Luke Partington

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Luke Partington 2020
 Glenelg Career Highlights
  • GFC League Player Number: 1110
  • GFC League Debut: Round 1, 2019
  • Glenelg 2019 -
    • 33 games
    • 28 goals
  • Premiership player 2019
  • Magarey Medal 2019
  • R.O. Shearman medal 2019
 Other Career Highlights
  • Norwood 2015
    • 6 games, 1 goal
  • West Coast Eagles (AFL) 2016 - 2018
    • 6 games, 3 goals
  • East Perth 2016 - 2018
    • 46 games, 36 goals
    • FD Book Medal - best and fairest 2018


  • Born: 5 March 1997
  • Height: 181 cm
  • Weight: 79 kg
  • Recruited from: West Coast Eagles (AFL)
  • Previous Clubs: Norwood, Tumby Bay, Port Adelaide
  • GFC League Debut: 2019

Guernsey Number: 10

Luke Partington is a hard-running midfielder whose prolific ball getting and measured disposal were instrumental in Glenelg securing the 2019 premiership, and earned him personal honours including the Magarey Medal as League best and fairest.


Originally from Eyre Peninsula town Tumby Bay, Partington played juniors with Port Adelaide before a zone shift saw him allocated to Norwood. Despite the tragic loss of his father Brian in a mining accident in February 2015, Partington fought his way back to earn All-Australian honours at the under-18s carnival before being picked up by West Coast.

At West Coast he played six games at the highest level in 2017, including the dramatic Elimination Final victory against Port Adelaide at Adelaide Oval. With the high-flying Eagles boasting a supremely strong midfield division, Partington returned to Adelaide to resume his SANFL career with Glenelg.

Partington was a major catalyst in reviving the Bays fortunes in 2019 which culminated in the minor premiership. He won the League best and fairest award, the Magarey Medal. He also won the R.O. Shearman award voted on by the League coaches and earned a berth as the rover in The Advertiser SANFL Team of the Year.

See also:

1. Gallery Luke Partington

2. Video: SANFL: Luke Partington 2019 Highlights


1. Glenelg FC

2. WAFL player stats

3. Eaglepedia

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