Under new coach Nathan Bassett, the team lost the first four games, but won 14 and lost 10 games,
reaching the Grand Final but losing narrowly to Central District by 6 points, 9-11 to 10-11.
Tim Weatherald played his 300th SANFL game against Port Adelaide at Alberton Oval, June 19.
Eight players were taken into the AFL draft at the completion of the season.
Much loved former player and administrator Ian Stasinowsky passed away, October 22.
Four new light towers installed to replace the originals which were there since 1951.
A season of mixed fortunes, winning 15 games and losing 8 to finish in third position.
The club won the Stanley H Lewis Memorial Trophy for the twelfth time.
The Redlegs Foundation was launched on April 1, the purpose was to provide financial assistance
to former Norwood players.
James Gallagher and Stuart Bown completed their 200th games for Norwood during the season.
Norwood won their 28th premiership by winning 20 games, losing 2, and defeating West Adelaide
12-7 to 3-12, the 20 wins setting a new record for the most wins in a season.
The club won the Stanley H Lewis Memorial Trophy for the thirteenth time.
Coach: Nathan Bassett
F: Ben Warren, Luke Jericho, Simon Phillips
HF: Andrew Kirwan, Brady Dawe, James Gallagher
C: James Aish, Matt Suckling, Nathan Batsanis
HB: Luke Brown, Michael Chippendale, Dean Terlich
B: Jace Bode, Alex Georgiou, Ben Jefferies
Ruck: Angus Clarke, Jaryd Cachia, Tim Webber
Res: Brett Zorzi (a/c), Ed Smart, Josh Donohue
Dean Terlich was awarded the Jack Oatey Medal as best on ground in the Grand Final.
The premiership was even more meritorious considering the loss of captain Kieran McGuinness
early in the season due to injury.
Norwood won the Under 16 premiership.
Norwood won their 29th premiership by winning 20 games, losing 2, and defeating North Adelaide
10-12 to 4-8.
Coach: Nathan Bassett
F: Ben Warren, Darren Pfeiffer, Simon Phillips
HF: Matt Thomas, Brady Dawe, Trent Dumont
C: James Aish, Brett Zorzi, Ben Jefferies
HB: Andrew Kirwan, Lewis Stevenson, Matt Fuller
B: Jace Bode, Alex Georgiou (vc), Kieran McGuinness (c)
Ruck: Sam Baulderstone, Mitchell Grigg, Matt Suckling
Res: Tim Webber, Liam Davis, Orazio Fantasia
Opposing coaches Nathan Bassett (Norwood) and Andy Collins (West Adelaide) clashed at half
time in the players' race, April 25.
Matthew Thomas was awarded the Magarey Medal as fairest and most brilliant player in the SANFL.
Brett Zorzi was awarded the Jack Oatey Medal as best on ground in the Grand Final.
Matt Suckling was awarded the Bob Quinn Medal as best on ground in the Anzac Day Match
against West Adelaide.
Under new coach Ben Warren, Norwood won their 30th premiership with 14 wins, 7 losses, and
defeating Port Adelaide Magpies 12-10 to 11-12.
This was the first SANFL Grand Final played at Adelaide Oval since 1973.
Coach: Ben Warren
F: Brady Dawe, Michael Newton, Kane Murphy
HF: Ed Smart, Liam Davis, Simon Phillips
C: Ben Jefferies, Kristian Roocke, Anthony Wilson
HB: Andrew Kirwan, Alex Forster, Gavin Hughes
B: Jace Bode (vc), Kieran McGuinness (c), Michael Chippendale
Ruck: Sam Baulderstone, Matthew Panos, Tim Webber (vc)
Res: Callum Bartlett, James Allan, Josh Donohue
Matthew Panos was awarded the Jack Oatey Medal as best on ground in the Grand Final.
After winning 3 premierships in succession, the club won 9 of the first 10 games and were sitting
on top of the ladder, winning only 2 more games and lost 7 to finish 5th at the end of the season.
The first season of the EP Livestock & Real Estate Academy was very successful in engaging
players from our newly accrued country zone on the Eyre Peninsula.
Peter Persinos was awarded the Bob Quinn Medal as best on ground in the Anzac Day Match
against Port Adelaide Magpies.
Dylan Reinbrecht was awarded the Reserves Magarey Medal.
The Under 18s won the premiership, defeating W-WT Eagles 12-5 to 8-11.
Jack Bollmeyer was awarded the Tomkins-McCallum Medal for the Under 18 competition.
In a very disappointing season, the club won 6 games and lost 12 to finish in 8th position on the
ladder for the first time in the club's history.
The 'Build the Fort' campaign launched to raise money for new social clubrooms.
In a season where the club lost 4 games by less than a goal, 10 wins, 8 losses and a draw was
good enough to make the finals, but lost to Central District in the Elimination Final.
Mitchell Grigg was awarded the Magarey Medal as fairest and most brilliant player in the SANFL.
In the inaugural season of the SANFL Statewide Super Women's League, Norwood won the
premiership, defeating North Adelaide 9-11 to 6-2.
After losing three matches of the first four rounds, Norwood had a very good season finishing as minor premiers with 14 wins and 4 losses. The club won the Second Semi Final against W-WT Eagles comfortably but were defeated by North Adelaide in the Grand Final, 15-15 to 19-10.Norwood won the prestigious Stanley H Lewis Trophy for the 14th time.For the second year in succession, Mitchell Grigg won the Magarey Medal and topped off his season by winning the Jack Oatey Medal for a brilliant six goal performance in the Grand Final.To celebrate our 140th year, the club released a book titled “140 years of the Red and the Blue” and honoured five of our greats by elevating them to Legend status in the Hall of Fame. The inductees were Walter Scott, Wally Miller, Michael Taylor, Michael Aish and Garry McIntosh. The evening incorporated the 40th anniversary of our 1978 League and Reserves premiership teams.On 14th July at Unley Oval, Norwood recovered from a four goal deficit at ¾ time and kicked 13-1 to 0-1 in the final term to win by 54 points. This was the second highest quarter score in Norwood’s history, the highest being 13-6 versus Woodville at Norwood Oval, 25 August 1990.
On the 19th January, club legend Wally Miller OAM was awarded Life Membership of the Australian Football League for special service to the game, and in June the club honoured him with a special luncheon.The season was inconsistent (12 wins, 8 losses) and ultimately disappointing. We won the first 5 matches but then the season got away from us.The Reserves won the premiership with a good win over W-WT Eagles 13-5 to 9-10. Luke Surman won the Bob Lee Medal as best on ground in the Grand Final. Jed Spence won the Reserves Magarey Medal.Najwa Allen won the medal for the best player in the SANFLW competition.
A Team from 2010 to 2019:
Coach: Nathan Bassett
F: Ben Warren, Michael Newton, Simon Phillips
HF: Ed Smart, Brady Dawe, Mitchell Grigg
C: Anthony Wilson, Matthew Panos, James Gallagher
HB: Matthew Fuller, Michael Chippendale, Ben Jefferies
B: Jace Bode, Kieran McGuinness (c), Alex Georgiou
Ruck: Sam Baulderstone, Brett Zorzi (vc), Tim Webber
Res: Josh Donohue, Andrew Kirman, Matt Suckling, Dean Terlich, Brad McKenzie, Matthew Nunn