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Beginnings: Adelaide Football Club, nicknamed The Crows, are an Australian rules football club playing in the Australian Football League, reigning from Adelaide, South Australia. EST 1990

Records:
  • * Highest score: 30.8 (188) against Essendon at AAMI Stadium on 2 June, 2006
  • * Longest winning streak: 10 games (Rounds 13–22, 2005)
  • * Longest losing streak: 10 games (Round 18 1999 to Round 5 2000)
  • * Largest home attendance: 51,140 against Port Adelaide at AAMI Stadium on 26 April 2003
  • * Largest attendance: 99,645 against St. Kilda at the Melbourne Cricket Ground – 1997 Grand Final
  • * Most Goals in a Game: Tony Modra 13 goals vs Richmond (1993), Tony Modra 13 goals vs Carlton (1994)
  • * Largest Winning Margin: 139 points – Round 16, 1993 v Richmond at Football Park
  • * Largest Losing Margin: 141 points – Round 17, 2004 v Brisbane at Gabba
Full Ladder Team P W L D FOR AGNST % PTS
5 Adelaide 22 16 6 0 2483 1795 138.3 64

Youth leaders graduate

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A group of the graduates with Andrew and Rachael McLeod and Eddie Hocking

The Adelaide Football Club hosted a special graduation ceremony last week presenting more than 50 students who gained qualifications in either a Certificate II or III in Business through the Indigenous Youth Leadership and Future Leaders programs.

The programs have been developed by Andrew and Rachael McLeod under their McLeod Centre of Excellence and are delivered in partnership with training provider Carey Training, which is 100 percent Indigenous owned and operated. 

The McLeods established the McLeod Centre of Excellence in 2011 with the intent to provide young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in South Australia increased opportunities in educational studies, mentoring support, help facilitate SACE completion and provide improved pathways to employment.

Over the past six years, around 200...


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Young Crows take to the trees

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Country lad Darcy Fogarty made easy work of the high ropes

Adelaide’s first and second-year players took on a high ropes challenge this week.

As part of the team-building exercise, facilitated by Corporate Adventure Recharge, players were tested mentally and physically at Woodhouse Activity Centre in the Adelaide Hills.

With the assistance of teammates, the young Crows ascended eight metres to complete a series of obstacles, designed to take them out of their comfort zones.

The session culminated in the ‘Leap of Faith’ where players jumped from a high-rise platform, to grab onto a trapeze out in front of them.

Leaders Taylor Walker, Rory Sloane and Tom Lynch and coaches Don Pyke and Scott Camporeale were also on hand to lend support.

Check out some photos from the high ropes challenge below 


 
Captain Taylor Walker showing how it's done


Elliott Himmelberg makes his way up the tree

 


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2018 Community Camp announced

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The Crows will spend three days in Strathalbyn and the Adelaide Hills on February 26 and 27 for the 2018 AFL Community Camp.

The two-day Camp will follow the Club’s opening JLT Community Series game against Fremantle which will be played at Strathalbyn Oval on Sunday, February 25.

Across the Monday and Tuesday, Crows players will visit 28 schools in the Strathalbyn and Adelaide Hills region, reaching more than 6,000 children.

All 18 AFL Clubs will visit either a metropolitan location or a regional centre for the annual Community Camps, which are designed to allow players to meet fans and develop stronger links with the community.

A highlight of the camp will be the super coaching clinic held from 4.30pm-5.30pm on Monday, February 26 where children will have the opportunity to meet the team, have a kick and a catch and collect autographs. 

Players will also be part of a fundraising...


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Special Christmas breakfast for kids

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Does a child you know deserve the opportunity to meet Tex, Sloaney and Eddie this Christmas?

The Crows Children’s Foundation is giving 10 lucky kids the opportunity to attend a special Christmas breakfast on Saturday, December 16.

The Foundation is looking for super keen young fans, aged between 5 and 18 years of age, who are deserving of the opportunity to be at the breakfast event and meet the entire Crows AFL playing squad and coaching group, who will be in attendance.

The Christmas celebration will be held at Adelaide Oval from 8.30-9.30am and will also include a visit from Father Christmas and his merry helpers.

The event will be open to approximately 50 kids in total, with Foundation partners Kickstart for Kids, Canteen and the Women’s and Children’s Hospital also inviting deserving children.

Crows Children’s Foundation Manager Louise McDonald said the event was a way to thank...


