Sharks Net Strangles Lions


Article By: Andrew Owen 

East Fremantle has beaten Subiaco by 69 points, to record their first victory at home against the Lions in 13 years.

Four goals each to Mitch Boyle, Josh Simpson and Ryan Lester-Smith helped East Fremantle to a 25.11 (161) to 14.8 (92) win.

The pressure that Subiaco applied early was outstanding and resulted in the first two goals of the game being kicked by Brett Mahoney and Jarrod Kayler-Thomson.

Five of the next six goals were then kicked by the Sharks.  This included a great goal from deep on the boundary line by East Fremantle ruckman Cameron Symonds who was having a brilliant game. 

Rory O’Brien had 14 possessions for the quarter and was obviously getting under the nose of a few Lions players.  In particular Rob Forrest who was reported for rough conduct on the Sharks play maker.

The fans had plenty to cheer about during the second quarter as East Fremantle kicked eight goals to Subiaco’s five.  Lester-Smith managed to get on the end of some good work from his Sharks teammates as he kicked three goals to help East Fremantle to a 30 point lead at the main break.

When the Sharks kicked the first four goals of the third quarter the lead was stretched out to 55 points and the game looked all but done.

Subiaco tried to get back into the contest going goal for goal with the East Fremantle early on in the last quarter but five straight goals for the home side killed any spirit that was left in the Lions.

Jason Bristow battled hard for Subiaco with 37 possessions and was assisted by Brett Mahoney (34), George Hampson (30) and Kayler-Thomson (29).

For East Fremantle Rory O’Brien amassed 37 possessions, while Mark McGough had 27 and Sean Henson had 25.

Next Friday night the Lions will be looking to bounce back when they play Claremont at Medibank Stadium.







East Fremantle












GOALS - EAST FREMANTLE:Simpson, Boyle, Lester-Smith 4; Duffy 3; Symonds 2; Brennan, Tropiano, O’Brien, McDougall, Hadley, Henson, Schofield, Kerr.
SUBIACO:Phillips, Kayler-Thomson, Bristow, Mahoney, Herring 2; Wheeler, Deluca, Martin, Halligan.
BEST - EAST FREMANTLE: O’Brien, McGough, Symonds, Henson, Schofield, Lester-Smith.
SUBIACO: Bristow, Kayler-Thomson, Mahoney, Wheeler.
REPORTS: R Forrest (S) for rough conduct in the first quarter.

Match Summary

First Quarter
Subiaco started the contest strongly kicking the first two goals of the game but from then on it was all East Fremantle.  Rory O’Brien had the ball on a string, collecting 14 disposals in the opening term.
Second Quarter
Eight East Fremantle goals to five for the Lions helped set up the win.  The Lions had plenty of the football but poor skill execution was hurting them.
Third Quarter
The Sharks continued their dominance, extending a 30 point lead at half time into a 50 point lead at the last change.  It could have been more with Max Duffy kicking 1.3 for the quarter.
Fourth Quarter
Subiaco tried to fight out the game going goal for goal with their opponents.  Jacob Brennan kicked a magnificent goal mid air for East Fremantle and this was followed by goals from Daniel Kerr, Simpson, Boyle and Duffy.  These five unanswered goals squashed any hope the Lions had of making the scoreboard look respectable.
Bristow the Ball Magnet
The 37 times Jason Bristow touched the football is the most he has ever had wearing a Subiaco jumper.  He has previously had 36 possessions twice, against South Fremantle in round 18 last year and against Claremont in the 2011 grand final.


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