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Beginnings: Adelaide Football Club, nicknamed The Crows, are an Australian rules football club playing in the Australian Football League, reigning from Adelaide, South Australia. EST 1990

Records:
  • * Highest score: 30.8 (188) against Essendon at AAMI Stadium on 2 June, 2006
  • * Longest winning streak: 10 games (Rounds 13–22, 2005)
  • * Longest losing streak: 10 games (Round 18 1999 to Round 5 2000)
  • * Largest home attendance: 51,140 against Port Adelaide at AAMI Stadium on 26 April 2003
  • * Largest attendance: 99,645 against St. Kilda at the Melbourne Cricket Ground – 1997 Grand Final
  • * Most Goals in a Game: Tony Modra 13 goals vs Richmond (1993), Tony Modra 13 goals vs Carlton (1994)
  • * Largest Winning Margin: 139 points – Round 16, 1993 v Richmond at Football Park
  • * Largest Losing Margin: 141 points – Round 17, 2004 v Brisbane at Gabba
Full Ladder Team P W L D FOR AGNST % PTS
5 Adelaide 22 16 6 0 2483 1795 138.3 64

Rookie Draft Wrap

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AFL 2017 U18 Championships - Vic M v SA

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 30: Jackson Edwards of South Australia in action during the 2017 AFL Under 18 Championships match between Vic Metro and South Australia at Etihad Stadium on June 30, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media)

Adelaide wrapped up a “positive” trade and draft period with four selections in Monday’s AFL Rookie Draft.

The Club secured father-son selection Jackson Edwards and provided opportunities to two standout SANFL performers, Sturt premiership star Patrick Wilson and Crows development player Lachie Murphy.

Wilson was recruited with Adelaide’s first pick (No.17) in the Rookie Draft.

The 22-year-old was named in the SANFL team of the year after a strong season in the midfield. He averaged 20 disposals, six tackles, five clearances and nearly a goal a game.

The 188cm, 88kg, contested ball winner has also played in defence and on the...


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AFL 2017 U18 Championships - Vic M v SA

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 30: Jackson Edwards of South Australia in action during the 2017 AFL Under 18 Championships match between Vic Metro and South Australia at Etihad Stadium on June 30, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media)

Adelaide wrapped up a “positive” trade and draft period with four selections in Monday’s AFL Rookie Draft.

The Club secured father-son selection Jackson Edwards and provided opportunities to two standout SANFL performers, Sturt premiership star Patrick Wilson and Crows development player Lachie Murphy.

Wilson was recruited with Adelaide’s first pick (No.17) in the Rookie Draft.

The 22-year-old was named in the SANFL team of the year after a strong season in the midfield. He averaged 20 disposals, six tackles, five clearances and nearly a goal a game.

The 188cm, 88kg, contested ball winner has also played in defence and on the...


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Rookie Draft Wrap

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AFL 2017 U18 Championships - Vic M v SA

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 30: Jackson Edwards of South Australia in action during the 2017 AFL Under 18 Championships match between Vic Metro and South Australia at Etihad Stadium on June 30, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media)

Adelaide wrapped up a “positive” trade and draft period with four selections in Monday’s AFL Rookie Draft.

The Club secured father-son selection Jackson Edwards and provided opportunities to two standout SANFL performers, Sturt premiership star Patrick Wilson and Crows development player Lachie Murphy.

Wilson was recruited with Adelaide’s first pick (No.17) in the Rookie Draft.

The 22-year-old was named in the SANFL team of the year after a strong season in the midfield. He averaged 20 disposals, six tackles, five clearances and nearly a goal a game.

The 188cm, 88kg, contested ball winner has also played in defence and on the...


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Rookie pick 41: Jackson Edwards

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AFL 2017 U18 Championships - Vic C v SA

GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - JULY 05: Jackson Edwards of South Australia in action during the 2017 AFL Under 18 Championships match between Vic Country and South Australia at Simonds Stadium on July 05, 2017 in Geelong, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Media)

Jackson Edwards
Height: 185cm
Weight: 75kg
Position: Midfielder
DOB: 11/10/99
From: Glenelg

BIO: Son of Adelaide champion Tyson, Edwards is a composed midfielder who accumulates possessions and uses the ball well. The left-footer represented South Australia at the NAB AFL Under-18 Championships, averaging a team-high 24 disposals across the carnival, and played senior football for SANFL club Glenelg. Renowned for his professionalism, Edwards trained with the Crows and also lined up in the Club’s trial game against Greater Western Sydney in Preliminary Final week. He becomes Adelaide’s second father-son selection behind cousin Ben...


