Subi's Awesome Foursome

SUBIACO's recent disappointing performances has a silver lining with the four debutants exposed to League football across the past four weeks.

James Garcia, Dom Sheed, Michael Genovese and Dylan Clarke have joined Chris Deluca as League debutants in 2012.

Garcia, Sheed, Clark and Deluca were all Colts system graduates whereas Genovese played Colts six years ago and has overcome a series of shoulder injuries to make his League debut after good reserves performances.

Deluca was the only player to make the jump straight from Colts to League with Sheed, Garcia and Clarke all spending time in the Reserves before earning a call up.

A silky left footer Clarke was the last of the five to make his debut and gathered six disposals including five kicks.

Clarke repeated the words of those before him and said the jump from Colts to Reserves to League was drastic but a good experience.

"A bit different, a bit quicker than Colts footy and Reserves footy," he said.

"Just took a bit to get into at the start of the game.

"Playing with the bigger bodies a bit different to Colts. I think I needed the two weeks before I came into the League side. It was good to get a slot in there."

The diminutive Clark said his size was not a concern with his game style.  

"It's not really a concern for me," Clarke said.

"I think my game style doesn't really change too much going from Colts to Reserves to League but I do need to get a bit bigger.

"I reckon my skills are the strength of my game, I need to work on my size and probably my contested ball but outside play is probably my strength."

 

ABOUT THE FOUR DEBUTANTS

JAMES GARCIA:
A high half-forward/midfielder Garcia spend three seasons in the Colts system before three games of Reserves. He made his League debut against Swan Districts and gathered 18 possessions in an impressive debut. Garcia possesses clean skills and a knack of knowing where to go to get the football. Also has a good goal sense around the big sticks.

DOM SHEED:
Originally from Subiaco's country-zone of Kalgoorlie, Sheed is one of the elite 17-year-olds in the country. Sheed went away with the state 18s team as one of its youngest members and performed admirably well while playing down back. It was an unfamiliar role for Sheed who normally plays as a half-forward or through the midfield. A skilful left footer with a big tank, like Garcia 'The Dominator' knows how to get the pill.
 
 
MICHAEL GENOVESE:
Another country product, Genovese's story is one of persistence. A career that has threatened to be curtailed by persistent shoulder injuries, Genovese suffered another shoulder setback amid a solid 2012 pre-season. However, a round five return and 14 weeks of consistent football in the twos proved his worth for a League call up. A medium-sized midfielder Genovese is strong around the contests and a good user who makes good decisions.

DYLAN CLARKE:
A young-looking 18-year-old Clarke was described by his Colts coach Steve Armstrong as the best kick he has ever seen – including all of the AFL players he played with. A natural and fluent left footer, Clarke oozes class. Perhaps he is a mini Ali Pickett – A big comparison to make. 

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