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Round Recap

Tuesday, June 8, 2021 - 12:46 PM

The Subiaco Reserves for two weeks in a row manage to win with a narrow margin, after recording a seven point win against Perth on Saturday at Mineral Resources Park.

Subi came out firing, up by 15 points at quarter time, however, was a tight affair from then onwards, with the margin never over seven points at any of the remaining breaks.

Subi’s inaccuracy in front of goal and Perth’s ability to convert chances was a major reason for the tight contest. Subi finished 8.11, recording 19 scoring shots (42% accuracy) from 43 inside 50’s. Perth on the other hand finished 8.4 with 12 scoring shots (66% accuracy) from only 33 inside 50’s.

On return from injury, Lewis Upton finished with 25 disposals, five marks and nine tackles to go with his two goals while Ben Golding finished with 24 disposals, four marks and five tackles.

Subiaco had an array of goal kickers with Upton the only multiple goal kicker, while Robinson, Borchet, Robbins, Matthews, Narkle and Vanirsen all kicked one.

PERTH          1.0       4.2       6.2       8.4       (52)

SUBIACO      3.4       4.6       6.9       8.11     (59)

SUBIACO GOALS:  2 - L Upton 1 - C Robinson, J Borchet, J Robbins, O Matthews, J Narkle, L Vanirsen

SUBIACO BEST: L Upton, N Menegola, K Fullgrabe, I Clinch, G Savigni, B Golding

Subiaco’s Colts had a great game, up by over two goals at the first break, and never looked like they were ever going to give up their lead. The Lions ended up doubling Perth’s score to win by 37 points in fine but dewy conditions on Saturday morning.

The win puts the Lions just outside of the top five based on percentage, sharing four wins with three other WAFL Colts teams.

Jed Kemp and Matthew Johnson both collected over 30 disposals, with Kemp also able to add eight marks and three tackles to his 31 possessions, while Johnson had six tackles and 30 possessions throughout the game.

Campbell Henderson played forward against Perth and booted three majors, the teams only multiple goal scorer. Debutants Woodley and Franceshini, Hansen, South, Bolton, Tamlin, Corderoy, and Tholstrup all kicked one major.  

McGuinness and Wright also made their colts debuts in the backline for the game.

PERTH          0.1       1.2       2.5       5.7       (37)

SUBIACO      2.5       4.5       6.7       11.8     (74)

SUBIACO GOALS:  3 - C Henderson 1 - C Woodley, R Hansen, J South, K Franceshini, E Bolton, C Tamlin, B Corderoy, J Tholstrup



The Subiaco Women’s made it 4/4, with a narrow one point victory over Claremont this weekend at Revo Fitness Oval. This is the second game in a row the Women’s have won, after knocking off Peel Thunder the week earlier.

Claremont came out firing early, up by two goals at the half time after only managing to kick one goal to Claremont’s three. However, Subiaco showed great resilience and came out after Half Time to bring it to within a point at the last break. Both teams kicked one goal a piece in the last term, however Subiaco kicked two points to Claremont’s one to give them the one point victory.

Subi had multiple goal kickers with Wilkins, Hunt, M. Dowrick and Buckley all kicking majors.