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AFLW: Crows come together for camp

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AFLW 2017 Rd 02 - Western Bulldogs v Adelaide

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - FEBRUARY 10: Jessica Sedunary of the Crows celebrates a goal with Sarah Perkins of the Crows (left) during the 2017 AFLW Round 02 match between the Western Bulldogs and the Adelaide Crows at VU Whitten Oval on February 10, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media)

The Crows’ 2018 AFLW list will come together for the first time this weekend for a two-day training camp in Adelaide.

As part of the camp, fans will have a chance to watch the team in action at an internal practice match at Football Park on Sunday, December 10 at 1.30pm.

Darwin-based players Angela Foley, Sally Riley, Calista Boyd, Jasmyn Hewett and Sophie Armitstead will arrive in Adelaide on Friday to spend the weekend with the 25 players based in South Australia at the Club’s West Lakes headquarters.  

The squad will take part in tackling and skills workshops, professional...


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Gibson's good impression

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Gibson stars as senior players return Sam Gibson was a standout on the track as the senior players returned on Monday.

New Crow Sam Gibson was determined to make his first impression count in Monday’s time trial.

Gibson, who crossed from North Melbourne in the AFL Trade Period, claimed the honours in the Club’s 2km run at the Adelaide Athletics Stadium.

Gibson and fellow recruit Bryce Gibbs started training with their younger teammates last week, but completed their first day with the full Crows squad on Monday.

A veteran of 130 AFL games, Gibson said he felt like a draftee again coming into a new club.

“I’ve been around a little while now, but I sort of feel like I’m starting from scratch with a new side,” Gibson said.

“It’s the first couple of weeks when you make impressions, so I’m out there trying to make a good first impression and then we’ll go from there.

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Gibson claims time trial honours

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Sam Gibson has taken out Adelaide's time trial on Monday

Sam Gibson has made a good first impression at his new club, taking out the 2km time trial as Adelaide’s full squad returned to training.

The Club’s senior players joined their 1-4 year teammates for the first time this pre-season on Monday.

After 130-consecutive games for North Melbourne, Gibson was traded to the Crows in October.

The reliable wingman, who is renowned for his work ethic and endurance, crossed the line first in the time trial.

Defender Jake Kelly claimed place second ahead of vice-captain Rory Sloane.

The best performers in last month’s time trial of young Crows, Riley Knight and Wayne Milera Junior, didn’t participate in Monday’s run at the Adelaide Athletics Stadium.

Draftee Andrew McPherson, who is on the comeback from a hamstring injury, also got his summer off to a good start with a strong performance in...


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AFL.com.au's Best 22

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AFL 2017 First Preliminary Final - Adelaide v Geelong

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 22: Paul Seedsman of the Crows in action during the 2017 AFL First Preliminary Final match between the Adelaide Crows and the Geelong Cats at Adelaide Oval on September 22, 2017 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Media)

WITH the 2017 drafts done and dusted, club lists have been finalised for next season.

AFL.com.au reporter Lee Gaskin has come up with his best 22, choosing on the basis of every player on the list being fit and well.

It's the best first-choice side that Adelaide can muster, so it may include players with injuries that will keep them out for some or all of 2018.

B: Rory Laird, Daniel Talia, Jake Kelly
HB: Luke Brown, Kyle Hartigan, Brodie Smith
C: Paul Seedsman, Rory Sloane, Rory Atkins
HF: Tom Lynch, Taylor Walker, Richard Douglas
F: Eddie Betts, Josh Jenkins, Mitch McGovern
Foll: Sam Jacobs, Matt Crouch, Bryce...


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2018 guernsey numbers finalised

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Draftee Andrew McPherson will wear the No.36

Adelaide has finalised its AFL playing numbers for Season 2018.

Draftee Andrew McPherson will wear the No.36 most notably worn by three-time Crows Club Champion and former captain Simon Goodwin.

From SANFL club Woodville West-Torrens, McPherson was Adelaide’s second pick (No.40 overall) in the 2017 NAB AFL Draft.

Father-son rookie Jackson Edwards has taken on No.19.

It is the first time the number has been allocated since 2008 when it was retired as part of the launch of the 19th Man marketing campaign.

However, CEO Andrew Fagan said the time was right to re-introduce the number to the playing squad,

Fagan cited the strength, popularity and relevance of the We Fly As One catch cry as a driving force in the decision.

“It has been a consideration for several months and I am sure our fans and Members, along with the broader football...


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AFLW: Army electrician to make sparks fly

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Crows recruit Rheanne Lugg during a 2km time trial

Adelaide recruit Rheanne Lugg didn't see a minute of the Crows' historic NAB AFL Women's premiership triumph.

She was too busy being put through a rigorous three-month Australian Army training program, and contact with the outside world was prohibited.

