Thunder Down Lions

 

Subiaco lowered their colours in a disappointing display against Peel Thunder going down by 52 points on Saturday afternoon.

A six-goal first term from Peel set up their afternoon and laid the foundations for the 20.15 (135) to 12.11 (83) scoreline.

Subiaco mounted a third-quarter challenge when they kicked six goals but it was not enough as Peel Thunder re-established their lead in the final stanza.

Jack Anthony tried hard for the Lions with four goals. Broadhurst and Buddy Pickett, who also played key roles in the comeback, had a pair of majors next to their names.

Captain Aidan Parker gathered a workman-like 22 possessions and 16 hit outs while splitting his time between the ruck and centre-half back.

Defender Joey Daye battled hard down back and had 20 poessesions.

However, Subiaco lacked consistent contribution across the board.

That was not a problem for Peel with nine of their players gathering 19 possessions or more.

QUARTER BY QUARTER:

First quarter:
In a diabolical first quarter effort Peel Thunder piled on six goals to Subiaco's three behinds. It wasn't completely one-way traffic but the Lions struggled to captilise from their opportunities. Blake Broadhurst missed a set shot he would expect to convert when Peel had only booted two goals and it may have stemmed the flow but instead the Thunder went down and booted four more for the quarter.
 
Second quarter:
Peel Thunder kicked the first two goals of the second term before the Lions responded with three straight of their own to momentarily breath life into their effort. However, all of Subiaco's effort was undone when the home side kicked three goals to take into the main change.
 
Third quarter:
The Lions responded to a half time rev up and kicked six goals with the breeze in the third term. Peel managed three of their own and it looked as though the visitors were back in the contest trailing by five goals at the final change.
 
Fourth quarter:
Only needing to kick a couple of goals in the final term to end Subiaco's chances, Peel snubbed any Subiaco hope with an early goal. From there the game was left to play out time as Peel ran away to the 52-point win.

 

Dylan's debut:
The very slightly built Dylan Clarke followed in the footsteps of Chris Deluca, James Garcia and Dom Sheed as colts system graduates to debut and gathered six touches. 
 
  Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 TOTAL
   Peel Thunder 6.1 11.7 14.12 20.15 135
   Subiaco 0.3 3.5 9.8 12.11 83

 

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