List of South Australian Lacrosse Premiers

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Men's Premiership Trophy: C L Abbott Shield (1924- )

Men's Minor Premiership Trophy: Chisholm Trophy (1963- )

Women's Premiership Trophy: Rowley Shield (1962- )

Year Men Women
Premiers Runners-up Premiers Minor Premiers Grand Final
1885* Adelaide[1][2] Noarlunga[1][2] no competition
1886* Adelaide[3] Noarlunga[3]
1887* North Adelaide[4] Adelaide[4]
1888 North Adelaide[5] Adelaide[5]
1889 North Adelaide[6] Adelaide[6]
1890 Adelaide University[7] Adelaide[7]
1891 Adelaide University[8] Iroquois[9]
1892 Iroquois[7] Adelaide University[7]
1893 Iroquois[10] Adelaide University
North Adelaide[10]
1894 Adelaide University[11] North Adelaide
Iroquois[11]
1895 Adelaide University[12] North Adelaide[12]
1896 Adelaide University[13] North Adelaide[13]
1897 North Adelaide[14] Adelaide University[14]
1898 Adelaide University[15] North Adelaide[15]
1899 Iroquois[16] Adelaide University[16]
1900 Iroquois[17] Adelaide University[17]
1901 Iroquois[18] Adelaide University[18]
1902 Adelaide University[19] Sturt
Holdfast Bay[19]
1903 Sturt[20] Adelaide University[20]
1904 Port Adelaide[21] Sturt[21]
1905 Sturt[22] East Torrens[22]
1906 Sturt[23] North Adelaide[23]
1907 Sturt[24] East Torrens
North Adelaide[24]
1908 Adelaide University[25] North Adelaide[25]
Premiers Minor Premiers Grand Final
1909 North Adelaide East Torrens[26] North Adelaide 9 – 4 East Torrens[27]
1910 North Adelaide North Adelaide[28] Sturt 3 – 10 North Adelaide[29]
1911 Sturt Sturt[30] Sturt 9 – 2 Adelaide University[31]
1912 Sturt Sturt[32] Sturt 12 – 7 Port Adelaide[33]
1913 Sturt Adelaide University[34] Sturt 15 – 4 Adelaide University[35]
1914 Sturt Sturt[36] Adelaide University 1 – 5 Sturt[37]
1915 Sturt East Torrens[38] Sturt 4 – 0 East Torrens[39]
1916 no competition – First World War[40][41][42]
1917
1918
1919 Sturt East Torrens[43] Sturt 7 – 3 East Torrens[44]
1920 Sturt Sturt[45] Sturt 10 – 0 East Torrens[46]
1921 Sturt Sturt[47] no finals played[47]
Adelaide University runners-up[47]
East Torrens win "Eliminating Round" post-season knockout competition defeating Sturt 6-2[48]
1922 East Torrens East Torrens[49] East Torrens 6 – 3 Sturt[50]
1923 Adelaide University Adelaide University[51] Adelaide University 4 – 0 North Adelaide[51]
1924 Adelaide University Adelaide University[52] Adelaide University 5 – 2 North Adelaide[52]
1925 Sturt Sturt[53] Sturt 11 – 3 East Torrens[54]
1926 Goodwood Goodwood[55] Goodwood 4 – 3 Sturt (ET)[55]
1927 North Adelaide North Adelaide[56] North Adelaide 9 – 4 Sturt[57]
1928 North Adelaide North Adelaide[58] Goodwood 2 – 11 North Adelaide[59]
1929 North Adelaide North Adelaide[60] Goodwood 10 – 13 North Adelaide[61]
1930 Sturt Sturt[62] East Torrens 3 – 9 Sturt[63]
1931 Port Adelaide Port Adelaide[64] Port Adelaide 9 – 7 Goodwood[65]
1932 Port Adelaide Sturt[66] Port Adelaide 13 – 6 Sturt[67]
1933 East Torrens East Torrens[68] Sturt 7 – 14 East Torrens[69]
1934 Sturt Sturt[70] Sturt 11 – 4 East Torrens[71]
1935 Sturt East Torrens[72] Sturt 7 – 6 East Torrens[73]
1936 East Torrens East Torrens[74] Brighton 7 – 10 East Torrens[75]
1937 Brighton East Torrens[76] Brighton 11 – 8 East Torrens[77]
1938 Brighton Brighton[78] Brighton 13 – 10 St Peter's Glenelg[79]
1939 Brighton Brighton[80] Brighton 9 – 7 East Torrens[81]
1940 Brighton Brighton[82] East Torrens 3 – 13 Brighton[83]
1941 East Torrens East Torrens[84] Brighton 11 – 12 East Torrens (ET)[85]
