25 Womens SL home vs Comets
Reserves away vs Comets 1.30pm
30 Panther Party/Disco
1 Mens SL1 away vs Raiders
7 Team Photos
8 Quiz Night
21 Charity match vs Noarlunga
23 Golf Day
14 Senior Mens and Womens
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Senior Mens Latest Results
17/6/17 vs Western Strikers
Senior Womens Latest Results
22/6/17 vs Comets
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
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
Transition Physio Special Offer
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.
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Interview with U17 Pink Panther Coach Lars Petersen
U15 League Champions 2016 after defeating Modbury Vista 1 nil to secure the title
Lars Petersen first came to South Adelaide Panthers in 2010 with his daughter Renae who was a part of the Club’s first U11 Girls team - the team who were affectionately known as ‘Kimbo’s Cubs’ after Kim Goode who coached them at the time.
Since then, Lars has taken on coaching roles at the Club in the Under 11’s (1 season), Under 13’s (2 seasons), Under 15’s (2 seasons) and currently Lars leads the Under 17’s.
In 2016, Lars found great success with the Under 15’s, winning the League in the Blue division.
When asked what he loves about coaching Juniors, the answer comes easily.
“Watching their development not just on the pitch but off the pitch at school/work even other sports,” he said.
“You can have a kid join the team with no confidence or self-belief and by just being patient and forgiving you see them grow and change and start believing in themselves.
“It has also been rewarding to see players you coached in younger age groups progress onto Seniors; it’s great to see them achieve goals they set themselves as young players and follow through on them.”
As with anyone involved with the Panthers, the sense of community keeps Lars involved year after year.
“The Girls side of the club has been and continues to be very close. All of the teams and coaches have always been very supportive and loyal to each other.
“Coaches work closely together, players from one age group to the other all know each other and there’s a good social feel while still retaining the competitive drive that is needed and will see us achieve success and help us grow the sport and the girls program at the club.
“The facilities are good and continue to improve and grow, obviously this is a result of a good committee and dedicated volunteers.”
As for future coaching aspirations, Lars doesn’t look too far in to the future.
“This is my 6th season so I’m currently just taking it 1 season at a time until there comes a time when the players need to hear a new voice.
“I’m not one to sit back and let everybody do all the work, so even if I don’t continue coaching I’m sure I will stay involved in some other capacity.”
Footnote- Lars was awarded the Womens Football Manager Award in season 2016 for his contribution to the Club over many years.
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Below- The U15 Superstitious Pre-match Line-up Routine (it sure worked!!)