Lions Buzz: Round Three

The stage was set at Medibank Stadium for a Good Friday show-down but unfortunately for the Lions they didn't get the memo. 

East Perth arrived with a bit of extra vitriol with memories of Subiaco sinking them in the 2014 premiership; and the Lions struggled to find a response. 

As the Royals stars blasted away Subi felt the brunt of an action packed week take it's toll. The Lions were without leading goal-kickers Matt Boland and Chris Deluca along with star half-back Wayde Twomey who missed late with a groin injury. 

The talent packed side of East Perth forced Subi into a style of play they often enforce themselves, applying considerable pressure on the ball carrier and forcing rushed decisions. This equated to Subiaco getting far less quality ball and far less time to create which was illustrated by a lopsided disposal count , 418-260,  in favour of the Royals. 

Despite the one sided encounter approximately 4000 showed face to Medibank Stadium and social media was buzzing with banter from the annual Good Friday show-down. 


LIONS BUZZ - @subiacolions 
@spags70  Great broadcast channel 7 good to see WAFL back on 7
@Christo1953  RT : Before anyone complains about WCE list players, has nine imports today.
@oshaunnewman Subi also has 2014 premiership medallions. @Christo1953
@clwaterhouse84  get @D_Rumba23 up front kicking snags its basic maths
Subiaco were also pleased to invite CEO of Redimed and Lions fan Hahn Nguyen for the tossing of the coin. Redimed are another big sponsor to jump on board with Western Australian Football this year and are the major sponsor of our U18's Colts competition. 


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

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