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1908 SAFL Season
The 1908 South Australian Football League season was the 32nd season of the top-level Australian rules football
Australian rules football
competition in South Australia. West Adelaide won their 1st SAFL premiership along with their 1st Championship of Australia
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West Adelaide Football Club
West Adelaide
Adelaide
Football Club is an Australian rules football
Australian rules football
club in the South Australian National Football League
South Australian National Football League
(SANFL)
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South Australia
South Australia
Australia
(abbreviated as SA) is a state in the southern central part of Australia. It covers some of the most arid parts of the country. With a total land area of 983,482 square kilometres (379,725 sq mi), it is the fourth-largest of Australia's states and territories by area, and fifth largest by population. It has a total of 1.7 million people, and its population is the most highly centralised of any state in Australia, with more than 75 percent of South Australians
South Australians
living in the capital, Adelaide, or its environs
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South Adelaide Football Club
The South Adelaide
Adelaide
Football Club is an Australian rules football
Australian rules football
club that competes in the South Australian National Football League (SANFL)
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West Torrens Football Club
West Torrens Football Club was an Australian rules football
Australian rules football
club that competed in the South Australian National Football League
South Australian National Football League
(SANFL) from 1897 to 1990. In 1991, the club merged with neighbouring Woodville Football Club to form the Woodville-West Torrens Eagles. Based in the western suburbs of Adelaide, the club derived its name from its location around the western reaches of the River Torrens.Contents1 Club history 2 Awards 3 Club colours and emblems 4 Home grounds 5 Famous players 6 Club records 7 External linksClub history[edit] There are references to a West Torrens team dating back to the 1870s but the modern club was formed in 1897 to compete in the SANFL
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North Adelaide Football Club
The North Adelaide
Adelaide
Football Club, nicknamed the Roosters, is an Australian rules football
Australian rules football
club currently affiliated with the South Australian National Football League (SANFL). The club plays its home games at Prospect Oval, located in Prospect, a northern suburb of Adelaide, South Australia. The club was formed in 1888 as the Medindie Football Club, changing its name to North Adelaide
Adelaide
in 1893
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Carlton Football Club
Mens sana in corpore sano (A sound mind in a healthy body)2017 seasonHome-and-away season 16thLeading goalkicker Levi Casboult
Levi Casboult
(34)John Nicholls Medal Marc MurphyClub detailsFounded 1864; 154 years ago (1864)Colours      Navy blue      whiteCompetition Australian Football League AFL Women'sChairman Mark Lo GiudiceCoach Brendon BoltonCaptain(s) Marc MurphyPremiershipsVFL/AFL (16): 1906, 1907, 1908, 1914, 1915, 1938, 1945, 1947, 1968, 1970,
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Championship Of Australia
The Championship of Australia
Australia
was an Australian rules football tournament which was contested between football clubs from the Victorian, South Australian, West Australian and Tasmanian football leagues. The Championship took place three times in the 19th century and then from 1907 to 1914 with the exception of 1912 and every year from 1968 to 1975
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Sturt Football Club
The Sturt Football Club, nicknamed The Double Blues, is a semi-professional Australian rules football
Australian rules football
club based in the affluent suburb of Unley, South Australia, which plays in the South Australian National Football League. Founded in 1901 by the Sturt Cricket
Cricket
Club, the club initially struggled to make the finals, however in 1915 they won their first Premiership. After several decades of substantial finals appearanaces and a few premiership wins, Sturt entered a period of success, winning seven premierships from 1966 to 1976 under coach Jack Oatey. Sturt has a total of fifteen premierships, eleven Magarey Medallists and two Night Premierships. Sturt wear Oxford and Cambridge Blue reflecting the street names on which their home ground is based
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Australian Rules Football
Australian rules football, officially known as Australian football,[2] or simply called Aussie rules, football or footy, is a contact sport played between two teams of eighteen players on an oval-shaped field, often a modified cricket ground. Points are scored by kicking the oval-shaped ball between the opposing goal posts (worth six points) or behind posts (worth one point). The team with the highest score at the end of the match wins unless a draw is declared.[3] During general play, players may position themselves anywhere on the field and use any part of their bodies to move the ball. The primary methods are kicking, handballing and running with the ball. There are rules on how the ball can be handled: for example, players running with the ball must intermittently bounce or touch it on the ground. Throwing the ball is not allowed and players must not get caught holding the ball
