July School Holiday carnival.


U/18 Match Report - Round 8

Glenelg vs North Adelaide

Glenelg 10.13 (73) def. North Adelaide 8.6 (54)

Looking to continue to build on our previous match against Central Districts, the boys had some key focus areas including defensive position on transition, along with forward movement and entries.

Taking on second placed North Adelaide was always going to be a difficult challenge. The early morning conditions made for a scrappy game; however, our focus was to be strong in the contest, with pressure on the opposition. The players were able to put these elements into practice and controlled the momentum of the game but with limited of scoreboard pressure.

As the conditions fined up throughout the second and third quarters, our pressure around the contest continued and our ball use and efficiency lifted. The forward line was creating more space and looking more threatening to kick a winnable score. By mid-way through the final quarter, the margin was out to 40 points. The last 10 minutes saw us go away from the disciplined pressure game we had played for 3 quarters, allowing North Adelaide to kick 3 late goals.

All in all, it was a solid performance and our most consistent game for the season. Luke Edwards, Reid Kuller and Sam Liambis were excellent on ball, while Nick Jones and Tex Dowdell had controlled possessions across half back. Three players made their U18 debut with U16s Brodie Edwards and Nasiah Wanganeen coming up and holding their own, while Patty O’Dea came in an made an impact up forward with 3 goals.

This week we play North Adelaide again, this time at Glenelg in a triple header after the league.   


U/18 Match Report - Round 7

Glenelg vs Central District

Glenelg 8.14 (62) def Central District 9.4 (58)

Round 7 saw the Under 18s travel out to Elizabeth to follow the League and Reserves games. It was a match that we needed to achieve a win to stay in the mix of the top five.

On the large oval, it allowed our players more time and space to execute their skills as we used the ball well throughout the game in transition from our defensive 50 through the middle and to half forward. The contested ball efforts and willingness to stay in the contest at all stoppages was also at an acceptable level. However, our efficient ball movement fell down as we entered of forward 50 in the first 3 quarters. We were selecting poor options going in as Centrals dropped a spare behind the ball. Our inability to impact the scoreboard saw us behind at each break.

A change in tactic in the last saw quick entries to space which allowed our forwards to score against the beat the spare back and score with a little more ease. We were able to push the score out to 16 points in our favour with 7 minutes remaining, however Centrals went coast to coast twice in quick succession to bring the margin back to 4 points with 3 minutes remaining. Composed and controlled ball used from here and strength in the stoppage allowed us to hold on for a we fought and challenging win.

We now play North Adelaide back to back, who currently sit clear in second. A good challenge for the boys as our depth begins to be tested with School and State duties impacting. That being said, the 22 that take the field will be more than capable of producing the performance to achieve positive results.


U/18 Match Report - Round 6

Glenelg vs Woodville West Torrens

Glenelg 7.10 (52) def. by Eagles 17.6 (108)

Taking on the ladder leaders and undefeated Woodville West Torrens we were prepared for a tough challenge and physical contest. Building on what we learnt from our previous encounter, 3 weeks prior, the boys were able to control the initial contest. The first quarter saw our midfield holding strong in the stoppages and spreading from the contest, our backs were able to intercept across half back due to the pressure up the ground, not allowing an inside 50 until the 12 minute mark, and the forward movement patterns were creating plenty of space and opportunities. Despite these positives, we did not capitalise on our created opportunities, kicking 2.7 to 3.0.  

The second quarter started much the same. However, mid-way through the quarter, WWT started to control more of the uncontested possessions as our pressure on the contest dropped. From this point on the Eagle controlled the match, as we struggled to win the ball back and execute some of the fundamentals of the game. Players continued to compete in the latter stages of the game, but the inability to generate scoreboard pressure limited the capacity to influence the momentum.

As player movement continues to happen from game to game and players learn new positions, they will grow and develop and prepare for our next match against Central Districts at Elizabeth.


U/18 Match Reports - Rounds 3 - 5

Glenelg vs Woodville West Torrens

Glenelg 13.4 (82) def. by Eagles 18.5 (113)

The first quarter was an even contested with both sides engaging in a physical and contested style of play. A lot of the play was between the two 50-meter arks, as our defenders worked well together and linked through the midfield, however, we struggled to find a target across half forward and in the forward 50.

The second saw WWT maintain their strong contested ball game, but they were able to transition on the outside with spread and effective ball use. We struggled to respond to this and allowed easy movement into their forward 50. At half time being down by 5 goals.

Some regrouping at half time saw an increased work rate in the 3rd and some better linking plays through the middle and transitioning from offence to defence. The boys begun to utilise the space to their advantage and hit back on the scoreboard with 8 goals to 3.

