PREVIEW: Round 11 (2017) at Peel

The Subiaco Lions travel to Mandurah to face the 4th placed Thunder in Round 11.

The 2016 Grand Finalists will meet for the second time this season with the Lions claiming early season honours with a 15-point win in Round Four.

Subi return buoyant after the state bye with six Lions contributing to WA’s first ever win over Victoria in Melbourne last weekend.
Kyal Horsley, Leigh Kitchin, Lachlan Delahunty, Clancy Wheeler, Corey Adamson and Jordan Lockyer starred for the black ducks while the rest of the squad rested.
Peel only had Leroy Jetta in the state game and are coming off a massive 90-point win against Perth before the bye. The Fremantle side has remained relatively steady over the last couple of months so the Lions can expect to face a similar side to the Thunders RD10 outfit.
This match-up is crucial for mid-season confidence and the Lions will be looking to continue the form they had before the break.


Subiaco acquired Jordan Lockyer at the start of the 2015 following his return from Perth after a stint with the Sydney Swans. Lockyer’s addition to the Lions team has been big, with the athletic half-back providing a domineering presence. Lockyer has played 50 league games for the Lions out of a possible 56 since 2015.

Subiaco opted to rest their two young forwards Liam Ryan and Liam Baker over the weekend despite their WA state selections. This pre-emptive move will undoubtedly give the young live-wires a chance to breathe and regain their strength heading into the back-half of the season.


Subiaco have historically towelled up Peel Thunder, but since the Dockers alignment an interesting rivalry has developed. The Thunder and Lions have split the wins 4-4 since 2013 including Grand Final 2016. The Lions had previously won 16 of 19 against the Thunder before then but it’s become a real battle in the modern WAFL landscape.

Leroy Jetta has returned from his suspension like a bat out of hell for the Thunder. The crafty goal-smith hasn’t lost a step and an impressive performance for WA against the Vics emphasised the ex-Essendon man’s form. Subi will have to keep a lock down on the WAFL 2nd leading goal-kicker.  
Game-Day Key Times:


9.00am – Colts Bouncedown
11.30am – Development League Bouncedown
2.15pm – League Bouncedown


Purchase from any of the three gates on game day.  Adult Tickets $15. Concession Tickets $12. Under 16s Free.

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