IN THE first episode of Timmy's Time Machine, a new weekly show to portadelaidefc.com.au, seven-time premiership player Tim Ginever sits down with former teammate Mark Tylor.
Tylor was one of the games' most prolific forwards throughout the early 90s, claiming two Ken Farmer Medals and a further third Port Adelaide leading goalkicker award during a 174-game career.
Ginever and Tylor cover a range of topics, including Tylor's upbringing and the journey that brought him to Port Adelaide, what it was like at the club when Port declared its intention to make a bid for an AFL license and also go into depth about the 1994 Grand Final.
Stay tuned to portadelaidefc.com.au over the coming weeks for further episodes with other Port Adelaide legends as Timmy's Time Machine reveals the untold stories of the legends and characters of the club.
- 1.04: Growing up in Taperoo and junior football
- 4.30: Being invited to play for Port Adelaide
- 7.39: Breaking into the senior side and the premiership double of 1988
- 12.14: The moment the club announced the intention to make a bid for the AFL
- 14.10: The turning point in Mark Tylor’s career
- 19.22: Making the move the defence after winning two Ken Farmer Medals
- 22.22: Discussing the 1994 Grand Final
- 26.26: That handball to Roger Delaney at the end of ‘94
- 27.47: The strong relationships between Port Adelaide’s premiership teams