1942 Adelaide University Adelaide University[86] Adelaide University 16 – 12 East Torrens[87]
1943 East Torrens East Torrens[88] Adelaide University 12 – 14 East Torrens[89]
1944 Adelaide University Adelaide University[90] Adelaide University 28 – 13 East Torrens[91]
1945 West Torrens Brighton[92] West Torrens 11 – 6 Brighton[93]
1946 Brighton Brighton[94] Brighton 9 – 8 East Torrens[95]
1947 East Torrens East Torrens[96] East Torrens 8 – 4 Brighton[97]
1948 East Torrens East Torrens[98] East Torrens 5 – 4 Brighton[99]
1949 Port Adelaide East Torrens[100] Port Adelaide 11 – 8 East Torrens[101]
1950 East Torrens Port Adelaide[102] East Torrens 14 – 7 Port Adelaide[103]
1951 East Torrens East Torrens[104] East Torrens 10 – 5 Port Adelaide[105]
1952 East Torrens East Torrens[106] Port Adelaide 9 – 13 East Torrens[107]
1953 East Torrens East Torrens[108] East Torrens 15 – 8 North Adelaide[109]
1954 East Torrens East Torrens[110] East Torrens 8 – 6 Sturt[111]
1955 Port Adelaide Port Adelaide Port Adelaide 13 – 8 Sturt
1956 Sturt Port Adelaide Port Adelaide 8 – 13 Sturt
1957 East Torrens East Torrens Port Adelaide 8 – 17 East Torrens
1958 Port Adelaide Port Adelaide Port Adelaide 11 – 7 North Adelaide
1959 Port Adelaide Port Adelaide Port Adelaide 20 – 14 Brighton (replay)
1960 North Adelaide North Adelaide North Adelaide 20 – 10 Port Adelaide
1961 Brighton North Adelaide North Adelaide 9 – 17 Brighton
1962 Brighton Sturt Sturt 9 – 12 Brighton Brighton High School Wallabies Wallabies 2 – 15 Brighton High School
1963 Brighton Brighton Brighton 18 – 17 Sturt Brighton High School Brighton High School Brighton High School 6 – 3 Plympton High School
1964 Brighton Brighton Sturt 10 – 13 Brighton Brighton Kinkajous Plymptonians Plymptonians 3 – 8 Brighton Kinkajous
1965 Sturt Brighton Brighton Yellow 15 – 18 Sturt Plymptonians Seacombe Seacombe 4 – 10 Plymptonians
1966 Brighton Brighton Brighton Yellow 21 – 16 East Torrens Seacombe Plymptonians Blue Plymptonians Blue 4 – 7 Seacombe
1967 East Torrens East Torrens Brighton 12 – 13 East Torrens Seacombe Brighton Brighton 2 – 3 Seacombe
1968 Brighton Brighton Brighton 21 – 20 East Torrens (ET) Brighton Brighton 4 – 3 Seacombe
1969 Brighton East Torrens Brighton 18 – 17 East Torrens (ET) Brighton Brighton 10 – 6 Plympton
1970 Brighton Brighton Brighton 36 – 12 East Torrens Seacombe Seacombe Seacombe 5 – 4 Plympton
1971 Brighton Brighton Brighton 32 – 13 Adelaide University Plympton Plympton Plympton 14 – 0 Brighton
1972 Brighton Brighton Brighton 27 – 15 East Torrens Seacombe Seacombe (I) Seacombe (I) 11 – 5 Plympton
1973 Brighton Brighton Brighton 19 – 12 Adelaide University Seacombe Seacombe (I) Seacombe (I) 11 – 6 Woodville
1974 Brighton Adelaide University Brighton 23 – 9 Adelaide University Seacombe Seacombe Green Seacombe Green 12 – 4 Woodville
1975 Adelaide University Glenelg Brighton 12 – 18 Adelaide University Seacombe Seacombe Green Seacombe Green 16 – 4 Woodville
1976 Glenelg Glenelg Glenelg 21 – 18 Adelaide University Seacombe
1977 Brighton Brighton Adelaide University 13 – 16 Brighton Seacombe Seacombe White Seacombe White 5 – 11 Seacombe Gold
1978 Brighton East Torrens Payneham Brighton 17 – 9 ETP Seacombe Seacombe Gold Seacombe Gold 9 – 6 Seacombe White
1979 Glenelg East Torrens Payneham Glenelg 14 – 13 ETP Seacombe Seacombe Green Seacombe Green 11 – 4 Seacombe White
1980 East Torrens Payneham East Torrens Payneham ETP 18 – 12 Glenelg Seacombe Seacombe Green Seacombe Green 10 – 3 Brighton
