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Re: SAs most travelled footballer!!!

Postby 200 Killer Wasps » Thu Jul 28, 2016 6:26 pm

Dogwatcher wrote:A few names I recognise there, 200KW ;)

And no Lefty!


Paul Lefty - 6: Barmera Monash, Berri, Loxton, Loxton North, Cobdogla, Lyrup.

Not sure about George, don't think he played for any Loxton teams but did play for Paringa.

Still trying to track Terry's coaching record.
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Re: SAs most travelled footballer!!!

Postby Bum Crack » Thu Jul 28, 2016 6:33 pm

200 Killer Wasps wrote:
Dogwatcher wrote:A few names I recognise there, 200KW ;)

And no Lefty!


Paul Lefty - 6: Barmera Monash, Berri, Loxton, Loxton North, Cobdogla, Lyrup.

Not sure about George, don't think he played for any Loxton teams but did play for Paringa.

Still trying to track Terry's coaching record.

Mark Owens played at a few clubs too.
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Re: SAs most travelled footballer!!!

Postby BoundaryRider84 » Thu Jul 28, 2016 6:38 pm

Dogwatcher wrote:
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200 Killer Wasps wrote:My expertise is only with country football clubs with the following featuring at the top of the SA Country list -:

13 - Shayne Mitchell
Christies Beach, Apsley, Lucindale, Border Districts, United (APFL), Ramblers, Angaston, Gawler Central, Langhorne Creek, Encounter Bay, Macclesfield, Callington United Eagles, Hornridge.

9 - John Hammer
Penola, Waybacks, Wudinna, Tumby Bay, Cummins Ramblers, Minnipa, Tailem Bend, Peake & District, Lameroo South.

9 - Brett O'Brien
Quorn Wolves, Central Augusta, West Augusta, Solomontown, West Whyalla, South Whyalla, Rocky River, Southern Flinders, Broughton Mundoora.

8 - Michael Small
Naracoorte, Pinnaroo, Apsley, Border Downs, Strathalbyn, Lucindale, West Gambier, Mundulla.

8 - Don Tschuna
Charra, Rudall, West Augusta, Wirrulla, Tailem Bend, Koonibba, Ceduna, Western United.

8 - Anthony Lippis
Loxton North, Berri, Lyrup, Loxton, Renmark, Paringa, Pinnaroo, Cobdogla.

7 - Simon Sumner
United, Paringa, Moorook, Lyrup, Barmera Monash, Berri, Cobdogla.

7 - Dametrius Steinert
Berri, Loxton, Nuriootpa, Tanunda, Freeling, Lobethal, Truro.

7 - Murray Wiseman
Tasmans, Ungarra, Port Neill, Wudinna, United (Le Hunte), Paruna, United (Murray Lands).


Dimma!

Good player was Dimma. Had a reasonable year at Berri but he dominated the year he played at Loxton. He was a gun. Not long after a knee recon too if I remember correctly.


Had two, possibly three stints at Loxton.
I think he played in '96 GF. Then came back a second time, where he formed a midfield partnership with Steve Hamilton. Possibly came back for one more stint in the 2000s, IIRC. Body wise, he was more than done by then. Hard as nails, though.


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Re: SAs most travelled footballer!!!

Postby jakovasaurus » Thu Jul 28, 2016 8:25 pm

BoundaryRider84 wrote:
Dogwatcher wrote:
Bum Crack wrote:
BoundaryRider84 wrote:[quote="200 Killer Wasps"]My expertise is only with country football clubs with the following featuring at the top of the SA Country list -:

13 - Shayne Mitchell
Christies Beach, Apsley, Lucindale, Border Districts, United (APFL), Ramblers, Angaston, Gawler Central, Langhorne Creek, Encounter Bay, Macclesfield, Callington United Eagles, Hornridge.

9 - John Hammer
Penola, Waybacks, Wudinna, Tumby Bay, Cummins Ramblers, Minnipa, Tailem Bend, Peake & District, Lameroo South.

9 - Brett O'Brien
Quorn Wolves, Central Augusta, West Augusta, Solomontown, West Whyalla, South Whyalla, Rocky River, Southern Flinders, Broughton Mundoora.

8 - Michael Small
Naracoorte, Pinnaroo, Apsley, Border Downs, Strathalbyn, Lucindale, West Gambier, Mundulla.

