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SA Wins National Title

 

SANFL CONGRATULATES MCDONALD’S UNDER-18 STATE TEAM
The SANFL would like to congratulate the McDonald’s SA Under-18 State team for winning the AFL Under-18 National Championship, after defeating Western Australia in Melbourne today.
After finishing second for the past 4 years, SANFL High Performance Manager Brenton Phillips has coached South Australia to victory by 10 points, ending an 18-year drought since the Croweaters won the 1995 Under-17 Teal Cup competition.
The final score in the hard fought contest was SA 11.9 (75) def WA 10.5 (65).
SANFL Executive Commissioner Leigh Whicker said “The victory is testament to the great work being done by the SANFL Clubs Centre of Excellence programs and the standard of both the SANFL Macca’s Cup and League competitions in developing SA’s underage talent”
South Australian captain Luke Dunstan was SA’s leading possession winner with 22, while North Adelaide’s Campbell Combe and the Eagles Riley Knight had 21 and 19 possessions respectively. Todd McKay and Alex Spina also found plenty of the ball with 18 disposals each at Etihad Stadium this afternoon.
South Adelaide’s Darcy Hourigan was the leading goalkicker for SA with 3 goals. Sturt’s James Battersby was the other multiple goal scorer with 2 goals.
South Australia’s Most Valuable Player for the Championships will be announced later this evening with the AFL Under-18 All-Australian team announced next week.
For more information, including a match report with quotes from Brenton Phillips, log on to sanfl.com.au
SANFL CONGRATULATES MCDONALD’S UNDER-18 STATE TEAM


The SANFL would like to congratulate the McDonald’s SA Under-18 State team for winning the AFL Under-18 National Championship, after defeating Western Australia in Melbourne on Wednesday afternoon.

After finishing second for the past 4 years, SANFL High Performance Manager Brenton Phillips has coached South Australia to victory by 10 points, ending an 18-year drought since the Croweaters won the 1995 Under-17 Teal Cup competition.

The final score in the hard fought contest was SA 11.9 (75) def WA 10.5 (65).

SANFL Executive Commissioner Leigh Whicker said “The victory is testament to the great work being done by the SANFL Clubs Centre of Excellence programs and the standard of both the SANFL Macca’s Cup and League competitions in developing SA’s underage talent”

South Australian captain Luke Dunstan was SA’s leading possession winner with 22, while North Adelaide’s Campbell Combe and the Eagles Riley Knight had 21 and 19 possessions respectively. Todd McKay and Alex Spina also found plenty of the ball with 18 disposals each at Etihad Stadium this afternoon.

South Adelaide’s Darcy Hourigan was the leading goalkicker for SA with 3 goals. Sturt’s James Battersby was the other multiple goal scorer with 2 goals.

For more information, including a match report with quotes from Brenton Phillips, log on to sanfl.com.au

There were no Bulldogs in this year's SA U18 squad

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