SFC 2015 Fixtures

 

The road to Subiaco's premiership defence has been paved with the 2015 WAFL fixtures announced mid-week. 

The Lions will face East Perth, East Fremantle, South Fremantle, Perth and Claremont on three occasions and will play Swan Districts, West Perth and Peel Thunder twice. 

WAFC Chief Operating Officer Nick Sautner made comment on fixtures and announced a five team finals format for the 2015 season. 

 “The 2015 WAFL fixturing process has endeavoured to achieve a home and away flow for each club wherever possible and drawn on feedback from the 2014 WAFL fan research project.

“Another exciting change for the 2015 season will be the return to a Top 5 finals system that will create an additional round of finals and give all nine clubs extra incentive to finish the season as strongly as possible,” he said.

 

KEY MATCHUPS IN 2015

1. CLAREMONT - ROUND ONE

Claremont were the only side to beat the Lions twice last year and were one of the hottest WAFL teams on the home stretch. The Tigers narrowly missed out on the finals after winning eight of their last nine games but managed to scalp the premiership bound Lions in Round 10 and 21. Subiaco and Claremont will both be looking to start their seasons fast in a blockbuster opener.

 

2. EAST PERTH - ROUND THREE - GOOD FRIDAY

The Medibank Stadium co-tenants developed a sintillating rivalry in 2014 which climaxed in the final game of September. The Lions foiled the luckless Royals in their second straight grand final by 16 points. Good Friday Football at Medibank Stadium paints the perfect portrait for a re-match between two current WAFL powerhouses.  

 

3. SOUTH FREMANTLE - ROUND FIVE 

South Fremantle established themselves as the WAFL's danger side in 2014 after a sluggish start ruled finals out of contention. A gritty 'Dogs outfit matured towards the end of the season and developed a habit of winning tough games including a one point upset of the Lions in Round 20. Subiaco travel back to Fremantle Oval in Round Five and will have to be on task to keep the boys in red and white at bay. 

 

4. EAST FREMANTLE - ROUND 23

Subiaco and East Fremantle didn't leave on the best terms in 2014 with the Sharks eliminated by five points in a heated semi-final. The Moss Street men squandered 33 shots as the Lions progressed into WAFL Grand Final 129. The Sharks return to Medibank Stadium in Round 23 and will be undoubtedly hungry for revenge. 

 

5. EAST PERTH - ROUND 24 

The Lions will round out the season against East Perth in a clash that will surely have finals connotations. With the WAFL announcing an extended finals series  teams will be clamouring for high ground on the ladder. The Royals and Lions have retained most of their talent for 2015 and should be players come September.  

 

SUBIACO LIONS 2015 WAFL FIXTURE 

DATE
 
OPPONENT
 
 
March, 21
CLAREMONT
Medibank Stadium
 
 
March, 28
EAST FREMANTLE
ATOM Stadium
 
April 4
EAST PERTH
Medibank Stadium
 
April, 11
WEST PERTH
Medibank Stadium
 
April, 18
SOUTH FREMANTLE
Fremantle Oval
 
May, 2
PERTH
Lathlain Park
 
May, 9
PEEL THUNDER
Bendigo Bank Stadium
 
May, 16
SWAN DISTRICTS
Medibank Stadium
 
June, 6
EAST FREMANTLE
Medibank Stadium
 
June, 13
SOUTH FREMANTLE
Medibank Stadium
 
June, 20
CLAREMONT
Showgrounds
 
June, 27
WEST PERTH
HBF Arena
 
July, 4
PEEL THUNDER
Medibank Stadium
 
July, 11
EAST PERTH
Medibank Stadium
 
July, 25
PERTH
Medibank Stadium
 
August, 1
SOUTH FREMANTLE
Medibank Stadium
 
August, 8
SWAN DISTRICTS
Steel Blue Oval
 
August, 15
PERTH
Lathlain Park
 
August, 22
EAST FREMANTLE
Medibank Stadium
 
August, 29
EAST PERTH
Medibank Stadium
 
 

     *Day and times yet to be confirmed*

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