Colts comeback

The Subiaco Colts have pulled off a miraculous last quarter comeback to record their second win of the season.

Trailing by four goals half way through the last quarter; the Lions lifted their intensity to run out seven point winners at the siren.

Despite being dominated in most statistical indicators a wake up call from head coach Steven Armstrong helped put the Lions in check going into the last.

“I’m not usually one to call out players but we had a bit of a reality check at three quarter time, and it helped restore that hunger. To see the boys respond and come out with that hunger to win again in the last quarter was pleasing.” Said Armstrong

Armstrong specifically mentioned the hard work of midfielder Josh Hatch.

“Josh Hatch has been an incredibly versatile player for us in the first three rounds and continues to be a true 23 that can back up most lines. His desire and willingness to run himself into the ground was exactly what we needed to get the win today.”

With two massive wins in a row for the young Colts side; Army is excited for the path that lies ahead.

“I’ve got a good bunch of kids and the goal is to teach them how to be Subiaco footballers. This comes from being students off the game and taking intensity into every step of the process.”



GAME CHANGERS:

GRACE RETURNS:

Key forward Cody Grace made a well timed return after a groin injury kept him out for a week. Grace’s attack on the ball was dearly missed with multiple bruising encounters going in favour of the 17 year old. His two goals were handy in the tight encounter aswell.

BACKLINE RE-JIG:
The Lions coaching staff moved athletic defender Corey Buscall back to his regular position at half-back which proved to be a smart move. Buscall’s run off the back-line was crucial gathering 16 touches and generating multiple offensive outlets. Thomas Hooper and Adam Creeper were efficient in filling the number one full-back role and could potentially be an effective combination.

THREE THE MAGIC NUMBER:
The Colts comeback win meant that the Subiaco Football Club recorded victories in all grades for a second week in a row. The strength and depth of the football club was perfectly emphasised by the triple win who left the Claremont Tigers licking their wounds.

 

 

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

FINAL

2.2

5.3

7.10

9.13

67

2.1

5.4

6.5

11.8

74


BEST: J. Hatch, C. Buscall, C. Bryan, A. Creeper & A. Summers.

GOALS: 2 C.Grace, R.Vermeersch, J.Woodley, A.Kennedy, 1 C.Wilkinson, J.Woodley, J.Cary

INJURIES: Nil 


 

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