SFC 2016: Preview Round 8

 
Subiaco have a tough challenge ahead of them this weekend with the rising Sharks visiting Medibank Stadium

The Lions recorded an important win over their cross-town rivals South Fremantle last week but will have to remain focussed to avoid a big game lull.

East Fremantle proved they had plenty to be worried about against East Perth on Sunday, over-running the Royals for a big 37-point win.

Subiaco are the front-runners again in 2016 after a 6-0 start to the season. They’ve also managed to defeat 3/4 of teams currently sitting in finals positions. (Peel, East Perth, South Fremantle)

Subi also have the luxury of a relatively healthy list with premiership halfback Jordan Lockyer a chance to return against this Sharks. This could create a selection headache for Jarrad Schofield who had a solid team performance from the 22 last week. Scott Hancock (season), Tom Smith (season) and Kyle Halligan (8 weeks) are the only patrons of the long-term injury list.

East Fremantle has lost a couple of close games in 2016 but they have no lack of talent. The Sharks are fourth in the competition with a 3-3 record and will be looking to claim their biggest scalp of the season with their only wins over the bottom half. (Swan Districts, West Perth and East Perth.)
 
 
 
 
 
SUBIACO
VS 
EAST FREMANTLE
 
MEDIBANK STADIUM
 
SATURDAY MAY 7
 
Colts: 9:00am
Reserves: 11:30am
League:  2:15pm
Coastal Titans: 5:15pm
 
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GAME CHANGERS

HEADS UP HAMPSON
2014 Subiaco Premiership player George Hampson will return to Medibank Stadium for the second time since moving to East Fremantle. Hampson won the Outridge Medal alongside Brett Mahoney in 2013 before departing on questionable terms at the end of 2014. Hampson only managed 12 disposals in his first return to Leederville Oval in Round 11, 2015 and the Lions will be looking to hold him to a similar performance.   
 
FREE KICK OFFENDERS
An interesting statistic emerged during the week, which showed that Subiaco were the highest offenders for frees against in the WAFL after six rounds. Significantly so…
Subi pride themselves on their aggression around the ball Kim Hagdorn from The Age noted the discrepancies.

Subiaco 83-135 at -52
East Perth 107-134 at -27
Peel Thunder 77-103 at -26
Perth 108-128 at -20
East Fremantle 110-107 at +3
Claremont 115-100 at +15
Swan Districts 120-101 at +19
South Fremantle 143-108 at +35
West Perth 161-110 at +51


FOOD FOR DAYS
Make sure you bring your hunger with you on Saturday because Medibank Stadium has a host of tasty food options. Topolinis To-Go is open as always for classic footy food like burgers, chips and dim sims and Espresso Delight has hot coffee and sweets located in the in the SFC Alfresco area. NY Hotdogs will be in the house with some world-class bratwursts and will be located at the Southern End. The Subi Bar will also be pouring cold beers all day.
 
ONE LIFE ROUND
Subiaco and East Fremantle will don blue armbands in support of One Life Round. One Life Round is an initiative focussed on highlighting mental illness and suicide awareness in Australia.
 

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