Stellar Season Stats and More Milestones

Stellar Season Stats and More Milestones

The B’s had a stellar season.  The following shows how they’ve stacked up against Uni Whites’ season stats since 2003: The highest points per game (2.2), equal to the infamous C’s of 2015. The only team to score more points was the A’s in 2003 (48), when they played 22 games. Most goals scored (86).  Next was … read more.

Another Century and Records Tumble

Another Century and Records Tumble

Another White has joined the prestigious Century Club.  Congratulations to Simon “Michael” Clarke who capped off his century with a goal against the hapless Blues. Plaudits also go to Ellery “Richie Jnr” Shopen who has become the Whites leading goal scorer (since 2003).  On his way to knocking Richie “The Don” Coburn from top spot, he hit 9 past … read more.

Four More 50s for the Class of 2015

Four More 50s for the Class of 2015

Close on the heels of Max Demianyk, four more Adelaide Uni students initiated at the Whites in 2015 have notched up their 50th game.   Congrats to B’s stalwart and potty-mouth James Reilly, 2015 JWM winner Damo Holoubek, C’s lovechild Christian Roschi and Bres Academy graduate Dan Antony. The growing list of recent half-centurions bodes well for the Whites. It’s great to have players sticking with the … read more.

50 for the Prodigal Son

50 for the Prodigal Son

George Tan‘s mantle as the player to reach 50 matches over the longest period has only lasted a few weeks.  He passes it to inaugural E’s player-manager Ryan Harrowfield, who first played for the Whites in 2007. Ryan last played for the Whites back in 2012, taking a sabbatical to raise four boys.  He’s over that now though, and is back … read more.

E’s vs Unley

It was a dark and stormy night. Well actually no, it was just cold, but nowhere near as cold as Woodside. Actually wasn’t that dark either, as magically the lights stayed on for the whole game. Nonetheless Unley looked perturbed, as they had a right too, and not just because they were Unley. And not … read more.