PREVIEW: Round 11 at East Perth

The Subiaco Lions are looking to get back to their best form against co-tenants East Perth at Medibank Stadium this Saturday.

Subi burst out of he blocks in 2016 and firmed as clear favourites until signs of complacency emerged.  After winning the first six games of the season, the Lions have now lost two of the last three and are desperately trying to reconnect with their early season form.

East Perth has been inconsistent in 2016 and finds themselves outside the top five with a record of 4-5.  Last week the Royals fell short to Peel with a score of 3.7 in the wet and have shown problems when playing the better teams.
The West Coast aligned side has accumulated their wins against Peel, West Perth, Perth and Swan Districts so far this year.
Subiaco could strike a few changes from the team that lost to West Perth with defender Hayden Kennedy a definite out after hurting his right shoulder against the Falcons.
There’s a host of players putting their hands up in the reserves. 2014 Premiership player Brad Stevenson has returned from a long-term knee injury and was named best on ground last week with 21 touches and eight marks.

Bill Fetherstonhaugh has responded well since being dropped to the twos and Hayden Yarran could also be a possibility with 21 goals from 9 games.

East Perth fielded a strong side against Peel last week with Eagles Lewis Jetta, Jamie Bennell and Jackson Nelson lining up for the Royals.




Colts: 9:00am
Reserves: 11:30am
League:  2:15pm


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Hamish Shepheard blows past East Perth captain Kyle Anderson. 
Subiaco’s Hamish Shepheard currently leads the league in goals with 23 but will come up against one of the leagues in form defenders in Tom Barrass on the weekend. 2014 West Coast draftee Barrass has been biding his time in the WAFL and will be an interesting match up for key forward Shepheard.
The Lions didn’t adapt well to the conditions last week against West Perth but the next game is an opportunity to bounce back. If Subi can move the ball through the midfield and hit their breakout targets they have the ability to run over the Royals. With sunshine scheduled, the Lions will have no excuse in missing targets on Saturday.
Despite a dark day against the Falcons in Round 10 captain Kyal Horsley continues to inspire for the Lions.  Horsley gathered 34 touches, five tackles and in his 8th WAFL season and is showing career best form. The two-time Outridge medallist will be hoping to lead by example again against the Royals. 

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