"I saw the very first game (of AFLW), then two days later, I was off doing that," Lugg told AFL.com.au.

"It's three months of basically shutting you off from the world and making situations really hard.

"Go out bush and just see how you go.

"You have to pass that to get into the trade you want to do."

A qualified electrician, Lugg was put through her paces at the Army Recruit Training Centre at Blamey Barracks at Kapooka, about 10km from Wagga Wagga in NSW.

Female recruits must be able to run 2.4km in under 11 minutes, while trainees go on 15km marches with 30kg on their back.

Lugg...


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One of the ages

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AFL 2017 Media - Adelaide Crows Press Conference 191017

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 19: New Crows recruits Bryce Gibbs and Sam Gibson (right) pose for a photograph during an Adelaide Crows press conference at the Nixon Hotel on October 19, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Media)

Adelaide has backed experience in its quest to atone for this year's Grand Final defeat, assembling what will be the oldest list in the competition in 2018.

The Crows had the seventh oldest group in 2017 but have rocketed to the top through the recruitment of midfielders Sam Gibson, 31, and Bryce Gibbs, 28, and two mature-age rookies.

It has lifted their average age as of round one next season to 24 years and 192 days, ahead of Hawthorn (24 and 179), Collingwood (24 and 98), Geelong (24 and 95) and Greater Western Sydney (24 and 16).

The Crows have a League average of three players over 30, but they lead the competition for players...


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AFL 2017 Media - Adelaide Crows Press Conference 191017

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 19: New Crows recruits Bryce Gibbs and Sam Gibson (right) pose for a photograph during an Adelaide Crows press conference at the Nixon Hotel on October 19, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Media)

Adelaide has backed experience in its quest to atone for this year's Grand Final defeat, assembling what will be the oldest list in the competition in 2018.

The Crows had the seventh oldest group in 2017 but have rocketed to the top through the recruitment of midfielders Sam Gibson, 31, and Bryce Gibbs, 28, and two mature-age rookies.

It has lifted their average age as of round one next season to 24 years and 192 days, ahead of Hawthorn (24 and 179), Collingwood (24 and 98), Geelong (24 and 95) and Greater Western Sydney (24 and 16).

The Crows have a League average of three players over 30, but they lead the competition for players...


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One of the ages

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AFL 2017 Media - Adelaide Crows Press Conference 191017

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 19: New Crows recruits Bryce Gibbs and Sam Gibson (right) pose for a photograph during an Adelaide Crows press conference at the Nixon Hotel on October 19, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Media)

Adelaide has backed experience in its quest to atone for this year's Grand Final defeat, assembling what will be the oldest list in the competition in 2018.

The Crows had the seventh oldest group in 2017 but have rocketed to the top through the recruitment of midfielders Sam Gibson, 31, and Bryce Gibbs, 28, and two mature-age rookies.

It has lifted their average age as of round one next season to 24 years and 192 days, ahead of Hawthorn (24 and 179), Collingwood (24 and 98), Geelong (24 and 95) and Greater Western Sydney (24 and 16).

The Crows have a League average of three players over 30, but they lead the competition for players...


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BCD: Another Crow expecting

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AFL 2017 Media - Adelaide Crows Arrive in Melbourne

It's been a big offseason for Crows Tom Lynch and Sam Jacobs

Adelaide ruckman Sam Jacobs and wife Izzy are expecting their first child.

‘Sauce’ announced the news on his Instagram account this week.

The couple is keeping the sex of baby Jacobs, due in May, as a surprise.

It follows the news Eddie Betts and wife Anna will welcome twins in April.

Eddie and Anna have two young sons, Lewis and Billy.

Sam and Izzy Jacobs with dogs Alfie and Billy (source Sam Jacobs on Instagram)

There has also been another engagement in Crows ranks.

Forward Josh Jenkins proposed to long-time partner Hannah over the break.

Jenkins, who is recovering from finger surgery, posted a photo joking that he and his new fiancé had a ‘ring each’.

Jenkins joins good friend and teammate Tom Lynch in popping the question this offseason.

Recruit Bryce Gibbs is also newly engaged after proposing to girlfriend Lauren...


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AFL 2017 Media - Adelaide Crows Arrive in Melbourne

It's been a big offseason for Crows Tom Lynch and Sam Jacobs

Adelaide ruckman Sam Jacobs and wife Izzy are expecting their first child.

‘Sauce’ announced the news on his Instagram account this week.

The couple is keeping the sex of baby Jacobs, due in May, as a surprise.

It follows the news Eddie Betts and wife Anna will welcome twins in April.

