Inaccuracy - Subiaco’s Demon

Written By: Andrew Owen | Photo By: Michael Flood

In a game that will be remembered for both teams inaccuracy in front of goals, Subiaco have been defeated by Perth to the tune of 26-points.

Joel Lesson was best on ground for the home team with 27 disposals and three goals while for the Lions Jarrod Kayler-Thomson had 25 possessions against his former side.

Subiaco conceded the opening two goals of the game but slowly worked their way into the contest, kicking three goals to be 10-points up towards the end of the first quarter.

However, two late goals to the Demons saw them in front at quarter time.  Whatever The Lions threw at Perth, the Demons had an answer for.  This had Perth in front at every break.

Subiaco did mount a challenge after half time when they kicked three straight goals to have the scores level, but despite their best efforts could not hit the front.

The Demons kicked five of the last six goals of the match to record their eighth win of the season by 27-points.

First Quarter

Perth burst out of the blocks early on kicking the first two goals of the game through Fraser McInnes and Leeson.  Subiaco then started to work their way into the game and had nine scoring shots to the Demons four.  The Lions failed to capitalise on this dominance and kicked 3 goals 6 behinds.

Perth were doing anything they could to move the ball forward and this ended up with Jackson Sketcher grabbing the ball out of the pack and having a quick snap on goal, which went straight through the middle of the sticks.

With time running out Demons Captain Paul Bevan took an excellent diving mark and went back and kicked the goal after the siren to put his side ahead by three points at quarter time.

Callum Sinclair had 10 disposals, eight hitouts and one goal for Subiaco at the break while Joel Ashman had nine possessions and Ray Daniels had seven.

For Perth Matt Moody, Julian Jacobs and Sketcher each had seven disposals.

Second Quarter

Brett Hodge got the Demons off to the perfect start when he kicked the first goal to extend the lead to nine points.  George Hampson and Michael Wood then kicked two quick goals for the Lions to have them back in front.  Perth then kicked the last three goals of the quarter through Michael Florio and Joel Lesson who kicked two.  This gave the Demons a 20-point lead at half time.

The major ball winners for Subiaco in the first half were Rob Forrest who had 14 disposals, Kayler-Thomson who had 13 and Sinclair who also had 13.

For Perth, Leeson had 14 possessions to go with his three goals, while Moody and Jarryd Morton each had 13.

Third Quarter

Whatever Lions Coach Jarrad Schofield said at half time worked as his side kicked the first three goals of the quarter.  Goals to Ryan Herring, Brad Stevenson and Rhys Waters saw Subiaco come from 20-points behind at half time to be level with the Demons inside the first 10 minutes of the quarter.

Perth hit back with goals to Callum Collard and Bevan to give them a 12-point lead with roughly eight minutes remaining in the term.

Both teams were showing inaccuracy on the scoreboard can hurt with the Demons scoring 15 behinds from their 25 scoring shots compared to the Lions who had kicked 13 behinds from their 21 shots on goal.

Kayler-Thomson was leading the possession winners for Subiaco against his old side with 19 and was being assisted by third gamer Charles Le Fanu who also had 19.  Sinclair and Forrest both had 17 disposals for the Lions.

Joel Leeson had 21 possessions and three goals and was best afield for Perth while Moody had 20 disposals and Bevan and Chance Bateman both had 17.

Fourth Quarter

The Demons pumped the ball forward numerous times at the start of the fourth quarter but could only kick three behinds.  When Moody was awarded a free kick for Perth from outside 50m and went back and converted the goal, this broke a streak of 11 straight behinds that had been kicked by both teams.

Subiaco were not going to give in and kept sending the ball inside their forward 50.  However they could only manage to kick four behinds.

The Demons then kicked a goal through Sketcher and when Cameron Manuel kicked his first goal of the game, the lead was out to 31-points and the game looked over.

Rhys Waters kicked a late conciliation goal for the Lions but it was not enough as they went down to Perth by 27-points.




















Subiaco:  2 R.Waters, M.Wood, 1 C.Sinclair, K.Halligan, B.Stevenson, G.Hampson, R.Herring

Perth:  3 J.Leeson, 2 J.Sketcher, P.Bevan, 1 C.Collard, C.Manuel, F.Mcinnes, M.Florio, B.Hodge, M.Moody

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