Lions Mauled

 

Lions Mauled

The Lion’s horror run of losses continued today, the side dismantled by East Fremantle at Medibank Stadium.

The final margin of 66 points could have been greater had the Sharks kicked accurately.

Subiaco were on the back foot from the beginning as East Freo burst out of the blocks and never looked back.

Positives were hard to find for the home side but youngster Charlie Le Fanu showed glimpses of form after being swung into the forward line after half time.

The Sharks were relentless and their application to the task was never more evident than when Mitchell Boyle thwarted one of the few promising forward thrusts that the Lions could manufacture. George Hampson thought he was clear to run and carry the ball inside fifty until Boyle caught him from behind with an aggressive run down and tackle. The Sharks then caught Subiaco’s defenders on the counter attack to slot through a goal.

First Quarter:

East Fremantle burst out of the blocks recording thirteen scoring shots to just two in the opening stanza.

Young Lions tagger Mathew Bogensperger went straight to Shark’s ball-magnet Rory O’Brien in an attempt to shut down the play maker, but did little to curb his influence. Obrien gathered 8 disposals and had two inside fifties for the quarter.

Michael Wood scored Subiaco’s first and only goal of the half, converting a mark from forty metres out.

The Sharks had four different goal scorers, Max Duffy with 2 to his name at quarter time.

Second Quarter

Turn overs once again proved costly for Subiaco and resulted in an enormous amount of pressure of it’s back six.

The Lion’s defence held strong until the 8 minute mark when James Depane found space inside fifty and converted truly.

Depane then found himself on the end of some strong back line drive by team mate Tom Howlett and kicked his second of the game.

The only headache for Steve Malaxos was his team’s wayward kicking, the Sharks dominated play were wasteful in front of goals adding 3 goals and 7 behinds for the quarter.

The margin would have been greater if not for some superb defensive efforts from Lion Scott Worthington.

Third Quarter

What ever Schofield said to his troops at half time appeared to work as the Lions booted the first of the second half.

A strong mark to youngster Charlie Le Fanu set up Andrew McDougall front directly in front, the former Eagle and Bulldog converted.

But the revival was short lived, The Sharks replied through Richard Hadley minutes later and continued to suffocate every Lion’s possession.

Callum Sinclair gave the Lions fans something to smile about when he pushed forward and plucked an impressive one handed grab inside fifty but failed to finish with a goal.

Second gamer Charlie Le Fanu again bobbed up deep in the forward line, reading it off the back of a pack to gather and slot through his first goal in senior football.

Subiaco switched to one on one football and managed to stem the tide somewhat, conceding only four goals while adding two.

Fourth Quarter

Jarrad Schofield made some adjustments at the final break, moving winger Jarrod Kayler-Thomson into the back line.

Starting centre-half-forward Clancy Wheeler found himself in the ruck while Andrew McDougall and Sinclair moved deep into the forward line.

The changes amounted to nothing as East Fremantle continued its onslaught, Rory O’Brien amassed 38 disposals and a goal.

Sinclair and McDougall were essentially removed from the contest as the ball stayed locked in the Sharks forward fifty for the majority of the final term.

Joey Daye hit the scoreboard late with a goal on the run and Le Fanu booted his second to reduce the margin to 11 goals.

Subiaco will regroup to take on Perth at Brownes Stadium next Saturday.

 

Q1

Q2

Q3

Q4

 

East Freo

5.7

8.14

12.17

17.21

123

Subiaco

1.1

1.3

3.7

8.9

57

 

Goals:

East Fremantle: Perham 4, Lester-Smith 3, Depane, Duffy 2, Boyle, Cronin, Hadley O’Brien, Stephen, Young 1

Subiaco:  Wood, Le Fanu 2, Bristow, Daniels, Daye, McDougall, Sinclair, Wheeler 1

Best: 

East Fremantle:McGough, Howlett, O'Brien, Macdougall, Lester-Smith

Subiaco:  No players to be noted

 

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