Lions lose their way against Tigers

The Subiaco Lions have lost their second consecutive game against a youthful Claremont Tigers outfit by nine points at the Claremont Showgrounds.


The Lions squandered multiple chances in the second half to record only three goals and 12 behinds as they saw the game slip away from their grasp.

Despite the disappointing loss, Matt Boland continues to thrive in the WAFL kicking another four to front the WAFL’s leading-goalkickers with 27 on the season.

Jarrod Kayler-Thompson and captain Kyal Horsley were the most prominent ball-getters for Subi in a day where disposal was hard to come by.

Another positive to take out of the loss is the debut performance of Kalgoorlie’s Joseph Scafidi who collected 17 disposals in his first league outing.

“I was excited and nervous at the same time to make my league debut but I really enjoyed it. It was good to get a few touches but were really disappointed with the loss.”

After getting his first taste; Scafidi hopes to contribute further for the league side in 2014.

“Everybody aims to play league footy, so hopefully I can keep training hard and get a few more games this year.”

GAME CHANGERS

DELA THE DOMINANT:  
Lachlan Delahunty has been a workhorse for the Subiaco Football Club in 2014 and reminded everyone of his value in the hard fought loss. The Victorian collected 16 disposals and 12 hit-outs in the match up and attacked the contest with bravery. Delahunty’s demeanor was perfectly captured in the third quarter where the utility opted to stay on the ground with an ankle strain to affect the contest and win the ball.

KICKING CONUNDRUM:
Coach Jarrad Schofield was visibly disappointed with his sides kicking accuracy in the second half to only record three goals and 12 behinds from a landslide of forward 50’s. The AFL premiership player pleaded his side to focus on recovery and come back with more hunger against the league leading Swan Districts in Round 11.

RESERVES RECAP:
The reserves recorded another impressive victory with a 102-point thrashing of Claremont. Several players in the Lions seconds could be putting their hands up for selection with one of the strongest depth squads Subiaco has had in years. Veteran defender Bradley Stevenson was dropped to the reserves after the loss against West Perth and bounced back strongly with 23 touches. Matthew Bogensperger works hard around the ball and young goal-kicker Dylan Clarke leads the team with 24 goals.

 

Claremont

Round 10 - 2014 – League

Subiaco

Claremont Showgrounds

Mon 2nd of June 2:05


        5.1

               Q1

         5.2

        7.3

               Q2

         7.4

        8.8

              Q3

         8.9

       12.9

              Q4

       10.18

        (87)

            Total

        (78)

 

BEST: .Boland, D.Leishman, K.Horsley, J.Bristow, C.Phelan

GOALS: 4 M.Boland, 2 R.Waters, 1 G.Hampson, S.Yarran, K.Horsley, C.Deluca

INJURIES: 


 

 

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