22 Mens SL1 home vs Sturt Lions Seniors 3pm
***please note kick off times above
23 Womens SL away vs Stirling Seniors 3pm
21 Charity match vs Noarlunga
23 Golf Day
14 Senior Mens and Womens
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Senior Mens Latest Results
15/7/17 vs Salisbury
Senior Womens Latest Results
16/7/17 vs Para Hills Knights
Your contact for the Entertainment Books this year is Cassie Schreuder. Please don’t hesitate to call Cassie on 0413 851 318 or email on email@example.com for further information or to organise a book to be brought to you.
You can order a book online at the following link https://www.entertainmentbook.com.au/orderbooks/93u9854 or you can pay cash and receive it on the spot.
Transition Physio - Amalia Reed
South Adelaide Panthers head physiotherapist, Amalia Reed, from Transition Physiotherapy continues to support Panthers members by offering discounted physiotherapy rates.
Amalia’s approach is hands-on, functional, and goal-orientated with one-on-one appointments including manual therapy, soft tissue mobilization, dry needling, trigger point therapy, injury advice, pain science, and exercise rehabilitation.
Every client is given 100%, every time. Call 0414 169 266 or visit www.transitionphysio.com.au to book online.
Appointments available Monday-Thursday. Morning, afternoon, and after-hours appointments available.
South Adelaide Panthers Football Club is grateful to the following Sponsors for their ongoing support:
MERCHANDISE OPENING HOURS
Please note Sam and Tammy will be available at the Club for all merchandise purchases on the following days;
Monday and Wednesday 6pm - 7.30pm
Friday 6pm - 8pm
Interview with Mary Munro Corner Flag Cafe
Mary Munro may have only been involved with South Adelaide Panthers for little over a year now, but she has quickly become a Panthers favourite.
Mary runs The Corner Flag Café, and if you haven’t tried her cooking as yet, it is strongly recommended that you do.
Mary who has owned café’s previously, returned from 4 years of travelling with her husband and didn’t care to fully retire so she took the position at the Club and says that she absolutely loves it.
“My grandson brought me to the Club actually, however he left and I stayed!” Mary said.
“It is my first soccer club experience and I love it.
“I enjoy the people the most, making them happy and giving them good food.”
That ‘good food’ is all home-made and available on Wednesday’s, Thursday’s, Friday’s as well as game days across the weekend – including a $10 ‘Big Brekky’ on Sunday’s!
Mary tells that her favourite thing to make is her home-made chicken schnitzels and lasagne, but she always does her best to meet any special requests that come through the Café.
Despite being prime for relaxing in her retirement, Mary confirms that we aren’t to fear of her leaving any time soon.
“I can see myself being here a little while longer, 4 or 5 years I would think. I just really love it, I really do,” she said.
“I am making a little bit of money for the Club and I am happy about that!”