Tigers Hunted

The Subiaco Lions have remained undefeated after thrashing the Claremont Tigers by 80 points at East Fremantle.


The Lions team orientated game was unstoppable in their third win of the season with their silky ball movement and attack on the ball setting the pace early.

Young gun George Hampson was a standout recording a career high four goals and 28 disposals.

Chris Phelan was amongst the leading ball-getters again with 30 joined in a powerful Subi midfield display by Jason Bristow (23) and Joshua Deluca (16).

The Lions have made one of their strongest starts to a season in recent years with 38, 56 and 80 point wins; reminiscent of their 2008 premiership season.

GAME CHANGERS:

FORWARD FINESSE:

Subiaco had ten different goal-scorers in the giant win over the Tigers showing exactly how dangerous they can be. Although the forwards get the credit, the key to generating overwhelming scoring shots comes from the midfield with Subi’s inside 50 entries proving far superior. Subiaco had twice as many scoring shots recording 40 to the Tigers 20.

PHELAN DOMINATION:
Veteran midfielder Chris Phelan has been in a rare patch of form and was influential again in the Tigers victory. Phelan is leading Subiaco's ball-getters with an average of 27.5 and seems to be thriving with the amount of fresh talent that's been put around him.

TIGER HOODOO:
The Tigers have been Subiaco’s bogey team in recent years only winning one of the past 13 attempts against the WAFL powerhouse. They emphatically broke that curse today with the new look Lions outplaying their rivals in every part of the ground.

 

 

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

FINAL

1.4

2.5

5.11

6.14

50

5.6

10.12

13.14

18.22

130


BEST: G.Hampson, C.Phelan, W.Twomey, C.Deluca, J.Deluca

GOALS: 4 G.Hampson, 3 C.Deluca, 2 S.Moore, S.Yarran, J.Deluca, 1 R.Waters, J.Bristow, A.Davey, J.Kayler-thomson, M.Boland

INJURIES: Nil 

 

RESERVES WATCH:
The reserves recorded their second win of a season with an impressive 107 point victory. League captain Kyal Horsley got his Subiaco return off without a hitch to record 22 disposals and four inside 50's in the romp. 

Young tall Jordan Bestry was dominant in the forward line with five majors and small live-wire Dylan Clarke was dangerous with four.

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