An amazing season of C grade football. Premierships go to; Adelaide University, Henley, Flinders Park, Adelaide University, Lockleys, Marion and St Peter’s Old Collegians
By James Davies
Adelaide University have gone back to back in C1 after beating Goodwood Saints
by five-points. The game nearly ended in a draw as Goodwood missed a set sho
just before the final siren which would have seen the game finish 72 to 72.  Liam Robinson and Matt Stewart combined well up forward for Adelaide University kicking three goals each while, Andrew Good and Paul Rosa kicked two each for Goodwood.
Adelaide University: 11.6-72 to Goodwood Saints: 9.13-67

Henley have ended the season as premiers after beating Sacred Heart OC by 37-points. Henley led all game with Daniel Wilksch, Francesco Varricchio and Brandyn Galletti all kicking two goals for Henley. Sacred Heart showed good fight throughout the game after finishing fifth on the ladder, Michael Kocman kicked three goals for Sacred Heart.
Henley: 10.7-67 to Sacred Heart OC: 4.6-30

Flinders Park are again premiers of C3 after beating Plympton by seven-points. Plympton trailed all day but showed good determination with a 20-point last quarter while keeping Flinders Park to seven points. Flinders Park managed to hold on and come out on top and finish the season as premiers.  Flinders Park: 7.9-51 to Plympton: 6.8-44

Adelaide University have gone through the season undefeated after beating Pembroke OS by 27-points. Adelaide University lead all game and managed to keep Pembroke scoreless in the third quarter while kicking 1.3 themselves. Adelaide University: 7.10-52 to Pembroke OS: 4.1-25

Lockleys end the season both minor premiers and premiers after beating Salisbury by 76-points. The game was close early with Lockleys only leading by 12-points at the half before kicking seven goals in the third quarter. Matt Ransom and Stavros Gatis dominating up forward for Lockleys kicking five goals each.  Lockleys: 16.8-104 to Salisbury: 4.4-28


Marion recorded an upset victory over Minor Premiers, Adelaide University recording
a seven-point victory. Adelaide University led until the last quarter with, Marion
kicking two goals to Adelaide University’s two behinds to take end the game on top.

Adelaide University: 5.3-33 to Marion: 6.3-39


St Peter’s OC beat Minor Premiers Golden Grove by 45-points to end the season as premiers. St Peter’s OC lead for a majority of the day with their mix of youth and experience proving too much for Golden Grove. St Peter’s OC: 11.8-74 to Golden Grove: 4.5-29
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