WRAP: Round 13 (2017) vs East Perth

Subiaco claimed their 11th win in a row against the Royals at Leederville Oval yesterday.

The Lions started slowly but outmuscled their rivals by 32-points in a fiercely contested encounter.
Liam Ryan was a key player and kicked four goals from his 11 disposals. The young forward also took two massive grabs at key moments.   
Ben Sokol remains a consistent avenue to goals with his marking ability and set shot standing out against the Royals. Big utility Clancy Wheeler also extended his hot streak with a 16 disposal, three goal game.
Kyal Horsley was the Lions most prolific ball-winner with 26 touches, Lachlan Delahunty had 25 and Leigh Kitchin had 24.

Jordan Lockyer was outstanding in defence for Subi and limited the East Perth-West Coast talls. Brad Stevenson played an important role down back in the first half and the return of Gus Litherland added an extra competitiveness to the lineup.

The win puts Subiaco in good stead heading into the business end of the season. East Perth were the biggest challenge for the Lions at the present and they put doubts to rest with a comprehensive performance.

Subiaco got the game underway with a Max Walters goal but the Royals quickly came to the party. Eagles youngster Tom Lamb slotted a set shot and was quickly followed by the Royals second from Scott Jones. Danger signs were going for Jarrad Schofield and his men when Maginness snapped truly. Subi fought their way back into the game and a Kitchin long bomb made the difference 12 points at quarter time.

The Royals got the first of the second when Brad Hill set up Julian Ameduri for a set shot, right in front kicking towards the city end. The Lions desperately needed a momentum changer and they got it through a high-flying Liam Ryan. Subi were struggling to get out of their back-half until Ryan flew above the pack for his first notable influence on the game. The second quarter was a wasteful one for the Lions though, kicking 1.7 to the Royals 2.1.

Subi emerged from the main break with a notable sense of urgency and the crowd got up when Liam Ryan got on the end of a swift transition. Moments later Ryan had another. Ben Sokol collected the forward entry, then dished off to Horsley who hit Ryan running into an open goal. Subi took the lead for the first time since the opening minutes when swing-man Brad Stevenson snapped from the pocket. A dashing entry from Adam Cockie then helped Ryan kick his third of the quarter. Subi turned the table to lead by 18 at three quarter time.

East Perth had a sniff early when Josh Hill kicked his second goal but the Lions displayed their consistent ability to grind out games. Clancy Wheeler added the icing on the cake as Subi outscored the Royals 5.3 to 3.1 in another classic Leederville derby. Subiaco win by 32.

Although he can be overlooked at times the development of Sorrento Duncraig product Craig Hoskins has been incredible. Hoskins is one of the hardest at the ball and the leading tackler for the Lions in 2017. The 2015 premiership player continues to go strength to strength and his 17 disposal, 10 tackle game was impressive. Subiaco won the total tackle count 65-55.

Subi gained a lot of power and experience with the inclusions of Gus Litherland and Corey Adamson. The two ex-AFL listed players were important additions against an East Perth side featuring 15 West Coast Eagles players. Adamson ran through packs like a bull and Litherlands one on one competitiveness stood out against the talented Royals.   


The WAFL’s leading goal kicker has had a quiet month to his standards but looks to be working himself back into form. WAFL defenders have found better ways of blocking the high-flying forwards run but he did some of his best work against the AFL talent of Sam Butler in the Leederville derby. Ryan looks fit and ready to have a big back half of the season.

Clancy Wheeler sunk the Royals with a fourth quarter set shot.
SUBIACO                                  3.2         4.9            9.11        14.14       (98)
EAST PERTH                            4.1         5.3             6.6          11.9        (66)
Goals; 4 L.Ryan, 3 B.Sokol, C.Wheeler, 2 M.Walters, 1 B.Stevenson, L.Kitchin
Best; C.Wheeler, B.Sokol, J.Lockyer, A.Litherland, C.Hoskins
Subiaco’s D-league team demolished East Perth by 75-points at Leederville Oval.

Ryan Vermeersch was dominant with 16 disposals, 11 marks and four goals. Dylan Nelson made the most of his opportunities with three goals.
Matt Bogensperger was involved in most of Subi’s midfield play with 37 disposals and two goals. Bogensperger will be aiming for more league games in the future. Braden Fimmano had 28 touches and Daniel Leach 25.
The reserves go to 4th spot on the ladder at 6-6 with a superior percentage to Perth and East Fremantle on either side.

SUBIACO                                  6.4       7.12         12.14       18.17       (122)
EAST PERTH                            2.1        4.2            6.5          7.8          (50)
Goals; 4 R.Vermeersch, 3 D.Nelson, 2 M.Bogensperger, D.Clarke, 1 J.Turner, J.Underwood, R.Powell, B.Fimmano, J.Miller, J.Garcia, S.Nelson
Best; R.Vermeersch, M.Bogensperger, J.Garcia, B.Reid, D.Leach
The Subiaco Colts went down to co-tenants East Perth on Saturday morning by 16 points.
They are still in fifth position on the ladder but only one game clear of West Perth.
Tom Edwards-Baldwin battled hard all day for the Lions, finishing with 23 possessions, five tackles, three marks and three inside 50s in his true combative style.
Max Dennis continued his impressive season with 24 possessions (he is third overall in the competition for possessions with 259), while the likes of Liam Hickmott (18 possessions), Tristan Hobley (16), Wil Hickmott (16) and Christian Martin (16) battled hard.
Up forward, Jordan Faraone was a livewire, finishing the match with two goals from 12 possessions. Che Wyatt was the other multiple goalscorer with two, and Martin added one.
In the fifth minute of the opening quarter, Christian Martin pinpointed the ball straight to Che Wyatt inside 50. Because of the impressive kick, Wyatt did not have to break stride and was able to bang through the first goal of the game. However, four minutes later, Liam Martin responded for the Royals when he converted a set shot.
Mitch Hughes found Martin inside the forward 50 in the 17th minute. Martin was then clever enough to handball over his head to Jordan Faraone who dribbled home an incredible goal from the boundary. A few minutes later, Udomsup Quartermaine kicked a goal for the Royals, and in the dying stages, Reuben Pasalich converted his opportunity to put East Perth up by seven points at quarter-time.
In the second quarter, it was East Perth’s Aaron Redhead who was the only goalscorer when he kicked one from 25 metres out. Redhead then kicked the first goal of the third quarter, and moments later Quartermaine kicked his second and the Royals were up by 31 points. Thankfully for the Lions, Faraone was able to dribble one through in the 12th minute to reduce the margin to 25 points.
In the final quarter, Mitchell Gupanis kicked another goal for East Perth, but Che Christian Martin was responded for the Lions when he converted his set shot in the 12th minute. In the dying stages, Wyatt kicked his second to reduce the margin to 16 points, but it was not enough to spark a miraculous comeback.
The Colts will be looking to atone, when they travel to HBF Arena to take on West Perth on Friday, June 30.
SUBIACO                                  2.1        2.4            3.6        5.12          (42)
EAST PERTH                            3.2        4.6           6.13        7.16         (58)
Goals;  2 J.Faraone, C.Wyatt, 1 C.Martin
Best; M.Dennis, T.Edwards-baldwin, K.Stainsby, L.Hickmott

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