Subi Dominate Last Quarter to Win


Article By: Andrew Owen | Photo By: Michael Flood

A dominant last quarter has seen Subiaco record a 53-point victory over South Fremantle.

The Lions kicked seven goals to two in the final term to win 15.16 (106) to 7.11 (53) over the Bulldogs.

Jarrad Kayler-Thompson had a day out in the midfield for Subiaco with 35 possessions and was assisted by George Hampson (27), Brett Mahoney (26), Joey Daye (21) and Jason Bristow (19) to go with his two goals.

South Fremantle only had four players get 20 or more possessions.  They were Mitch Banner (23), Toby Bairstow (20), Jacob Martinez (20) and Sean Tighe (20).

The game started positively for Lions when they kicked the first two goals of the match but the Bulldogs never gave in and at quarter time found themselves two-points behind.

Subiaco looked to be taking control of the match early in the second quarter when they kicked goals through Rhys Waters and Brad Stevenson but South Fremantle again fought back and like it was at quarter time, the margin was two points in favour of the Lions.

The third quarter was very scrappy with both teams having numerous chances to kick goals but instead could only manage points.  This was until Chris Deluca got a goal from a quick snap out the pack and minutes later Michael Wood got his second goal of the match.  These two quick goals gave Subiaco some breathing space and had them 15-points up at three quarter time.

The Lions then stepped it up a gear and completely outplayed a young Bulldogs side.  Mark Nicoski kicked the first goal for Subiaco and this was followed by goals to Bristow, Brad Stevenson and Wood.  When Bristow kicked his second goal of the quarter and Wood kicked his fourth of the match the margin was out to 56-points.  Nicoski showed that he’s getting better with each game when he snapped a goal from 50 metres out with his left foot.

South Fremantle was almost held goalless for the entire second half until Adam Guglielmana was able to kick two late goals.  However this was nothing but a mere conciliation as the Lions ran out 53-point victors.

 
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
 
Subi
3.2
6.4
8.8
15.16
106
S. Freo
2.6
5.8
5.11
7.11
53
 
GOALS - SUBIACO:Wood 4; Bristow, Stevenson, McDougall, Nicoski 2; Waters, Deluca, Daniels
SOUTH FREMANTLE:Guglielmana, Banner 2; Sgherza, Miller, McIntosh
 
First Quarter
Subiaco kicked the first two goals of the game through McDougall and Ray Daniels.  Kris Miller then went forward a kicked South Fremantle’s first.  The Bulldogs then kicked three straight behinds which could have easily been goals.  Paul Mugambwa then leapt high and took a brilliant mark and sent the ball inside 50 where Mitch Banner took the mark and converted the goal.  The Lions had a narrow lead of just two points at the quarter time break.
 
Second Quarter
Subiaco dominated the opening 10 minutes of the second quarter and extended their lead through goals to Rhys Waters and Stevenson to extend the lead to 15-points.  South Fremantle then started to get back in the game and when Jarrad Winter kicked the ball backwards inside his own forward line to Adam McIntosh the Bulldogs had their first goal of the second term.  South Fremantle then kicked another goal through John Sgherza and the margin was back to three points.  McDougall then took a diving mark and converted to get his second goal of the match to extend the Lions lead before Mitch Banner kicked one late for the Bulldogs which had the margin at two points at half time.

The major ball winners for Subiaco were Jarrod Kayler-Thompson who had 14 possessions, George Hampson 13, Joey Daye 12, and Brett Mahoney 9.  For South Fremantle Banner had 14 possessions, Tim Kelly had 11 and Sean Tighe had 10.

Third Quarter
The third quarter was very disappointing with both sides skill level extremely poor.  The first goal came at the 25 minute mark when Chris DeLuca kicked a goal from a snap out of the pack that extended the Lions lead to nine points.  Kayler-Thompson played on after Subiaco got a holding the ball decision and placed a perfect pass into the hands of a diving Michael Wood.  Wood went back and converted the goal to give the Lions a 15-point lead at three quarter time.

The major ball winners for Subiaco were Hampson and Kayler-Thompson who each had 21 possessions and Mahoney had 18.  For the Bulldogs Banner had 20 and Kelly and Tighe each had 15.

Fourth Quarter
The Lions dominated the last quarter kicking seven unanswered goals before South Fremantle were able to get two.  Both these goals came from the boot of Guglielmana.  The Bulldogs did not have an inside 50 entry until the 19 minute mark of the quarter when Bairstow kicked the ball to the top of the square.
 
Wonderful Wood
Michael Wood continues to impress and in his fourth senior match had 13 possessions, eight marks and four goals.

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