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HOME SWEET HOME FOR REDLEGS

Norwood coach Steve Symonds is looking to build a home ground advantage when the 2017 SANFL Statewide Super Women’s League begins on February 17. Symonds – who has previously been a Reserves mentor at Sturt, Glenelg and West – is

STURT STORM HOME

Sturt has run over the top of South Adelaide to win the Qualifying Final by 27 points at the Adelaide Oval on Saturday.

EAGLES PLAN PARTY FOR HOME FINALE

It’s party time for the Eagles on Sunday when they host Glenelg for their final home match at Maughan Thiem Hyundai Oval.

WINGARD, KNIGHT TO HEAD HOME

Two of South Australia’s most exciting AFL stars will return to their roots for the 2016 Australia Post Community Camps in Murray Bridge and Clare.

GORE HEADS HOME TO ADELAIDE

Sturt-bred midfielder Dean Gore is on his way back to South Australia after being traded from Geelong to Adelaide on Monday.

CLASSY CALLINAN HEADS HOME

One of the SANFL’s most skilful players, Ian Callinan, has called time on his South Australian career after choosing to live in Tasmania next year.

SANFL CLUBS GO HOME GROWN

Sturt and Woodville-West Torrens are leading the way when it comes to using home grown talent, according to SANFL statistics.

FERGY FINDS HIS HOME

Ryan Ferguson considered heading back to Melbourne last summer.

2017 AFL NATIONAL INCLUSION CARNIVAL

South Australia is gearing up for the AFL National Inclusion Carnival to be held on the Gold Coast from July 24 to 30. To be coached by Don Miranda, the Croweaters will tackle teams from all of the other States

2017 NEXT STEP PROGRAM

SANFL is gearing up for the 2017 Next Step Program to be held at Adelaide Oval in the October School Holidays. Designed to cater for children aged from 5 to 14, the Next Step Program provides budding young footballers with

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