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List Of Magarey Medallists
... The Magarey Medal is awarded every year to the "Fairest and Most Brilliant" player in the South Australian National Football League ... list of the winners 1898 – Alby Green (Norwood) 1899 – Stan Malin (Port Adelaide) 1900 – not awarded 1901 – Phil Sandland (North Adelaide) 1902 – Tom MacKenzie (West Torrens) 1903 – Hendrick 'Taffy' Waye ...
South Gawler Football Club - SANFL League Footballers
... Jimmy Fitzgerald - Gawler Fred May - South Adelaide Toby Arthur - South Adelaide Sid Coles - North Adelaide Doug Thomson - Sturt Tom Doherty - South Adelaide Tom Woods - North Adelaide Fred Rusby ... Titus - Norwood Wally Ayling - North Adelaide Perce Crump - South Adelaide, Norwood Howard Abbott - Port Adelaide Ron May - North Adelaide Arthur Lamb - North Adelaide Jim ...
South Gawler Football Club - Expatriate SANFL League Footballers
... West Torrens Kevin Webber - Central District Alf Skuse - South Adelaide Mick Daly - Central District Lyndon Fairclough - Central District Ken Russell ...
Alfred Ryan - Football
... Ryan was one of five brothers who played at South Adelaide during the 1920s and 1930s ... Debuting in 1922, he was used initially as a key forward and topped South Adelaide's goal-kicking every season from 1924 to 1927, with over 50 goals on each ... A South Adelaide 'Best and fairest' winner in 1924 and 1928, Ryan finished his career as a rover ...
South Adelaide Basketball Club
... South Adelaide Basketball Club was formed in 1948 ... one of the founding clubs of basketball in South Australia ... Arguably the most famous South Adelaide player was Adelaide 36ers and National Basketball League legend Mark Davis ...

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    There are two places in the world where men can most effectively disappear—the city of London and the South Seas.
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)