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• Manage the past player database and assist with planning and conducting events for past players. Ken announced that he would not play football again that season. North added two more minor scores and Port a goal to reduce the margin to 14 points at the last change. At the end of the 1887 season football in South Australia was in the midst of a crisis.The main difficulty in those embryonic days was to work out what to tackle first. North played Sturt (3rd) in the first final but without Farmer they were well beaten. North had several chances to put the issue beyond doubt in the final quarter but could not kick a goal. The clubs competing in the competition were (in order of finish that year) Norwood, Port, Adelaide, South, Hotham, and Gawler, with the newly established West finishing last.
(Bos) Daly of North was equal top goal-kicker (with Mathieson of Port) for the season with 30 goals. Norwood were first away in the second quarter, scoring an early goal. In 1890 Medindie struggled through another season losing all their matches to the senior teams but they did manage two wins and a draw against the weakening Gawler team.
North thus achieved the rare distinction of a Premiership, the Magarey Medallist and the top goal-kicker in the one season - an achievement it repeated in 1987. After two fruitless attacks, Frost goaled for North and this signalled the beginning of a period of dominance in the game. With five teams competing in the SAFA in 1891 (South, Port, Norwood, Adelaide and Medindie), each team played each other 4 times. Leahy, congratulated the members of the team on their success.
• Plan and develop suitable displays of the Club’s history. Tragically, he and his younger brother Elliot were involved in a collision between their motor cycle and a truck in Frome Street near the zoo on the following Friday. Then Port scored twice more to reduce the deficit to just 6 points. In 1886 Medindie was promoted to the Adelaide and Suburban Association, and spent the next two seasons playing in that competition.
• Where appropriate, seek funding to facilitate establishment of displays. Ken injured an ankle but Elliott, who was the driver, sustained severe head injuries and died soon afterwards. With the Port defenders concentrating on the dangerous Farmer, Hawke was able to score an easy goal for North to relieve some of the pressure. In 1887 Medindie's captain was Jim Besley who would join ‘senior club' South Adelaide during the season.
Anthony (Bos) Daly (previously Norwood & Torrens) topped the goal-kicking with 54 goals. Leahy) Tom Leahy leads North to the premiership Norwood won the toss and kicked to the Northern end, favoured by a slight breeze. PAC in 1881 - photograph courtesy of the State Library of SA Medindie finished last in 1888 and prior to the start of the 1889 season it was widely believed that North Adelaide (who had seemingly self destructed as 1888 had gone on) would merge with them.