WRAP: D-League Fall in Reserves Semi

The Subiaco D-League went down by 37 points to South Fremantle at Leederville Oval on Sunday morning.
Brad Stevenson tried hard for the Lions with 16 possessions (7 contested), 5 tackles, 4 marks, 3 inside 50s and 2 goals.
Dylan Nelson was the other multiple goalscorer with two, and Bailey Matera kicked one.
Simon Parry (19 possessions and 9 rebounding 50s), Daniel Leach (19 possessions and 8 clearances), Braden Fimmano (18 possessions), Kyron Hayden (16 possessions, 5 tackles and 5 clearances), and Brayden Ainsworth (16 possessions, 5 tackles and 4 clearances) were prominent in the midfield.
Chad Pearson got proceedings underway for the Bulldogs when he kicked a long range set shot in the opening minutes of the game. Moments later, Seaton Thompson roved a pack inside 50 and snapped through the Bulldogs’ second goal. On the brink of quarter time, Dylan Nelson intercepted a Bulldogs’ rebounding 50 and nailed his first goal of the morning.
In the second quarter, Mitch Dzelebdzic and David Fiamengo kicked two quick goals for the Bulldogs in the opening minutes. Brad Stevenson snapped one through for the Lions, but then Josh Branchi and Jesse Musika kicked goals for South Fremantle. Stevenson retaliated with his second goal, just before half-time.
After the main break, Daniel Burke kicked the opening goal for the Dogs, when he intercepted a Subiaco rebound and slotted it through. Moments later, Brendan Verrier received a 50 metre penalty and kicked his first for the Bulldogs. Bailey Matera and Dylan Nelson both kicked goals late in the quarter to give Subiaco some momentum.
Unfortunately, in the final quarter, South Fremantle kicked away with Fiamengo, Andre Coutinho and Jacob Dragovich all kicking goals, resulting in a 37-point victory to the Dogs.
Next week Subiaco takes on Claremont in a do-or-die preliminary final.
With veterans Kyal Horsley and Clancy Wheeler returning to the league team there was always going to be an unlucky duo to miss from the round 23 winning team. That unlucky duo was Brad Stevenson and Chris Bryan. Despite limited opportunities, Stevenson kicked two goals while Bryan was a little bit down on his usual input. 
South Fremantle has proven to be a high possession team and were able to dominate the possession count on Sunday finishing clear winners 407 to 252. Subiaco did not have a single player get 20 possessions in the game in a telling state of the game.
Despite having just 8 possessions in the game, McKenzie Lawrence came up big defensivley recording 11 tackles in the game. This was a career best for the young Lion. Chad Barns and James Garcia were another two to have big tackle games with eight and seven respectivley. 
SUBIACO                            1.5        3.6        5.7         5.9          (39)
SOUTH FREMANTLE         2.4        6.6        8.9         11.10      (76)
Goals; 2 B. Stevenson, D. Nelson, 1 B. Matera
Best; B. Reid, R. Borchet, K. Hayden, B. Stevenson

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