Undefeated

The Subiaco Lions have continued their unbeaten streak in 2014 with a 17-point win over Peel Thunder at Bendigo Bank Stadium.

The Lions veterans were instrumental in the victory with Jason Bristow (31 possessions), Chris Phelan (28 possessions) and returning captain Kyal Horsley (24 possessions) leading the midfield.

George Hampson was lively again with three goals alongside key forward Matt Boland who also had three.

 Captain Kyal Horsley was delighted to return to the fold for the Lions after an ACL injury kept him out of football for over a year.

“It was good to get back out there. The game was pretty tense towards the end but to only have one on the bench in the last quarter and pull it off was a test of character.” Said Horsley

“I’m pretty sore after that one, cramping pretty much everywhere so it’s going to be a long night but I’ll get stuck into recovery and get ready for next week.”

In regards to returning to the Lions, Horsley feels he’s joined a team full of energy.

“When I first came back there was a real buzz around the club to see how the boys trained and how hard they were working. It’s good to see them getting the reward for all their hard work in the pre-season.”

The only thing concerning coach Jarrad Schofield after the 17 point win would be a string of injuries conceded in the physical match-up. Young guns Josh Deluca (hamstring) and Hayden Kennedy (shoulder) left the field as well as halfback Abe Davey who suffered a knee injury in the last quarter.

GAME CHANGERS

FRANK THE TANK:
Subiaco ruckman Frank Stockley was magnificent against AFL trio Craig Moller, Jonathon Griffin and Jack Hannath. The big man provided effort all day to gather 18 touches 26 hit-outs and a goal. Stockley has been an impressive signing this year for the Lions after relocating from West Perth.

HORSLEY RETURNS:
One of Subiaco’s favourites returned for the league side this week to Captain the Lions for the first time. Horsley brought his return on in style slotting a goal with one of his first kicks in the first quarter. Horse went on to record 24 disposals before being rested in the last quarter.

FORWARD PRESSURE:
Subiaco split the game wide open with their forward pressure in the first half, capitalising off numerous Peel errors.  Along with this, Subiaco were flawless in front of goal, kicking eight goals straight to hold a dominant lead at half time.

Peel Thunder

Round 4 - 2014 - Colts

Subiaco

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

        3.2

                    Q1

        3.0

        4.6

                    Q2

        8.0

        6.7

                    Q3

       12.5

      13.10

                    Q4

       16.9

        (88)

                  Total

      (105)



BEST: G.Hampson, F.Stockley, M.Boland, J.Bristow, D.Elliott

GOALS: 3 G.Hampson, M.Boland, 2 R.Waters, C.Deluca, J.Bristow, L.Delahunty, 1 K.Horsley, F.Stockley

INJURIES: J. Deluca (hamstring), H. Kennedy (shoulder), A. Davey (knee)


 

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