This week’s SANFL wrap from Zac Milbank includes a bird’s eye view of Adelaide Oval.
Parachutists that descended on the Oval in the lead up to ANZAC Day’s Grand Final replay wore Go Pro cameras giving you a perfect view of what it’s like to jump out of a plane and land on the pot marked ‘X” on the Oval’s surface.
The round four action also features a four-bounce running goal.
The 2014 FOXTEL Cup competition starts at Adelaide Oval tonight with defending championsWest Adelaide playing the Western Storm.
The competition pits the best teams from each state league competition against each other in a knockout format.
2013 FOXTEL Cup champions West Adelaide will be joined by each of the 2013 state league premiers from the SANFL (Norwood), VFL (Box Hill Hawks) and the WAFL (West Perth). East Perth (WAFL), Williamstown (VFL), Western Storm (TSL) and Aspley (NEAFL) have earned the final positions among the leading eight state league sides in the country.
AFL General Manager Broadcasting, Scheduling and Major Projects Simon Lethlean said the AFL was delighted with the continued strength of the teams that would contest the fourth season of the FOXTEL Cup, with one title now having been claimed by an SANFL club (West Adelaide, 2013), a WAFL club (Claremont, 2012) and a VFL club (Williamstown, 2011) since the competition’s launch in 2011.
All 2014 FOXTEL Cup matches will be broadcast on FOX FOOTY in the prime time slot of 8pm.
This week’s SANFL televised match on 7Mate will be the history-making Adelaide v Port Adelaide reserves clash.
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