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James Tierney (footballer)
James Michael "Sorry" Tierney (27 November 1878 – 20 March 1959) was an Australian rules footballer who played in the South Australian Football Association (SAFA) and the South Australian Football League (SAFL), mainly with the West Adelaide Football Club.Contents1 Biography 2 Career 3 Later life 4 See also 5 References 6 Further reading 7 External linksBiography[edit] Tierney was born in Gawler, South Australia, to Luke Tierney, an Irish emigrant from County Cavan, and Mary Jane Havens.[1] His father died in 1889, when James was a child.[2] Career[edit] Tierney, a Sand carter, had three stints at West Adelaide. He made his debut on 10 August 1901 and stayed with the club in 1902. He played 18 games and kicked seven goals during this time. He then moved to the West Torrens Football Club in 1903 where he earned selection for the South Australian state team. Tierney however refused to play protesting over the non-selection of Sturt ruckman "Taffy" Wayne
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Magarey Medal
The Magarey Medal is an Australian rules football
Australian rules football
honour awarded annually since 1898 to the fairest and most brilliant player in the South Australian National Football League
South Australian National Football League
(SANFL), as judged by field umpires. The award was created by William Ashley Magarey, then chairman of the league.Contents1 History 2 Recipients2.1 Multiple recipients3 References 4 External linksHistory[edit] William Magarey was born in Adelaide, South Australia. A lawyer by vocation, he had an enduring interest in sports, although he did not play football. He was, however, an active sports administrator who, in 1897, became the inaugural Chairman of the South Australian Football Association (later renamed the SANFL)
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1901 SAFA Season
The 1901 South Australian Football Association season was the 25th season of the top-level Australian rules football
Australian rules football
competition in South Australia. Minor premier Norwood won its 12th premiership. The season marked the formation and debut of the new Sturt Football Club.Contents1 Season1.1 Minor round 1.2 Major round 1.3 Challenge Final2 Notable events 3 ReferencesSeason[edit] The season was played under conventions similar to, but was amended from, the previous two seasons and the system used in the VFL in 1898-1900. In the minor round, all seven clubs played a double round-robin of twelve matches, and in the major round, all seven clubs played a single round-robin of six matches. If the minor premiers won the major round, then that team would automatically win the major premiership
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1894 SAFA Season
The 1894 South Australian Football Association season was the 18th season of the top-level Australian rules football
Australian rules football
competition in South Australia.Contents1 Ladder 2 Grand final2.1 1894 SAFA Premiership Football Match 2.2 1894 SAFA Premiership Football Match Replay3 ReferencesLadder[edit]1894 SAFA LadderTEAM P W L D GF BF GA BA Pts1 Norwood (P) 19 14 5 0 138 154 85 118 282 South Adelaide 19 13 6 0 128 179 83 135 263 Port Adelaide 18 9 9 0 95 140 85 112 184 North Adelaide 18 1 17
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1895 SAFA Season
The 1895 South Australian Football Association season was the 19th season of the top-level Australian rules football
Australian rules football
competition in South Australia. The Natives (latter known as West Torrens) was formed by a group of periphery Port Adelaide players who wanted more playing time. Ladder[edit]1895 SAFA LadderTEAM P W L D GF BF GA BA Pts1 South Adelaide 16 15 1 0 121 161 41 77 282 Norwood 16 11 4 1 113 97 62 105 233 Port Adelaide 16 8 7 1 100 147 73 92 174 North Adelaide 16 3 13 0 43 64 120 125 65 Natives 16 2 14 0 37 82 99 155 4Key: P = Played, W = Won, L = Lost, D = Drawn, GF = Goals For, BF = Behinds For, GA = Goals Against, BA = Behinds Against, (P) = Premiers [1]References[edit]^ "Football". The Chronicle. Adelaide: National Library of Australia. 5 October 1895. p. 31
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1896 SAFA Season
The 1896 South Australian Football Association season was the 20th season of the top-level Australian rules football
Australian rules football
competition in South Australia. Ladder[edit]1896 SAFA LadderTEAM P W L D GF BF GA BA Pts1 South Adelaide 18 16 0 2 128 134 60 86 342 Norwood 18 10 6 2 104 144 71 112 223 North Adelaide 16 5 10 1 52 105 80 118 114 Natives 16 4 10 2 44 81 77 118 105 Port Adelaide 18 4 13 1 66 118 101 143 9Key: P = Played, W = Won, L = Lost, D = Drawn, GF = Goals For, BF = Behinds For, GA = Goals Against, BA = Behinds Against, (P) = Premiers [1]References[edit]^ "FOOTBALL. RETROSPECT OF THE SEASON". Adelaide Observer. National Library of Australia. 19 September 1896. p. 45
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