By the Numbers - Preliminary Final (2017)

Subiaco will be going onto play in the 2017 WAFL Grand Final after recording a 32-point win over South Fremantle in the Preliminary Final.
This will be Subiaco’s fourth straight Grand Final appearance as they look to win a third premiership in the Jarrad Schofield coached era. These are some of the key numbers behind the win in the Preliminary Final.
3 – GOALS: Subiaco’s defence was at its tough and physical best on Sunday. Against a much vaunted forward line which had three of the most dangerous tall forwards in WAFL football, Ben Saunders, Mason Shaw and Blaine Johnson combined for just three goals. Declan Jackson, Jordan Lockyer, Angus Litherland and Aaron Heal deserve credit for shutting down the forward potency of the Bulldogs.
4 – GRAND FINAL SPOT: The win in the Preliminary Final put Subiaco into the Grand Final for the fourth straight season. A win will mark the third premiership in that four year span.
5 – PRELIMINARY FINAL: This was Subiaco’s fifth straight win in the Preliminary Final following wins in 2007, 2009, 2011 and 2014. Significantly for Subiaco, in 2014 and 2007 the Lions went on to win the Grand Final after winning the Preliminary Final.
6 – SECOND QUARTER: Subiaco made the decisive break of the match in the second quarter with a six goal to one term. After a slow start, Subiaco were able to get control of the match with improved performance around the stoppages and improved workrate from the midfield.
8 – THE LIAM’S: Subiaco’s two Liam’s produced a small forward master class at the weekend. A mixture of defensive pressure, tackling and attacking set-up was on show consistently from Liam Ryan and Liam Baker. Ryan finished with a career high in handballs with 8 and Baker finished with a career high in tackles with 8 also. 
9 – STEVENSON: The performance of Brad Stevenson coming back into the team cannot be understated. Stevenson was a tower of strength in the forward half finishing with a team high in marks with 9 as well as kicking three crucial goals.
23 – POSSESSIONS: Quite remarkably the highest individual possession count for the game was jointly held by Adam Cockie and Lachlan Delahunty at 23 touches. This was the lowest high mark of the season indicating the strength in team performance from Sunday.
58.33% - FORWARD EFFICIENCY: The most notable statistic for Subiaco from the Preliminary Final was in being able to generate inside 50’s from limited possessions and convert those inside 50s. Subiaco finished with an inside 50 to score efficiency percentage of 58%. 
61 – MARKS: Subiaco were doubled up in marks by South Fremantle, with the Lions trailing in that category 59 to 120. This game was always going to be a game of differing styles and while South Fremantle got their short possession, short mark game going at times, it was Subiaco in tight that held sway.
178 – KICKS: The final tally of 178 kicks was the lowest for Subiaco in a game this season. Interestingly the lowest before this had been the 180 kicks in round one also against South Fremantle. The two overall performances on these two days were vastly different, but indicated that Subiaco were able to mix the opposition style with their own ruthless and tough contested game style.


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