8 - Don Tschuna
Charra, Rudall, West Augusta, Wirrulla, Tailem Bend, Koonibba, Ceduna, Western United.

8 - Anthony Lippis
Loxton North, Berri, Lyrup, Loxton, Renmark, Paringa, Pinnaroo, Cobdogla.

7 - Simon Sumner
United, Paringa, Moorook, Lyrup, Barmera Monash, Berri, Cobdogla.

7 - Dametrius Steinert
Berri, Loxton, Nuriootpa, Tanunda, Freeling, Lobethal, Truro.

7 - Murray Wiseman
Tasmans, Ungarra, Port Neill, Wudinna, United (Le Hunte), Paruna, United (Murray Lands).


Dimma!

Good player was Dimma. Had a reasonable year at Berri but he dominated the year he played at Loxton. He was a gun. Not long after a knee recon too if I remember correctly.


Had two, possibly three stints at Loxton.
I think he played in '96 GF. Then came back a second time, where he formed a midfield partnership with Steve Hamilton. Possibly came back for one more stint in the 2000s, IIRC. Body wise, he was more than done by then. Hard as nails, though.


Played in Freeling's 2 gf losses in 2006 and 2007[/quote]

Incorrect. Only played the last of the three in '07.
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Re: SAs most travelled footballer!!!

Postby Dogwatcher » Fri Jul 29, 2016 9:38 am

Bum Crack wrote:
200 Killer Wasps wrote:
Dogwatcher wrote:A few names I recognise there, 200KW ;)

And no Lefty!


Paul Lefty - 6: Barmera Monash, Berri, Loxton, Loxton North, Cobdogla, Lyrup.

Not sure about George, don't think he played for any Loxton teams but did play for Paringa.

Still trying to track Terry's coaching record.

Mark Owens played at a few clubs too.


Cobby, Barmera, Renmark, Loxton, Lyrup (?), Paringa(?)
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Re: SAs most travelled footballer!!!

Postby 200 Killer Wasps » Fri Jul 29, 2016 9:57 am

Dogwatcher wrote:
Bum Crack wrote:
200 Killer Wasps wrote:
Dogwatcher wrote:A few names I recognise there, 200KW ;)

And no Lefty!


Paul Lefty - 6: Barmera Monash, Berri, Loxton, Loxton North, Cobdogla, Lyrup.

Not sure about George, don't think he played for any Loxton teams but did play for Paringa.

Still trying to track Terry's coaching record.

Mark Owens played at a few clubs too.


Cobby, Barmera, Renmark, Loxton, Lyrup (?), Paringa(?)


He played at Lyrup in 1993 when Terry Lefty coached them. Cannot remember him playing for Paringa though.
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Re: SAs most travelled footballer!!!

Postby Dogwatcher » Fri Jul 29, 2016 10:04 am

I was pretty certain about Lyrup. Uncertain about Paringa, so I'd reckon you'd be right.
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Re: SAs most travelled footballer!!!

Postby Booney » Fri Jul 29, 2016 10:09 am

Have to Mathew Pavlich, wouldn't it? ;)

350 games, say 175 of them away from Perth, 3425k's each way to Melbourne, 6850 return, 175*6850 = 1,198,750kms
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Re: SAs most travelled footballer!!!

Postby Bum Crack » Fri Jul 29, 2016 10:18 am

Dogwatcher wrote:I was pretty certain about Lyrup. Uncertain about Paringa, so I'd reckon you'd be right.

Played at Berri too
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Re: SAs most travelled footballer!!!

Postby Dogwatcher » Fri Jul 29, 2016 10:27 am

Bum Crack wrote:
Dogwatcher wrote:I was pretty certain about Lyrup. Uncertain about Paringa, so I'd reckon you'd be right.

Played at Berri too


Of course, he did. Forgot about that.
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Re: SAs most travelled footballer!!!

Postby Baron Greenback » Fri Jul 29, 2016 2:22 pm

Bum Crack wrote:
Dogwatcher wrote:I was pretty certain about Lyrup. Uncertain about Paringa, so I'd reckon you'd be right.

Played at Berri too


Nah he never played at Paringa.
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Re: SAs most travelled footballer!!!

Postby mickey » Fri Jul 29, 2016 3:02 pm

Played a season or 2 for Seaton as well

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Re: SAs most travelled footballer!!!

