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2018 STATEWIDE SUPER WOMEN'S LEAGUE

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View the list of the Glenelg Football Club Women's team with player photos and profiles to help you get to know your ladies for the 2018 SANFL Statewide Super League Season!

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Check this section each week to view the team selections for our Statewide Super Women's side. Click on a player on the team to view his profile and find out more.

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2018 STATEWIDE SUPER LEAGUE FIXTURE

Fixture Highlights

The SANFL Statewide Super Women's League Fixture has been announced and our women's side will kick off the season on Friday February 2nd against South Adelaide at Hickinbotham Oval! The season will consist of ten minor round matches. 

Entry to all Women’s League matches will be FREE, with plenty of family friendly activities.

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STATEWIDE SUPER WOMEN'S League LADDER

 

League Ladder
  P W L D % PTS
North Adelaide
6 5 1 0 58% 10
Eagles
6 4 1 1 59% 9
Central District
6 3 3 0 57% 6
Sturt
5 3 2 0 54% 6
South Adelaide
5 3 2 0 51% 6
Norwood
6 3 3 0 50% 6
Port Adelaide
5 2 2 1 53% 5
Glenelg
6 2 4 0 46% 4
West Adelaide
5 2 3 0 38% 4
Adelaide
6 0 6 0 36% 0
Reserve Ladder
  P W L D % PTS
Glenelg
7 5 2 0 58% 10
Norwood
6 4 2 0 56% 8
Central District
6 4 2 0 55% 8
Sturt
5 3 1 1 57% 7
West Adelaide
6 3 3 0 57% 6
North Adelaide
6 3 3 0 46% 6
Eagles
6 2 3 1 51% 5
South Adelaide
5 1 4 0 46% 2
Port Adelaide
5 0 5 0 21% 0
U18 Ladder
  P W L D % PTS
South Adelaide
6 6 0 0 59% 12
Eagles
6 4 2 0 55% 8
Norwood
6 4 2 0 49% 8
Central District
6 3 3 0 50% 6
Glenelg
6 3 3 0 50% 6
North Adelaide
6 2 4 0 55% 4
Sturt
6 2 4 0 47% 4
West Adelaide
6 0 6 0 35% 0
U16 Ladder
  P W L D % PTS
Norwood
7 6 1 0 64% 12
Glenelg
7 5 2 0 61% 10
West Adelaide
7 5 2 0 59% 10
South Adelaide
7 4 3 0 55% 8
Sturt
7 3 4 0 53% 6
Central District
7 3 4 0 49% 6
Eagles
7 1 6 0 31% 2
North Adelaide
7 1 6 0 27% 2
Women Ladder
  P W L D % PTS
South Adelaide
9 8 1 0 74% 16
North Adelaide
8 5 3 0 63% 10
Norwood
9 5 4 0 56% 10
West Adelaide
10 5 5 0 50% 10
Sturt
9 3 6 0 32% 6
Glenelg
9 1 8 0 30% 2

 

 

WOMEN'S MATCH REPORTS

Weekly Match Reports

 

April 03, 2018 - Round 9 - Glenelg V South Adelaide
It was a tough Good Friday, suffering our biggest loss of the season against top of the ladder South Adelaide. 
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It was a tough Good Friday, suffering our biggest loss of the season against top of the ladder South Adelaide. 

With 5 of our starting line-up unable to play due to injury or prior commitments, our depth was really tested and exposed. A game day illness meant we had to bring in an emergency late, then we lost one of our prolific ball winners in Brianna Walling early in the second quarter. 

Excuses aside, we were we severely outperformed by South who had 180 more disposals and 30 more inside 50’s, showing exactly why they are in top position. 

Ellie Kellock was a stand out for us, she continues to find the ball around stoppages, win contested possession and her work rate around the field was a real highlight.

