PREVIEW: 2nd Semi Final V Peel

 
Subiaco’s league team commence their 2017 finals campaign this Sunday in the Second Semi Final against Peel.
 
Subiaco as minor premiers, had a week off last week, while their opponents were decided when Peel defeated South Fremantle by 18 points in the Qualifying Final. Now with Subiaco well rested, they look to continue their winning form of the home and away season into the final series against a familiar opponent in Peel.
 
Sunday’s second semi-final will be the fourth straight season that Subiaco has contested the second semi-final looking to make it into a fourth straight grand final with victory against Peel.
 
Subiaco league coach Jarrod Schofield spoke to the media early in the week and said that his side was looking forward to the challenges that await.
 
“We’ve shown over the course of this year how much we want to play finals football and we get that opportunity to embark on our finals campaign this week,” Schofield said.
 
“It’s a new season and we want to make sure we reward ourselves for all of the hard work and the buy-in of the playing group.”
 
TALKING POINTS
 
THE BATTLE INSIDE
Much of Subiaco’s dominance in 2017 has been in being able to win the ball at the contest and from their ability to dictate play. Adam Cockie has had a sensational second half of the season, Leigh Kitchin has been a consistent player all season and players like Corey Adamson, Max Walters, Craig Hoskins and Scott Hancock have helped add strong versatility to the midfield group. Expect Sunday’s match to be decided at the contest. .
 
THIRD TIMES A CHARM
Subiaco has played Peel three times, and beaten Peel three times in 2017 so far. All three matches have been hotly contested though, with Subiaco being pushed in a 15 point win in round four, stealing a four point win in round 11 and overcoming the Thunder in a 46 point win in round 18. Expect another hot contest with a place in the 2017 Grand Final on the line.
 
ROCK SOLID D
In the three previous matches, Subiaco has restricted Peel to an average of 63 points a contest, remarkably exactly the same as their season points against average of 63. Aaron Heal was outstanding the last time the two sides met with 14 marks and will be an important player along with veteran defensive teammates Wayde Twomey, Angus Litherland and Jordan Lockyer.
 
FINAL 22
The final makeup of Subiaco’s 22 remains a mystery. A number of players excelled in the Development League’s win over Claremont last week with Justin Joyce and Bailey Matera making strong comebacks from injury. Young guns Brayden Ainsworth and Kyron Hayden were outstanding while league experienced players Simon Parry, James Gacia, Chris Bryan and Rowen Powell all contributed. Add in the prospect of veteran returns from Clancy Wheeler and Kyal Horsley and options are aplenty for the Lions.
 
MAGICAL 20
With a victory in Sunday’s second semi-final, Subiaco will for the first time in its history record 20 consecutive wins. This victory would also ensure that fittingly Subiaco will play in the final WAFL Grand Final to be held at Subiaco Oval. Expect a big turnout of Subiaco faithful for this match, cheering their team towards victory.
 
 

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