D-League first through to Grand Final

The Subiaco D-League has advanced to a Grand Final showdown with South Fremantle, after they defeated Claremont by 21 points at Leederville Oval on Sunday.
They will be looking to atone for their defeat to South Fremantle in the Semi-Final, just last week.
Dylan Clarke was a livewire for the Lions in the forward half, finishing with 24 possessions, eight inside 50s, seven marks and a goal.
Matthew Bogensperger (32 possessions, five clearances and three rebounding 50s), Bailey Matera (24 possessions, seven clearances and three inside 50s), James Garcia (23 possessions, five clearances and four rebounding 50s), and Chris Phelan (22 possessions and four inside 50s), were all productive for the Lions.
Raymond Daniels and Dylan Nelson kicked three goals apiece, while Simon Parry, Ryan Vermeersch, and Tim Sutherland chimed in with singles respectively.
In the opening quarter, Raymond Daniels got the Lions off to the perfect start. He converted a set shot from 25 metres out, after he was taken high, in the 10th minute he set up Dylan Nelson for his first goal. A minute later, Daniels kicked his second goal. In the latter half of the quarter, Nelson produced an excellent defensive spoil in the forward 50, before crumbing his own ball and banging it through for his second goal.
Eddie Simpson scored Claremont’s first goal when he converted his set shot from 20 metres out in the fourth minute of the second quarter. It took a further 10 minutes till either side kicked a goal, and it was the Lions’ Tim Sutherland who did so. Cameron Quenby kicked a goal for the Tigers after a costly turnover in the defensive 50.
After the main break the Lions came out firing! Simon Parry, Daniels and Nelson all kicked goals, and it took until the 17th minute till Claremont could register a score – and it was Simpsn who converted a set shot. Dylan Clarke scored the instant reply for Subiaco a minute later, but Jacob Sideris scored a goal in the later stages of the quarter.
In the fifth minute of the final quarter, Ryan Vermeersch took a strong contested mark before he coolly converted his set shot. Chris Oakley, and Simpson kicked goals for Claremont, but it was too little, too late with the Lions running out clear victors.
Matthew Bogensperger and Chris Phelan have missed large chunks of the season due to injury, but both made highly impressive returns against Claremont. Bogensperger was his usual prolific self with 32 possessions, while Phelan collected a cool 22 possessions in a dazzling display.
Jacob Miller is one of Subiaco’s most promising young guns and he showcased his enormous potential against Claremont. Stationed in the back half he collected 18 possessions, took six marks, rebounded the ball out of defensive 50 on six occasions and laid five tackles in a powerful display.  
Both Brayden Ainsworth and Kyron Hayden are highly rated prospects for this year’s AFL Draft, and they reminded everyone of their talents against the Tigers. Ainsworth was at his graceful best with 18 possessions (11 contested), seven tackles, five clearances and four inside 50s, while Hayden was at his raging best with 14 possessions (six contested), six tackles, two clearances and two inside 50s.  
Ryan Vermeersch converted his set shot in the fifth minute of the final quarter. It pushed the margin out to an unassailable lead for the Tigers to comeback.
SUBIACO                            4.2        5.8        9.9         10.11          (71)
CLAREMONT                      0.1        2.4        4.10       6.14            (50)
Goals; 3 D. Nelson, R. Daniels, 1 R. Vermeersch, T. Sutherland, S. Parry,   D. Clarke
Best; D. Clarke, J. Garcia, M. Bogensperger, S. Parry, R. Daniels, J. Miller

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