Rumble Ready

Vice captain Darren Rumble headlines a number of key additions to the Subiaco side that lost to West Perth by ten points a fortnight ago.

The veteran defender has recovered from a calf injury that’s seen him sidelined since round 5.

Rising star Joe Scafidi is in line to make his WAFL debut after a string of dominant performances in the reserves.

The 19-year-old Mines Rovers product has averaged 22 disposals so far this season.

Scafidi’s strength is his clean hands under pressure and he’s touted as a big part of Subiaco’s future plans.

Aaron Heal is another player inline to play his first senior game as a Lion.

Heal’s defensive efforts have been superb in the reserves since he joined the club after playing four senior games for Peel Thunder in 2011.

Clancy Wheeler is free to play after his striking charge was thrown out by the WAFL tribunal.

Rumble, Scafidi and Heal have all been including in Jarrad Schofield’s 26-man squad ahead of Monday’s WA Day clash with Claremont at the Claremont Show grounds.

Bounce down is at 2:05pm for the League, 11:25am for Reserves and 5:00pm for Colts.



Head to Head

Played: 267   Claremont: 128   Subiaco: 138   Draws: 1

At Show Grounds

Played: 1   Claremont: 0   Subiaco: 1

Last Meeting - Round 3, 2014 at East Fremantle Oval

Claremont 6.14 (50) def by Subiaco 18.22 (130) 




Both sides have been given the opportunity to freshen up due to last weekend’s state game bye.

By the time the Lions run out against Claremont it will have been 16 days since either team has played a game of football.

The only exceptions are George Hampson and Luke Blackwell who both played in WA’s 85-point win over the NEAFL in Sydney on Saturday.


While Claremont look set to have their worst season this decade one player who hasn’t dropped off is Luke Blackwell.

A ball magnet, Blackwell is averaging 28 disposals in a side that’s lost 6 out of 8 games.

He had 31 disposals playing for WA last weekend.


According to WAFL records Subiaco has played Claremont only once at  Claremont Show Grounds.

The Lions won by 69 points in Round 3 in 1926.

The Tigers have been forced to play their home games at the Show Grounds and East Fremantle Oval while Claremont Oval undergoes redevelopments for two seasons.


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