Port Adelaide Magpies


Port Adelaide Magpies

Infobox australian football club
clubname = Port Adelaide Magpies Football Club


fullname = Port Adelaide Magpies Football Club
nicknames = The Magpies
season = 2007
position = 6th
topgoalkicker = Brett LeCras
bestandfairest = Jeremy Clayton
founded = 1997
colors = Black and White
league = South Australian National Football League
chairman = Robert Cope
coach = Tim Ginever
captain = Mark Clayton
ground = Alberton Oval
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capacity = 15,000
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url = [http://www.portmagpies.com.au www.portmagpies.com.au]
The Port Adelaide Magpies Football Club - "the Magpies" - was founded in 1997 to replace the original Port Adelaide Football Club that also shared the nickname "magpies". Since inception, the Port Adelaide Magpies Football Club has won 2 premierships.http://www.portmagpies.com.au/about.php]

Club History

The members of the previous PAFC voted on a new name and entity for a club that would represent Port Adelaide in the SANFL. The name selected was "Port Adelaide Magpies Football Club". Rather than re-register the club, the SANFL simply continued the registration of this club as an ongoing entity. The PAMFC would therefore be able share the statistacal history of the PAFC from 1870 to 1996 even though though they are different clubs (similar to the Cleveland Browns in the NFL).

Stephen Williams was appointed coach of the Port Adelaide Magpies Football Club when John Cahill stepped aside mid-season in 1996 to concentrate solely on his job as coach of the Port Adelaide Football Club that had joined the AFL. In keeping with tradition, Steven guided the club to three more premierships (1 in 1996 as the previous PAFC + 2 with the PAMFC) before announcing his resignation at the end of the 2003 season. In 2003 Brett Ebert created history by becoming the first son of a Magarey Medallist to also claim the coveted award.

2005 saw club legend John Cahill return to coach the Magpies for 1 year, leading the Club to finish in 3rd position and really set the Club up for an exciting and successful future once again. Recruit Jeremy Clayton dominated the competition until a devastating ruptured spleen in the Qualifying Final victory over the Eagles ended his season and meant that he had to watch from his hospital bed as he took out the 2005 Magarey Medal. In 2006 Tim Ginever, who was Cahill’s assistant in 2005, took over the reins as senior coach together with the appointment of Mark Clayton as the new Club Captain.

Premierships

*1998
*1999
*Total: 2 (equal with the woodbille west torrens as the least premriships)

Magarey Medals

The club has won three Magarey Medals as the PAMFC (for previous examples, see Magarey Medal winners from the Port Adelaide Football Club)

*2001 - Tony Brown and Ryan O'Connor (tied)
*2003 - Brett Ebert
*2005 - Jeremy Clayton

Records

*Most Goals: 1044 by Tim Evans (1975-86)
*Most Goals in a Season: 153 by Scott Hodges (1990)
*Most Years as Coach: 21 by Fos Williams (1950-58,1962-73)
*Most Years as Captain: 9 by Fos Williams (1950-58)

The Club's "Greatest Team" (1870-2000)

In June 2001, a five man panel composed of Bob Quinn, Fos Williams, Dave Boyd, Russell Ebert and Greg Phillips was given the task of announcing the "Greatest Team" composed of Port Adelaide Magpies players between 1870-2000.

There are 201 premiership medals held by the 22 players in the Greatest Team; 532 State games; 16 Magarey Medals and a long list of football accolades and achievements. [http://prod.www.portadelaidefc.cfour.com.au/Default.aspx?tabid=7955]

The "Greatest Team":

* F: Scott Hodges, Tim Evans, Bob Quinn

* HF: Dave Boyd, Les Dayman, Harold Oliver

* C: Craig Bradley, Russell Ebert, John Cahill

* HB: Neville Hayes, Greg Phillips, Geof Motley

* B: Dick Russell, John Abley, Ted Whelan

* Foll: Russell Johnston, "Bull" Reval, Fos Williams

* Int: Harry Phillips, Jeff Potter, Peter Woite, Lloyd Zucker

* Coach: Fos Williams

Coaches and Current 2007 playing list

Coaches Past & Present:

Stephen Williams (1997-2003), Matthew Knights (2004), John Cahill (2005) and Tim Ginever (2006-08)

Player List as of the start of the SANFL 2008 season: [http://www.portmagpies.com.au/leaguelist.php]

Affiliated Adelaide Crows and Port Adelaide Power players

The following Adelaide Crows and Port players originally played for the Port Adelaide Magpies:

Adelaide Crows:

* Ivan Maric
* Scott Stevens
* Scott Thompson
* Andrew Mcleod
* Graham Johncock

Port Adelaide Power:

* Warren Tredrea (is currently on the Magpies Players List)
* Peter Burgoyne
* Shaun Burgoyne
* Brett Ebert
* Jacob Surjan
* Nathan Krakouer

League positions

Port Adelaide

Port Adelaide results whilst in SANFL. [http://footysa.com/index.php?title=SANFL_League_Ladders]

Port Adelaide Magpies


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