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Port Adelaide clinches 44th League minor premiership

Port Adelaide will play in the second semi final against the winner of Norwood and Sturt in two weeks
PORT ADELAIDE has finished on top of the League ladder for the 44th time after a successful season under the guidance of coach Garry Hocking and captain Steven Summerton.

The Magpies finished the season with a 12-6 win-loss ledger, with wins over the other nine competing clubs at least once during the year.

After losing its first game to Norwood under lights at the Parade, Port Adelaide set its season up with a nine-game winning run.

Finishing a win and percentage clear of Norwood in second place, the Magpies will now go into its September campaign with both the first weekend of finals off and a double chance.

Port Adelaide's first major round appearance will be the second semi-final on the weekend of 5-7 September at the Adelaide Oval against the winner of next Saturday's qualifying final between Norwood and Sturt.

South Adelaide and Woodville-West Torrens will play the knockout elimination final at the Oval after finishing in fourth and fifth places respectively.

The confirmation of Port Adelaide's first SANFL finals appearance since 2008 comes after the club's 103-point victory over Carlton last night, which assured it a home AFL final at the Oval this year.

The Port Adelaide Academy and Under-18 Elite Football Academy sides failed to qualify for their respective finals campaigns.

portadelaidefc.com.au will have further information on Port Adelaide's SANFL finals campaign as information becomes available.

View the 2014 Final Minor Round ladder
View the 2014 SANFL IGA League season results
View the 2014 SANFL Reserves season results
View the 2014 SANFL Under-18 season results
View the 2014 SANFL Under-16 season results


SANFL minor finals ticket prices
Adults $15.00
Concession $10.00
Children (6-17 years) $4.00
Family (two adults, two children) $30.00
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