Eddie and Anna have two young sons, Lewis and Billy.

Sam and Izzy Jacobs with dogs Alfie and Billy (source Sam Jacobs on Instagram)

There has also been another engagement in Crows ranks.

Forward Josh Jenkins proposed to long-time partner Hannah over the break.

Jenkins, who is recovering from finger surgery, posted a photo joking that he and his new fiancé had a ‘ring each’.

Jenkins joins good friend and teammate Tom Lynch in popping the question this offseason.

Recruit Bryce Gibbs is also newly engaged after proposing to girlfriend Lauren...


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BCD: Another Crow expecting

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AFL 2017 Media - Adelaide Crows Arrive in Melbourne

It's been a big offseason for Crows Tom Lynch and Sam Jacobs

Adelaide ruckman Sam Jacobs and wife Izzy are expecting their first child.

‘Sauce’ announced the news on his Instagram account this week.

The couple is keeping the sex of baby Jacobs, due in May, as a surprise.

It follows the news Eddie Betts and wife Anna will welcome twins in April.

Eddie and Anna have two young sons, Lewis and Billy.

Sam and Izzy Jacobs with dogs Alfie and Billy (source Sam Jacobs on Instagram)

There has also been another engagement in Crows ranks.

Forward Josh Jenkins proposed to long-time partner Hannah over the break.

Jenkins, who is recovering from finger surgery, posted a photo joking that he and his new fiancé had a ‘ring each’.

Jenkins joins good friend and teammate Tom Lynch in popping the question this offseason.

Recruit Bryce Gibbs is also newly engaged after proposing to girlfriend Lauren...


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Time out sparks Wilson

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Rookie Selection: Patrick Wilson Check out the highlights of our rookie selection, Patrick Wilson

Just two years after taking a season off football, Patrick Wilson is an Adelaide Crow.

A breakout season for Sturt, which included a premiership and selection in the SANFL Team of the Year, saw the 22-year-old midfielder taken by the Crows with pick No.17 in the NAB AFL Rookie Draft.

Wilson was on his way to train with the Double Blues on Monday when he first heard the news from Crows National Recruiting Manager Hamish Ogilvie.

“I was getting ready for one of my teammates to come around, because we carpool to training,” Wilson said.

“I thought the draft was starting at five o’clock Adelaide-time, so I was waiting until five.

“Then I got the call from Hamish in the car saying that I was joining the Crows and I was in shock.”

.@SturtFC midfielder Patrick Wilson is now a Crow after...


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Rookie Selection: Patrick Wilson Check out the highlights of our rookie selection, Patrick Wilson

Just two years after taking a season off football, Patrick Wilson is an Adelaide Crow.

A breakout season for Sturt, which included a premiership and selection in the SANFL Team of the Year, saw the 22-year-old midfielder taken by the Crows with pick No.17 in the NAB AFL Rookie Draft.

Wilson was on his way to train with the Double Blues on Monday when he first heard the news from Crows National Recruiting Manager Hamish Ogilvie.

“I was getting ready for one of my teammates to come around, because we carpool to training,” Wilson said.

“I thought the draft was starting at five o’clock Adelaide-time, so I was waiting until five.

“Then I got the call from Hamish in the car saying that I was joining the Crows and I was in shock.”

.@SturtFC midfielder Patrick Wilson is now a Crow after...


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Time out sparks Wilson

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Rookie Selection: Patrick Wilson Check out the highlights of our rookie selection, Patrick Wilson

Just two years after taking a season off football, Patrick Wilson is an Adelaide Crow.

A breakout season for Sturt, which included a premiership and selection in the SANFL Team of the Year, saw the 22-year-old midfielder taken by the Crows with pick No.17 in the NAB AFL Rookie Draft.

Wilson was on his way to train with the Double Blues on Monday when he first heard the news from Crows National Recruiting Manager Hamish Ogilvie.

“I was getting ready for one of my teammates to come around, because we carpool to training,” Wilson said.

“I thought the draft was starting at five o’clock Adelaide-time, so I was waiting until five.

“Then I got the call from Hamish in the car saying that I was joining the Crows and I was in shock.”

.@SturtFC midfielder Patrick Wilson is now a Crow after...


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AFLW inspires record numbers

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AFLW 2017 Grand Final - Photographers Choice

Females now make up 30 per cent of participation numbers after the introduction of the NAB AFL Women's competition this year

The AFL has announced record participation of Australian Football across all levels, with more than 1.5 million people playing the game.

A total of 1,547,915 participated in 2017, a 10 per cent increase on the previous year. 

