Adelaide Crows

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1999 AFL Draft - Trades
... Player Original Club Club Traded For Matthew Clarke Brisbane Lions Adelaide Crows Draft Picks #6 and #21 Scott Welsh Kangaroos Adelaide Crows Draft Pick #77 Stefan Carey Sydney Swans Brisbane ...
Spencer Gulf Football League - AFL Representatives
... been home to many AFL Footballers including Greg Flanegan (Essedon Bombers, 1981) Mark Bickley (Adelaide Crows, 1991–2003) played his junior football for the Solomontown Football club and was a premiership ... Mark soon moved to the South Adelaide Football club in the SANFL, where he was then selected as an inaugural member of the Adelaide Crows squad in 1991 ... In 1997 he was appointed captain of the Adelaide Football Club, and captained the 1997 and 1998 premiership sides ...
Bernie Vince
... School until his senior years, which were spent in Adelaide at Prince Alfred College where he represented the school in the Open A Grade football and cricket teams ... Vince originally played Australian Rules football for the CMS Crows ... Vince was rewarded by being selected by the Adelaide Crows in the 2005 National Draft at pick 32 ...
1990 SANFL Grand Final - End of An SANFL Era
1990 marked the last year in which the SANFL existed without an Adelaide-based team in the Australian Football League (AFL), with the Adelaide Crows ... The formation of the Adelaide Crows was largely due to Port Adelaide's attempts to join the AFL ... The SANFL had resisted entering an Adelaide-based team in the AFL for several years, but Port Adelaide's attempted entry had forced their hand ...
Ben Hudson - AFL Career - Adelaide Crows
... He returned to the Crows in 2007 and performed well throughout the year, playing 22 games, garnering 366 hit-outs and finishing second overall in the AFL for ... He was also allegedly upset by criticism from Adelaide coach Neil Craig ... after contract negotiations with Adelaide broke down ...

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