Development Report (Round 19) vs EFFC

Subiaco’s Development side suffered a frustrating loss against East Fremantle with the game slipping out of their hands in the fourth quarter.

The Lions led by a goal heading into the final term but conceded five goals in the last to fall short by ten points.

The loss to the 5th placed Sharks wasn’t ideal considering the Maroons precarious ladder position but there were still plenty of positives to take from the trip to East Fremantle Oval.

Matt Bogensperger has become one of the most consistent players on Subiaco’s list and would be hammering his case for league football in the very near future. A massive 38 disposals, seven marks and a goal from Bogensperger stands out and if anyone had the ability to break into the talent packed league midfield over the last month it could be him.

Subiaco have also been ecstatic with the progress of Daniel Leach. The first year player at the Lions has played all but one game and amounted 330 disposals. The Geraldton product had 20 disposals and 11 tackles against the Sharks.

The re-emergence of Dylan Clarke has also been a massive highlight for the Lions with the Kalgoorlie product booting five goals over the last two weeks. Clarke doesn’t need a lot of the ball to have an impact and kicked three majors from eight disposals against East.

Other notable performances came from Ryan Wade with 17 disposals, Tim Sutherland who dominated the ruck for 45 hit-outs, Rowen Powell had 22 touches and Chris Bryan who made a humble return from an injury that’s kept him out since Round 5.
Subi’s young draft prospect Brayden Ainsworth continued his strong adaptation to senior football with 16 touches.

SUBIACO                          2.2      3.4      7.6       9.8        (62)
EAST FREO                      4.0      6.4      6.6      11.6       (72)
BEST: M.Bogensperger, D.Clarke, R.Wade, D.Leach
GOALS: 3 D.Nelson, D.Clarke, 1 T.Breeze, K.Halligan, M.Bogensperger
A goal after the siren from Dwayne Nevill saw Subiaco go down by six points at East Fremantle Oval on Saturday morning.
The Colts are now in the precarious position of potentially missing out on finals in 2017.
Luke Foley provided plenty of grunt in the midfield, finishing with 19 possessions, 13 tackles and a goal.
Tristan Hobley (25 possessions and four marks), Liam Hickmott (23 possessions and nine tackles), Max Dennis (17 possesisons, eight marks and four tackles), Liam Connolly (17 possessions and four marks) and Kyron Hayden (16 possessions, nine tackles, seven marks and a goal) were all prolific for the Lions.
Up forward Jaxon Bilchuris continued his dream start for the Lions, finishing with two goals from five possessions, in just his second game. Tom Edwards-Baldwin (2 goals) was the other multiple goalscorer while Jordan Faraone, Nathan French, Foley and Hayden all kicked one goal each.
Within the first twenty seconds of the game, Subiaco won a clearance and got the ball inside 50. Christian Martin gathered the ball at full pace before dishing off to Che Wyatt, who then handballed to Nathan French, who snapped through the first goal of the game. Dillon O’Reilly scored the instant reply for the home side when he kicked his first goal from the pocket. In the 20th minute, Jordan Faraone caught an East Fremantle defender holding the ball. The small forward went back and converted a difficult set shot from the boundary, and a minute later, Jaxon Bilchuris took a strong grab inside attacking 50. The key forward banged through his set shot from about 40 metres out
It took until the 16th minute in the second quarter for either side to kick a goal and unfortunately for Subiaco, it was East Fremantle’s Josh Ritchie who did so running into an open goal to score his first goal of the game. This then sparked a chain reaction for the home side as Tim Bockman, Dwayne Nevill, O’Reilly and Ritchie all kicked goals to give East Fremantle a 18-point advantage into half-time.
After half-time the Lions came out roaring. Within the first eight minutes of the quarter, Luke Foley, Bilchuris and Tom Edwards-Baldwin had all kicked goals for the visitors. In the 14th minute, Kyron Hayden was able to take a mark in between three East Fremantle defenders. The State 18s player went back and banged through his first goal of the morning. On the brink of three-quarter time, Edwards-Baldwin scored his second goal to push the margin out to 15 points.
Thoughout the early stages of the final quarter East Fremantle had all the momentum but could not capitalise on their opportunities. It took until the 15th minute, when Nevill took a mark inside 50 and kicked his second goal to reduce the margin to just four points. Soon after he kicked his third goal. Max Dennis then unfortunately hit the post after receiving a 50-metre penalty. After the siren, Nevill kicked his fourth to give East Fremantle the victory.
Next week the Lions host the fourth placed Swan Districts at Leederville Oval in a do-or-die clash.
Regarded as a top draft prospect for the 2018 AFL Draft, Dillon O’Reilly was well held by Mitch Hughes. The East Fremantle product kicked two goals from 12 possessions, but his impact was down compared to previous games. Hughes did an outstanding job quelling his influence in the forward line.
In arguably his best performance of 2017, Deng was simply sensational against the Sharks. He accumulated 14 possessions, won 17 hit-outs, laid five tackles, and took two marks in a dazzling display.
The Lions again won the tackle count, this time 93-65. This was very well led by Luke Foley with 13 tackles, and admirably Liam Hickmott (9), Nathan French (8) and Nicholas Baroni (6).
 Dwayne Nevill kicked his fourth goal, after the siren.
SUBIACO                           3.3        3.4        8.7         8.9          (57)
EAST FREMANTLE           1.2        6.4        6.4         9.9          (63)
Goals; 2 J. Bilchuris, T. Edwards-Baldwin, 1. J. Faraone, K. Hayden, N. French, L. Foley
Best; L. Foley, K. Hayden, L. Hickmott, M. Deng, M. Hughes

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