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Round Recap v South Fremantle

Monday, May 3, 2021 - 10:53 AM

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Coming off a longer than expected break between rounds with the COVID-19 enforced lockdown last weekend, the Lions were ready to continue momentum from round three, however fell short, with all three grades suffering defeat against the Bulldogs.


LEAGUE
Subiaco clashed with 2020 Optus WAFL Premiers South Fremantle in excellent conditions at Fremantle Community Bank Oval, however were unable to secure the four points with the Bulldogs too strong. 

It was a relativity tight affair in the first quarter and looked to set the tone for the game, with the Lions kicking two of the three goals of the quarter; up by seven points at the first break. During the quarter, Subiaco lost two players after a sickening clash between Rowan Powell and Max Walters, with both players unable to return to the field for the remaining match.  

After the first bounce of the second term it was all South Fremantle who were lethal in front of goal, with Mason Shaw the first goal scorer of the quarter giving the Bulldogs the lead five minutes into the second term. Sokol and Putt were Subiaco’s only goal scorers of the quarter where South Fremantle kicked seven goals to amas a 22 point lead at Half-Time.  
South’s came out at after Half Time where they left off, having nine scoring shots to Subiaco’s four, extending their lead with one quarter of football to go to 37 points. The fourth quarter however was all Subiaco. The Lions kept the Bulldogs goalless in the last term, kicking 3.3 and maintaining a lot of possession, however although the Lions had all the momentum in the fourth, it wasn’t enough to bridge the gap, as the Bulldogs ran out 18 point winners. 

Greg Clark was again a standout performer for the Lions, with 30 possessions, six tackles, and 5 inside 50’s. Also a special mention to league debutant Matt Johnson who racked up 11 possessions and five tackles across the wing/half-forward.

Subiaco had a variety of goal scorers this week, with Sokol and Martin the only multiple goal kickers with two each, with Delahunty, Harris, Putt, Faraone and Heal all adding to the goal sheet.  

Subiaco have a tough contest this coming weekend, up against the undefeated Claremont Tigers at home at Leederville Oval. Bouncedown will be at 2:10pm and should be a ripper of a contest, with the Lions looking to bounce back and knock the Tigers off top spot  

SOUTH FREO      1.1     8.1      12.6      12.8    (80)
SUBIACO             2.2     4.3       6.5         9.8    (62)

SUBIACO GOALS:     2 - B Sokol, N Martin 1 - L Delahunty, C Harris, L Putt, J Faraone, A Heal
SUBIACO BEST: G Clark, L Kitchin, K Stainsby, J Miller, J Faraone


RESERVES 
Prior to the League showing, Subi Lions clashed also with South Freo in a tight contest, going down to the Bulldogs by 11 points. 
The first half was won by the Lions despite South Fremantle having one more scoring shots, Subi capitalising on what was presented to them kicking 7.2 to the Bulldogs 5.5, ending the first half up by nine points. 

South Freo woke up in the third kicking 3.6 for the quarter, with the Lions only managing to kick 1.2, in a quarter that was dominated by the Bulldogs, finishing seven points up at the end of the term. It was a tight affair in the last quarter, with Subiaco having four scoring shots for 1.3 to South Fremantle’s three scoring shots for 2.1. 

Despite the loss, the Reserves still sit inside the top five, with the Reserves two wins two loses and a favourable percentage of 121.88%. 
Lewis Upton, Ben Golding and William Michell were the team’s highest ball-getters with 24, 20 and 19 touches each, with the three also responsible for six inside 50’s and 20 tackles between them.

Amongst the goal kickers, Johny Narkle featured big time with three goals straight while Jack Borchet was prominent with two goals. W. Hickmott, Farmer, Golding and ONeill all kicked one each.

Next game, Subiaco are up against Claremont on Saturday May 8th home at Leederville Oval with bouncedown at 11:40am.

SOUTH FREO       3.3     5.5     8.11    10.12   (72)
SUBIACO              5.1    7.2      8.4       9.7     (61)

SUBIACO GOALS: 3 - J Narkle 2 - J Borchet 1 - W Hickmott, D Farmer, B Golding, M Oneill
SUBIACO BEST: B Golding, W Michell, J Borchet, L Upton, J Rose

COLTS
Round five of the Simply Energy Colts competition saw Subiaco away at Fremantle Community Bank Oval coming up against South Freo. The Lions who came off their second win against West Perth two weeks prior, had a tale of two halves game against the Bulldogs. 

A highly accurate South Fremantle finished the first half nine goals straight, with Subiaco only managing 4.2 from six scoring shots at 66% accuracy, resulting in the Bulldogs being up by 28 points at the end of the first half.

The second half was a totally different story to the first, with the Lions pilling on 6.5 whilst keeping the Bulldogs to 2.3. Unfortunately the Bulldogs lead at HT was too much to claw back, with the Lions only losing by eight points whilst having two more scoring shots by the end of the game. 

Jacob Evitt was the leading disposal winner for the Lions, recording 18 disposals to go with his 6 marks and 5 tackles, while Jayden Crane (15 disposals, 3 tackles and 2 marks) also finding the ball also. South was again prominent in the ruck, and led the hit-outs 41 to 24. Subiaco had seven different goal kickers throughout the day with Jacob Evitt, Colts Debutant Tyreise Clark, Bill Corderoy kicking two each, whilst Lance Collard, Jayden Crane, Jake South and Jevan Tholstrup all kicking one each.

NEXT UP
Subiaco clash with Claremont on Sunday May 9th home at Leederville Oval with bouncedown at 10:30am.


SOUTH FREO           6.0         9.0       10.2     12.3     (75)
SUBIACO                  1.1         4.2        5.7      10.7     (67)

SUBIACO BEST: J Evitt, B Corderoy, T Clark, J Crane, J South
SUBIACO GOALS: 2 - J Evitt, T Clark, B Corderoy 1 - L Collard, J Crane, J South, J Tholstrup