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  2016 Fixture
  • Round 1 Fri Mar 25 South [A] L
  • Rd 2 Sun Apr 3 West [H] W
  • Rd 3 BYE
  • Rd 4 Fri Apr 15 vs Norwood [A]
  • Rd 5 Sun Apr 24 vs Adelaide [H]
  • Rd 6 Sun May 1 vs North [A]
  • Rd 7 Fri May 6 vs WWT [H]
  • Rd 8 Sat May 14 vs Centrals [H]
  • Rd 9 BYE
  • Rd 10 Sat Jun 4 vs Port [A]
  • Rd 11 Mon Jun 13 vs North [H]
  • Rd 12 Sun Jun 19 vs Sturt [H]
  • Rd 13 Sat Jun 25 vs West [A]
  • Rd 14 BYE
  • Rd 15 Sat Jul 9 vs South [H]
  • Rd 16 Sun Jul 17 vs Adelaide [H]
  • Rd 17 Sun Jul 24 vs Norwood [H]
  • Rd 18 BYE
  • Rd 19 Sat Aug 6 vs Centrals [A]
  • Rd 20 Sat Aug 13 vs Port [H]
  • Rd 21 Sun Aug 21 vs WWT [A]
  • Rd 22 Sat Aug 27 vs Sturt [A]

  Fast Facts
Glenelg's overall longest winning streak is against Sturt - 17 consecutive wins.

Longest winning streaks against the other teams are:
Adelaide 1, 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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2016 sees Peter Carey, Fred Phillis and Stephen Kernahan get permanent tributes at Glenelg. Glenelg has honoured three of its greats, with its captain to don the No. 5 jumper made famous by Peter Carey and star goalkickers Fred Phillis and Stephen Kernahan to have ends at the Bay Oval named after them.

 Career Highlights
  • Glenelg 1971 – 1988
    • 448 games
    • 521 goals
  • Captain of Glenelg, 6 years
  • Member of 3 premiership teams
  • Three time Best and Fairest for Glenelg
  • Best on ground 1973 Grand Final (6 goals)
  • Leading goal kicker for Glenelg 1973
  • Played 19 games for South Australia
  • All Australian 1979, 1980
  • Fos Williams Medalist 1981
  • Inducted SANFL Hall of Fame 2002
  • Inducted Glenelg Hall of Fame 2002
  • Awarded the OAM for services to Australian Rules football in 1989
  • Inducted into the Australian Football Hall of Fame in 2009
Peter Carey


  • Born: 1954
  • Height: 193cm
  • Weight: 102kg
  • Recruited from: Seacombe High School
  • GFC League Debut: 1971

Guernsey Number: 5

Peter Carey holds the league record for most games played, with 448 appearances.

Nicknamed 'Super', Carey also represented South Australia on 19 occasions, giving him a total of 467 games at senior level which was a record until Craig Bradley pushed the mark to 501.

Carey played in a variety of roles in his career including centre half forward and ruckman. He won Glenelg's Best and Fairest award in 1975, 1979 and 1981 as well as topping their goalkicking in 1973. From 1983 until 1988 he was club captain, including back to back premierships in 1985 and 1986. He had earlier participated in their 1973 premiership team, with six goals in the Grand Final win over North Adelaide.

In 1981 he won the first ever Fos Williams Medal and for his performances with South Australia he also earned All Australian selection in both 1979 and 1980.

He was named, in 2002, as the inaugural member of Glenelg's Hall of Fame and inducted into the Australian Football Hall of Fame in 2009.

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