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* Round 1 Fri Apr 7 Port[H] <font color=blue>W</font>
* Round 1 Fri Apr 7 Port[H] <font color=blue>W</font>
* Rd 2 Fri Apr14 Sturt[H] <font color=blue>W</font>
* Rd 2 Fri Apr14 Sturt[H] <font color=blue>W</font>
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* Rd 3 Sat Apr22 South[A] <font color=red>L</font>
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* Rd 11 Sat Jul1 Central  [A]<font color=red>L</font>
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* Rd 12 Sat Jul8 vs Norwood  [H]]<font color=red>L</font>
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Longest winning streaks against the other teams are:<br>
Longest winning streaks against the other teams are:<br>
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Adelaide 2, Central 11, Eagles 4, North 13, Norwood 8, Port 8, South 8, West 14, Torrens 7, and Woodville 14 .
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Adelaide 3, Central 11, Eagles 4, North 13, Norwood 8, Port 8, South 8, West 14, Torrens 7, and Woodville 14 .
See: [[Records vs individual clubs]] for further records.
See: [[Records vs individual clubs]] for further records.
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50 years ago in 1967 Neil Kerley debuted as Captain-Coach for the Glenelg Football Club. Also debuting that year was Kerry Hamilton, Peter Marker, Wayne Phillis, Ken Smith, Rex Voigt, Terrence Gunn, Michael Fitzgerald and a very young Graham Cornes
 
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*Glenelg [[1967]] [[1982]]
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*Glenelg 1973 – 1982
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**317 games  
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** 196 games  
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** 347 goals  
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** 176 goals  
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* Captained Glenelg in 1978
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* Glenelg captain 1979-1982
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* Member of 1973 Premiership Team
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* Two time club best and fairest (1976 and 1980)
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* Simpson Medallist [[1979]]
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* Glenelg Hall of Fame inducted 2001
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* Tassie Medallist [[1980]]
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* Played 13 games for South Australia
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* All Australian [[1979]] & [[1980]]
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* Captained South Australia 1981, 1982
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* All Australian coach 1987-1988
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* Fos Williams Medallist 1982
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* Three time Best and Fairest for Glenelg
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[[File:Cornes.jpg|thumb|left|]]
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* Essendon (VFL) 1983 - 1985
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** 60 games and 12 goals
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** Premiership Player 1984, 1985
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* West Torrens 1986 - 1988
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** 49 games and 21 goals
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** Best and Fairest 1987
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** Coach of West Torrens 1986 -1988
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* Norwood 1989
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** 23 games and 8 goals
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[[File:Westonescortcup1982.jpg|thumb|left|Paul Weston holds aloft the Escort Cup after Glenelg beat Port in the 1982 grand final of the night competition. ]]
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== Paul Weston ==
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*Born: 9 April 1957 Adelaide
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*Height: 186cm
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*Weight: 85kg
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*Recruited from: Glengowrie High School
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*GFC League Debut: 1973
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Guernsey Number: [[1]]and [[28]]
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== Biographical ==
 
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*Born: 31 March 1948
 
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*Height: 189 cm
 
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*Weight: 76 kg
 
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*Recruited from: Whyalla
 
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*GFC League Debut: 1967
 
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Paul Weston started his career at Glenelg in 1973, and became an inspirational leader, captaining the Bays for four seasons.  Not the most spectacular player, Weston was however very cool under pressure and well skilled.
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Guernsey Number: [[12]]
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As with many of the talented tigers players of the era, he played in many losing Grand Finals - 1974, 1975, 1977, 1981 and 1982.  Pursued by several Victorian clubs and haunted by lack of premiership success, Weston moved to Essendon at the age of 26 in 1982.
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A centreman whilst at the Bay, Weston played primarily as a defender with Essendon.  He won premierships with Essendon in his final two VFL seasons.
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'''Graham Studley Cornes''' OAM (born 31 March 1948 in Victoria, Australia). Cornes was a champion with the Glenelg Football Club, between 1967-1982. He played mostly at centre half-forward. In his 317 Club games for Glenelg he kicked 347 goals and won the club best and fairest award three times.
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Returning to South Australia following Essendon's 1985 premiership, Weston pursued coaching ambitions, taking up the position of Captain-Coach with West Torrens from 1986 to 1988 
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He was a member of the Premiership Team in 1973, taking a spectacular mark in the last minutes of the game and calmly goaling to regain the lead.
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He finished his football career with Norwood in 1989.
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He originally signed on with the VFL's South Melbourne in Victoria early in his career, but did not play in the VFL until 1979, when in the later stages of his career he played 5 games with Ron Barassi's North Melbourne before returning to South Australia.
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He was a South Australian State representative on 13 occasions and won a Fos Williams Medal (Best on Ground in State matches) in 1982 for his performance against Western Australia at Football Park.
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He coached South Adelaide from 1983-1984, taking them to fifth both times.
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[[Gallery Paul Weston|Gallery pictures]]
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He then returned to the Bay in 1985, winning Premierships in 1985 and 1986 and also taking them to three losing Grand Finals in 1987, 1988 and 1990 which was his final year.
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== Reference ==
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Cornes had an astonishing record in State of Origin matches, boasting nine wins from eleven matches including six wins from eight matches coaching the South Australia team against Victoria.
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1. [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Weston_%28footballer%29 Wiki Article]
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1991 appointed inaugural coach of the Adelaide Crows in their first year in the AFL, until the end of 1994 when he was replaced by Robert Shaw. His highest result with the Crows was third place in 1993; his worst result eleventh in 1994.
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2. [http://www.sanfl.com.au/hall_of_fame/paul_l_weston/ SANFL Hall of Fame]
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Cornes is now a football media personality, having appeared on the Seven Network's football coverage during the 1990s, and co hosting the FIVEaa Sports Show with first K. G. Cunningham from 1995 to 2008 and now Stephen Rowe, 2009 to current. He has also coached the All Stars in EJ Whitten Legends Games.
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2. "Pride of the Bay"
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== Comments & Help ==
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3. 1981 SANFL Grand Final Football Budget
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[[Category:Players|Weston Paul]]
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[[Category:Captains|Weston Paul]]
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[[Category:Hall of Fame|Weston Paul]]

