History & Honours


National AFL Masters – Life Members

1996 Bill McDonald East
2001 John Rutherford South


SA AFL Masters – Life Members

1986 Terry Smallwood South 2000 Rod Murray East
1986 Brian Woodcock East 2000 Chris Panagaris East
1986 Bob Cannan West 2000 Eugene Warrior East
1986 Bill McDonald Pooraka 2000 Greg Day South Coast
1987 Leon Warren Riverland 2002 Mark Doyle Pooraka
1987 Barry Moroney South 2002 Geoff Davies Gawler
1987 Ken Green (Dec’d) East 2002 Dean Platten-Morris Gawler
1988 John Rutherford South 2002 Peter Skuse South
1988 Colin Paech Pooraka 2002 Tony May Gawler
1988 Alan Robinson Riverland 2002 Lyall Stubbing Gawler
1989 Colin Withy East 2002 Dave Beagley Gawler
1989 Trevor Jones West 2003 David Power
1989 R.(Bob) Bald River Murray 2003 Trevor McDonald East
1991 Ian Post East 2003 Marty Martinovic Portland
1991 Bruce Kutchel River Murray 2003 Jeff Emmel Portland
1991 Roy Westly South 2003 Mark Voigt Riverland
1991 Trevor Hammond South Coast 2004 Mark Broadbridge South
1991 Wally Winn Blackwood 2004 John Barrett Pooraka
1993 Bruce Watkins River Murray 2004 Ray Gatt Pooraka
1993 Peter Gottsche Blackwood 2004 Greg Verrall West
1994 John Elliot South Coast 2004 Brenton Wortley West
1994 Perry Day Pooraka 2006 Ted Mills Portland
1994 Ron Hanson Hills 2006 Mark Wareing Portland
1994 Doug Jenkins Pooraka 2006 Garry Addams Portland
1995 Hugh Barker River Murray 2007 Mary Cailotto West
1995 Jerry Malysz South 2007 Marlene Follett River Murray
1995 Dallas Zeliff Pooraka 2008 Garry Anderson Pooraka
1995 Ken Follett South Coast 2008 David South Pooraka
1995 Graham Molloy East 2008 Mark Wilson Pooraka
1996 Dave Cave East 2008 Anthony Dunn Pooraka
1996 Jim Potts Riverland 2008 Wayne Gummow Pooraka
1996 Brenton Goldsworthy Riverland 2008 Anthony Sharkey Pooraka
1996 G. (Dick) Searl East 2008 John Bidgood Pooraka
1996 Kim Pearce Hills 2008 Phil Rogers West
1996 Barrie Nicolle Blackwood 2008 Dean Tozer Portland
1996 Ian Coff Pooraka 2008 Darrell Martin Portland
1996 Mick Guerin East 2008 David Stork East
1998 Mark White Mid North 2008 Robert Dawson East
1998 Lou Cailotto West 2008 Peter Elias East
1998 Geoff Burt West 2009 Ron Nettleton Pooraka
1998 John Harker East 2009 David Crook Gawler
1998 John Parker East 2009 Heather Mattner River Murray
1998 Ken Nealie East 2009 Rick Crichton West
1998 Jim Thomson East 2009 Dean Pangrazio West
1998 Brian Pitt Riverland 2009 David Lock West
1998 Trevor Bedson Riverland 2015 Dean Lucivero East
1998 Graham Delsar South Coast 2015 Robert Day Portland
1998 Debbie Prior South Coast 2015 Sarah English West
1998 Leon Day Portland 2016 Clay Bown East
1998 Greg Hamilton Portland 2016 Joe Turci Blackwood
1998 Tony Burne Gawler 2016 Lance Gum Riverland
1998 Clarrie Fisher Blackwood 2017 Geoff Lively Phantoms
1998 Debbie Fisher Blackwood 2018 Eddie Colins West
1998 Tony Kennett South 2018 Steve Mattiazzo West
1998 Dennis Taylor South 2019 Craig Palmer Gawler
1999 Grant Travers West 2020 Shane Healy Riverland
1999 John Elliot West
1999 Perry Day West


National AFL Masters Hall of Fame Inductees

1997 Bill McDonald East 2006 Clarry Fisher Blackwood,  River Murray 2022 Debbie Prior
1998 Bob Cannan West 2007 Ric Charlesworth Umpire
2001 Colin Withy East 2008 Debbie Fisher River Murray
2003 Hugh Barker River Murray 2010 Lou Cailotto West
2004 John Rutherford South 2013 Mark Doyle
2005 Mick Guerin East 2021 Brenton Wortley West


National AFL Masters Legends Hall of Fame

2012 Bill McDonald – East

At the 2012 National Carnival held in Townsville, the National body announced a new recognition award for services to the AFL Masters competition, “Legends Hall of Fame”.

