Category Archives: Mid South East Football

Toby Pink a hero for Glenelg

AN after-the-siren score by Tantanoola teenage footballer Toby Pink gave the Glenelg Tigers a thrilling one-point win in the SANFL Under 18 grand final against North Adelaide at the Adelaide Oval on Sunday. With scores tied in the season decider, … Continue reading

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Mount Burr wins back-to-back MSEFL premierships

MOUNT Burr has defended its title and claimed its 18th A Grade premiership following its 42-point victory over minor premiers Kalangadoo in the Mid South East Football League grand final at Hatherleigh on Saturday. By winning three of the four … Continue reading

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Huge day for Robe

SATURDAY is the biggest day for the Robe sporting community since the 2006 grand final when Tantanoola defeated Hatherleigh for the Wilf Sprengel Shield in A Grade football, while Kalangadoo netballers triumphed over Port MacDonnell. Mount Burr is the favourite … Continue reading

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Mozzies to bounce back

MOUNT Burr players have a point to prove when they meet their neighbours and reigning premiers Kalangadoo in the cut-throat Mid South East Football League preliminary final at Glencoe on Saturday. In a winner-takes-all contest, the victor will take on … Continue reading

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Magpies to crush Murphies

KALANGADOO coach Ben Mules lived the perfect footy fairytale last season when he returned to his home club and took the Magpies to the flag. His team begins its premiership defence at “Mick” and Jean Walker Oval at Mount Burr … Continue reading

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Premiership race wide open in MSE football

THE premiership race in the Mid South East Football League has been thrown open after Mount Burr lost its status as flag favourite and minor premier owing to a 27-point loss at Glencoe on Saturday. The Murphies held on to … Continue reading

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Five teams alive in MSE

THERE are still five teams alive for the premiership in the Mid South East Football League with only one question resolved in Saturday’s penultimate round. Mount Burr and Port MacDonnell will definitely finish in the top two at the end … Continue reading

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Murphies jump into four

THE musical chairs at the top of the ladder in the Mid South East Football League has continued with Glencoe returning to the top four at the expense of Tantanoola. The Murphies enjoyed a 67-point home- ground win over Robe, … Continue reading

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