Current revision as of 00:40, 10 November 2017


  History of the Glenelg Football Club
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  2017 Fixture
  • Round 1 Fri Apr 7 Port[H] W
  • Rd 2 Fri Apr14 Sturt[H] W
  • Rd 3 Sat Apr22 South[A] L
  • Rd 4 Sat Apr29 Central[H] W
  • Rd 5 Sat May13 WWT[A] L
  • Rd 6 Fri May19 Norwood [A]L
  • Rd 7 Sat May27 West [H]W
  • Rd 8 Sat Jun3 Adelaide [H]W
  • Rd 9 Mon Jun12 North [A]W
  • Rd 10 Sat Jun24 WWT [H]L
  • Rd 11 Sat Jul1 Central [A]L
  • Rd 12 Sat Jul8 Norwood [H]L
  • Rd 13 Sat Jul15 South [H]W
  • Rd 14 Sun Jul23 Port [A]L
  • Rd 15 Sun Jul30 Adelaide [BT]W
  • Rd 16 Sat Aug12 Sturt [A]]L
  • Rd 17 Sat Aug19 North [H]L
  • Rd 18 Sat Aug26 West [A]L
  Fast Facts
Glenelg's overall longest winning streak is against Sturt - 17 consecutive wins.

Longest winning streaks against the other teams are:
Adelaide 3, Central 11, Eagles 4, North 13, Norwood 8, Port 8, South 8, West 14, Torrens 7, and Woodville 14 .

See: Records vs individual clubs for further records.

 

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  Career Highlights Player
  • Glenelg 1973 – 1982
    • 196 games
    • 176 goals
  • Glenelg captain 1979-1982
  • Two time club best and fairest (1976 and 1980)
  • Glenelg Hall of Fame inducted 2001
  • Played 13 games for South Australia
  • Captained South Australia 1981, 1982
  • Fos Williams Medallist 1982
 Other Career Highlights
  • Essendon (VFL) 1983 - 1985
    • 60 games and 12 goals
    • Premiership Player 1984, 1985
  • West Torrens 1986 - 1988
    • 49 games and 21 goals
    • Best and Fairest 1987
    • Coach of West Torrens 1986 -1988
  • Norwood 1989
    • 23 games and 8 goals
Paul Weston holds aloft the Escort Cup after Glenelg beat Port in the 1982 grand final of the night competition.

Paul Weston

  • Born: 9 April 1957 Adelaide
  • Height: 186cm
  • Weight: 85kg
  • Recruited from: Glengowrie High School
  • GFC League Debut: 1973


Guernsey Number: 1and 28


Paul Weston started his career at Glenelg in 1973, and became an inspirational leader, captaining the Bays for four seasons. Not the most spectacular player, Weston was however very cool under pressure and well skilled.

As with many of the talented tigers players of the era, he played in many losing Grand Finals - 1974, 1975, 1977, 1981 and 1982. Pursued by several Victorian clubs and haunted by lack of premiership success, Weston moved to Essendon at the age of 26 in 1982.

A centreman whilst at the Bay, Weston played primarily as a defender with Essendon. He won premierships with Essendon in his final two VFL seasons.

Returning to South Australia following Essendon's 1985 premiership, Weston pursued coaching ambitions, taking up the position of Captain-Coach with West Torrens from 1986 to 1988

He finished his football career with Norwood in 1989.

He was a South Australian State representative on 13 occasions and won a Fos Williams Medal (Best on Ground in State matches) in 1982 for his performance against Western Australia at Football Park.

See also

Gallery pictures

Reference

1. Wiki Article

2. SANFL Hall of Fame

2. "Pride of the Bay"

3. 1981 SANFL Grand Final Football Budget

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