The first meeting, first match,
Southport players shine in successful representative programand 2000 attend junior Grand Finals.
Thirteen game winning streak.
Southport appoints twenty-year-old Ken Best
as coach, the Green Tin Shed.
Max Nowlan – Southport’s first ex-VFL/AFL player, Captain Coach Bob Burke breaks all goal-kicking records.
Reserve grade and the GCJAFL commences.
Dave Burns – 100 games.
Media Interest Soars.
Eastman joins Hillis as former VFL Magpies.
Undefeated Premiership achieved in emphatic fashion and Bill Ryan arrives. Headlines grabbed for all the wrong reasons.
Three premierships in a row, Clark kicks
100 from a Half Forward Flank.
Opening of the new Owen Park clubhouse,
another senior and reserves premierships.
Magpies seek entry to the
QAFL and a grand final loss.
Southport enters QAFL and first QAFL Grand Final win.
Grand Final Triumph.
Gary Dempsey the Joe Grant Medal Winner.
The Wally Fankhauser donation, new home
ground and Grand Final win.
A Grand Final Loss.
Brisbane Bears ace Nigel Lappin played
a game for Southport.
Southport wins Grand Final on home ground for the first time.
Scott Lawton replaces Jason Cotter, Sharks minor premiers.
Sharks near miss for Grand Final.
Revenge for the Sharks.
Topsy-turvy season follows Crowley’s
successful debut stint in charge.
Southport looses to Mt Gravatt
in the preliminary final.
First matches against QANFL clubs, representative match
at the Gabba and first Southport junior.
Owen Park – A Home for the Magpies,
Undefeated Premiers, Southport Cheer Girls make their mark.
Ken Best recruited by Collingwood,
Night football is played at Owen Park.
Collingwood recruit another Gold Coast Magpie, wild brawls at Salk Oval as the Magpies fight to make the finals.
Southport establish a home at the Pacific Hotel,
Magpie administrators stand firm.
Inconsistency and injury see Magpies flogged by Lions,
Busch departs and Mackenzie and Fankhauser team up.
Record winning streak sparks debate
about entry into the QAFL.
Zane Taylor lays claim to the title of best footballer in Queensland, a near miss for fourth premiership.