Glenelg Football Club
Glenelg Football Club is an Australian rules football team, which plays in the South Australian National Football League. The club is known as the "Tigers" (or the "Bays"), and their home ground is Gliderol Stadium @ Glenelg (formerly Glenelg Oval), located in the southern coastal suburb of Glenelg East, South Australia.

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Category:Glenelg Football Club players. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation, search. Players in the SANFL for the Glenelg Football Club.
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Jul 24, 2013 ... Glenelg Football Club is searching for a new chief executive after the shock resignation of Rob Nelson.
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Vs: Played: Win: Loss: Draw: Central District: 66: 28: 37: 1: Glenelg: 161: 91: 69: 1: North Adelaide: 211: 89: 119: 3: Norwood: 212: 74: 135: 3: Port Adelaide: 218 ...
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In researching the first book to cover the complete history of Liverpool FC using a linear narrative, the author was given access to the club's original minute books John Williams explores the origins and divisive politics of soccer in the city of Liverpool and profiles the key men behind the emergence of the club and its early successes in th...
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William and Lawrence Bragg, Father and Son: The Most Extraordinary Collaboration in Science
In 1912 Lawrence Bragg explained the interaction of X-rays with crystals, and he and his father, William thereby pioneered X-ray spectroscopy and X-ray crystallography. They then led the latter field internationally for fifty years, when most areas of science were transformed by the knowledge they created: physics, chemistry, geology, materials sci...
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Based on interviews by Ashley Mallett with Ian Chappell, this book presents Ian Chappell's reflections on his career, players he played with and against, and on current and past cricketing issues.
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The Joy of Six: the Adelaide Showdown | World News Views
From the race to join the AFL to a reluctant messiah, half-a-dozen moments from a South Australian rivalryAn act of treacheryAFL football had rolled into Adelaide in the 90s. It's now easy to forget that the Adelaide Crows were born under scandalous circumstances, but it was an affair that solidified the rivalry between Port Adelaide Football Club and the rest of the state.In July 1990 and in what was viewed as an act of footballing treachery, local powerhouse Port Adelaide Magpies ignored the pledge of solidarity and allegiance it had made with nine other SANFL clubs to present a united bid for the AFL's new team licence, applying directly to the league themselves. At the time Port president Bruce Weber famously bellowed, "Football in South Australia is Port Adelaide." In the wake of a Supreme Court injunction prompted by the Glenelg Football Club, the rallying of the other local clubs and statewide ill-feeling, the SANFL produced a compelling counter-bid to Port's betrayal. Gaining the support of the other AFL clubs, the united SANFL bid team also eventually won over the AFL Commission. The Adelaide Crows would be the state's first AFL team and Port Adelaide were left licking their wounds. It would be six long years before they entered the league under the state's second AFL licence. The dominant team of the early decade with premiership wins in 1990, '92, '94, '95 and '96, all that remained was for the Magpies to find themselves a new name to avoid a clash with their new AFL rivals Collingwood. Suggestions included The Black Diamonds, Pirates, Mariners and Sharks, but at the unveiling of the new playing strip at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre on 31 August 1995, Port Power were born.Crosstown trafficIt might not be quite the same as the vitriol and angst that arises from Collingwood players (and coaches) making the move to Carlton, but there are a number of Crows who have become Power players over the years and vice versa. Names like Ian Downsborough, Matthew Bode and Brett Chalmers might not cause immediate recall for anyone other than die-hard fans, but all plied their trade for both the Power and Crows.In the lead-up to the Power's inaugural season, foundation Adelaide on-baller David Brown made the switch across to Alberton and wound up his career with two final seasons at Port Adelaide in 1997 and 98, managing to miss both of his old side's breakthrough premierships. Brown might have found it tough to force his way into those Premiership sides but it was rotten timing all the same.Yet when we think of players who have pulled on both a Crows and Port Adelaide guernsey, the name that usually comes to mind is glamour full-forward and Adelaide cult hero Scott Hodges. A goal-kicking machine for Port Magpies in the SANFL, Victorian football fans saw little of him until a 153 goal haul and Magarey medal win in Port's 1990 Premiership team saw Hodges become the hottest property in league football recruiting. Resisting overtures from cashed up Victorian clubs, Hodges eventually chose to ply his trade with Adelaide where his debut season netted him 48 goals, including a haul of 11 against Geelong. Though he'd finish his AFL career with an average of three goals per game, Hodges saw his full-forward spot at Adelaide stolen away by high-flying Crows sensation Tony Modra in 1993. Quitting Adelaide at the end of that season, Hodges returned for one more tilt of top-flight football in 96 before the Power added him to their inaugural playing list the following year. Injuries had cruelled Hodges's impact by this point and he never managed a game for the new boys of the league. With nine premierships for the Port Magpies, he retired a local legend and Port Adelaide life member.The man who couldn't even spell MessiahWhile it divides a city of football fans in half, it would also be fair to say the Adelaide Showdown has also pitted coaches into an inevitable rivalry. Upon Port's entry into the league in 1997, Adelaide themselves were experiencing something of a rebirth having shed popular veterans Andrew Jarman, Chris McDermott