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AFL 2017 U18 Championships - Vic C v SA

GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - JULY 05: Jackson Edwards of South Australia in action during the 2017 AFL Under 18 Championships match between Vic Country and South Australia at Simonds Stadium on July 05, 2017 in Geelong, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Media)

Jackson Edwards
Height: 185cm
Weight: 75kg
Position: Midfielder
DOB: 11/10/99
From: Glenelg

BIO: Son of Adelaide champion Tyson, Edwards is a composed midfielder who accumulates possessions and uses the ball well. The left-footer represented South Australia at the NAB AFL Under-18 Championships, averaging a team-high 24 disposals across the carnival, and played senior football for SANFL club Glenelg. Renowned for his professionalism, Edwards trained with the Crows and also lined up in the Club’s trial game against Greater Western Sydney in Preliminary Final week. He becomes Adelaide’s second father-son selection behind cousin Ben...


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Rookie pick 41: Jackson Edwards

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AFL 2017 U18 Championships - Vic C v SA

GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - JULY 05: Jackson Edwards of South Australia in action during the 2017 AFL Under 18 Championships match between Vic Country and South Australia at Simonds Stadium on July 05, 2017 in Geelong, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Media)

Jackson Edwards
Height: 185cm
Weight: 75kg
Position: Midfielder
DOB: 11/10/99
From: Glenelg

BIO: Son of Adelaide champion Tyson, Edwards is a composed midfielder who accumulates possessions and uses the ball well. The left-footer represented South Australia at the NAB AFL Under-18 Championships, averaging a team-high 24 disposals across the carnival, and played senior football for SANFL club Glenelg. Renowned for his professionalism, Edwards trained with the Crows and also lined up in the Club’s trial game against Greater Western Sydney in Preliminary Final week. He becomes Adelaide’s second father-son selection behind cousin Ben...


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AFLW: Crows claim Team of the Year

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AFLW 2017 Rd 01 - Adelaide v GWS Giants

The Crows were named Team of the Year and Bec Goddard Coach of the Year at the SA Sports Star of the Year Awards

The Crows AFLW team has capped off a history-making 12 months by being named the Team of the Year at the South Australian Sports Star of the Year Awards at Adelaide Oval on Friday night.

Senior Coach Bec Goddard was also named Coach of the Year at the gala event, recognition of the contribution she made to the success of the team in its inaugural season.

Co-captain Erin Phillips was a finalist in the Sports Star of the Year category, with the award going to marathon runner Jess Trengove.

The accolades are further acknowledgement of the impact the Crows AFLW team has had since being awarded a licence for the new national competition last year.

The Crows had five wins from seven home-and-away matches in the inaugural season and then went on to score a historic six-point win...


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AFLW 2017 Rd 01 - Adelaide v GWS Giants

The Crows were named Team of the Year and Bec Goddard Coach of the Year at the SA Sports Star of the Year Awards

The Crows AFLW team has capped off a history-making 12 months by being named the Team of the Year at the South Australian Sports Star of the Year Awards at Adelaide Oval on Friday night.

Senior Coach Bec Goddard was also named Coach of the Year at the gala event, recognition of the contribution she made to the success of the team in its inaugural season.

Co-captain Erin Phillips was a finalist in the Sports Star of the Year category, with the award going to marathon runner Jess Trengove.

The accolades are further acknowledgement of the impact the Crows AFLW team has had since being awarded a licence for the new national competition last year.

The Crows had five wins from seven home-and-away matches in the inaugural season and then went on to score a historic six-point win...


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AFLW: Crows claim Team of the Year

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AFLW 2017 Rd 01 - Adelaide v GWS Giants

The Crows were named Team of the Year and Bec Goddard Coach of the Year at the SA Sports Star of the Year Awards

The Crows AFLW team has capped off a history-making 12 months by being named the Team of the Year at the South Australian Sports Star of the Year Awards at Adelaide Oval on Friday night.

Senior Coach Bec Goddard was also named Coach of the Year at the gala event, recognition of the contribution she made to the success of the team in its inaugural season.

Co-captain Erin Phillips was a finalist in the Sports Star of the Year category, with the award going to marathon runner Jess Trengove.

The accolades are further acknowledgement of the impact the Crows AFLW team has had since being awarded a licence for the new national competition last year.

