Development Report (Round 20) vs SDFC

 
The Maroons D-League suffered an unfortunate fade out against the Swans in Round 20 going down by 40 points at Leederville Oval.

Subi were in it until the last quarter but couldn’t run with a Swans side running with a well-balanced side.

This game was the perfect avenue for players to build form however with the notable comeback of 2015 premiership forward Kyle Halligan. Halligan looked fired up and ready to go in the clash kicking four majors from 12 disposals and five marks.
 
Chris Bryan also continues to build form with the hopes of returning to the league side before the season is out. Bryan’s dash and disposal in the back-line has always been his best asset.

Daniel Leach led disposals on a low possession day for the Lions with 21 and Ryan Wade collected 17 touches.
 
Youngsters Nick Menegola and Josh Underwood impressed whilst 2017 draft prospect Brayden Ainsworth finished with 17 disposals as he further acclimatises to senior football.
 
The loss leaves the Development side at 9-9 a game ahead from 5th position. They will need wins against West Perth and East Perth to secure their spot in September.
 

Kyle Halligan made a solid return for the Maroons 
 
SUBIACO                          5.0      7.4      9.6       10.8        (68)
SWAN DISTRICTS            3.3      9.4      12.4     17.6      (108)
 
 
BEST: 4 K.Halligan, 2 S.Nelson, 1 R.Wade, D.Nelson, C.Bryan, C.Barns
 
 
GOALS: K.Halligan, N.Menegola, R.Wade, J.Underwood
 
 
 
GAME STATISTICS 
 
 
 
 
 
COLTS RECAP:
 
 
The Subiaco Colts lost to Swan Districts by 14 points at Leederville Oval on Saturday morning.
 
The result makes the task of playing finals even more difficult for the Lions as East Perth are a game clear and with superior percentage.
 
Liam Hickmott tried hard for the Lions all day, finishing with 22 possessions, 10 tackles, five inside 50s and three marks.
 
He was supported well by Tristan Hobley (23 possessions, six marks and five inside 50s), Tom Edwards-Baldwin (22 possessions, seven inside 50s, five marks and four tackles), Luke Foley (21 possessions, five tackles, five inside 50s and four marks) and Kyron Hayden (21 possessions and nine tackles).
 
Up forward Christian Martin booted two goals to take his season tally to 29. Nathan French was the other multiple goalscorer with two, while Che Wyatt, Jaxon Bilchuris and Nic Baroni all kicked one goal each.
 
After bursting through a pack, Callum Garcia was able to settle and nail through the first goal of the game for Swan Districts, but soon after, Nathan French responded when he converted a long range set shot. Stephen Hay then took a strong pack mark and kicked his first goal for the game. Tom Edwards-Baldwin displayed his toughness when he burst through a pack and found Che Wyatt inside 50, and the Esperance junior kicked a goal. In the 20th minute, Patrick Farrant was able to miraculously snapped one through from the boundary for the Swans.
 
In the opening minutes of the second quarter, the Lions had all the momentum but could not capitalise on the scoreboard. It took until the ninth minute, when French was able to dribble through his second goal of the game. Moments later, Jaxon Bilchuris took a sensational contested mark in the goalsquare and the 16-year-old nailed his first goal and the Lions were up by 11 points.
 
After the main break, Farrant was able to take a contested mark in the goalsquare and kicked his second of the game. A few minutes later, Christian Martin took a sensational diving mark in the forward pocket and the key forward snapped one through from the boundary. Hay responded for the visitors, and in the last few minutes of the quarter, Darryl Dawson and Dylan Brockbernd both kicked goals for the Swans.
 
The final quarter did not start greatly for the Lions as Tyler Bennett added another for the visitors and soon after Dawson nailed his second. Nic Baroni was and Martin both kicked goals for the Lions to bring them within seven points. However in the 17th minute, Farrant kicked his third, which halted all of the Lions’ momentum, and the Swans ran out 14-point victors.
 
Next week, the Lions have the bye, but following that they will look to salvage their season with a strong performance against West Perth.
 
GAME CHANGERS
  
SONS OF A GUN CONTINUES RICH FORM
 
Against Swan Districts, both Liam and Wil Hickmott produced sensational games. Liam was tough in the stoppages, finishing with 22 possessions and 10 tackles, while Wil was at his silky best on the outside with 15 possessions and three inside 50s. Both boys look to be stars for the Lions in the future.
 
THE FRENCH ATTACK
 
Nathan French has proven to be a valuable pick up for the Lions in 2017 and against the Swans this was no exception. The Kingsway junior kicked two goals from 14 possessions. But it was his hardness at the man and the ball (he laid five tackles) that would’ve had the Colts coaching staff pleased.
 
AFL CAREERS BECKON
 
Both Kyron Hayden and Ben Miller produced performances that would have had recruiters salivating. Hayden was at his raging best in the midfield, finishing with 21 possessions and nine tackles, while Miller was superb at centre half-back with 13 possessions and five marks. Both boys look to have bright futures.
 
THE GAME WAS OVER WHEN
 
Patrick Farrant kicked his third goal of the game in the 17th minute of the final quarter. It proved to be the point where Subiaco’s momentum evaporated
 
 
SUBIACO                             2.3        4.8        5.10       7.12         (54)
SWAN DISTRICTS               3.1        3.3        7.5         10.8         (68)
 
Goals; 2 C. Martin, N. French 1 C. Wyatt, J. Bilchuris, N. Baroni
 
Best; L. Hickmott, K. Stainsby, K. Hayden, B. Miller
 
 

 

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