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Fantasy review: Round 17

Calvin reviews Round 17 AFL Fantasy action

10:27am  Jul 28, 2015

Two Power men named in Sheahan's teams of the decades

Mike Sheahan picks his best teams of 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s and 2000s

9:16am  Jul 28, 2015

Wingard investigated by Review Panel

Livewire's tackle comes under scrutiny of Match Review Panel

8:17pm  Jul 27, 2015

Having been firmly entrenched in its local heartland since 1870, Port Adelaide's guiding mantra is simple: 

We Exist To Win Premierships and Make Our Community Proud.

Port Adelaide is widely regarded as operating the best community programs in the AFL, and it makes its community proud every day through its engaging community initiatives.

Since we joined the competition in 1997, we have worked in schools and youth groups and with South Australia's Aboriginal and multicultural communities to build greater social cohesion in Adelaide and beyond. 

Today, Port Adelaide employees seven full-time Community staff members and a number of casuals, consulatants and ambassadors to extend its programs into remote South Australia and the Northern Territory. 

At home, Port Adelaide's community programs are focussed on Youth and Aboriginal program pillars, with a number of other initiatives impacting in multicultural, defence and other demographics and interest areas.

Port Adelaide also plays away in the community, developing a China strategy to help engage and introduce football to the most populous nation on the planet.


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Power of goodwill: What $10k will do for childhood cancer

Travis Boak's ambassadorship leads to a greater partnership between footy and childhood cancer support.

5:38pm Jul 21, 2015

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Port Adelaide given Kaurna language name

The Magpie will forever be part of the fabric of Port Adelaide, with local Kaurna cultural custodians giving the club a language name - Kurraka.

3:20pm Jul 9, 2015

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Aboriginal Academy player named in U18 All-Australian team

Brandon Parfitt first AAA player to make All-Australian underage squad.

10:27am Jul 7, 2015

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Another successful Aboriginal Power Cup

The annual Aboriginal Power Cup carnival has wrapped up.

9:15am Jun 6, 2015

PTV: Our Empowering Youth Program

Ruckman Matt Lobbe and Olympian Erin Phillips talk about the club's Empowering Youth Program

July 21, 2015  3:19 PM