SA is proud to acknowledge that Bill MacDonald was one of the deserving recipients of this prestigious award.

Many of the current SA AFL Masters players would not be aware of what Bill has done and achieved in his career before and during AFL Masters. So I thought it an opportune time to acknowledge some of Bills achievements in football and administration.

Bill played SANFL with Central Districts. He has the dubious honour of being the first Centrals player to be reported. While playing with Centrals he also helped out coaching juniors in the area, he once told a 10 yr. old Elizabeth kid that he was too small and light to play football and should try soccer. That kid was John Platten who won both the Brownlow and Margery medals, played in 4 night and 4 day premierships with Hawthorn, 5 times All Australian.

  • Foundation member of the committee that formed SA Superules in 1983.
  • Vice President (2 years)
  • SA President (7 years )
  • Exec. Member ( 18 years)
  • Fundraiser and social director ( 11 years)
  • Has attended 28 out of 30 National Carnivals and has played in 21 of those carnivals.
  • Has played approx. 400 + games of Superules.
  • Represented SA in the inaugural state game vs. Victoria at Nhill ( Victoria)
  • 2 times selected as All Australian at a National Carnival.
  • Awarded Life Membership SA Superules (1986).
  • Awarded Life Membership AFL Masters Australia (1996)
  • Inducted into AFL Masters Hall Of Fame (1997)
  • Elevated to AFL Masters Legend ( 2012)
  • Named Capt / Coach of SA Superules team of the Millennium (2001).
  • Selected in the SA Masters Ratpack 2004.
  • Awarded 3 Ken Green Memorial trophies for outstanding service to SA Masters, 1988, 1989 & 2008.
  • Awarded Presidents trophy 2000.
  • Awarded most valuable contributor to the National Carnival (x3)
  • Member of the committee that organised the 25 & 30 year reunion functions.
  • Member of the committee for the National Carnivals held in Adelaide.
  • 12 years on the selection panel for Hall of Fame members.
  • Awarded AFL International Year of the Volunteer Award.
  • 2013 will see Bill attend his 3rd Bali 9’s competition in Bali


Honour Roll

Presidents Trophy Winners

2000 Bill McDonald East 2010 Debra Reeves West
2001 Ray & Sharon Gatt Pooraka 2011 Joe Turci Blackwood
2002 John Bidgood Pooraka 2012 Nigel Venning Uni Greys
2003 Greg Hamilton Portland 2013 Paul Economou Woodville Sth
2004 Hugh Barker River Murray 2014 Sarah English West
2005 Kevin Davis River Murray 2016 Ray Smith Blackwood
2006 Leon Day Portland 2017 Dean Lucivero East
2007 Dean Pangrazio West 2019 Deb Prior
2008 Kevin Davis River Murray 2021 Colin Thompson Blackwood
2009 Tony Hinrichsen Phantoms 2022 Ryan Bolton Blackwood



Bill McDonald – Most Valuable Contributor to a National Carnival

This award is presented to the person(s) who makes the most valuable contribution to the AFL Masters Australian Football – SA Division Inc. contingent at the National Carnival in that year. A special committee, elected by the AFL Masters Australian Football – SA Division Inc. Committee from those participating in the carnival touring party, is responsible for making the selection and presentation. Presentation of the perpetual shield (to be held for 12 months) and a replica trophy (to be retained by the winner) will be made to the recipient at the final official gathering of the carnival touring party during the carnival week.

Recipient List

1986 Jim Fenoughty 2005 Colin Withy
1987 Wally Winn (Deceased) 2006 Hugh Barker
1988 The Woodcock Families 2007 Heather & Peter Mattner
1989 Wally Winn (Deceased) 2008 Dean Pangrazio
1990 Barry Moroney 2009 First Aid Training Staff
Clarry Fisher
Debbie Fisher
Mary Cailotto
Kevin Davis
Marlene Follett
Margy Holtham
Sarah English
1991 Bruce Watkins 2010 Debbie & Trevor Prior
1992 Bill McDonald 2011 Debbie & Clarrie Fisher
1993 Debbie & Trevor Prior 2012 Sarah English
1994 Mick Guerin 2013 Bill McDonald
1995 Clarry & Debbie Fisher 2014 Colin Thompson
1996 Hugh Barker 2015 Debbie & Trevor Prior
1997 Dick Searl 2016 Colin Thompson
1998 Debbie Prior 2017 Rick Crichton & Shayne O’Dea
1999 Ken Follett 2018 Lance Gum
2000 Mark Doyle 2019 Rob Johnstone
2001 Mick Guerin 2021 Dennis Umpherston
2002 John Platten 2022 Ian Patrick
2003 Lyall Stubing
2004 John Lewis