The Crows had five wins from seven home-and-away matches in the inaugural season and then went on to score a historic six-point win...


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Top 2018 draft prospects

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AFL 2017 U18 Championships - Vic C v SA

South Australian Jack Lukosius is a highly-rated 2018 draft prospect

The show rolls on for clubs and recruiters, who will quickly turn their attention to the 2018 pool of draft prospects.

We're going to do the same. If you're already looking forward to studying the under-18 landscape next year, here are 10 prospects worth following.

Jack Lukosius
Key forward
194cm/82kg
Woodville-West Torrens/South Australia
9/8/2000

Lukosius showed why many consider him the early favourite to be next year's No.1 pick when he kicked four goals in his SANFL debut for Woodville-West Torrens in a preliminary final earlier this year. It was a performance that showed why so many are excited about him: he's tall, athletic, smart on the lead and a beautiful, long kick. He also had a standout game for South Australia against the Allies during the under-18 carnival. 

Sam Walsh
Midfielder
182cm/70kg
Geelong...


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Dream draft for McPherson

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AFL 2017 Media - AFL Academy v Northern Blues

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 15: Andrew McPherson in action during the AFL Academy v Northern Blues match at Etihad Stadium in Melbourne, Australia on April 15, 2017. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Media)

Draft night couldn’t have panned out much better for Andrew McPherson.

Selected by Adelaide, McPherson not only stayed in South Australia but joined a club five minutes from his family home in the western suburbs.

Being drafted alongside mate and joint SA Under-18 vice-captain Darcy Fogarty was the cherry on top.

Watching the NAB AFL Draft on TV with parents Simon and Elsa and brother Will, McPherson couldn’t believe his luck when his name was read out by the Crows at pick No.40.

“For a few seconds I don’t think anyone really knew what had happened. It was a bit surreal, but then there was plenty of noise,” McPherson said.

“Mum was screaming her head off and everyone was pretty...


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Tomorrow's Heroes: Darcy Fogarty

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AFL 2017 Media - AFL Draft Media Opportunity 221117

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 22: Darcy Fogarty poses for a portrait during an AFL Draft media opportunity at Sydney SKYWALK on November 22, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Zak Kaczmarek/Getty Images/AFL Media)

Darcy Fogarty was 15 when he played his first game of senior football for Lucindale, a small town of 400 people about four hours out of Adelaide.

That experience has gone on to serve him well. Earlier this year, the tough and combative forward/midfielder made his SANFL senior debut for Glenelg, and it was one of his best performances of the season.

Fogarty is one of the most interesting players in this year's draft pool. He began the season ranked highly, but could never really get his form going and he struggled throughout the under-18 championships for his state. 

Thrown around in a few positions to try to stir some confidence, eventually his season ended in July after...


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Ogilvie surprised by 'sliders'

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Draft Wrap: Hamish Ogilvie Crows National Recruiting Manager Hamish Ogilve reviews the 2017 draft.

AFL 2017 Media - NAB AFL Draft

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 24: Darcy Fogarty of the Crows poses for a photo during the 2017 NAB AFL Draft at Sydney Showground on 24 November, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media) (Editors note: This image is free for editorial use only)

Adelaide has pulled off one of the steals of the NAB AFL Draft by selecting South Australian slider Darcy Fogarty at No.12 in the NAB AFL Draft.

After an off-season that saw Jake Lever and Charlie Cameron move to Melbourne and the Brisbane Lions respectively to be closer to family, the Crows nabbed a hard-hitting forward who could eventually play in the midfield.

Fogarty was in the mix for the No.1 selection at the start of the season but showed patchy form this year. However, he was not expected to slip down as low as he...


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AFL Media's draft verdict

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AFL 2017 Media - NAB AFL Draft

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 24: Darcy Fogarty of the Crows poses for a photo during the 2017 NAB AFL Draft at Sydney Showground on 24 November, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media) (Editors note: This image is free for editorial use only)

Selections before academy and father/son bidding: 12, 39, 75, 94
Selections after bidding: 12, 40
Who they picked: Darcy Fogarty, Andrew McPherson

Verdict: Well, the Crows couldn't have been more pleased as they saw Darcy Fogarty still available at their first selection. Few at the club thought the powerful local forward would be there at Adelaide's pick No.12, but clubs in the early part kept overlooking him and handed the Crows a gift. The club has had retention issues but won't have to worry about that with Fogarty, who comes from country South Australia. He could be the best player in the draft. They got another pleasant...


