Horsley to lead WA

Subiaco captain Kyal Horsley has been announced as captain for a WA side hoping to beat Victoria in Melbourne for the first time in history.

Horsley was selected as captain at the final training session after an outstanding 2017 campaign to date. Subi dual premiership player Clancy Wheeler was also selected as vice-captain alongside East Perth’s Kyle Anderson.
Four other Lions will represent WA as they travel East for this Saturday's massive clash with Jordan Lockyer, Clancy Wheeler, Leigh Kitchin and Lachlan Delahunty selected by the WA coaching staff.
It will be state debuts for defender Jordan Lockyer and ex-baseballer Corey Adamson. Leigh Kitchin will remarkably represent WA for the the third time in three years and Delahunty will make his 2nd WA appearance against his state of origin. 
WA coach Michael Broadbridge believes his side have the ability to challenge the Vics on their home turf.
“We are all really committed and looking forward to the challenge,” he said.
“We’re obviously expecting a certain style of play from the VFL on that ground so we’ve taken the approach of selecting players in the roles we’re likely to need,” Broadbridge said.
“We’ve been out watching players at the WAFL each week and all of the senior coaches have been very supportive and given us great feedback on which players are in form in the roles we need and who is most worthy of consideration,
“Overall, with the size of the ground at North Port, the opposition, and the chance it could be a bit slippery, means we’ve selected players with bigger bodies who are strong over the ball and strong at the contest, which we’ll look to compliment with a bit of flair,
“We’ve also looked at players who we think can adapt well, have some experience playing in the conditions against similar opposition and are mentally strong,
The WAFL State Team will be aiming to break a long drought against Victoria in Melbourne, having played 23 times since 1904 without a win.
The last game between the two States was played in WA in 2013 at Northam, with WA claiming its first win over Victoria in 22 years after kicking 10 goals to three in the second half to run out 17.16 (118) to 15.11 (101) winners.
The game will be televised live on Channel 7 from 12pm WA time on Saturday, May 27.
Likely line-up
B: K. Manning, K. Anderson, K. Ugle
HB: L. Meadows, J. Lockyer, A Strijk
C: A. Black, J. Marsh, K. Horsley
HF: H. Schloithe, T. Notte, L. Jetta
F: J. Bradshaw, C. Wheeler, B. Saunders
Foll: M. Andrews, J. Bolton, T. Kelly
Int from: L. Kitchin, R. Cook, S. Nelson, L. Delahunty, C. Adamson, W. Maginness


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