By The Numbers - RD20, (2017)

 
Subiaco claimed the minor premiership with their 17th win of the season against Swan Districts ensuring they cannot be caught at the top of the ladder. These are some more of the numbers from the Lions 29 point win over the Swans.
 
3 – MINOR PREMIERSHIP STREAK: After winning the minor premiership in both 2015 and 2016, Subiaco made it a three-peat of minor premierships by wrapping up their third straight under coach Jarrad Schofield.
 
8 – PARRY: By being involved in a victory against his former side Simon Parry now has wins against 8 of the 9 WAFL clubs. The only team he has not beaten in a 24 game career with Subiaco and Swan Districts, is in fact Subiaco.
 
10 – TACKLES: Justin Joyce laid a career high in tackles against Swans, finishing with 10 tackles. Joyce is the sixth Lion to register double digit tackles in a game in 2017.
 
13 – MARKS: Lachlan Delahunty took a career high 13 marks in the win over Swans. It was just the fifth time he has taken 10 or more marks in a game and the second time he achieved the feat against Swans.
 
17 – SEASON WINS: 2017 joins a short list of years where Subiaco has recorded 17 wins in a season. Only in 1987 and 2015 have the Lions finished on 17 wins. With two games to go, Subiaco can match 2005 and 2006 with 18 wins or match the club record season of 2008 with 19 wins.
 
20 – HANCOCK: Saturday’s win made it 20 straight wins for Scott Hancock. The last loss that Hancock has been involved in was back in round 20 of 2015, with the Lion winger having had a charmed two year winning run.
 
23 – QUARTER BREAK LEAD STREAK: Subiaco has now gone 23 quarters holding a lead at a quarter break. You have to go all the way back to quarter time of Round 15 for the last time Subiaco trailed at a break, when West Perth led Subiaco 1.5 to 1.2.
 
100 – GOALS: It took Liam Ryan just 34 games to reach the 100 goal milestone at WAFL league level. The current leader for the Bernie Naylor Medal, Ryan has kicked goals in every game since joining the Lions having bagged 60 in 2017 so far.
 
101 – SOKOL: Ben Sokol with five marks on Saturday, passed the 100 mark in a season barrier for the first time. Sokol leads the Lions in marks this year, with Liam Ryan next on 90.
 
212 – BEHINDS: Subiaco are the first team in the 2017 WAFL Season to record 200 behinds. An innacurate afternoon in front of the sticks against Swans means the Lions have recorded 212 behinds this year. The next most is West Perth with 191.
 
 

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