Port Adelaide Unveiled

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Power To Win - Club Symbols and Identity - Guernseys
... On 1 November 2006, Reebok replaced Nike as Port Adelaide's official apparel partner and manufacturer of the club's guernseys ... Vodafone signage appears on Port's home guernsey on the back and on the front in away games on the away and clash guernseys ... The Port Adelaide Football Club was founded on 20 April 1870 and played its first match on 24 May 1870 at what was known as Bucks Flat at Glanville ...
Gavin Wanganeen Medal - Club Symbols and Identity - Guernseys
... On 1 November 2006, Reebok replaced Nike as Port Adelaide's official apparel partner and manufacturer of the club's guernseys ... Vodafone signage appears on Port's home guernsey on the back and on the front in away games on the away and clash guernseys ... The Port Adelaide Football Club was founded on 20 April 1870 and played its first match on 24 May 1870 at what was known as Bucks Flat at Glanville ...
Brisbane Lions - History - Finals Misses: 2005–2008
... On 30 June 2007, Brisbane faced Port Adelaide and led by seven points at quarter time before being overrun in the second, the Power kicking seven goals to two to led by 19 points ... A minute later a 50-metre penalty gifted Port Adelaide's Brett Ebert a goal and managed to hold on for a seven point win ... the Lions managed a record breaking comeback against Port Adelaide after turning around a 47-point deficit half way through the third quarter, to come out winners by 20 points by the final ...

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