Liam Hickmott Claims 2018 Taylor Medal

Thursday, October 4, 2018 - 10:08 PM

Subiaco Colts midfielder Liam Hickmott has written himself into the club record books by winning the 2018 Taylor Medal, his second consecutive win.

 

Hickmott is only the fourth player to win two Colts Fairest & Best Awards in the club’s proud history and is the first to do so, since Craig Hoskins earlier this decade.

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2018 Outridge Medal Preview

Wednesday, October 3, 2018 - 9:08 PM

Subiaco’s celebration of 2018 continues on Friday night, with the annual Outridge Medal Night to be held at the Leederville Sports Bar & Function’s Centre.


After a history making season, highlighted by an undefeated league season, Subiaco’s players, coaches, support staff members and fans will be on hand as the fairest and best of the season are recognised.

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2018 Blakemore Medal Preview

Tuesday, October 2, 2018 - 10:08 PM

The Subiaco Football Club Outridge Medal Presentation Dinner will take place this Friday night as the club looks to celebrate the most successful season in club history.

 

While the league fairest and best count, the Outridge Medal takes top billing, another significant award presented on the night is the fairest and best for the Subiaco Reserves, the Blakemore Medal.

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2018 Taylor Medal Preview

Monday, October 1, 2018 - 8:09 PM

This Thursday night Subiaco will celebrate the season of its Colts with the annual Taylor Medal Presentation Dinner.

 

Less than two weeks after claiming the third premiership in Subiaco club history, the players of that premiership team, along with their extended teammates and family will be at the Leederville Sports Bar & Functions Centre to recognise a successful season.

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Taylor Medal Night Thursday October 4

Thursday, September 27, 2018 - 10:36 AM

Please find details for the 2018 Taylor Medal Night.

 

Tickets available by calling the club on 9208 9999.

 

TICKETS - $50

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By The Numbers - Grand Final Edition

Thursday, September 27, 2018 - 9:53 AM

A history making season climaxed on Sunday evening as at the historic first Grand Final at Optus Stadium, Subiaco made team history by claiming three premierships, league, reserves and colts.

 

It was the perfect ending to the perfect season, as Subiaco’s league team completed a 20-0 season winning the 2018 Grand Final by 81 points.

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Subiaco Colts Claim Historic Third Premiership

Thursday, September 27, 2018 - 9:43 AM

Subiaco’s Colts have won just their third WAFL Colts Premiership in history holding on for a tense two point win over Swan Districts in an absorbing Grand Final at Optus Stadium.

 

The win helped deliver Subiaco their first Colts premiership in nearly 30 years, with the only other two premiership wins coming in 1989 and 1974.

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Subiaco Congratulates Jarrad Schofield after Accepting Role with Port Adelaide

Wednesday, September 26, 2018 - 10:54 AM

The Subiaco Football Club wishes to congratulate league coach Jarrad Schofield who has accepted a coaching role with Port Adelaide for next season.

 

This is a wonderful achievement for Jarrad and the club is delighted that it has been able to assist an aspiring young coach achieve success in the WAFL and be rewarded with an opportunity at the AFL level.

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Subiaco Football Club Expresses Full Support to Colts Coach Beau Wardman

Wednesday, September 26, 2018 - 10:33 AM

The Subiaco Football Club wishes to express its full support towards its Colts Coach Beau Wardman.

 

Following Sunday’s 2018 WAFL Colts Grand Final, which was won by Subiaco, an investigation was undertaken by the West Australian Football Commission into a possible breach of the coaching guidelines.

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Subiaco Reserves Go Back To Back with 2018 Premiership Win

Tuesday, September 25, 2018 - 8:11 PM

Subiaco’s Reserves have won back to back premierships for the first time since 2003 after outlasting East Perth by 18 points in a highly competitive 2018 WAFL Reserves Grand Final played at Optus Stadium.

 

For the second year in a row Subiaco went into a Reserves Grand Final as an underdog with their depth tested by virtue of having two senior teams in Grand Finals.

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