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Pick 40: Andrew McPherson

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AFL 2017 Portraits - Under 18 Championships

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 30: Andrew McPherson of South Australia poses during the 2017 Under 18 Championships portrait session at Etihad Stadium on June 30, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Scott Barbour/AFL Media)

Andrew McPherson
Height: 186cm
Weight: 79kg
Position: Medium defender
DOB: 20/6/99
From: Woodville-West Torrens

BIO: A medium-sized defender who reads the ball well and has a nice balance of defence and attack. Can also play on the wing. A graduate of the NAB AFL Academy, McPherson has good endurance, neat skills and footy smarts. He represented South Australia at the Under 18 Championships as a ‘bottom-aged’ player in 2016, but the vice-captain missed the entire carnival this year because of injury. Didn’t test at the Draft Combine in October. McPherson has impressed clubs with his professional approach and is studying sports mechanical engineering at Adelaide...


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Pick 12: Darcy Fogarty

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AFL 2017 Media - AFL Draft Combine Day 2

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 05: Darcy Fogarty poses for photograph during the AFL Draft Combine at Etihad Stadium on October 5, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Media)

Darcy Fogarty

Height: 192cm
Weight: 92kg
Position: Half-forward/midfielder
DOB: 5/9/99
From Glenelg/South Australia

BIO: A dynamic and competitive tall forward who can also go back or play through the midfield. Fogarty has sticky hands overhead and on the lead, and can push, bump or bulldoze past opponents to win the ball. The NAB AFL Academy graduate is a penetrating kick off either foot and uses his frame to lay bone-crunching tackles.

Fogarty made an impressive debut at senior level with SANFL club Glenelg this year, but was hampered by a knee injury during the NAB AFL U18 Championships and had season-ending surgery to repair a torn meniscus in July. The injury prevented him from testing...


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AFLW: Crows align with SANFLW clubs

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Adelaide 2016 AFL Women's inaugural training

Crows player Anne Hatchard has been aligned with South Adelaide in the SANFLW

Adelaide’s AFLW players have been allocated an SANFLW club to support and line-up with if available during the 2018 season.

The 17 South Australian-based Crows players were split between the League’s six teams to try and spread the talent as evenly as possible.

Players selected in the 2017 AFLW Draft will remain with their original SANFL club, ensuring Marijana Rajcic and Ruth Wallace will stay at Norwood while Jess Allan, Eloise Jones and Brianna Walling will remain with Glenelg.

The 2018 SANFLW competition is likely to commence in February and will include 10 minor rounds as well as two weeks of finals, concluding in April.

As the competition runs at a similar time of year as the AFLW competition, which is held during February and March, the majority of Crows AFLW players are unlikely to line up in the...


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Coaching structure confirmed

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AFL 2012 Rd 22 - Best of Round

Brent Reilly of the Crows celebrates during the AFL Round 22 match between the Melbourne Demons and the Adelaide Crows at the MCG, Melbourne. (Photo: Michael Willson/AFL Media)

The Adelaide Football Club has finalised its coaching structure for season 2018 after appointing Brent Reilly as a development coach.

A veteran of 203 AFL games, Reilly returns to the Club as a replacement for Nathan van Berlo who has joined West Coast as midfield and stoppage coach.

Reilly was an assistant coach at the Henley Sharks this year, and was promoted to senior coach for next season before accepting the development role with the Crows.

Head of Football Brett Burton said Reilly would mentor Adelaide’s young defenders.

“Brent has a wealth of experience in the game and a real passion for helping players to reach their best,” Burton said.

“We’re pleased to have Brent back at the Club and to finalise our...


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Phantom draft picks

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The mock drafts are in ahead of Friday night’s NAB AFL Draft in Sydney.

Predicting the first round with any certainty is proving difficult in what is a very even draft.

Here’s a compilation of who some of the top draft experts are tipping for Adelaide’s pick 12.

CAL TWOMEY, AFL MEDIA
Aiden Bonar
Height: 190cm
Weight: 89kg
Position: Forward/midfielder
DOB: 8/3/99
From: Dandenong Stingrays

Rationale: Bonar will be one of the most interesting players to watch on draft night and the Crows could get a good one with him at 12 if they go his way. He is a powerful forward who, in time, is seen by some as becoming a strong-bodied inside midfielder. He is athletically one of the best prospects in it – quick, agile and can jump – but recruiters will weigh that against his history of having two knee reconstructions. Hunter Clark will appeal in the slim chance he gets to the Crows' pick. Nick...


