Subi too good for South Fremantle

 

Article By: Andrew Owen | Photo By: Michael Flood

Subiaco have won their second match of the season, beating South Fremantle by 41 points.

The win was soured though with a terrible injury to veteran defender Ben Randall.  Halfway through the first quarter Randall went to spoil a ball in a marking contest and fell awkwardly.  He immediately clutched his left leg and play was stopped for about five minutes.  It was later revealed that Randall had suffered a compound fracture and will miss the rest of the season.

The Lions were inaccurate in front of goal for most of the match but they kicked the last five goals to win 16.17 (113) to 10.12 (72)

South Fremantle led by as much as 17 points towards the end of the first quarter before Nathan Phillips was able to kick a goal against his former club to bring the margin back to 11 points at the first break.

Subiaco had the ball inside their forward 50 for majority of the first five minutes of the second quarter but were only able to kick one goal.

The Bulldogs kicked three of the next four goals to establish a 13 point lead just before half time.  The Lions would not lie down and goals to Brett Mahoney and Jason Bristow who kicked two in a minute saw them go into the main break six points up.

Jarrod Kayler-Thomson kicked the first goal of the third quarter to extend the lead before goals to Kris Miller and John Sgherza brought the margin to three points.  Alliston Pickett, George Hampson and Brad Stevenson all kicked goals for Subiaco to extend the lead to 23 points at three quarter time.

South Fremantle looked to be staging a comeback early in the fourth quarter after they got the first goal through Paul Mugambwa.  However for all the play they had, they were only able to kick four straight behinds.  Three last quarter goals to Ryan Herring and goals to Pickett and Stevenson ensured the Lions won by healthy 41 points.

Kayler-Thomson had 34 possessions for Subiaco and was assisted by Hampson (30), Ray Daniels (24), Bristow (23) and Abe Davey (23).

The major ball winners for the Bulldogs were Mitch Banner (32), Ryan Cook (30), Kris Miller (24), Haiden Schloithe (23) and Craig White (23).

           

SUBIACO

2.4

7.11

11.17

16.17

113

SOUTH FREMANTLE

4.3

7.5

9.6

10.12

72

GOALS - SUBIACO:Herring 4; Stevenson 3; Bristow, Pickett 2; Kayler-Thomson, Hampson, Phillips, Mahoney, Whelan.SOUTH FREMANTLE: Miller, Collica, Gillespie 2; Sgherza, Banner, Mugambwa, Smith.
BEST - SUBIACO: Kayler-Thomson, Hampson, Bristow, Stevenson, Daniels, Leishman.SOUTH FREMANTLE: Banner, Miller, Cook, White, Gulley, Gillespie.
INJURIES - SUBIACO: Randall (broken leg); Kerr (soreness), Worthington replaced in selected side by Sheed, Herring. SOUTH FREMANTLE: McCarrey (ankle); Adams (soreness) replaced in selected side by Collica.
REPORTS: Ross (SF) for charging.

First Quarter
Subiaco started strongly but couldn’t find the scoreboard.  Anthony Collica got the first goal of the game for South Fremantle before this was cancelled out by Brad Stevenson.  Ben Randall was stretchered off at the ten minute mark of the quarter with a suspected compound fracture to the lower leg.  Leading disposal winners for South Fremantle were Ryan Cook, Mitch Banner and Craig White who each had 10 while Jarrod Kayler-Thompson had 11 and Simon Moore and Rob Forrest had 7 for the Lions.
 
Second Quarter
Subiaco got the first goal of the second quarter through Chris Phelan.  Three of the next four goals were kicked by South Fremantle while the Lions could only kick points.  Subiaco started to hit targets towards the end of the quarter and got the last three goals through Brent Mahoney and Jason Bristow who kicked two to put them six points up at the main break.
 
Third Quarter
Subiaco kicked 4.6 goals for the quarter but missed some golden opportunities to extend the lead even further at the end of the term.  Andrew McCarrey went down clutching his right knee in the same spot that Ben Randall went down earlier in the game.  He did not return to the field, leaving both teams with three on the interchange.  George Hampson and Jarrod Kayler-Thomson were prominent this quarter helping extend the Lions lead to 23 points.
 
Fourth Quarter
South Fremantle came out on fire and got the first goal of the quarter after Paul Mugambwa took a brilliant mark.  The Dogs then couldn’t convert their dominance and kicked four straight behinds.  Subiaco kicked the last five goals of the match to win by 41 points.
 
Injury Concerns
When Ben Randall went up for a contest at the ten minute mark of the first quarter he probably wasn’t expecting to come down with a compound fracture to the lower left leg.  Those close to the incident said it wasn’t pretty and that you could hear a ‘snap’ as he fell to the ground.  Everyone at the Subiaco Football Club wishes Ben a speedy recovery and look forward to seeing him in a Subiaco jumper soon.
 
Reserves
         

SUBIACO

3.3

4.6

6.8

8.8

90

SOUTH FREMANTLE

2.1

4.6

6.8

8.8

56

 

GOALS: 2 J.Sells, 1 N.Hay, K.Halligan, C.Pocklington, R.Waters, J.Garcia, B.Thompson
BEST: R.Waters, D.Madut, B.Thompson, D.Elliot

 

 

 

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