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Post by Lee on Thu Aug 20, 2015 9:19 am

Wednesday August 19, 2015

The South Australian Community Football League is delighted to announce Matthew Duldig has been appointed to the position of Community Football Manager.

With more than 13 years of experience in football administration, Duldig has built an impressive resume, culminating in his most recent role as SANFL Football Services Manager.

Armed with a Bachelor of Sports and Event Management, Duldig not only boasts an exceptional knowledge of South Australian football but also an understanding of grassroots level after spending his formative years on the Eyre Peninsula and in the South-East.

‘’The Community Football Board is pleased to have Matt joining our team,’’ SACFL Chairman David Shipway said.

‘’Matt was one of a large number of applicants and after interviewing several candidates, it became obvious he was the best fit for the job and the best person to guide Community Football into the future.

‘’His football administration experience with the SANFL is one of the many assets he brings to the table and we look forward to working with him well into the future.’’

During his six years with the SANFL, Duldig was heavily involved in forming the league’s entry regulations for SA’s two AFL teams as well as managing the Channel 7 broadcast schedule.

This was in addition to managing the SANFL’s Tribunal system and the West End State program, as well as forming the annual fixture for all SANFL grades.

‘’Matthew Duldig is a highly respected employee of the SANFL,’’ SANFL General Manager – Football, Adam Kelly, said.

‘’Over the past six years as SANFL Football Services Manager he has operated with integrity, diligence and a great level of care for a competition that he loves.

‘’Matt is highly regarded by his colleagues and our football stakeholders. It is Matt’s love for the game and respect for those involved which has made him such a valued team member. This will ensure his success as the Community Football Manager for the SACFL.’’

An accomplished SANFL player, Duldig this week announced he will play his final match for Sturt in Round 19. The reliable key forward has booted a total of 329 goals in 165 games for the Double Blues and Glenelg between 2003 and 2015.

Duldig will make the transition to his role as SACFL Community Football Manager during September.

Zac Milbank
SANFL Media and Publications Co-ordinator

South Australian Community Football
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