By The Numbers - RD22, (2017)

 
Subiaco continued their march towards the finals with a victory over West Perth in the inaugural Imagine Vincent match on Saturday. These are some more of the key numbers behind the 82 point win over the old rival Falcons.
 
0 – POINTS CONCEDED: Another strong defensive display by the Lions was highlighted by keeping West Perth scoreless in the second quarter. It was the second time this year that Subiaco had held a team scoreless for a quarter.
 
6 – SOKOL: Ben Sokol joined Liam Ryan as the only Subiaco player to bag six goals in a game this season. Ryan had achieved the feat twice, while Sokol’s six goal game was his first of the year.
 
9 – POWELL: Rowen Powell arguably had his best performance for Subiaco. A fine game on the outside was highlighted by finishing with a team best and career high, 9 inside 50 forward entries.
 
10 – HOME GAME WINS: Subiaco made it a perfect 10 from 10 for their home game wins in 2017. Nine of those home game wins came at Leederville Oval while the tenth, came at Ports Oval in Esperance.
 
13 – MINUTES: Subiaco piled on an incredible eight straight, unanswered goals in just 13 minutes during the fourth quarter. Kyle Halligan was among the destroyers with three goals in that span.
 
14.16 – SECOND QUARTER POINTS AGAINST: West Perth’s scoreless second quarter continues a strong trend of Subiaco dominating defensivley in the second quarter of matches. The average points against for the second quarter for Subiaco is just 14.16, making it the best defensive quarter for the Lions.
 
18 – HOSKINS: Craig Hoskins matched his own season record for handballs with 18, he also achieved the feat in round 10. This is the most handballs in a game by a Lion in 2017.
 
67 – INSIDE 50s: Subiaco had a season high of 67 inside 50s during Saturday’s game.This was just one short of the season high of 68 across the entire WAFL competition.
 
162.72 – PERCENTAGE: Subiaco’s percentage climbed to a season high of 162.72 following the big win over West Perth. It also marks just the second week of the year where Subiaco has had the highest percentage in the WAFL, the last time being after Round 10.
 
489 – HALLIGAN: Saturday was a big day for one of the favourites of the Subiaco Football Club with Kyle Halligan playing his first game in 489 days with his last 18 months cruelled by injury. The time off had apparently been good for Kyle’s kicking boots, in his last match for Subiaco he kicked 0.5; against West Perth he returned with a bang kicking 4.0.
 
1044 – LEEDERVILLE OVAL HISTORY: Worth noting with Saturday’s game being the Imagine Vincent match, this was the 1044thclash at Leederville Oval. Subiaco defeated West Perth by 22 points in the first WAFL match at the ground back in 1915 and in the 1044 matches since, Subiaco has played in 283 of those games, winning 149. Next week’s match against East Perth is a big one as it sees the Lions go to tie their own all time winning mark of 19 as well as their 150thwin at Leederville Oval.
 
 

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