Archive for Category: "SANFL"

Viewing sport from Adelaide Oval’s historical hot seat

Viewing sport from Adelaide Oval’s historical hot seat

Adelaide Oval’s scoreboard is an icon of the Australian sports world, but what of those behind the scenes who run it? DYLAN RUSSELL reports.

Sturt leave their blues behind in 2014

Sturt leave their blues behind in 2014

A new and improved Sturt side has shaken off the disappointments of last year’s season, and look to be a force to be reckoned with, writes FLETCHER DOHERTY.

Crows Reserves provides new opportunities for young players

Crows Reserves provides new opportunities for young players

Adelaide Crows reserves have now settled into the SANFL, to mixed opinion and results, and mixed results, FLETCHER DOHERTY writes.

Weatherill’s betting reforms please South Australians

Weatherill’s betting reforms please South Australians

The South Australian Government recently introduced a plan to place betting advertisement restrictions on live sporting games which has been positively received by South Australians. TOM EDWARDS reports.

Former Crows hero offers advice to aging Adelaide players

Former Crows hero offers advice to aging Adelaide players

As three big-name Adelaide footballers potentially near the end of their AFL careers, former two-time Adelaide Crows premiership defender Peter Caven has spoken about the tough transition from professional football to ordinary life. JOE ELLIOT reports.

The lure of country footy

The lure of country footy

The SANFL has cause for concern, as young SANFL football players make the move to country football leagues, tempted by better earnings. MITCHELL TILLER reports.

From pushover to powerhouse

From pushover to powerhouse

After two years of cellar-dwelling, the Gold Coast Suns have been putting in big strides throughout the off-season to rectify their history of poor showings. MAX BURFORD reports.

Are confusing NAB Cup rules distorting South Australia’s game?

Are confusing NAB Cup rules distorting South Australia’s game?

The Australian Football League has decided to terminate all NAB Cup game rules after a meeting with the captains at the 2012 Season Launch in Sydney, writes ELLE VINCE.