1981 East Torrens Payneham Burnside ETP 20 – 6 Burnside Adelaide CAE Seacombe Green Seacombe Green 1 – 4 Adelaide CAE
1982 East Torrens Payneham East Torrens Payneham Burnside 12 – 15 ETP College College College 2 – 1 Adelaide University
1983 East Torrens Payneham East Torrens Payneham ETP 13 – 11 Glenelg College Seacombe College 11 – 2 Seacombe
1984 Glenelg East Torrens Payneham ETP 10 – 15 Glenelg Seacombe Seacombe College 6 – 10 Seacombe
1985 Sturt Burnside Sturt 17 – 14 Burnside College Seacombe Seacombe 5 – 6 College
1986 Sturt Sturt Sturt 18 – 15 ETP College Seacombe College 5 – 3 Sturt
1987 Brighton Glenelg Glenelg 14 – 15 Brighton (ET) College Seacombe College 5 – 4 Seacombe
1988 Glenelg Brighton Brighton 14 – 16 Glenelg Burnside Burnside walkover
1989 Glenelg Sturt Sturt 12 – 18 Glenelg Adelaide University Burnside Burnside 3 – 8 Adelaide University
1990 Sturt Sturt Sturt 20 – 14 West Torrens Glenelg Glenelg Glenelg 9 – 5 College
1991 West Torrens West Torrens West Torrens 20 – 9 Sturt Glenelg Glenelg Glenelg 6 – 5 College
1992 West Torrens West Torrens West Torrens 25 – 11 Brighton College Glenelg Glenelg 5 – 6 College
1993 West Torrens West Torrens West Torrens 22 – 7 Glenelg College Glenelg Glenelg 2 – 5 College
1994 Sturt West Torrens Sturt 18 – 16 West Torrens University of South Australia University of South Australia Glenelg 4 – 7 UniSA
1995 West Torrens West Torrens West Torrens 20 – 10 Glenelg Glenelg Glenelg UniSA 6 – 8 Glenelg
1996 West Torrens West Torrens West Torrens 13 – 12 Glenelg (ET) Glenelg Glenelg Glenelg 13 – 4 Stingrays
1997 West Torrens Woodville Woodville 8 – 19 West Torrens Glenelg Glenelg Glenelg 10 – 2 Brighton
1998 Woodville West Torrens West Torrens 13 – 14 Woodville (ET) Glenelg Glenelg Glenelg 9 – 7 Brighton
1999 Woodville Woodville Woodville 18 – 11 West Torrens Brighton Brighton Glenelg 8 – 9 Brighton
2000 Woodville Woodville Woodville 16 – 8 Sturt Glenelg Glenelg Glenelg 11 – 10 Brighton
2001 Woodville Sturt Sturt 11 – 20 Woodville Glenelg Glenelg Glenelg 12 – 7 Brighton
2002 Woodville Woodville Sturt 8 – 15 Woodville Glenelg Glenelg Glenelg 15 – 5 Brighton
2003 Sturt Brighton Brighton 15 – 20 Sturt Glenelg Glenelg Glenelg 16 – 6 Brighton
2004 Glenelg Glenelg Glenelg 13 – 11 West Torrens Brighton Brighton Brighton 14 – 7 Wilderness
2005 Woodville Woodville Woodville 12 – 7 Sturt Glenelg Brighton Glenelg 19 – 16 Brighton
2006 Glenelg Burnside Glenelg 12 – 7 Burnside Wilderness Wilderness Wilderness 13 – 12 Brighton
2007 Woodville Woodville Woodville 14 – 8 Glenelg Glenelg Brighton Glenelg 18 – 15 Wilderness (ET)
2008 Woodville Glenelg Brighton 16 – 19 Woodville Brighton Brighton Brighton 25 – 8 Wilderness
2009 Brighton Brighton Brighton 21 – 10 Woodville Brighton Brighton Brighton 14 – 10 Burnside
2010 Glenelg Brighton Brighton 10 – 16 Glenelg Brighton Brighton Brighton 23 – 8 Glenelg
2011 Brighton Brighton Brighton 24 – 9 Glenelg Brighton Brighton Brighton 15 – 6 Glenelg
2012 Brighton Brighton Brighton 18 – 13 Glenelg Brighton Brighton Brighton 13 – 10 Wilderness
2013 Brighton Brighton Brighton 12 – 10 Glenelg Brighton Brighton Brighton 13 – 8 Glenelg
2014 Glenelg Brighton Brighton 11 – 13 Glenelg Wilderness Brighton Brighton 11 – 17 Wilderness
2015 Brighton Brighton Brighton 15 – 10 Burnside Glenelg Glenelg Glenelg 20 – 7 Brighton
2016 Brighton Glenelg Brighton 9 – 3 ETP Brighton Brighton Brighton 13 – 8 Glenelg
2017 Glenelg Glenelg Glenelg 15 – 10 Brighton Glenelg Glenelg Glenelg 17 – 6 Brighton

