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  History of the Glenelg Football Club
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Marlon Motlop shimmy before goaling 3rd term
2019 Premiership Side
Capt, Cup and Coach

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.


Att: 39,105 at Adelaide Oval

Match Report

Video of match highlights (9 minutes)

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

  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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On debut 2011 - sidestepping Matt Lokan (Port Magpies)

Brownlow Medallist 2020

Lachie Neale grew up in the Glenelg South-East zone, playing junior football for Kybybolite alongside other future AFL players Alex Forster and Jack Trengove. Neale received a scholarship to attend St Peter's College, Adelaide, winning the Opie Medal in his final year at St Peters College.

In 2011 he played seven games for Glenelg in the league side before returning to the Under-18 team for the Grand Final. Despite Glenelg losing to Port Adelaide in the Grand Final, he gathered 40 possessions and was awarded the Alan Stewart Medal as the best player in the game. He represented South Australia at the 2011 AFL Under 18 Championships.

Neale was drafted to Fremantle with their fourth selection (number 58 overall) in the 2011 AFL draft. After a minor ankle injury in a pre-season game in 2012 he played 2 games for Swan Districts in the WAFL before his debut in Round 4. Neale was the substitute in the 2013 AFL Grand Final when Fremantle lost to Hawthorn by 15 points.

Neale won the Doig Medal as Fremantle's best and fairest in 2016 and 2018. It came as quite a surprise then for Neale to request at the end of 2018 that he transfer to Brisbane Lions. He transferred to the Lions in October 2018. He was also instrumental in persuading his fellow Glenelg junior and close friend, Lincoln McCarthy to transfer from Geelong at the same time.

Neale thrived at his new club in 2019, winning All-Australian team selection for the first time, winning the Merrett-Murray Medal (Brisbane Lions' best and fairest) and finishing equal-third in the Brownlow Medal with 26 votes. Neale won the 2020 Brownlow Medal after polling 31 votes during the shortened regular season, including being best-on-ground in ten matches. He subsequently won the 2023 Brownlow Medal, also with 31 votes, becoming the 16th player to win the medal multiple times.

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