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Scouting Notes: 2021 AFL U19 National Championships: South Australia vs. Western Australia

WESTERN Australia completed a clean three-game sweep of South Australia this past weekend, cementing its dominance over this year’s makeshift Under 19 National Championships. In the Black Swans’ hard fought 10-point victory, there were plenty of prospects out to press their draft credentials during the final underage game of the year. We detail the performances […]

Scouting Notes: 2021 AFL U19 National Championships: South Australia vs. Allies

SOUTH Australia opened its account in the 2021 AFL Under 19 National Championships, defeating a makeshift Allies squad by 92 points at Adelaide Oval on Sunday. The Croweaters dominated from the second term onwards, with the Allies made up of a few NSW-ACT prospects, along with a mix of Northern Territory products and local Under […]

South Australia Under 19s dominate patched-up Allies to run out 92-point winners

SOUTH Australia is on the board at the 2021 AFL Under 19 Championships, destroying a makeshift Allies side by 92 points at Adelaide Oval this morning. Aside form a purple patch in the second term where the Allies booted back-to-back goals to draw within 15 points, the Croweaters piled on a ridiculous 14.8 to 2.3 […]

Scouting Notes: 2021 AFL U19 National Championships – Western Australia vs. South Australia

WESTERN Australia scraped home by five points against South Australia in Saturday’s AFL Grand Final curtain-raiser, providing a chance for either state’s Under 19 squads to shine on the big stage. Claremont swingman Jacob Van Rooyen was the hosts’ saviour with his last-gasp goal, but there were plenty of strong performers throughout the day. We […]

van Rooyen match-winner sees WA trump SA on AFL Grand Final day

A JACOB van Rooyen match-winner with the final kick of the day has helped Western Australia win its second successive AFL Under 19 Championships challenge match against South Australia, by five points at Optus Stadium today. The curtain raiser to the AFL Grand Final saw both teams enter understrength due to state league commitments in […]

PREVIEW | West meets South once more for curtain-raiser showcase

DRAFT watchers and recruiters alike will be treated to another Under 19 National Championships spectacle this weekend, with South Australia and Western Australia going head-to-head in Saturday’s AFL grand final curtain raiser. Having already met once this year, the two sides will look much different this time around with a bunch of changes set to […]

South and West Australia set for changes galore in grand final curtain raiser

DRAFT watchers and recruiters alike will be treated to another Under 19 National Championships spectacle this weekend, with South Australia and Western Australia going head-to-head in Saturday’s AFL grand final curtain raiser. Having already met once this year, the two sides will look much different this time around with a bunch of changes set to […]

SANFL U18s Player Focus: Adam D’Aloia (Woodville-West Torrens)

WOODVILLE-WEST Torrens midfielder Adam D’Aloia put his name in lights on Saturday afternoon, taking home the Alan Stewart Medal as best afield in the Eagles’ Under 18 grand final triumph. Eligible for next year’s draft, the inside ball winner skippered his state at Under 17s level this year and also has some Reserves experience under […]

Scouting Notes: 2021 SANFL U18s – Grand Final

THE 2021 SANFL Under 18s season came to an end on Saturday afternoon, as Woodville-West Torrens defeated Glenelg to take home its third premiership in four seasons. In the latest SANFL Scouting Notes edition, we again narrow in on SA’s Under 18s competition, with a particular focus on the state’s Under 17 and 19 representative […]

Eagles soar above minor premiers to claim third Under 18 flag in four years

WOODVILLE-WEST Torrens has upset minor premier Glenelg by 17 points on Saturday afternoon to claim a third SANFL Under 18s flag in four years. The Eagles incited a remarkable 70-point turnaround from their semi-final loss to the Bays just a fortnight ago, even without the services of their best player on that day, Jase Burgoyne. […]

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