SOUTH Gawler footballer Jordan Tippins took another step closer to realising his dream of becoming an AFL player, after he was accepted into the Port Adelaide Football Club’s indigenous academy this past fortnight.
EIGHT-YEAR-OLD Henry Mickan has lived the dream of many die-hard Port Power fans, after being selected to don the number one guernsey and captain his favourite AFL team for a day.
LOCAL footballer Jackson Hately will be spending this week at Port Adelaide Football Club as a part of his NAB AFL Academy Placement.
GAWLER Central Football Club has teamed up with the organiser of a Port Power car rally, which plans to sweep through town later in the year, and will act as the cavalcade’s local support base.
A CAR wash event in Gawler tomorrow will raise much-needed funds for young indigenous Australians, to provide them with
the basic equipment and training needed to be job ready.
AFTER a promotion into Port Adelaide’s leadership group, Justin Westhoff returned to his roots on Saturday, playing at his former club’s home ground in a pre-season match against Melbourne.
FORMER Angaston junior Sam Colquhoun is setting himself to make a mark on the Port Adelaide Football Club by breaking the Power’s three-kilometre time-trial record, currently held by recently retired Kane Cornes.
PORT Adelaide Football Club’s Tom Jonas kick-started his pre-season training by running a kilometre with Playford Primary School’s 750 students.