However, in warm conditions, WWT turned the tides again in the last as we began to stop running. Resulting in WWT coming away with the win.

Reid Kuller was clean by hand and foot through the midfield, while Callum Park and Angus Weir both kicked 3 goals from the wings.


Round 4 vs Sturt

Glenelg 9.7 (61) def by Sturt 11.6 (72)

Looking to bounce back from the WWT match, we were jumped by a well drilled Sturt side. They were able to control the tempo in the third as we allowed them to find free targets with ease.

The second and third quarters saw the game swing in our favour through some hard work and disciplined football. We stopped kicking to their spare in our forward line and moved the ball with greater efficiency.

However, this again stopped in the last as Sturt kicked three early goals through their willingness to spread in transition and maintain structures. As we fell away from our ability to hold structure and respond to the challenge from Sturt and the momentum shift.

Reid Kuller was again a string performer along with Austin Kitschke who finished with 3 goals.


Round 5 vs West Adelaide

Glenelg 4.12 (36) def by West Adelaide 17.6 (108)

A disappointing start where we did not compete to win the contested ball or spread to cover their spread. Allowing them easy transition into their forward 50, making it difficult for our defenders. Giving up a 9 goal to 1 first quarter was always going to be difficult to get back.

Players worked more consistently in latter quarters and stuck to some structures as the game unfolded, however damage was done.

Will Schreiber was the standout player who won his position all day.


2019 U/18 Leadership Group

L-R Austin Kitschke (VC), Sam Liambis (C), Callum Park (C), Ricky O'Loughlin-Johncock (VC) Absent: Luke Edwards (VC)

Future Stars Head North

Camp 1 of the AFL HUB (SA) saw our Glenelg future stars head North to the NT for an end of year training camp. The 4 day camp took the boys to Alice Springs & Yulara where players were involved in training programs and cultural experiences. Our players involved were Will Gould, Brady Searle, Kaine Baldwin, Luke Edwards and Cooper Horsnell.


Expressions of interest: Development Squad Assistant Coaches

The Glenelg Football Club is currently seeking expressions of interest for Assistant Coaches to be involved in with the Under 18 or Under 16 2019 programs. If this is of interest to you, please contact Kieron Hicks at outlining your coaching history and capacity to be involved.

Development Squad Nominations: 

The Glenelg Football Club is accepting applications to trail for their U13, 14 and 15 Development Squads in 2019. If interested, please complete the attached for and return to Kieron Hicks, remember to check your residential address.

Click HERE to view the nomination form


2018 GFC Junior Awards

Glenelg Football Club last week held its club awards across both Junior and Senior competitions. Junior presentations were held across U/13's, 14's, 15's, 16's & 18's on Monday 10th & Wednesday 12th Spetember. The full list of Junior Award Winners can be found below. Congratulations to all winners!


2018 Junior Award Winners


Under 13's

MVP – Ben Ridgway

Development Award – Beau Symonds


Under 14's

MVP – Archie Lovelock

Development Award – Hayden Brokensha


Under 15's

MVP – Hunter Window

Development Award – Jake Swanson

SANFL Medallion – Hunter Window


Under 16's

Best and Fairest – Cooper Horsnell

Runner-Up Best and Fairest – Kaine Baldwin

Players Choice MVP – Cooper Horsnell

Under 18's

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


Development Squad Results // 2018


Game 1 vs West Adelaide at City Mazda Stadium

Under 13’s

Glenelg – 10.7 def West Adelaide – 2.1

Goal Kickers: Zac Earl 2, Ben Ridgway 2, Ryan Wurfel 2, Jed Grabia 1, Tom McKay 1, Kieran Scannell 1. Beau Symonds 1

Best Players: Ben Ridgway, Bodie Ryan, Zac Earl, Ashton Moir, Ben Camporeale


Under 14’s

Glenelg – 3.5 def by West Adelaide – 6.6

Goal Kickers: Hayden Brokensha, Will McAuliffe, Zac Spilsbury

Best Players: Charlie Hildyard, Hayden Brokensha, Jye Williamson, Jesse Arthur, Chester Forster


Under 15’s

Glenelg – 5.7 def West Adelaide – 3.4

Goal Kickers: Brodie Edwards 1, Jarrod Butterfield 1, Tim Stewart 1, Ben Nash 1, Max Coorey 1

Best Players: Max Coorey, Kane Viska, Jayden Davis, Jake Swanson, Hunter Window


Game 2 vs South Adelaide at Hickinbotham Oval

Under 13’s

Glenelg – 3.7 def by South Adelaide – 5.3

Goal Kickers: Ben Hyde 1, Charlie McAuliffe 1, Ben Ridgway 1

Best Players: Ben Hyde, Saxon Amber, Ben Ridgway, Macklen Mackay, Charlie McAuliffe


