Subi win eight straight

 

Subi have continued their dominant season with a 37 point victory over Claremont at the Showgrounds. 

The win is the Lions eighth in a row and they now hold a three game lead over second placed West Perth with the two sides scheduled to meet next week. 

 

Sam Menegola starred again for the Lions with 29 touches, two goals and seven inside 50's. The big bodied midfielder has hit the ground running in his first three games for the club.

 

Shane Yarran was the focal point of the Lions attack again kicking three goals on a blustery, rain-riddled game. Yaz kicked all three goals from set shots.

 

Michael Wood also kicked two with his input coming during a very important last quarter. 
 
The game started evenly balanced with Claremont enjoying a strong breeze in the first quarter. Subi's managed to negate the Tigers wind advantage, moving the ball effectively to set up first quarter goals for Sam Menegola and Shane Yarran. Score locked at 2.3 15 a piece at quarter time. 

 

With the wind and better execution Subiaco spread Claremont in the second quarter. Young ruck-man Dave Madut fought back well against experienced Tigers ruck Mark Seaby to give the Lions midfield dominance in the clearances. This resulted in a four goal to one quarter and a 19 point half- time lead. 

 

In the third Claremont came out with a quick goal to Richardson from un-disciplined behaviour from the Lions. They Lions ripped back the momentum quickly with a big second goal from Sam Menegola on the run. The teams continued to trade blows until three quarter time where Subi held a 17 point buffer. 

 

Subiaco came home hard with the wet weather kicking three goals to none in the last quarter to record their eighth straight win. Every Lions position line ear-marked their dominance with a convincing last quarter shut-down. 

 
 

 

 
 
Shane Yarran flies for a big grab against the Tigers    Photo: Flash Flood Photo
 
 
 
GAME CHANGERS
 
 
LATE CHANGES:
Subiaco moved the line-up around with vice-captain Darren Rumble and forward Rhys Waters missing through injury. Luckily for Subi, captain Kyal Horsley was ready to re-claim his position and performed strongly in his first game since Round Three. Subi also elevated young defender Declan Jackson into a shut-down role in the absence of Rumble. Jackson fit perfectly into the position group and held his direct opponent to a single goal. 
 
 
SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST:
Subiaco continue to run teams off the park with their aggressive, hard-working brand of football. Claremont were up for a tussle on their home turf and the Lions went in and took the win from them. Subi out-tackled the Tigers 75-54 led by an unstoppable Menegola who had eight of them and two holding-the-balls. 
 
THE GAME WAS WON WHEN:
Subi forward Shane Yarran was handed the ball in the goal-square after being held by his Claremont defender. Yaz went back to kick his third and secure the Lions win. 
 
 
QBE MAN OF THE MATCH:
Sam Menegola gets the nod for QBE Man Of The Match for the second time in three weeks.. Mena's drove the Subi mids with 29 touches, two goals, seven inside 50's and eight tackles. Congratulations to Glenn Pozzi who wins a signed jersey for guessing correctly. Contact the club to collect www.qbeinsured.com/lionsmotm
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
CLAREMONT                           2.3      3.4       5.6        5.8          (38)
SUBIACO                                2.3      6.5       7.11     10.15       (75)

 
 
Goals; S. Yarran 3; M. Wood, S. Menegola 2; L. Delahunty, L. Kitchin & K. Halligan. 
 
Best; Menegola, Phelan, Robinson, D. Madut & C. Le Fanu
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
RESERVES RECAP:
 
Subi set up a 48 point win over Claremont with a massive eight goal second quarter to stay second on the ladder.

Premiership forward Matt Boland made his return to senior football with a game in the reserves, kicking two and being named amongst the best players. 

Craig Hoskins gathered 18 disposals, two goals and six tackles in one of his best games for the season. Matthew Bogensperger collected 20 disposals, Simon Moore 19 disposals and Max Walters 19 disposals. 

Subi's young forwards also continue to grow at reserves level. Classy small forward Jeremy Woodley kicked three and key forward Cody Grace also added three, 
 
CLAREMONT                           2.3      3.4       5.6        5.8          (38)
SUBIACO                                2.3      6.5       7.11     10.15       (75)

 
 
Goals; J. Woodley, C. Grace 3; M. Boland, S. Bradley, C. Hoskins 2; M. Walters, C. Wrigley, R. Blechynden, M. Mcphee & R. Daniels. 
 
Best; D. Elliott, C. Hoskins, J. Ashman, M. Bogensperger & K. Horsley.
 
 
 
 
 
 
COLTS RECAP:

Subi’s colts fell by 66 points at the Showgrounds with a strong Claremont squad running the game out. 
 
The colts fought hard but only managed five points in the last quarter to fall to their ninth loss of the season. 
 
Ethan Burnett was competitive for the mids with 20 touches alongside captain Jack Beverley who continues to provide performances and leadership beyond his years. 
 
The Lions only managed singular goal kickers with Ryan Borchet, Joshua Hatch, Wyvern Mcdiarmid and Brodie Cole kicking the majors 
 
CLAREMONT                           4.4      7.7       9.9       14.16     (100)
SUBIACO                                0.2      2.3        4.5       4.10        (34)

 
Goals; Borchet, Hatch, Mcdiarmid & Cole
 
Best; Burnett, J. Beverley, J. Eccles, B. Nylander & T. Breeze
 
 
 
 
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