Adelaide Crows

Adelaide CrowsOne of two AFL teams based in South Australia, the Adelaide Crows entered the AFL in 1991. They then enjoyed terrific success in the late 90s, winning back-to-back AFL flags in 1997 and 1998. After playing at Football Park for most of their history, the Crows moved to the Adelaide Oval in 2014.

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2016 was a very successful year for Adelaide. Despite losing superstar Patrick Dangerfield they finished 5th on the ladder – higher than their position the previous season. The Crows defeated North Melbourne in the first week of the finals before losing to the Sydney Swans in the semi-final.

Senior coach: Don Pyke
Captain: Taylor Walker
2016 finish: 5th (6th after finals)
2016 best and fairest: Rory Sloane
2016 leading goalkicker: Eddie Betts (75)
Premierships: 1997, 1998

2017 Team List
Jonathon Beech, Brad Crouch, Riley Knight, Josh Jenkins, Scott Thompson, Jake Lever, Jordan Gallucci, Jake Kelly, Rory Sloane, Harrison Wigg, Paul Seedsman, Daniel Talia, Taylor Walker, David Mackay, Kyle Hartigan, Luke Brown, Curtly Hampton, Eddie Betts, Hugh Greenwood, Rory Atkins, Andy Otten, Charlie Cameron, Sam Jacobs, Kyle Cheney, Richard Douglas, Tom Lynch, Cam Ellis-Yolmen, Rory Laird, Wayne Milera, Myles Poholke, Troy Menzel, Brodie Smith, Elliott Himmelberg, Matthew Signorello, Dean Gore, Paul Hunter, Harry Dear, Tom Doedee, Ben Davis, Mitch McGovern, Alex Keath, Reilly O’Brien, Matt Crouch, Ben Jarman.

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Last updated: 30 March, 2017

Adelaide Crows Articles

Hawks hammer Crows in another 2017 upset

Hawks hammer Crows in another 2017 upset

by , 23 Jun 2017

Ball magnet Tom Mitchell has inspired Hawthorn to an upset 14-point victory against AFL ladder-leaders Adelaide.

Adelaide Crows vs Hawthorn Hawks Highlights: AFL live scores, blog

Adelaide Crows vs Hawthorn Hawks Highlights: AFL live scores, blog

by , 22 Jun 2017 Popular article! Video

2017’s biggest improver takes on the year’s biggest slider when the ladder-leading Adelaide Crows host the 17th-placed Hawthorn Hawks at the Adelaide Oval. Join The Roar for live scores, analysis and highlights from 7:50pm (AEST).

Thursday Night Forecast: Adelaide Crows vs Hawthorn Hawks

Thursday Night Forecast: Adelaide Crows vs Hawthorn Hawks

by , 22 Jun 2017

This looked to be one of the matches of the season at the start of the year, but while the ladder may tell us we’re in for a bloodbath, there’s still plenty to watch out for when the Crows and Hawks clash to kick off Round 14.

Lynch: Crows can get better

by , 16 Jun 2017

Pacesetters Adelaide have learnt from recent reality checks as they prepare to launch into the business end of the AFL season, forward Tom Lynch says.

The AFL ladder is total mess. Which teams are set to capitalise?

The AFL ladder is total mess. Which teams are set to capitalise?

by , 14 Jun 2017

After a chaotic Round 12, the AFL ladder is almost completely up in the air. The gap between fifth and 17th is just two wins, and most of the competition can harbour realistic finals ambitions with half of the season still to come. I told you so: the 2017 AFL season is lit.

Pyke demands Adelaide improvements despite 57-point victory

Pyke demands Adelaide improvements despite 57-point victory

by , 10 Jun 2017

Adelaide are one of the AFL’s pacesetters midway through the season but coach Don Pyke says they will be quickly caught if they don’t improve.

Adelaide Crows vs St Kilda Saints Highlights: AFL live scores, blog

Adelaide Crows vs St Kilda Saints Highlights: AFL live scores, blog

by , 9 Jun 2017

Coming off disappointing losses, both the Adelaide Crows and the St Kilda Saints will want to redeem themselves with a win when they lock horns at the Adelaide Oval. Join us here on The Roar for all the live scores and coverage from 7:50pm (AEST).

Adelaide vs St Kilda: Friday Night Forecast

Adelaide vs St Kilda: Friday Night Forecast

by , 9 Jun 2017

A huge game in the context of the AFL season looms, as the freshened up St Kilda Saints journey west to face the might of the Adelaide Crows.

WATCH: Geelong vs Adelaide: Tom Hawkins in hot water for jumper-punch

WATCH: Geelong vs Adelaide: Tom Hawkins in hot water for jumper-punch

by , 3 Jun 2017 Video

Geelong Cats key forward Tom Hawkins could become the first player to be suspended under the AFL’s revised approach to jumper-punches, after an incident during his side’s important win over the Adelaide Crows.

Hawkins does not deserve jumper punch ban: Scott

Hawkins does not deserve jumper punch ban: Scott

by , 3 Jun 2017 Video

Geelong coach Chris Scott fears Tom Hawkins’ ill-timed jumper punch could result in the Cats spearhead copping an undeserved suspension for the second time in as many years.


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