Postby Benchwarmer » Mon Aug 01, 2016 11:05 am

200KW

I have the following as at the end of 2006:

Marc Cox: Barossa District, Echunga, Encounter Bay, Henley, Kersbrook, North Haven, Norwood, Para Hills, Payneham-Norwood Union, Port Adelaide, Port District, Portland, Seaton Ramblers, Tea Tree Gully, Virginia, West Adelaide and West Croydon. (17 clubs)

Shayne Mitchell: Angaston, Apsley, Border Districts, Callington, Christies Beach, Encounter Bay, Fitzroy, Gawler Centrals, Glenelg, Hornridge, Kenilworth, Langhorne Creek, Lonsdale, Lucindale, Macclesfield, Ramblers and United. (17 clubs)
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Re: SAs most travelled footballer!!!

Postby Jimmy_041 » Mon Aug 01, 2016 12:25 pm

Benchwarmer wrote:200KW

I have the following as at the end of 2006:

Marc Cox: Barossa District, Echunga, Encounter Bay, Henley, Kersbrook, North Haven, Norwood, Para Hills, Payneham-Norwood Union, Port Adelaide, Port District, Portland, Seaton Ramblers, Tea Tree Gully, Virginia, West Adelaide and West Croydon. (17 clubs)

Shayne Mitchell: Angaston, Apsley, Border Districts, Callington, Christies Beach, Encounter Bay, Fitzroy, Gawler Centrals, Glenelg, Hornridge, Kenilworth, Langhorne Creek, Lonsdale, Lucindale, Macclesfield, Ramblers and United. (17 clubs)


That is astonishing
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Re: SAs most travelled footballer!!!

Postby Dogwatcher » Mon Aug 01, 2016 12:36 pm

I don't think there's enough credit being given to Shayne and Marc, not just for the unusual spelling of their names, but also the absolute commitment to spreading themselves around so many clubs. They've done a remarkable job, have probably seen more of SA and grass roots footy than most of us.
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Re: SAs most travelled footballer!!!

Postby Booney » Mon Aug 01, 2016 12:39 pm

Dogwatcher wrote:I don't think there's enough credit being given to Shayne and Marc, not just for the unusual spelling of their names, but also the absolute commitment to spreading themselves around so many clubs. They've done a remarkable job, have probably seen more of SA and grass roots footy than most of us.


Also shows a very significant commitment to learning the words to club songs.
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Re: SAs most travelled footballer!!!

Postby field of dreams » Mon Aug 01, 2016 4:27 pm

200 Killer Wasps wrote:8 - Michael Small
Naracoorte, Pinnaroo, Apsley, Border Downs, Strathalbyn, Lucindale, West Gambier, Mundulla.



Played in the 93, 94 and 97 flags for Victor Harbor. Went to Mundulla in between IIRC.

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Re: SAs most travelled footballer!!!

Postby daysofourlives » Mon Aug 01, 2016 4:29 pm

Booney wrote:
Dogwatcher wrote:I don't think there's enough credit being given to Shayne and Marc, not just for the unusual spelling of their names, but also the absolute commitment to spreading themselves around so many clubs. They've done a remarkable job, have probably seen more of SA and grass roots footy than most of us.


Also shows a very significant commitment to learning the words to club songs.


Maybe thats why Mitchell went to Callington late in his career
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Re: SAs most travelled footballer!!!

Postby Swamp Donkey » Sun Dec 18, 2016 8:35 pm

RAMS wrote:
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oldbomber wrote:Chri$ Ladham$.

Left Sanfl and played country in vic, then has been through jervois, ironbank, roxby, broadview, nairne, and even coolamon in nsw giving him a grand total of 7 clubs in only 6 years...not a bad effort


Reckon he played at moonta for a year too when his old man coached and brother played there too!!


A bit rough, he was coach of Ironbank and then got a job in the mines so couldn't continue. Played in Roxby and also at Broadview when home in 2014 and did the same this season after committing to Coolamon and then taking a job in the Hills where he lives, so played when he could for Nairne Bremer.

Ladsy was fantastic around our Club and has been great with our young list. He got involved in fundraising and put in a lot of energy both on and off the field and we look forward in his involvement next season. Oh and as for your $$ claims; he's signed on with us as not even our marquee player, there for the right reasons from what I can see!


Nor should he be your marquee player he'd be near on 37 years old.
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