* Unofficial competition – South Australian Lacrosse Association not formed until 1888

Unofficial competition – South Australian Lacrosse Association in recess during height of Second World War[112]

Premierships by Club[edit]

Club Men's Most Recent Women's Most Recent
Brighton 26 2016 11 2016
Glenelg 10 2017 14 2017
Sturt 23 2003 0 n/a
East Torrens Payneham‡4 17 1983 0 n/a
Woodville / Port Adelaide 15 2008 0 n/a
Seacombe* 0 n/a 13 1984
Adelaide University‡3 11 1975 1 1989
North Adelaide‡2 9 1960 0 n/a
UniSA / College / CAE* 0 n/a 9 1994
Eagles / West Torrens‡5 6 1997 0 n/a
Iroquois* 5 1901 0 n/a
Brighton High School* 0 n/a 2 1963
Plympton / Plymptonians* 0 n/a 2 1971
Wilderness 0 n/a 2 2014
Goodwood* 1 1926 0 n/a
Brighton Kinkajous* 0 n/a 1 1964
Burnside 0 n/a 1 1988
Adelaide*‡1 0 n/a 0 n/a

* defunct club

‡1 does not include 2 unofficial men's premierships before formation of SA Lacrosse Association

‡2 does not include 1 unofficial men's premiership before formation of SA Lacrosse Association

‡3 does not include 2 unofficial men's premierships during Second World War

‡4 does not include 1 unofficial men's premiership during Second World War

‡5 does not include 1 unofficial men's premiership during Second World War

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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