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The SANFL this year recorded the fewest guilty pleas offered in the four-year existence of the Incident Review Panel.

SANFL crowds are on the rise, with more than a quarter of a million South Australians filing through the turnstiles in season 2014.

Central District utility Tim McIntyre has made a shock departure from Elizabeth, choosing to play for Warrnambool next season.

The return of SANFL football to commercial television has been a significant success, with Channel 7’s broadcast delivering a huge ratings spike in 2014.

Highly-regarded SANFL umpire Curtis Deboy will continue to press his claims for elevation at the inaugural AFL Umpiring Combine in Melbourne this week.

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Only two of the 16 SANFL players invited to this year’s AFL Combine will be sidelined by injury.

South Adelaide will undertake a management restructure, resulting in the resignation of chief executive Evan Arnold.

The SANFL’s Zac Milbank has compiled all of the results from this year’s club Best-and-Fairest counts.

All SANFL coaches are poised to remain in place for season 2015, in stark contrast to last year’s merry-go-round which saw seven new mentors appointed.

Norwood’s premiership heroes have unveiled the red and blue colours at the West End Brewery for the third year in succession after a rousing ceremony at Thebarton on Tuesday.

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