Whilst this loss has stung us quite a bit, we now turn our attention to our final game for the season against Sturt, who will be buoyed by an upset victory against Norwood on Monday. We are focussed on finishing the season on a real positive note and will be making sure we do everything we can to get the job done to end the season well.

March 26, 2018 - Round 8 - Glenelg V West Adelaide
Notching up a 5 point win over West Adelaide felt like a just reward for our hard work, commitment and sacrifice. We went into the game believing we could get the job done as we had been building towards this win for weeks with strong patches throughout every game.
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Glenelg 2.7.19
West Adelaide 2.2.14

Best: E Kellock, C Hartley, B Walling, B Wells, A Moritz
Goals: Edwards, Walling

Notching up a 5 point win over West Adelaide felt like a just reward for our hard work, commitment and sacrifice. We went into the game believing we could get the job done as we had been building towards this win for weeks with strong patches throughout every game. The continuing challenge for us this season was to be able to put it all together for four quarters of football and we were able to do just that.

We started the game off perfectly with Lexi Edwards scoring the first goal 3 minutes in and we held that lead for the first half, keeping West scoreless in the 2nd quarter, Kale Pedlar hitting the score board with two minors going into the second half 3 points in front.

But it was the second half where we really had to dig deep; challenged with two players down due to injury, this game could have been a very different story. Our players stood up all over the ground showing plenty of leadership. Lizzy Grosvenor, Ellie Kellock, Bonnie Wells and 1st gamer, Tess Morcom in defence with very little bench time were instrumental. Brianna Walling was a huge contributor in the outcome through the midfield. She was able to win contested ball, showed great vision and awareness around stoppages and also pushed forward taking a big mark then kicked an important goal. Cass Hartley played the perfect Captain’s game, covering a huge amount of ground wining the ball and taking some telling intercept marks. Lexi Edwards continued to be one the strongest leading and marking presences up the ground. All of these efforts and more resulted in us being the more dangerous team in the fourth quarter keeping West scoreless while hitting the score board for three minors securing the win.

With two minor rounds left of the SANFL Statewide Super Women’s League this win has given us the spark we need to finish the season off strong

March 19, 2018 - Round 7 - Glenelg V North Adelaide
After the heartbreak of last week we were hoping to rebound strong and continue to build on the improvement we have shown over the last few rounds. However the very in form North proved far too strong showing exactly why they are a serious contender for the premiership, storming over us by 54 points.
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Glenelg 0.4.4
North 8.10.58

Best: S. Allen, B. Walling, J. Du, J. Allan

After the heartbreak of last week we were hoping to rebound strong and continue to build on the improvement we have shown over the last few rounds. However the very in form North proved far too strong showing exactly why they are a serious contender for the premiership, storming over us by 54 points.

The telling static was the difference in inside 50’s. Our defence was under constant pressure both from North over running us in the midfield and our lack of execution trying to exit our defensive 50. The endeavor of the defence couldn’t be faulted as North racked up 48 inside 50’s and we were able to rebound it 38 times. Jen Du and Sammie Allan proving to be a real strength down back.

The other side to this telling statistic was we only managed to enter the ball into our Forward 50 8 times, really not allowing our key forwards much opportunity further highlighting our persistent struggle to score goals. The times we were able to move the ball forward we looked dangerous. Lexi Edwards continued to show her ability to win contested ball and Brianna Walling and Ellie Kellock’s speed and inside work was relentless.

At the end of the day the result highlights we still have work to do to be able to compete strongly with the top sides in the competition. With three rounds to go we will take every opportunity to continue to build and finish the season strong.

 

Weekly Teams

Check this section each week to view team selections for the Statewide Super Women's League. 
 

 

2018 WOMEN'S Players

Click on the button below to reveal the list of Glenelg Football Club Statewide Super Women's League players. Click on a thumbnail of a player to find out more.

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Coaches & Officials


Tammy Scott  Senior Women's Co Coach
Jason Fairall  Senior Women's Co Coach
Tina Donovan Team Manager