Females made up 30 per cent of that number after the introduction of the NAB AFL Women's competition this year. 

As a point of comparison, cricket had 1.4 million participants, of which 27 per cent were women.

AFL game development manager Andrew Dillon told reporters at Maribyrnong Secondary College on Thursday the aim was to have males and females playing football in equal numbers.

"It is a goal. I think it's a couple of years away but I know anecdotally, I was in Byron Bay for the diversity championships earlier this year and the Byron...


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AFLW 2017 Grand Final - Photographers Choice

Females now make up 30 per cent of participation numbers after the introduction of the NAB AFL Women's competition this year

The AFL has announced record participation of Australian Football across all levels, with more than 1.5 million people playing the game.

A total of 1,547,915 participated in 2017, a 10 per cent increase on the previous year. 

Females made up 30 per cent of that number after the introduction of the NAB AFL Women's competition this year. 

As a point of comparison, cricket had 1.4 million participants, of which 27 per cent were women.

AFL game development manager Andrew Dillon told reporters at Maribyrnong Secondary College on Thursday the aim was to have males and females playing football in equal numbers.

"It is a goal. I think it's a couple of years away but I know anecdotally, I was in Byron Bay for the diversity championships earlier this year and the Byron...


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AFLW inspires record numbers

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AFLW 2017 Grand Final - Photographers Choice

Females now make up 30 per cent of participation numbers after the introduction of the NAB AFL Women's competition this year

The AFL has announced record participation of Australian Football across all levels, with more than 1.5 million people playing the game.

A total of 1,547,915 participated in 2017, a 10 per cent increase on the previous year. 

Females made up 30 per cent of that number after the introduction of the NAB AFL Women's competition this year. 

As a point of comparison, cricket had 1.4 million participants, of which 27 per cent were women.

AFL game development manager Andrew Dillon told reporters at Maribyrnong Secondary College on Thursday the aim was to have males and females playing football in equal numbers.

"It is a goal. I think it's a couple of years away but I know anecdotally, I was in Byron Bay for the diversity championships earlier this year and the Byron...


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Murphy takes his chance

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Rookie Selection: Lachlan Murphy See the highlights from our rookie selection, Lachlan Murphy

A ‘five-percent chance’ of being rookie-listed was enough for Crows SANFL development player Lachie Murphy to cling to, as he embarked on a grueling offseason program. 

Murphy, 18, played every game for Adelaide’s SANFL team this year, claiming the coveted Dean Bailey Award and finishing fourth in the State League Club Champion count.

The skilful defender’s standout season impressed the Crows, but National Recruiting Manager Hamish Ogilvie still wanted to see more.

“Hamish gave me a call at the end of the season and said, ‘Come back fitter, lose some weight, drop some skinfolds and, ultimately, run a better 2km time trial,’” Murphy said.

“I trained pretty hard over those six weeks and came back in relatively good shape, and it was enough for them to know that I was committed and wanted...


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Rookie Selection: Lachlan Murphy See the highlights from our rookie selection, Lachlan Murphy

A ‘five-percent chance’ of being rookie-listed was enough for Crows SANFL development player Lachie Murphy to cling to, as he embarked on a grueling offseason program. 

Murphy, 18, played every game for Adelaide’s SANFL team this year, claiming the coveted Dean Bailey Award and finishing fourth in the State League Club Champion count.

The skilful defender’s standout season impressed the Crows, but National Recruiting Manager Hamish Ogilvie still wanted to see more.

“Hamish gave me a call at the end of the season and said, ‘Come back fitter, lose some weight, drop some skinfolds and, ultimately, run a better 2km time trial,’” Murphy said.

“I trained pretty hard over those six weeks and came back in relatively good shape, and it was enough for them to know that I was committed and wanted...


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Murphy takes his chance

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Rookie Selection: Lachlan Murphy See the highlights from our rookie selection, Lachlan Murphy

A ‘five-percent chance’ of being rookie-listed was enough for Crows SANFL development player Lachie Murphy to cling to, as he embarked on a grueling offseason program. 

Murphy, 18, played every game for Adelaide’s SANFL team this year, claiming the coveted Dean Bailey Award and finishing fourth in the State League Club Champion count.

The skilful defender’s standout season impressed the Crows, but National Recruiting Manager Hamish Ogilvie still wanted to see more.

“Hamish gave me a call at the end of the season and said, ‘Come back fitter, lose some weight, drop some skinfolds and, ultimately, run a better 2km time trial,’” Murphy said.

“I trained pretty hard over those six weeks and came back in relatively good shape, and it was enough for them to know that I was committed and wanted...


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