Under 14’s 

Glenelg – 9.6 def South Adelaide 2.5

Goal Kickers: Harvey Lambert 1, Jacob Blake-Smith 1, Jakob Ryan 1, Ayden Pribanic 1, Chester Forster 1, Matt Wolfenden 1, Zac Spilsbury 1, Hayden Brokensha 1

Best Players: Foster Mesecke, Zac Spilsbury, Hayden Brokensha, Matt Wolfenden, Will Clifford


Under 15’s 

Glenelg – 8.6 def South Adelaide – 3.5

Goal Kickers: Lewis Rayson 2, Corey Brougham 2, Nasiah Wanganeen 1, Darcy Crook 1, Ryan Jones 1, Domenic Vizzari 1

Best Players: Bailey Durant, Darcy Gluyas, Max Coorey, Domenic Vizzari, Jake Swanson


Game 3 vs South Adelaide at Gliderol Stadium

Under 13’s

Glenelg – 3.6 def by South Adelaide – 5.2

Goal Kickers: Ethan McAneney 1, Bodie Payne 1, 

Best Players: Macklen Mackay, Bowen Payne, Beau Symonds, Bodie Ryan, Archer Rouvray


Under 14’s

Glenelg – 11.4 def South Adelaide – 3.1

Goal Kickers: Harvey Lambert 4, Hayden Brokensha 2, Jakob Ryan 2, Jesse Arthur 1, Charlie Hildyard 1, Wil Trevena 1 

Best Players: Jett Thompson, Archie Lovelock, Hayden Brokensha, Foster Mesecke, Jesse Arthur


Under 15’s 

Glenelg – 11.5 def South Adelaide – 1.2

Goal Kickers: Finn Tierney 2, Daniel Nicotra 2, Corey Brougham 2, Jake Shelton 1, Fraser Agnew 1, Nasiah Wanganeen 1, Jayden Davis 1, Brodie Edwards 1

Best Players: Darcy Gluyas, Hunter Window, Daniel Nicotra, Jake Swanson, Jayden Davis


South East Carnival 

Under 14’s Game 1

Glenelg – 1.1 def by KNTFL 2.2

Goal Kickers: Foster Mesecke

Best players: Archie Lovelock, Matt Wolfenden, Will Clifford, Brodie Johnson, Hayden Brokensha, Foster Mesecke


Under 14’s Game 2

Glenelg – 9.11 def MSEFL – 0.0

Goal Kickers: Jake Pavia-Amato 3, Archie Lovelock 2, Jesse Arthur 2, Jye Williamson 1, Jakob Ryan 1

Best Players: Kunal Kaura, Jakob Ryan, Foster Mesecke, Archie Lovelock, Jake Pavia-Amato, Hayden Brokensha


Under 14’s Game 3

Glenelg – 3.1 def by WBFL – 3.5

Goal Kickers: Ayden Pribanic, Jakob Ryan, Will Trevena

Best Players: Foster Mesecke, Archie Lovelock, Jakob Ryan, Zac Spilsbury, Jesse Arthur, Matt Wolfenden


Under 15’s Game 1

Glenelg – 8.3 def KNTFL – 1.3

Goal Kickers: C Brougham 3, T Stewart 1, F Agnew 1, H Stagg 1, Ben Nash 1, Hunter Window 1

Best Players: Jayden Davis, Hunter Window, Corey Brougham, Kane Viska, Lewis Rayson, Jeffrey Gonjoran


Under 15’s Game 2

Glenelg – 6.4 def WBFL – 4.4

Goal Kickers: Hugh Stagg 2, Corey Brougham 1, Jack Hawke 1, Jayden Davis 1, Max Coorey 1

Best Players: Kane Viska, Jake Swanson, Lewis Rayson, Domenic Vizzari, Jarrad Parish, Jayden Davis


Under 15’s Game 3

Glenelg – 13.9 def MSEFL – 2.0

Goal Kickers: Hugh Stagg 3, Finn Tierney 2, Tim Stewart 2, Jake Swanson 1, Jayden Davis 1, Jack Hawke 1, Ben Nash 1, Corey Brougham 1, Hunter Window 1

Best Players: Hunter Window, Jayden Davis, Kane Viska, Jeffrey Gonjoran, Finn Tierney, Hugh Stagg 


Full results of the South East Carnival can be found through the Mid-South East Football Leagues (MSEFL) sporting pages. Photos of the carnival can also be found HERE