South Australian Football Hall of Fame


South Australian Football Hall of Fame

The South Australian Football Hall of Fame was created in 2002 to recognise the players, coaches, umpires, administrators and journalists who had made a significant contribution in the SANFL. A player must have been retired from football for at least three years in order to be eligible.

2002

114 inductees
* John Abley
* John Acraman
* Brenton Adcock
* Merv Agars
* Michael Aish
* Ken Aplin
* Paul Bagshaw
* Alby Bahr
* Barrie Barbary
* Fred Bills
* Malcolm Blight
* Dave Boyd
* Don Brebner
* Haydn Bunton, Jr
* John Cahill
* Peter Carey
* Colin Churchett
* Allan Crabb
* Neil Craig
* Graham Cornes
* John Daly
* Tony Daly
* Peter Darley
* Neil Davies
* Rick Davies
* Robert Day
* Les Dayman
* Jim Deane
* Murray Ducker
* Russell Ebert
* Ken Eustice
* Tim Evans
* Brian Faehse
* Ken Farmer
* Grantley Fielke
* Len Fitzgerald
* Des Foster
* Percy Fuhler
* Don Gilbourne
* Frank Golding
* Michael Graham
* John Halbert
* Bob Hammond
* Jim Handby
* Bob Hank
* Neville Hayes
* Lindsay Head
* Richard Head
* Ned Hender
* Thomas Hill
* Kym Hodgeman
* Sampson Hosking
* Laurie Jervis
* George Johnston
* Neil Kerley
* Stephen Kernahan
* Ron Kneebone
* Ray Kutcher
* Tom Leahy
* Bob Lee
* Percy Lewis
* Alick Lill
* Don Lindner
* Tom MacKenzie
* Peter Marker
* Frank Marlow
* John Marriott
* Chris McDermott
* Bruce McGregor
* Tony McGuinness
* Ian McKay
* Bob McLean
* Peter Mead
* Mark Mickan
* Hugh Millard
* Dan Moriarty
* Geof Motley
* Max Murdy
* Mark Naley
* Michael Nunan
* Jack Oatey
* Robert Oatey
* Doug Olds
* Harold Oliver
* Jack Owens
* Dennis Phillis
* Greg Phillips
* Ron Phillips
* John Platten
* Jeff Potter
* Bob Quinn
* John Quinn
* Michael Redden
* Dinny Reedman
* Colin Richens
* Don Roach
* Barrie Robran
* Rick Schoff
* Gordon Schwartz
* Walter Scott
* Ralph Sewer
* Bob Shearman
* Bernie Smith
* Laurie Sweeney
* Michael Taylor
* Jack Tredrea
* Frank Tully
* Topsy Waldron
* Bill Wedding
* Paul Weston
* Ted Whelan
* Syd White
* Fos Williams
* John Woods

2003

10 inductees
* Max Basheer
* Jack Cockburn
* Norm Grimm
* Ray Huppatz
* David Marshall
* Jeff Pash
* Vic Richardson
* Alton Smith
* Colin Smith
* Mark Williams

2004

10 inductees
* Wayne Jackson
* Vic Johnson
* Tony Kenny
* Bruce Lindsay
* Bo Morton
* Wayne Miller
* Sandy Nelson
* Rodney Pope
* Bull Reval
* Allan Roberts

2005

8 inductees
* Laurie Argent
* Brian Cunningham
* Don Gilbourne
* Peter Kitschke
* Andrew Rogers
* Cliff Semmler
* Clayton Thompson
* Gary Window

2006

8 inductees
* Craig Bradley
* John Forrester
* Darren Jarman
* Rick Kinnear
* John Lynch
* Shaun Rehn
* Nevile Roberts
* Robert Simunsen

2007

10 inductees
* Bruce Abernethy
* Mark Bickley
* Jeff Bray
* Ian Day
* Max Hall
* Scott Hodges
* Andrew Jarman
* Andrew McKay
* Kevin McSporran
* John Taylor

2008

5 inductees
* Geoff Kingston
* Nigel Smart
* Doug Thomas
* Keith Thomas
* Peter Woite

ee also

*Australian Football Hall of Fame
*West Australian Football Hall of Fame

References

* [http://www.sanfl.com.au/season_07/awards/hall_of_fame/ Official SANFL website]


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