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&nbsp; &nbsp; FEATURED ARTICLE - BEN MULES - The Last Captain to lead Glenelg into a Final Series<br>
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=== 2019 ===
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*GFC League Player Number: 894
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[[File:Glenelg team premiers 2019.jpg|right|320px|thumb|2019 Premiership Side]]
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*GFC League Debut:  Round 13, 2002
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'''Glenelg 11.7.73 defeated Port Adelaide 6.9.45'''
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*Glenelg [[2002]] – [[2013]]
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** 212 games
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** 41 goals
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* Captain of Glenelg 2006 - 2011
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* Players Player 2005 and 2007
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* Runner up Best and Fairest Award 2007
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Best: [[Matthew Snook|M.Snook]] , [[Brad Agnew|B.Agnew]], [[Jessie White|J.White]], [[Marlon Motlop|M. Motlop]], [[Luke Reynolds|L.Reynolds]], [[Luke Partington|L.Partington]], [[Chris Curran|C.Curran]], [[Max Proud|M.Proud]]
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<nowiki>*</nowiki> Stats to end of 2013
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Goals: [[Josh Scott|J.Scott]], [[Marlon Motlop| M.Motlop]] 3, [[Luke Reynolds|L.Reynolds]] 2, [[Carl Nicholson|C. Nicholson]], [[Brad Close|B.Close]], [[Luke Partington|L.Partington]] 1.
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[[File:Ben Mules.jpg|thumb|left]]
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== Biographical ==
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*Born: 30 August 1982
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*Height: 182 cm
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*Weight: 83 kg
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*Recruited from: Kalangadoo
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*GFC League Debut: 2002
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Guernsey Number: [[34]]
 
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Ben Mules grew up in Kalangadoo, situated in the club's South East recruiting zone, before moving to Glenelg in 2002.  
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JACK OATEY MEDAL – [[Matthew Snook|M.Snook]]
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A solid defender, Mules has become a highly regarded member and leader of the team. He was awarded both Best Team Man and Players Player award in 2005 and 2007 and was also Runner up in the Best and Fairest Award in 2007.
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Att: 39,105 at Adelaide Oval
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||C:  ||  Gregson || Snook  ||  Nicholson 
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||HB:  || Joseph ||  Curran  ||  McCarthy   
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[[Grand Final 2019 | Match Report]]
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At the end of 2011, Ben stepped down from the Captaincy, thus ending a six year span as Captain which equalled Peter Carey's 6 year run, and only behind club legends Peter Marker who served 7 years as Captain and Nick Chigwidden who served as Captain for 8 years.
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[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5uJq9D-dzQ| Video of match highlights (9 minutes)]
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== References ==
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1. [http://www.glenelgfc.com.au/profiles_allen.htm Glenelg Football Club]
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2. Glenelg Football Club 2010 Annual Report and Yearbook
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[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iVJJ8ln1rTI| Video of full match broadcast by Channel 7 (2 hours 51 minutes)]
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[[Category:Players|Mules, Ben]]
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[[Category:Captains|Mules, Ben]]
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Current revision as of 04:03, 18 December 2019


  History of the Glenelg Football Club
The Boys of the GFC
  SNOUTS LOUTS - proud sponsors of Jonty Scharenberg in 2019 
Wiki currently contains 2,890 pages.
  2018 Fixture
  • Round 1 Fri Mar29 Norwood[A] L
  • Rd 2 Fri Apr5 Adelaide[H] W
  • Rd 3 Sat Apr13 South[H]D
  • Rd 4 Fri Apr19 Sturt[H]W
  • Rd 5 Wed Apr24 West[A]W
  • Rd 6 Sat May4 WWT[H]W
  • BYE State Game
  • Rd 7 Sat May18 Central[A]W
  • Rd 8 Sun May26 Port[H]W
  • Rd 9 Mon Jun10 North[H]W
  • Rd 10 Sun Jun16 South[A]L
  • Rd 11 Sun Jun23 Central[H]W
  • Rd 12 Sun Jul7 WWT[A]W
  • Rd 13 Sun Jul14 Norwood [H]W
  • Rd 14 Sun Jul21 Port [A]W
  • Rd 15 Sat Jul27 Adelaide[H]W
  • Rd 16 Sun Aug4 North[A]D
  • Rd 17 Sat Aug17 West[H]W
  • Rd 18 Sat Aug24 Sturt[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 7, 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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2019

2019 Premiership Side

Glenelg 11.7.73 defeated Port Adelaide 6.9.45

Best: M.Snook , B.Agnew, J.White, M. Motlop, L.Reynolds, L.Partington, C.Curran, M.Proud

Goals: J.Scott, M.Motlop 3, L.Reynolds 2, C. Nicholson, B.Close, L.Partington 1.


JACK OATEY MEDAL – M.Snook

Att: 39,105 at Adelaide Oval

F: Reynolds Scott Partington
HF: Motlop McBean Bradley
C: Gregson Snook Nicholson
HB: Joseph Curran McCarthy
B: Scharenberg Proud Gould
R: White Close Agnew
I: Virgin Bailey Uebergang
Coach: Mark Stone

Match Report

Video of match highlights (9 minutes)

Video of full match broadcast by Channel 7 (2 hours 51 minutes)

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