They became the first SANFL team to win the premiership from 5th, and the first to win from the Elimination Final. With Football Park having lights installed by the 1984 SANFL season, this would be the final time that the night competition would be held at the suburban grounds of Thebarton and Norwood Oval's. The 'home and away' season is played over 23 weeks from April to September. The 1984 South Australian National Football League season was the 105th season of the top-level Australian rules football competition in South Australia .
Originally formed as the South Australian Football Association (SAFA) on 30 April 1877, the SANFL is the oldest surviving football league of any code in Australia and one of the oldest football competitions in the world. The Grand Final of the Cup, played under lights at the Thebarton Oval, saw West Torrens win their first competition since they won the 1953 SANFL Grand Final when they defeated South Adelaide 7.15 (57) to 5.7 (37). The season commenced on Saturday 2 April 1983, and concluded on Saturday 1 October 1983 with the SANFL Grand Final at Football Park with West Adelaide defeating Sturt by 34 points to claim their eighth premiership and first since 1961. Highlights of the season fixture include: South Australian National Football League, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=1983_SANFL_season&oldid=961381590, South Australian National Football League seasons, All Wikipedia articles written in Australian English, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Borchard, Morris, Bennett, Meuret, Grosser, This was South Australia's first win over Victoria in Adelaide since 1965, On the Tuesday before Round 8 (17 May), Glenelg sacked coach, Round 11 saw the first ever double header at, This page was last edited on 8 June 2020, at 04:17. The SANFL (South Australian National Football League) is the premier League and governing body for Australian Football in South Australia.

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Night football would not return to suburban grounds until the early 2000s when some Norwood home games were scheduled to be held under lights at Norwood Oval. Games Movies TV Video. AustralianFootball.com Celebrating the history of the great Australian game, Official nameSouth Australian National Football League, Former namesSouth Australian Football League (SAFL), 1907-1926; South Australian Football Association (SAFA), 1877-1906, Affiliated competitions (Current)Premiership Season 1877-2020; Women's Premiership Season 2017-2020; Under 16s 2009-2020; Under 18s 2009-2020; Reserves 1906-2020, Affiliated competitions (Historical)Wartime League 1942-1944, Affiliated clubs (Current)Port Adelaide Magpies (SA) 1877-2020; South Adelaide (SA) 1877-2020; Norwood (SA) 1878-2020; North Adelaide (SA) 1888-2020; West Adelaide (SA) 1897-2020; Sturt (SA) 1901-2020; Glenelg (SA) 1921-2020; Central District (SA) 1964-2020; Woodville West Torrens (SA) 1991-2020; Adelaide Reserves (SA) 2014-2020, Affiliated clubs (Historical)Bankers (SA) 1877; Kensington (SA) 1877-1881; South Park (SA) 1877-1884; Victorian (SA) 1877-1884; Adelaide (Original) (SA) 1877-1893; Woodville (Original) (SA) 1877; Royal Park (Original) (SA) 1882; Gawler (SA) 1887-1890; North Adelaide (Hotham) (SA) 1887-1888; West Torrens (SA) 1895-1990; Woodville (SA) 1964-1990, Affiliated grounds (Current)Adelaide Oval; Elizabeth Oval; Glenelg Oval; Noarlunga Oval; Norwood Oval; Prospect Oval; Richmond Oval; Unley Oval; Woodville Oval, Affiliated grounds (Historical)Adelaide Showground; Alberton Oval; Balaklava Oval; Bennett Oval; Berri; Bordertown Oval; Centenary Oval; Christies Beach; Clare Oval; Encounter Bay; Flemington; Football Park; Gawler; Geraldton; Hands Oval; Hindmarsh Stadium; Jubilee Oval; Kadina Oval; Kensington Oval; Lameroo; Loxton; Mannum Oval; Moonta; Mount Gambier; Mount Pleasant; Murray Bridge; Naracorte; Nurioopta; Penola; Port Augusta; Port Pirie Memorial Oval; Richmond Paddock; S.C.G. Australian Rules Football Television History Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. Wikis. The 1983 South Australian National Football League season was the 104th, since 1877, of the South Australian National Football League (SANFL) Australian rules football competition. Norwood finished 5th on the ladder but won all four of its finals, to win the premiership. 1984 SANFL Premiership season. ; Strathalbyn Oval; TBA; Thebarton Oval; Waikerie. The top five teams then play off in a final series culminating in the grand final for the Thomas Seymour Hill Premiership Trophy.
From 1984 all night competition games would be held at the league's headquarters. Concurrently with the early rounds of the premiership season, the SANFL also ran the Escort Cup night competition with games usually being played mid-week. Australian Rules Football Television History Wiki, 1988 TFL Grand Final - Devonport v Glenorchy, 1989 QAFL Grand Final - Southport v Windsor-Zillmere, 2001 AFL Grand Final - Essendon v Brisbane, 2002 AFL Wizard Cup Grand Final - Richmond v Port Adelaide, 1979 VFL Preliminary Final - North Melbourne v Collingwood, 1987 QAFL Grand Final - Southport v Windsor-Zillmere, 1994 AFL Foster's Cup Round 1 - St Kilda v Richmond, 2012 AFL Round 1 - Greater Western Sydney v Sydney, 2012 AFL Round 4 - Sydney v North Melbourne, 2012 AFL Round 10 - Sydney v Western Bulldogs, 1993 AFL Foster's Cup Round 1 - Richmond v Sydney, 1984 SANFL Grand Final - Port Adelaide v Norwood, 1984 SANFL Round 14 - South Adelaide v Woodville, 1984 SANFL Round 15 - Woodville v North Adelaide, 1984 SANFL Round 18 - Glenelg v North Adelaide, 1984 SANFL Round 19 - Woodville v West Torrens, 1984 SANFL Round 21 - Woodville v Central District, 1984 SANFL Round 3 - Port Adelaide v Woodville, https://aussierulestvhistory.fandom.com/wiki/Category:1984_SANFL_season. Category:1984 SANFL season | Australian Rules Football Television History Wiki | Fandom. With Football Park having lights installed by the 1984 SANFL season, this would be the final time that the night competition would be held at the suburban grounds of Thebarton and Norwood Oval 's. From 1984 all night competition games would be held at the league's headquarters. Originally formed as the South Australian Football Association (SAFA) on 30 April 1877, the SANFL is the oldest surviving football league of any code in Australia and one of the oldest football competitions in the world.


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