SFC 2016: Preview Round Three
- Thursday, 31 March 2016
The Grand-Final rematch looms as a massive game for the Lions who have started the season hot against a Falcons side hungry for revenge. A big crowd is expected at HBF Arena as the WAFL rivals battle it out for early season points.
Subiaco managed resounding wins in their first two outings over AFL aligned clubs Peel and East Perth. The Lions have been tested thoroughly but have managed to respond.
West Perth are 1-1 heading into the International Football Round blockbuster and will be looking to establish consistency against the reigning premiers. The Falcons lost to South Fremantle by 35 points in Round One but easily managed Perth by 41 points last week.
SATURDAY APRIL 2
Have a chat to us throughout the day on social media by using the #GOSUBI
WHEELIN' & DEALIN'
Subiaco's Clancy Wheeler is set to play his 100th game against the Falcons. Wheeler got his first league game during the 2011 WAFL season and his name has become a fixture of the team-list since. Wheeler heavily contributed to Subiaco's 2014 & 2015 premiership seasons and has been praised for his versatility as a big man. Clancy will have a big assignment in Subiaco game 100 with either veteran Chris Keunen or the 6'10 Seva Mozhaev (formerly Martin) holding down the ruck for West Perth.
Subiaco could have a handful of players in the selection mix this week. Forwards James Garcia and Shaquille Mckenzie have been working hard and were impressive in the Reserves against East Perth last week. Midfielder Justin Joyce was also a standout with 29 disposals.