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|Nothing better then a Balfours pie with sauce at the footy, very likely the only thing that kept hypothermia at bay during the early days at Footy Park...|
|Highlights clips set to the tune of "There's a Little Bit of Cazaly in us all".|
|In 1981 the full-on exodus of the finest South Australian players to the VFL had yet to begin. However, Peter Carey was keen to leave Glenelg and play for Saint Kilda. This interesting interview sheds light on why he wanted to leave. The Saints and the Bays could not agree to terms, leaving Carey to remain at Glenelg and captain the club to back-to-back flags in 1985/86.|
|Norwood playing coach Neil Balme throws his weight around and has the last laugh, although Central do go on to win the game.|
This clip shows us how fortunate we all are that Studley Cornes' singing career never got off the ground. The song "Untying the Laces" was released as a single by Cornes in the mid 70's. This is hard to believe but the "B" side was much worse, listen to it here if you dare:
|"Colourful" clash between Rooster "Sticks" Phillips and Bulldog Norsworthy during 1983.|
|The end of one of the most famous minor round games in SANFL history. With South trailing by 4 points in the dying seconds of the match, South forward Darren Harris marks a Russell Ebert short pass and kicks a goal after the siren from around 60 metres to win the game for South.|
|"The is no doubt about Crag Balme..."|
One of the worst howlers in the history of the game! Even the Norwood bench thought this was hilarious.... mind you, they were 10 goals ahead at the time...
|Sturt full-forward Ian Willmott cracks the ton at Footy Park in 1985.|
|4 clips relating to Sturt and Carlton great Peter Motley. The titles of the first 3 are self explanitory, the last clip is a documentary relating to his career at Sturt and Carlton and his tragic accident and aftermath.|
1985 Mark of the Year Motley:
1985 Motley interview after last game for Sturt:
State Affair Peter Motley report :
2010 Fox Footy Headliners - The Peter Motley story:
|A reminder of footy back in 1986. A wet round and a couple of upset results and a very upset Magpie in Harvey after he was trodden on by "The Ant".|
|Tribute to the "Jumbo Prince" on Magarey Medal night in 1986.|
|The Bays go coast-to-coast in about 14 seconds against Port at the Bay in 1987.|
In Round 7 of this season Glenelg ruckman Peter Carey played his 400th game for the club at Glenelg Oval against Torrens.
The first 4 clips relate directly to this game.
The final clip is a tribute to Carey that aired during the 1987 Magarey Medal Presentation, featuring his two young sons as reporters, very funny in parts and also quite touching.
1987 Carey 400th "Big League" tribute:
1987 400th game Channel 7 tribute, interview with Carey and his 2 sons:
1987 Peter Carey Wide World of Sport tribute on his 400th game:
Glenelg Football Club Presentation:
1987 Carey Magarey Medal tribute (with sons as reporters):
|Brief tribute to former Woodville and Glenelg champion rover/half-forward Ralph Sewer. Still the only player to play league football in 4 different decades.|
|A long time before the AFL had Meatloaf, the SANFL had Ricky May...|
|A fight breaks out during the third term and 2 players from the NSW bench become involved. Ever the opportunist, SA coach Cornes calls for a player count!|
|Things were not going well for the Tigers when Carey came to the bench late in this game. These days Cornes has the option to turn down those with dissenting views on his radio show. He had no such option on this day when "Supa" fired up!|
|Timmy Ginevar shows he is much more talented than Graham Cornes.... still, most of us could do that...|
|News reports realting to the passing of Jack Oatey in 1994 and a clip of him coaching in 1978.|
Jack Oatey coaching Sturt in 1978