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Draft: The fab 40s

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AFL 2017 Round 18 - Adelaide v Geelong

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 21: Rory Sloane of the Crows celebrates a goal during the 2017 AFL round 18 match between the Adelaide Crows and the Geelong Cats at the Adelaide Oval on July 21, 2017 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by James Elsby/AFL Media)

After entering the NAB AFL Draft at No.12, Adelaide’s next pick on Friday night isn’t until the third round.

The Club’s second selection currently sits at No.39 – a pick the Crows have never used before – but father-son and academy bids are likely to see that change slightly.

See the indicative draft order

It’s a similar situation to last year when the Crows locked in Jordan Gallucci at No.15, and then had to wait until pick No.44 to recruit his AFL Academy teammate Myles Poholke.

The Crows have experienced success in unearthing gems later in the draft.

Vice-captain Rory Sloane, who was eligible but overlooked by all clubs in 2007, was...


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AFL 2017 Round 18 - Adelaide v Geelong

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 21: Rory Sloane of the Crows celebrates a goal during the 2017 AFL round 18 match between the Adelaide Crows and the Geelong Cats at the Adelaide Oval on July 21, 2017 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by James Elsby/AFL Media)

After entering the NAB AFL Draft at No.12, Adelaide’s next pick on Friday night isn’t until the third round.

The Club’s second selection currently sits at No.39 – a pick the Crows have never used before – but father-son and academy bids are likely to see that change slightly.

See the indicative draft order

It’s a similar situation to last year when the Crows locked in Jordan Gallucci at No.15, and then had to wait until pick No.44 to recruit his AFL Academy teammate Myles Poholke.

The Crows have experienced success in unearthing gems later in the draft.

Vice-captain Rory Sloane, who was eligible but overlooked by all clubs in 2007, was...


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Draft: The fab 40s

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AFL 2017 Round 18 - Adelaide v Geelong

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 21: Rory Sloane of the Crows celebrates a goal during the 2017 AFL round 18 match between the Adelaide Crows and the Geelong Cats at the Adelaide Oval on July 21, 2017 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by James Elsby/AFL Media)

After entering the NAB AFL Draft at No.12, Adelaide’s next pick on Friday night isn’t until the third round.

The Club’s second selection currently sits at No.39 – a pick the Crows have never used before – but father-son and academy bids are likely to see that change slightly.

See the indicative draft order

It’s a similar situation to last year when the Crows locked in Jordan Gallucci at No.15, and then had to wait until pick No.44 to recruit his AFL Academy teammate Myles Poholke.

The Crows have experienced success in unearthing gems later in the draft.

Vice-captain Rory Sloane, who was eligible but overlooked by all clubs in 2007, was...


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AFLW: Perkins tips more firepower

Sarah Perkins Presser November 20 Sarah Perkins speaks to media ahead of pre-season number two.

Adelaide cult hero Sarah Perkins has warned rival clubs to focus defensive attention on her at their peril as the Crows promise a multi-pronged attack in their quest for back-to-back NAB AFL Women’s premierships. 

Perkins was the focal point of the Crows' forward line last season, booting a team-high 11 goals and earning herself a spot in the 2017 Virgin Australia AFL Women's All Australian team. 

It was a far cry from this time 12 months ago, when Perkins went undrafted and moved to Adelaide from Melbourne for an opportunity in the newly formed AFLW competition after signing with the Crows as a free agent.

Perkins said she doesn't mind if opposition sides try and shut her down, as the Crows have lots of other ways to hit the scoreboard. 

"Good luck to them," the 24-year-old Perkins...


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Seize the Doedee, urges Kelly

Jake Kelly Presser November 20 Jake Kelly speaks to media on the first day of pre-season.

Former first-round draft pick Tom Doedee is poised to put his hand up as Jake Lever's replacement in the Adelaide backline.

Doedee – the 17th overall selection in the 2015 NAB AFL Draft – is one of several players who will get the opportunity to push for a regular spot in the Crows' defence.

The departure of 195cm Lever to Melbourne leaves a hole in the Crows' backline, with his intercept marking and ability to spoil extremely crucial to shutting down opposition forwards.

Doedee – at 189cm – is 6cm shorter, but the 20-year-old was the leading intercept marker in the SANFL this year and finished second in the Crows' state league best and fairest, just one vote behind champion midfielder Scott Thompson.

The experienced Kyle Cheney (28yo, 188cm) can play on tall and small forwards, while former...


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