CHELSEA FOOTBALL CLUB - HOME OF THE SEAGULLS

MUSEUM TREASURES

1976 - 2000

1976 to 1985 Danny Jenkins Kitbag

Danny Jenkins used this kitbag for every one of his 198 games for Norwood from 1976 to 1985. Jenkins was appointed club captain in 1984.

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1977 Ardath Cup

The Ardath cup was awarded to the winner of the National Football League Championship Series.

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1978 John Wynne Guernsey

Guernsey worn by John Wynne in the 1978 Grand Final when Norwood defeated Sturt by one point. 1978 was also Norwood's centenary year.

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1978 Miniature TS Hill Premiership Trophy

The 1978 Premiership was won by Norwood over Sturt by one point. The match, attended by 50,867 spectators was the club's 24th SANFL premiership and its second since 1950.

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1982 Greg Turbill Club Champion Medal

Greg Turbill captained the team to the 1982 premiership and played 128 games.

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1982 Rick Neagle Grand Final Boots

Rick Neagle played 66 games for Norwood between 1982 and 1987. He played as a rover, half-forward flanker, forward pocket or wingman.

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1984 Brewery Chimney Trophy

In an annual ritual since 1954, the colours of the SANFL premiership team are painted onto the top of the West End brewery chimney, then located on Hindley Street.

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1984 Danny Jenkins Boots

Danny Jenkins played 198 games for Norwood from 1976 to 1985. He was appointed club captain in 1984.

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1984 Stanley H Lewis Trophy

Stanley H. Lewis was Chairman of the South Australian National Football League from 1950 to 1961

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1986 John Marriott Team of an Era Medal

John Marriott first played for Norwood in1947 aged 17; in 1951 he won the Magarey Medal.

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1987 Medal for Most Magarey Medal Votes - Garry McIntosh

Garry McIntosh polled the most number of votes in the 1987 Magarey Medal but was ineligible due to suspension

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1995 Rodney Maynard Lycra Guernsey

Lycra guernseys were worn by NFC players in the 1994 and 1995 seasons during Neil Craig's term as coach.

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1998 Garry McIntosh Bronzed Boots

A dual Magarey Medallist, Garry McIntosh is considered one of the greatest footballers not to play in the VFL/AFL competition.

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