Lions humble first placed Swans

The Subiaco Lions have recorded an important victory over the table-topping Swan Districts with a 48 point win at Steel Blue Oval

.Midfielder Jason Bristow had a dream 100th WAFL game recording 23 possessions and kicking two goals in the last quarter.

Captain Kyal Horsley was also prominent in the midfield with 27 touches, seven inside 50's and a goal as the ex-Gold Coast Sun gains momentum in 2014.

Off-season recruits Matt Boland and Shane Yarran continue to earn their pay-checks kicking four goals each and young guns Rhys Waters and Chris Deluca had an important influence recording three majors each.

The performance against the highly acclaimed Swans was a massive improvement for the Lions who under-performed last week against Claremont.

The Lions answered coach Jarrad Schofield’s plead for more hunger after the Round Ten loss to break the Swan Districts eight game unbeaten streak.

GAME CHANGERS:

THIRD JUMPER LUCKY:
Midfielder/forward Rhys Waters has proven time and time again that he can be a game-changer. Waters was electric in a third quarter finding space on the half-forward line to collect eight possessions and kick two crucial goals. The 20 year old changed jerseys three times throughout the game, with the lucky number 30 sparking his sparkling form in the third.

STOCKLEY UNSTUCK:
Subiaco were forced to use two smaller, mobile ruckmen after Frank Stockley hurt his hamstring late in the second. Lachlan Delahunty and Clancy Wheeler did a fantastic job at maintaining the ruck against the Swan Districts duo of Blakely and Notte helping Subiaco score a crucial win. The severity of Frank Stockley’s hamstring injury is unknown with the key player also facing a trip to the tribunal during the week for an alleged rough conduct charge.

PREMIERSHIP QUARTER:
The Lions were at their fiery best in the third quarter kicking seven goals straight in a rampant frenzy. The Swans lost key defender Kirk Ugle half-way through the third and Subiaco exposed their depth with George Hampson, Shane Yarran, Rhys Waters and Kyal Horsley all finishing great goals.  The five day break didn’t seem to effect the Lions who ran out the fourth in convincing fashion .
 

 

Swan Districts

Round 11 - 2014 – League 

Subiaco

Steel Blue Oval

Sat 7th of June 2:05


        2.1

               Q1

         4.3

        6.6

               Q2

         8.5

       11.7

              Q3

        15.7

      14.10

              Q4

       22.10

        (94)

            Total

        (142)

 

 

BEST: 

GOALS: M.Boland, S.Yarran, 3 C.Deluca, R.Waters, 2 G.Hampson, J.Bristow, 1 C.Wheeler, J.Joyce, L.Delahunty, K.Horsley

INJURIES: 
F. Stockley (hamstring), J. Joyce (shoulder), J. Kayler-Thompson (shoulder)

REPORTS:  F. Stockley (rough conduct)

 

RESERVES RECAP:
The reserves continued their dominant run of form with a big 142 point win over the Swan Districts reserves. The Lions seconds recorded a jaw-dropping 41 scoring shots compared to the Swans four with inaccurate goal-kicking saving the Swans from complete embarrassment. Simon Moore was magnificent in the midfield with 33 touches in a day where Subiaco dominated possession. Will Fetherstonhaugh was dominant to record 26 touches and kick three goals after being dropped into the reserves after the loss to Claremont last week. New recruit Jarrhan Jacky was also unfluential to collect 17 touches in his first game for the Lions.


GOALS: 4 R.Kerr, 3 W.Fetherstonhaugh, J.Garcia, 2 R.Daniels, J.Bestry, D.Clarke, S.Moore, D.Boyle, 1 M.Bogensperger, N.Stewart, T.Smith

BEST: S.Moore, R.Kerr, M.Bogensperger, L.Norriss, J.Jacky

 

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