Ex-Adelaide United captain Travis Dodd played six successful seasons with his home town club. The former Socceroos player went One on One with Tom Staggard to talk about his time with the Reds, his surprise move to Perth and his involvement in football today.
James McKechnie went from training in a pool in the north of Adelaide to competing for a Commonwealth Games medal against some of the world’s fastest swimmers. He went One on One with Tom Staggard to talk about his journey so far and his Olympic aspirations.
It took 11 years, numerous state premierships and best & fairests, but at 28-years-old Ian Callinan was drafted to the AFL. The Tasmanian made an instant impact in the SANFL with Central District and then on the big stage with the Adelaide Crows. He went One on One with Jack Hudson to reflect on his career.
Sturt’s Danyle Pearce had a lethal left foot and was the first winner of the AFL Rising Star award to come off the Rookie List. After 258 games with Port Adelaide and Fremantle, Pearce returned has returned to the Double Blues to finish off his playing days. He went One on One with Jack Hudson.
Wayne Phillips has done just about everything in his cricket career. He’s made hundreds for Australia, won the Sheffield Shield and coached some of South Australia’s most recognisable modern day cricketers. He went One on One with Tom Staggard to talk about his career.
He’s a dual All-Australian, a former Port Adelaide captain and a member of the final Fitzroy Football Club AFL side.
Now, Matthew Primus is coaching part-time with the Southport Sharks in Queensland, and he went One on One with Jack Hudson.
Having already represented Argentina on the international stage at under 20 level, Marcelo Carrusca became a fan favourite at Adelaide United. The talented attacking midfielder would then go on to win a FFA Cup and a premiership with the Reds. Having recently announced his retirement from football, he went One on One with Jack Hudson.
All the action from the round five SANFL clash between Central District and Adelaide at X Convenience Oval – captured by Jack Hudson.
Originally from Darwin, Jake Weatherald moved to Adelaide as a teenager to attend Prince Alfred College, spending his secondary schooling days “playing cricket, footy and chasing girls”.
Almost 10 years later, the dashing left-handed batsman is now a staple in the South Australia Redbacks and Adelaide Strikers sides, and he went One on One with Grady Hudd to talk about his rise through the Sheffield Shield and Big Bash League ranks.