Lions Buzz: Round Two

The Lions continued their strong start to the season with a booming 47-point away win at East Fremantle.

Despite a stumbling first half and some inconsistent disposal, the Lions burst past the highly revered Sharks to establish themselves as early WAFL front-runners.

Shane Yarran moved smoothly for five, Clancy Wheeler kicked three and the Subiaco engine room out-ran their southern counter-parts to generate 11 more inside 50’s than the Sharks.  MATCH REPORT

Club journalist Michael Barr took to twitter for the game-day conversation and this is what the Lions pride had to say.


@kojonup Big David Madut reminds me of a young @trixieburts the way he leaps and fights for the ball when it hits the ground. @subiacolions
@parisdonald20 Woohoo @subiacolions won again very happy girl right now! Oobie Doobie come on Subi! #oobiedoobiecomeonsubie
@sparkskevan @subiacolions well done lads, pedal to the metal in 2nd half was massive, great game with #Yarransnagging 5 @WAFLOfficial #oobiedoobie
@waflfootyfacts @subiacolions take top spot on the ladder for the 250th time in club history. See the ladder history table #WAFooty
Subiaco ruckman Dave Madut helps out defender Wayde Twomey at ATOM Stadium

Along with the important 47-point win the Subiaco Football Club enjoyed “Harmony Day” at ATOM Stadium; an iniative provided by East Fremantle to celebrate multi-culturalism in the WAFL.

With a Sudanese born ruckman Dave Madut, a new American recruit Rory Benjamin and players from different heritages across the globe the Lions relished in the game-day concept at ATOM Stadium.

Get involved. Remember to tweet @subiacolions on game-day to join the conversation! 

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