Ken Green Memorial Award

An annual award presented by the Executive to a person, committee, group, club etc. in recognition of MOST OUTSTANDING SERVICE AND CONTRIBUTION TO AFL MASTERS AUSTRALIAN FOOTBALL – SA DIVISION INC. Ken Green was an active and vital foundation member of SA Superules from its beginning in 1982. He was committed to team organisation, social aspects, fundraising etc. for the EAST CLUB in its formative years and his efforts reflect in the strength and attributes of that Club today. He successfully participated in the S.A. Superules State team in National Carnivals contested in ‘83, ’85 and ‘86. When he passed away suddenly in 1987, Murray Kolberg donated a shield to be presented in his memory. The presentation is made at the Annual General Meeting and the recipient will hold the perpetual shield for twelve months and retain a replica trophy as a memento. NOMINATIONS for the Ken Green Memorial Award, from any club or Executive Member, must be forwarded, in writing, with resume, to the Secretary of AFL Masters Australian Football – SA Division Inc. by the first meeting after the National Carnival. The EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE will make the final selection from nominations received. Nomination forms are available from club delegates or executive members.

Recipient List

1987 Roger Woodcock 2003 Diana Ring
1988 S.A. Carnival Steering
Committee – D. Foster,
B. McDonald, E. Stewart
N. Stratfold, R. Woodcock
2004 Debbie Fisher
1989 Bill McDonald 2005 Hugh Barker
1990 R. (Bob) Cannan 2006 Debbie Fisher
1991 Bruce Watkins 2007 Clarry Fisher
1992 Dick Searl 2008 Bill McDonald
1993 Ric Charlesworth 2009 Dean Pangrazio
1994 Ian Coff 2010 Mark Doyle
1995 Colin Withy 2011 Jason Bradbrook
1996 Mick Guerin 2012 Dean Lucivero
1997 Hugh Barker 2014 Dean Pangrazio
1998 Mary Cailotto 2016 Damien White
1999 John Rutherford 2017 Joe Turci
2000 Jim Potts 2019 Steve Brooks
2001 Mark Doyle 2021 Jay Hocking
2002 Mark Doyle 2022 Martin Lilburne



The Ratpak came to life in the 2000 Carnival held in Hobart.
The four of us were always together eating and drinking (Hugh Barker, Jim Potts, Ken Follett and Barrie Nicolle) much to the disgust of the coach Mark Doyle, but that was the only side SA took to that year’s carnival (seniors). One night we were having fun when Mark came looking for us we were stuck in the corner of the pub, he called us “you’re just a RAT PACK” from then on we became the Ratpak and I got my son to design us a logo, which got people talking so we decided to continue the practice and inducted more rats.

The ideals of the Ratpak is for the inductees to put AFL MAFSA Superules before themselves, to raise money where possible help out other AFL MAFSA footballers or their families (e.g. if someone is injured away and needs a flight back quickly or if sickness in family we may be able to assist financially). We have started slowly and are building stronger each year. The Ratpak wishes to be part of AFL MAFSA folk law, also to have lots of fun …

2000 Tas Hugh Barker
Jim Potts
Ken Follett
Barrie Nicolle
2007 NSW Debbie Fisher

Darren Marshall
Robbie Johnstone

2001 Qld Mark Doyle 2008 NT Lou Cailotto
Tony Hinrichsen
2021 WA Maria Sharpe

Mark Jaensch

2002 Vic Dean Platten-Morris
John Platten
2009 Qld Dean Pangrazio 2022 Adelaide Sue Pearce

Kerry Jay

Malcolm Palmer

2003 WA Debbie Prior
Lyle Stubing
Dick (Gary) Searl
2010 Canberra Kevin Davis
2004 Cairns Bill McDonald
Peter Mattner
2011 Qld Colin Thompson
2005 Adel Colin Withy
Clarry Fisher
Jeff EmmelTrevor Prior
Marcia Evans (Hon)
2012 Townsville Joe Turci
2006 Qld John Patmore
Ken Pense (WA)
2019 Townsville Brenton Wortley


AFL Masters SA Player of the Carnival

2008 Steve Curtis 2016 Lincoln Rogers
2009 Grant Hawksworth 2017 Lincoln Rogers
2010 Glen Mount 2018 Richard (Dickie) Klemann
2011 Glen Mount 2019 Richard (Dickie) Klemann
2012 Richard (Dickie) Klemann 2021 Chris Hanley
2013 Peter Hoffman 2022 Marcus Burdett
2014 Dean Pangrazio
2015 Richard (Dickie) Klemann