Subi Colts bury Thunder

The Subiaco Colts have won their third consecutive game; storming home by 30 points against Peel.

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A dominant third quarter helped the Lions break away from a resilient Thunder outfit who couldn’t match Subiaco’s experienced ball-carriers.

Captain Brennan Pearce had his best game of the season with 29 disposals and was dangerous out of the backline.

Key forward Ryan Vermeersch was also prominent kicking four straight goals in important parts off the game.

Colts coach Steve Armstrong was pleased with the agile forward Vermeersch’s performance.

“Ryan has had a slower pre-season because of a back injury so it’s good to see him getting back amongst the goals. It’s great to have a player of his agility and athleticism as a target in the forward line.”

Army was also impressed with the depth of his squad with seven changes from last week’s team that beat Claremont.

“I’m really happy with the depth of the squad we have. We had seven guys come into the team this week and they played their roles well. They all come to training on Monday with their head switched on and they were ready to go.”

Debutant Jay Allison-Green was a standout from the inclusions collecting 17 disposals in the backline.

“Jay was impressive playing in the back pocket. He played the percentages really well and looked very composed for a young player.” Said Armstrong.

GAME CHANGERS

BELIEF IN THE SYSTEM:
Subiaco have a record number of eight players represented in the Western Australia State 18’s extended squad which meant the Lions had a massive player change over for the Peel clash. The positive out of this was that the inexperienced players who came up were disciplined and ready to play Subiaco football. This was a true testament to the development system who value the team over the individual.

WILLIAMSON STEPS UP:
Young ruckman Ashton Williamson has taken the reigns at the ruck with both hands. In only his third game, Williamson had to take most of the work load in the absence of Adam Creeper. The 201 centimetre ruckman had 24 hit-outs and nine disposals.

CAPTAIN’S GAME:
Brennan Pearce led from the front today and continues to develop into a excellent defender. Pearce had a career high 29 disposals against Peel and used the ball magnificently to swing the momentum in Subiaco’s favour.

 

Peel Thunder

Round 4 - 2014 - Colts

Subiaco

Bendigo Bank Stadium
Sat, 12 Apr 2014 9:00 AM
Attendance: N/A
Umpire(s):

        2.0

                    Q1

        3.2

        4.2

                    Q2

        3.5

        6.3

                    Q3

        7.7

        7.4

                    Q4

       11.10

        (46)

                  Total

        (76)


BEST: Jay Allison-Green, Brennan Pearce, Ryan Vermeersch, Chris Bryan.

GOALS: 4 R.Vermeersch, 3 J.Woodley, 1 C.Bramley, M.Braut, J.Cary, T.Garlett

INJURIES: Nil


 

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