and Tony McGuinness in the 1996 off-season. When the dust settled on those unpopular calls, new coach Malcolm Blight was nonetheless being hailed as a potential saviour of the struggling club and was returning to his spiritual home. McDermott later concluded, "It was enormous news in Adelaide that he was coming back, the biggest thing in town for a long time."Blight himself was more circumspect, returning fire on Biblical analogies with the bon mot: "I can't spell the word, but I know what happened to the last guy they called the Messiah." In the context of the intrastate rivalry, Blight was immediately pitted against Port's foundation coach John Cahill, another godly figure in South Australian football and 10-time premiership coach at the Magpies. Blight effectively admitted to being out-coached by Cahill in Showdown One but in the end the two local legends would split the honours in their four meetings as Showdown coaches.The longest lasting coaching rivalry was between Neil Craig and the Power's first premiership coach, Mark Williams. Though the final analysis was 8-5 in favour of Craig, he also seemed to have cast a hex of self-doubt over Williams at times, none more so than in the 2004 first semi-final when the Crows handed Williams and his team an 83-point belting, still the widest margin in Showdown history.Now former Geelong team-mates and fellow assistants during the Cats' glory years, Brenton Sanderson and Ken Hinkley, are marshaling the respective troops. Come Sunday, that Corio kinship will be long forgotten.Showdown One, 1997It's rare that a game as hotly anticipated as the very first Showdown proves to be anything better than a mild let-down but the first South Australian derby had everything including a fight and an upset result. The hype was not just confined to the media and fans, Blight later noted: "I could not believe the tension in the playing group. Every training session, meeting or general discussion had an air of aggression."After a nervous first quarter characterised by errors and poor kicking at goal, the game exploded into life in the second term. Port were coming off their breakthrough first AFL win the week before but few could have predicted that it would be the Power who seized the initiative heading towards half-time. Amongst the frenetic flow of the game, Power spearhead Scott Cummings and Adelaide fullback Rod Jameson had been niggling each other. Jameson recently explained: "Ironically, at the time Scotty Cummings and I did a radio skit … The week leading into the Showdown, the build-up was huge." Taking umbrage at Cummings's shoving of his team-mate Jason McCartney, Jameson zeroed in on the Power star. "There was a fair bit not caught on TV, but then Scotty threw a punch at me and that's when it all started up again. I was a bit surprised with how I responded … but it probably got the better of me. Ironically, it was only the boundary umpire that reported me. I could tell you all the ins and outs, but really Scotty just had a big mouth." For the "wild punches", as Blight would later term them, Jameson sat out the next three weeks.Port led by 18 at half-time and then 33 by the final break and were playing more like the well-established team that their opponents were, despite being down to 18 fit players. After a final quarter surge on the back of Blight's advice to kick long into the forward line, the Crows fell short by 11 points, handing Port Adelaide the historic first win of the fledgling rivalry. In the aftermath, Blight wrote the number 18 up on a whiteboard, reminding his players of how many games remained in the season. The unfancied Crows would famously go on to win the most important of them all, claiming the club's first premiership that September.The SlowdownAt the risk of incurring the wrath of South Australian football lovers, it calls for serious consideration that possibly the best thing that this rivalry has spawned is 'The Slowdown'. Inaugurated by the Showdown's own first sponsors, West End Breweries, the Slowdown is an annual charity match featuring Crows and Power players of old. While it may have started with the noble and charitable purpose of improving oncology treatment for South Australian children, the main attraction is the promise of seeing the Jarman brothers achieving the seemingly impossible task of fitting into football jumpers. The Slowdown has given us the world's largest mascot race in 2010, ridiculous goal celebrations as well as the beginning and end of the footballing careers of Lleyton Hewitt, Guy Sebastian and Andrew Daddo. Andrew Jarman generally guarantees that there is as little focus on the celebrities as possible though. Extending the concept to a State of Origin clash between Victoria and South Australia also saw Tony Modra wind back the clock and perform some captivating slow-motion reenactments of the spectacular moments of his career. In amongst all of this and as always, Jarman genuinely loved his own work.Getting the show on the roadEven for a football tradition of a mere 17 years, a unique aspect of The Showdown is that every single one of them has taken place at the same ground, Football Park in West Lakes. Generally perceived as a hot ticket event in a state short on blockbuster entertainment, the last few years have actually seen some less than bumper crowds. Five times since 2007 weather and lack of interest have seen crowd numbers drop to the thirty-thousands, a far cry from the packed houses that characterised the first decade of the rivalry. All that is about to change of course, because the redevelopment of the Adelaide Oval is nearing completion and the two local sides look set to open proceedings at the ground with a historic Showdown clash at the beginning of season 2014. With realistic expectations of a capacity crowd approaching 50,000 spectators for the game, you'd think that Andrew Demetriou and co might be making a few anxious visits to the worksite over the next six months.One thing is for certain, the game itself will divide a state, it will inspire them to song and bragging rights will be won or lost.Port AdelaideAdelaideAFLAustralian rules footballAustralia sportRussell Jacksontheguardian.com © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds
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