By The Numbers - H&A, (2017)

 
The 2017 WAFL Season was a memorable one for the Subiaco Football Club as the league team took out the minor premiership, the D-League team qualified in third for finals action and the colts rose from the bottom of the ladder in 2016 to finish 6th.
 
These are some of the numbers of the 2017 season for the Subiaco Football Club.
 
1 – DEFENCE: Subiaco for the third consecutive season had the WAFL’s best defence with the Lions conceding just 1267 points across the year, at an average of 63 points conceded in each game. It was the second year in a row that Subiaco had conceded 63 points a game.
 
2 – OFFENCE: Subiaco produced its best offensive season under coach Jarrod Schofield scoring 2061 points across the year at an average of 103 points a game. Subiaco trailed only South Fremantle for points per game in 2017.
 
3 – GAMES CLEAR: Subiaco finished three games clear of South Fremantle at the top of the ladder with the Lions winning 19 matches compared to the Bulldogs 16. It is the fifth time since 2005 that Subiaco and South Fremantle have headed the top of the WAFL ladder.
 
4 – SMALLEST WIN: Subiaco’s smallest winning margin of the season was by 4 points in possibly the WAFL game of the year. In the second Grand Final rematch of 2017 on the WA Day Long Weekend, Subiaco stunned Peel with a Kyal Horsley last minute goal sealing a memorable victory. 
 
5 – EVERY GAME: Five players from Subiaco played in every league game in 2017. Those five were Craig Hoskins, Leigh Kitchin, Liam Ryan, Wayde Twomey and Max Walters. Both Ryan and Walters had career best years that have rocketed them into draft calculations, veteran Twomey was a mainstay of the backline and Kitchin and Hoskins helped support a strong Subiaco midfield.
 
6 – SECOND SEMI FINAL: Subiaco will play in their sixth Second Semi Final match at Leederville Oval since moving to the venue in 2004. In the past five their record stands at 4 wins and 1 loss.
 
7 – TACKLES: Subiaco’s midfield led the way with defensive intensity around the contest as 7 players, all midfielders, passed 50 tackles on the season. Craig Hoskins finished second in the league with 122 tackles, while Kyal Horsley, Adam Cockie, Leigh Kitchin, Corey Adamson, Justin Joyce and Max Walters all passed 50 tackles.
 
8 – COLTS WINS: After just 3 wins in 2015 and 1 win in 2016, Subiaco’s Colts and Development Pathway was a key focus during the 2017 Off-Season. New coach Beau Wardman and new talent manager Michael Farmer brought a fresh and positive new attitude to the program and the side doubled their win total of the past two years finishing with 8 wins in a much improved year.
 
9 – DOUBLE FIGURE GOALS: Nine Subiaco players finished with double digit goal tallies in the 2017 season. Liam Ryan claimed the Bernie Naylor medal with 68 goals with Ben Sokol having a career season to finish with 42 goals. Brad Stevenson, Clancy Wheeler and Max Walters all kicked more than 20 goals while Lachlan Delahunty, Liam Baker, Kyal Horsley and Leigh Kitchin all past 10 goals in 2017.
 
10 – LEEDERVILLE OVAL WINS: Subiaco recorded a perfect 10 from 10 wins at Leederville in 2017. They were also a perfect 10 from 10 at home, with 9 home wins at Leederville and a home win recorded in the regional centre of Esperance.
 
11 – D-LEAGUE WINS: The Subiaco Development League Team showed off the building talent and depth of the footy club, overcoming injuries to key players and giving over 60 players the chance to experience senior level football. Despite the constant change and high numbers, coach Andrew Lockyer and his side found a way to 11 wins, good for a 3rd place finish after the home and away season.
 
12 – DEBUTANTS: Subiaco’s league team blooded 12 new players in 2017 with a mix of players making the most of second chances with the Lions and youngsters who have developed through the Subiaco talent pathway. Corey Adamson, Liam Baker, Michael Braut, Adam Creeper, Damon Guiness, Bailey Matera, Dylan Nelson, Simon Parry, Daniel Perkins, Rowen Powell, Tim Sutherland and Ryan Vermeersch were the 12 new faces in 2017.
 
13 – EIGHTY NINE: On 13 occasions Subiaco passed 89 points in a game in 2017. The final five WAFL teams had a combined average of 89 points per game.
 
14 – MARKS: Aaron Heal had the best marking game for Subiaco in 2017 with his 14 marks against Peel in Round 18 a career best. Heal and fellow defender Jordan Lockyer proved themselves to be one of the best two man defensive duos in the league in 2017.
 
15 – TOP SPOT: Subiaco spent 15 weeks of the year in top spot on the ladder. Subiaco claimed top spot in round 9 and held their advantage the rest of the way to the home and away season end.
 
16 – GOALS: Liam Ryan was the picture of goal kicking consistency for the Lions in 2017, kicking goals in every game. More impressive, Ryan kicked at least two goals in 16 of his 20 games including three bags of six, once against Perth and twice against East Perth, seeming to save his best performances for the co-tenant rivals.
 
17 – SEVENTY EIGHT: On 17 occasions Subiaco conceded less that 78 points in a game in 2017. The final five WAFL teams had a combined defensive average of 76 points per game.
 
18 – HANDBALLS: Craig Hoskins and Max Walters each recorded the most handballs in a game for Subiaco this season with 18. Walters achieved his in Round 4 against Peel while Hoskins had two 18 handball games, once in round 10 against East Fremantle and once in Round 22 against West Perth.
 
19 – WINS: Subiaco’s 2017 team matched the feat achieved by the 2008 squad with 19 wins for a season. The 2017 team also matched the consecutive wins streak that is now jointly held with the squads of 2006/07. In their 19 wins to end the season, Subiaco led at three quarter time and full time of every contest.

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