1984 SANFL Grand Final

The 1984 SANFL Grand Final was an Australian rules football competition. Norwood beat Port Adelaide beat by 100 to 91.[1]

1984 SANFL Grand Final
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Port Adelaide
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Norwood
13.13 (91) 15.10 (100)
1 2 3 4
PTA 1.2 (8) 8.7 (55) 11.11 (77) 13.13 (91)
NOR 4.3 (27) 9.5 (59) 11.8 (74) 15.10 (100)
DateSunday, 30 September (2:10 pm)
StadiumFootball Park
Attendance50,271
← 1983 1985 →

Norwood won their 26th SANFL premiership, their second under coach Neil Balme. The Redlegs created history by becoming the first team that finished fifth at the end of the home-and-away season to win the SANFL premiership.[2]

The gameEdit

The match was played in front of a sell-out crowd in fine conditions.

Norwood Premiership TeamEdit

Norwood
B: 22 Bruce Winter 6 Craig Balme 10 Lester Ross, Jr.
HB: 47 Andrew Jarvis 44 Tom Warhurst, Jr. 21 Justin Scanlon (dvc)
C: 11 Phil Gallagher 14 Garry McIntosh 25 Duncan Fosdike
HF: 52 David Payne 31 Jim Michalanney 41 Glen Vardenaga
F: 2 Greg Thomas 15 Peter Laughlin 9 Neville Roberts
Foll: 37 John Hall 8 Michael Aish (vc) 7 Keith Thomas
Res: 5 Neil Hein 3 Danny Jenkins (c)
Coach: Neil Balme

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Australian Football - SANFL Season 1984". australianfootball.com. Archived from the original on 2 April 2015. Retrieved 7 March 2015.
  2. ^ Partland, Warren (1 October 2013). "SANFL grand final history on Football Park stretches back to 1974". The Advertiser.

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