SFC 2016: GF #132 Preview vs Peel

The Subiaco Lions have a chance to write history with a win over Peel in WAFL Grand Final 132.

Subi could join East Fremantle, East Perth and Swan Districts in the double hat-trick club. 
Permitting a Subi victory; the Lions will have also claimed six premierships from eight attempts over the last 11 seasons.

With plenty of new faces set to feature for the Lions, this Grand Final has a brand new feel. At least 10 players are expected to play in their first WAFL Grand Final for Subiaco as coach Jarrad Schofield continues to trust in the youth. 

Schofield will trust the selected players to combat the AFL experience and power of a Docker-loaded Peel side. The 2016 Thunder side hit their straps when several senior Fremantle players we’re dropped to the WAFL to find form.

AFL veterans such as Matt De Boer, Tendai Mzungu, Clancee Pearce and Nic Suban found themselves playing for Peel mid-season and developed incredible momentum as a team. With 17 Dockers lining up for Peel in the Preliminary Final thrashing of South Fremantle there’s no doubt the Thunder will be a handful.

Subiaco and Peel have met three times this year and have provided some of the most entertaining games of the year.
In Round One, Subi travelled to Mandurah and faced a Peel side bolstered with 18-AFL listed players including star recruit Harley Bennell. The Lions were under the pump but produced an impressive eight-point win in the last quarter.
The second encounter in Round 12 was moved to Domain Stadium due to turf issues with Medibank Stadium. Subiaco held a narrow one-point lead at three quarter time but were outlasted by four points. A late Blair Bell goal condemned the Lions to their 7th loss against the Peel in WAFL history.

The last encounter displayed the true grit and character of this Subiaco side. Although the Lions were down by five goals at three quarter time, they orchestrated an incredible comeback to kick six goals to the Thunders’ zero in the last. Forwards Hamish Shepheard (4 goals) & Liam Ryan (4 goals) were instrumental in the 17-point comeback.

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The Lions line up for WAFL GF #131 against West Perth. 


Despite the Peel side being riddled with AFL talent the Lions will look to limit the effect of Blair Bell. Bell wasn’t in the Thunder side for Round One but kicked bags of three and five against Subiaco in Round 12 & 22. There’s no doubt the spread of ability in the Peel side provides opportunities for Bell and it will be a defensive team effort to make sure the delivery into the forward line is askew. Expect Aaron Heal or Joel Latham to get the job on Bell.

The Lions will be as fresh as the morning with another weeks’ break under their belt. Although head-coach Jarrad Schofield admitted the stagnant nature of the finals isn’t ideal; he’s confident the Lions will have prepared adequately. 
"Our players are professional enough to know how to prepare. There's no excuses to say we're not ready." Jarrad Schofield at Sandover Medal

As mentioned earlier, up to ten Subiaco players could get their first experience at a WAFL Grand Final. The future will meet the past, as the next wave of Subi players come up against 2014-2015 premiership heroes Joshua Deluca and Shane Yarran. Deluca was selected by Fremantle in the Rookie Draft in 2014 and Yarran was taken with #61 in the 2015 AFL Draft.  Although they are celebrated heroes of the club; the Lions will be hoping they have a difficult day in WAFL Grand Final 132. 
Thanks to WAFL Footy Facts for the comprehensive statistical break-down of WAFL GF 132. 

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