Past Player of the Week

Past Player of the Week
May 24

Past Player of the Week – Glen Rosser

Glen Rosser was a wonderful servant of the Norwood Football Club as a player, coach and administrator. Originally from Port Elliot, he first played for the local primary school and then went on to captain Victor Harbor High School. Rosser also played with Port Elliot's senior team in the Great Southern Football League.... [MORE]
Past Player of the Week
May 11

Past Player of the Week – Wayne Phillis

Wayne "Butch" Phillis made his league debut for Glenelg in 1967. Strong and aggressive, he became one of the best tall defenders in the SANFL. Playing at centre half back, he was high in Glenelg's best players in its 1973 Grand Final win against North Adelaide. To read more, click here.... [MORE]
Past Player of the Week
May 02

Past Player of the Week – Danny Jenkins

Danny Jenkins first played for Norwood in 1972. The club brought him over from Kangaroo Island to play for the Under 19 team and to complete Year 12 at Norwood High School. He played the next three seasons with the Parndana Football Club on Kangaroo Island. In 1974 he won the Kangaroo Island Football League's best and ... [MORE]
Past Player of the Week
Apr 12

Past Player of the Week – Keith Le Page

Keith Le Page was the 16-year-old captain of the Prince Alfred College First XVIII when he played in the 1943 Norwood-North premiership team. He also played in the 1944 Norwood-North premiership team as a schoolboy before moving on to a fine career at Norwood which embraced premierships in 1946 and 1950. To read ... [MORE]
Past Player of the Week
Apr 04

Past Player of the Week – Scott Direen

Scott "Sponge" Direen was born in Hobart where he played 80 games for the New Norfolk Football Club before being selected by the Sydney Swans at pick number 95 in the 1992 national draft. An elite kick of the football, Direen played predominantly in the back pocket for the Swans where 1995 was possibly his best season.... [MORE]
Past Player of the Week
Mar 21

Past Player of the Week – Jack Chinnery

Jack Chinnery began his League football career with Norwood in 1932 direct from the St Peter’s College team where he had a reputation as a dependable backman. He played 15 games for Norwood that year and went on to play 115 games and five for the State. Jack’s brother Selby played alongside him for three of those y... [MORE]
Past Player of the Week
Mar 01

Past Player of the Week – Tom Warhurst

Tom Warhurst began playing football at St. Ignatius College Junior School. He then transferred to St. Ignatius' Senior School at Athelstone, and in 1979 started his football with the Norwood Football Club. He played 11 games with the Under 17's, and one in the Under 19's. The following season he was appointed vice-capt... [MORE]
Past Player of the Week
Feb 15

Past Player of the Week – Lance Lewis

Lancelot Ashley Lewis’ early career largely mirrored that of his elder brother and Norwood team-mate Essington and he went on to even greater football honours. Like Essington, Lance was born at Burra, worked on family properties and was a skilled horseman. At the age of nine he made a solitary trip on horseback from ... [MORE]
Past Player of the Week
Feb 02

Past Player of the Week – Troy Clements

Troy Clements moved from Kimba to Roxby Downs at the age of 12 and played under-age football at Central Augusta. He later attended Immanuel College, and played for the Woodville-West Torrens Football Club. To read more, click here.... [MORE]
Past Player of the Week
Jan 10

Past Player of the Week – John McGrath

John 'Paddy' McGrath was a short, thickset, all-day follower who delivered consistent service over a long period and contributed to four premierships.  Recruited from the Creswick junior team in 1883 -the last of Norwood's initial string of six premiership years - he was one of the architects of the  1887-88-89  "th... [MORE]

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