3 Lions in WA 18's mix

Subiaco are delighted to announce that three players have been named in the State 18’s first intake.

Brayden Ainsworth, Ben Miller and Kyron Hayden were named in an extended 30-man squad which will train and prepare for the 2017 National Championships.

SFC are excited for the opportunities ahead of the three footballers and the spread of origin makes it an eclectic group.

“It’s a testament to the products coming out of the country and metro zones and the work they do with their young players. It’s reward for their hard work and the development methods that they’ve developed.” Said Talent Manager Michael Farmer

Brayden Ainsworth hails from Esperance and has had a lightning start to the 2017 campaign. The strong-bodied midfielder has collected 112 disposals from four games and kicked five goals.
“Ainsworth is a hardworking, gut-running midfielder who accumulates possessions but has a silky finish to his disposal. He uses the ball very well.” Added Farmer

Ben Miller is the younger brother of Subi senior player Jacob, but a very different sort of player. B. Miller is a tall utility, ruck option who has been influential over his five games in 2017. Miller has collected 110 hit-outs from five games and could join his brother as a WA State 18’s player.
“Big Miller is a tough strong presence in the ruck. He presents well when forward and his second, third and fourth efforts are outstanding for a big man.” Said Farmer

Kyron Hayden is Subiaco’s metropolitan nomination and has proved to be an elite ball-winner in the colts competition this year. Hayden has gathered 149 disposals from the first six games in his debut year at Subiaco.
“Kyron is a strong, tough bullocking midfielder that can win the football but also release well to outside runners. He’s a fantastic inside player.” Said Farmer
With a tough training schedule ahead of the boys Talent Manager Michael Farmer reinforced the club’s determination to provide a strong support network for the young players.

“I think we have to try make life as easy as possible for them,
There’s obviously going to be a lot of outside pressure on them to produce great football but we trust that the processes are right and we’re confident we can supply a strong support system to make sure the transition into the 18’S program is as smooth and enjoyable as possible.” Said Farmer
Subiaco have had a strong presence in the WA 18’s over the last few years with Dom Sheed and Greg Clark captaining the Black Ducks in the recent past.

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