SFC 2016: Preview Round Seven

Subiaco face the biggest game of their season so far as they travel to Fremantle to see the undefeated Bulldogs this weekend.

The WAFL’s two un-beaten sides will play for the right to be on top of the ladder with South Fremantle narrowly holding a better percentage.

The league juggernauts have had compelling battles in the past, but the un-blemished records make this Round Seven fixture stand out.

Subi are coming off a bye and will be well rested from the break. The Lions are managing a host of minor injuries but will only be missing Scott Hancock (season) for the clash.

Small defender Hayden Kennedy is a possible inclusion after avoiding any significant damage to his kicking foot against Perth. Kennedy is a key part of the Lions back line machine and will be handy against the Bulldogs #1 ranked offense.
South Fremantle come into the clash buoyed by a win over rivals East Fremantle last weekend. The Dogs kicked two late goals to get over the Sharks and displayed their ability to win a close contest.

The Bulldogs forward line has been the focal point this season with the Ben Saunders and Mason Shaw combo proving dominant. Subiaco have the 2nd stingiest defence in the league this year and will be hoping to ice the Dogs’ forwards’ hot form.
Hayden Kennedy is a possible return for the Lions against SFFC. 

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Subiaco vice-captain Leigh Kitchin will battle against former Frankston teammate Shane Hockey on the ball on Saturday. Kitchin is looking forward to the challenge of lining up against his old friend and both have been key contributors to their sides’ blistering starts in 2016. Subi utility Lachlan Delahunty and West Perth’s Michael Lourey also hail from the Frankston Dolphins in the VFL.

The Lions will once again give up the height advantage in the ruck and focus on their strengths at the clearances. South Fremantle’s pair of Josh Branchi and Zach Strom edge Clancy Wheeler-Lachlan Delahunty out in the size department but the Lions will look to take advantage of the mismatch. Not only have Delahunty and Wheeler proven dangerous around the clearances, they can also out run their slower ruck opposition into scoring areas.
Subiaco have two premiership players returning to the fold with Brad Stevenson and Michael Wood selected for the reserves. Stevenson missed all of last year with an ACL injury and Wood has fought back from a hip injury. The two utilities are welcome returns for the Lions in 2016. 

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