McDougall, Deluca, Phelan Fine for Finals

For the second week in a row Subiaco will be bolstered by the return of a trio of key players as the team embarks on it’s first finals campaign since 2011.

Ruckman Andrew McDougall will return after being rested last week and will partner with Frank Stockley in taking on a host of East Perth talls.

Chris Phelan has over come a calf injury and will re-claim his spot in Subiaco’s midfield.

Chris Deluca is Subiaco’s third inclusion after overcoming general soreness.

Meanwhile East Perth has lodged their list and have named 11 AFL listed players for the Second Semi.

J Brennan
K Anderson
B Wilson
P Mcginnity
F Mcinnes
N Blee
D Cadwallader
C Wulff
S Payne
J Hill
J Smith
J Oakley-Nicholls
D Sheed
C Sinclair
A Smith
P Johnson
S Butler
B Lee
M Fraser, F Clutterbuck, C Hart, B Dobson, A Carter, M Howlett, B Colledge, J Payne
J Latham
D Rumble
C Le Fanu
D Leishman
B Stevenson
S Worthington
W Twomey
K Horsley
J Joyce
R Waters
C Wheeler
S Yarran
L Delahunty
M Boland
A Mcdougall
F Stockley
J Bristow
B Mahoney
A Davey, C Deluca, J Deluca, K Halligan, S Hildebrandt, C Phelan, A Pickett, R Wade

If statistics are anything to go by fans are in for a treat on Sunday as the two highest scoring teams go head to head.

Subiaco has kicked a total of 291 goals this season while East Perth has kicked 288.

Subiaco average 100 points per game compared to East Perth’s 99.


First Hands

Winning hit outs has been a problem for the Lions all season while it hasn’t been a huge area of concern for East Perth.

The Lions are ranked 7th in the league averaging just 37 hit outs per game while Paul Johnson, Callum Sinclair and Scott Lycett have East Perth ranked fourth averaging 47 per game.

Cool Head

While Brian Dawson has a wealth of experience coaching WAFL finals (including the 2010 Swan Districts premiership) Sunday’s game will be Jarrad Schofield’s first senior final at the helm.

He says he’ll call on his experience as a player in 2006, 2007 & 2008 with Subiaco plus the successful 2004 AFL campaign with Port Adelaide.

“It’s exciting, it’s a different spin on it, hopefully I can draw on my experience as a player to keep the boys calm and their head in it, and make sure they don’t get ahead of themselves and play the game in their heads before hand.” Schofield said.”

Payne in the Midfield

Steven Payne has gone from strength to strength this season and is East Perth’s highest possession winner averaging 25 disposals per game.

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