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Post by Mickyj on Thu Nov 08, 2018 8:04 pm

goddy11 wrote:
Mickyj wrote:Any truth in the talk on SA footy of Hannath from Central's coming to us ?
I think BigPhil mentioned the Eags. He would know. If it was Wednesday I could ask my Centrals contact. I don't know much about him.

I've asked on talking footy could be right 
I've asked on Facebook pages and central's fans don't know .

Seems Roy is cleaning house at Elizabeth.
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Post by goddy11 on Tue Nov 13, 2018 6:40 pm

PORT Adelaide premiership player Jarrad Schofield says his teenage son – a star on the rise

– has his heart set on following in his footsteps and playing for the Power.

An All-Australian under-16 player this year, Taj Schofield has relocated from Perth to Adelaide with his family and is available to Port as a fatherson selection at the 2020 national draft.

The 16-year-old has joined SANFL club Woodville-West Torrens, where he will play alongside fellow Power fatherson prospects Jackson Mead and Trent Burgoyne, who are eligible for next year’s draft.

Taj also will next year join the pair at Henley High School, where he has been accepted into the school’s prestigious specialist sport football program – one that has helped produce the two brightest talents at this year’s draft, Eagle Jack Lukosius and West Adelaide’s Izak Rankine.

“There’s been a lot of talk about Taj,’’ said Jarrad, who has joined Port as an assistant coach after leading WAFL club Subiaco to three premierships.

“He’s still got two years ahead of him (before he is eligible for the draft) and if it was to happen, it would be fantastic for him. If you ask him, he would definitely say his heart is close to Port Adelaide and I dare say he’d love to wear these (Power) colours.

“But we will cross that bridge when we get to it.’’

Taj earnt All-Australian under-16 selection playing for Western Australia this year and finished the season on a high by winning a colts premiership with Subiaco.

He has been selected in the South Australian hub of the new-look AFL Academy squads, along with Mead and Burgoyne, and is a member of Port’s Next Generation Academy. Jarrad played 131 games as a midfielder for the Power from 1999-2004, winning a flag in his last season at the club, after starting his career with West Coast.
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Re: Comings and goings 2018 to 2019

Post by Mickyj on Tue Nov 13, 2018 7:10 pm

goddy11 wrote:PORT Adelaide premiership player Jarrad Schofield says his teenage son – a star on the rise

– has his heart set on following in his footsteps and playing for the Power.

An All-Australian under-16 player this year, Taj Schofield has relocated from Perth to Adelaide with his family and is available to Port as a fatherson selection at the 2020 national draft.

The 16-year-old has joined SANFL club Woodville-West Torrens, where he will play alongside fellow Power fatherson prospects Jackson Mead and Trent Burgoyne, who are eligible for next year’s draft.

Taj also will next year join the pair at Henley High School, where he has been accepted into the school’s prestigious specialist sport football program – one that has helped produce the two brightest talents at this year’s draft, Eagle Jack Lukosius and West Adelaide’s Izak Rankine.

“There’s been a lot of talk about Taj,’’ said Jarrad, who has joined Port as an assistant coach after leading WAFL club Subiaco to three premierships.

“He’s still got two years ahead of him (before he is eligible for the draft) and if it was to happen, it would be fantastic for him. If you ask him, he would definitely say his heart is close to Port Adelaide and I dare say he’d love to wear these (Power) colours.

“But we will cross that bridge when we get to it.’’

Taj earnt All-Australian under-16 selection playing for Western Australia this year and finished the season on a high by winning a colts premiership with Subiaco.

He has been selected in the South Australian hub of the new-look AFL Academy squads, along with Mead and Burgoyne, and is a member of Port’s Next Generation Academy. Jarrad played 131 games as a midfielder for the Power from 1999-2004, winning a flag in his last season at the club, after starting his career with West Coast.
Thanks Goddy I hadn't heard about this one .
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Post by goddy11 Yesterday at 4:50 pm

Just to keep this topic going , has the support group to Lonergan been appointed. A new coach coming in will have no idea on players there at present. Capabilities and potential. Will Sam be involved in recruiting?
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Post by Mickyj Yesterday at 5:59 pm

goddy11 wrote:Just to keep this topic going , has the support group to Lonergan been appointed. A new coach coming in will have no idea on players there at present. Capabilities and potential. Will Sam be involved in recruiting?

Unless I'm wrong one of Sams interviews I think I heard they are staying on I could be wrong .
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