SFC 2016: PREVIEW Reserves vs East Fremantle

 
Subiaco’s reserves are first up in the finals as they travel to Bendigo Bank Stadium to face East Fremantle.

Although they finished 5th at the end of the season the Lions will be confident they can cause an upset against the Sharks.

The Lions won five in a row on the home stretch but slowed as the season ended. Consecutive losses against East Perth and Peel didn’t leave the reserves with mountains of confidence but they have a chance to re-kindle their early season form.

East Fremantle is also coming off a loss with the Royals confidently beating them at ATOM Stadium. The Sharks found their way into the finals by winning six of their last eight games and will provide a strong challenge for the Lions despite their Round 23 blunder.
 
The two sides met twice in the regular season and they split the spoils. Subiaco outlasted the Sharks in Round 8 by six points at Medibank Stadium but the Moss St men got the win at home in Round 13 by a point.
 
 
SUBIACO
VS 
EAST FREMANTLE 
 
BENDIGO BANK STADIUM
 
SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 4
Bounce-down: 12:25
 

Under WAFL regulations certain players are allowed to play for a club’s reserves team in a final. For Subiaco, any current listed senior player can be used for the club as both reserves and league have qualified for the finals.
 
For East Fremantle, they can only use players who have accrued five or more reserves games over the 2016 season.
 
The Lions have found some key performers over 2016 and they will heavily factor into Sunday’s result.
 
Matt Bogensperger and Braden Fimmano have been fixtures in Subi’s midfield and will be hoping to win their battles on the ball.

Key forward Ryan Vermeersch will also be looking to find the scoreboard after kicking 27 goals from 16 games in 2016.  James Garcia could also play an impact in the forward line. 
 
198cm ruck Jordan Bestry has had a strong year despite a mid-season injury and averaged 19 hit-outs a game and kicked 11 goals over 12 games.
 
Another key player for the Lions is defender Adam Creeper.  The former WA State 18’s representative displayed strong form on the run home and has developed into a strong key defender.
 
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