WRAP: Round 6 (2017) at Claremont

Subiaco have won five in a row with a big 55-point victory over Claremont at East Fremantle Oval.

Subi had a slow start but wrestled the game back into their favour and comprehensively ended it with eight un-answered goals in the last quarter. The Lions were without Lachlan Delahunty and lost Joel Latham early but found a way to get it done.
Liam Ryan continued his hot streak with another five goals, Ben Sokol provided three and first-gamer Liam Baker slotted two.
Chris Phelan was a solid driver in the midfield with 34 possessions, Kyal Horsley had 26 touches and utility Clancy Wheeler had 22.
Defender Jordan Lockyer did a superb lock-down job on ex-AFL Beau Maister and Wayde Twomey’s run and delivery had a big impact.
The Lions took a little time to get going and Claremont made the most of it. They got their first goal through Bailey Banfield and another quick goal by Jack Bradshaw had Subi on the back foot.  The Lions got a well-needed breather when Liam Baker kicked a beautiful goal on the run but the quarter belonged to the Tigers. Subi trailed by 19 at quarter time.
The second quarter was a very different story in regards to momentum and Subiaco worked their way into the game. There wasn’t any scoring until past the 20th minute, when Liam Ryan converted his first. The floodgates opened for the Maroons and they managed to tie the score through Max Walters seconds before half time.

Both sides stated their claims to win the game in the third quarter but Subiaco’s forward line effectiveness was the difference. Liam Ryan kicked two goals in a couple of minutes and Subi began to steer away. A late Claremont goal made it six points the difference at three quarter time.
The game was well and truly on the line in the last quarter and it was clearly evident to which side wanted the win. Subiaco put on a clinic, kicking eight un-answered goals to blow the Tigers away.
The Lions started the season with a disappointing loss to South Fremantle but have been steadily improving over the first six rounds. Subi have now won five in a row with wins against the stronger sides of the competition such as West Perth, Peel and Claremont. The Lions can use the bye week to rest and prepare for the Swan Districts in Round 8.
Subiaco went up against Claremont small in the ruck but that’s been the modus operandi for a year or so. Lachlan Delahunty was out due to injury but Clancy Wheeler and Declan Jackson stood up in his absence. Despite the hit-out statistics favouring the Tigers 63-26, Subiaco were far more effective at the contest.
Liam Baker played his first league game in maroon and gold and made quite an impression. Baker has a lot of speed and used the ball well against the Tigers. His first goal was crucial in the context of the game.
Subiaco kicked eight un-answered goals in the last quarter to deflate the Tigers.
SUBIACO                                  1.2        4.5          7.7       15.10      (100)
CLAREMONT                            2.2        4.3          4.6         6.8         (45)
Goals; 5 L.Ryan, 3 B.Sokol, 2 L.Baker, 1 L.Kitchin, M.Walters, C.Wheeler, C.Hoskins, C.Phelan
Best;C.Phelan, L.Ryan, J.Lockyer, W.Twomey, K.Horsley, L.Baker
Subiaco’s made a late run at Claremont but fell short by a goal at East Fremantle Oval.
A slow start hurt the D-league but there were impressive performances across the board.
Greg Clark had a monster game with 28 disposals, eight tackles and seven inside 50’s. Dylan Clarke gathered 19 disposals and a goal & Justin Joyce had 15 disposals and two goals.
Reid Polak and Daniel Leach kicked two goals each.
SUBIACO                                   2.2        4.6         6.6       9.11        (65)
CLAREMONT                             5.2        8.3         9.5      11.5         (71)
Goals; 2 R.Polak, J.Joyce, D.Leach, 1 R.Borchet, J.Miller, D.Clarke
Best; C.Barns, G.Clark, J.Joyce, M.Braut
The Subiaco Colts recorded their third win of season 2017, after they defeated the back-to-back reigning premiers Claremont by 19 points at East Fremantle Oval today.
The Lions now sit in 5th place on the ladder, ahead of West Perth by percentage only.
Brayden Ainsworth continued his dominant form with 33 possessions, six inside 50s, four marks, three tackles and the goal that sealed victory for the Lions in the final quarter.
He was very well supported by Max Dennis (30 possessions, six inside 50s, four marks and four tackles), Kyron Hayden (24 possessions, eight marks, two tackles, two inside 50s), and Tom Edwards-Baldwin (23 possessions, six marks, five inside 50s and two tackles).
Up forward, Che Wyatt produced his best game so far in 2017. He finished with 14 possessions, five marks, three inside 50s and three goals. Ben Miller was the other multiple goal scorer with two, while Luke Foley, Mitch Hughes, Christian Martin, Jordan Faraone and Ainsworth all kicked one goal each.
The opening quarter did not start well for the Lions as Matt Pannell went down with what looked like a serious knee injury in the first five minutes of the game. Mitch Hughes then got the Lions back on track when he scored the opening goal of the game after the Lions were able to expertly rebound the ball from inside their defensive 50 into their attacking 50. Christian Martin then kicked his first goal of the game from yet another sensational transition. It took Claremont until the 21st minute to record their first goal and it came through Cooper Nitschke. However, Kalgoorlie product Ben Miller responded instantly for the Lions when he was able to shrug off a defender before belting through his first goal for the morning and moments later, Che Wyatt kicked a clever snap to give the Lions an 18-point buffer at the first break.
The Lions started the second quarter with a bang. Awarded a free kick from being pushed in the back, Jordan Faraone went back and slotted his first goal of the game in the third minute. Unfortunately for the Lions, Nitschke kicked two consecutive goals to reduce the margin to only 16 points going into half-time.
Early in the third quarter, it was Luke Foley who got the Lions on the board when he was able to rove a ruck contest brilliantly, converting his opportunity. Nitschke then responded for the Tigers when he placed himself front and centre of a pack before converting a snap. In the 15th minute, Tom Edwards-Baldwin found Miller inside 50, and the Kalgoorlie product duly kicked his second major. Unnerving for Subiaco, Nitschke, Lewis Davis and Josh Devitt-Boyd all kicked goals for Claremont reducing the margin to only six points.
In the final quarter Che Wyatt stood up admirably. He kicked the first two goals of the quarter, including a big set shot from 50 metres out. Nathan Pearce got one back for the Tigers, but Brayden Ainsworth moments later kicked the sealer that saw the Lions run out 19-point victors.
The Lions have the bye next week, but will be aiming for their fourth victory when they take on Swan Districts at Steel Blue Oval in round 8.
Going into the game Claremont’s Callan England and Subiaco’s Kyron Hayden were first and second respectively in the WAFL Colts Coaches Award, and eyes were on them to see who would reign supreme in their duel.
England gathered 25 possessions, and recorded five inside 50s, but it was Hayden who had the last laugh as he helped guide the Lions to victory.
The Subiaco Colts were certainly ruthless, and hungry with their attack on both the man and the ball. The Lions won the possession count (335 – 320) but also won the tackle count (45-37). This was led by young defender Kyle Stainsby, who recorded six tackles, the most by anyone on the ground.
With the game in the balance at three quarter time, the Lions were desperate for a player to impose himself upon the contest. Che Wyatt could not have been more inspirational. He kicked two big goals in the last quarter and finished with three for the game. Wyatt is another Esperance product and it looks like the Lions have found another gem from the Esperance region. 
Brayden Ainsworth kicked his first goal of the game in the dying stages of the final quarter. The margin was far too great for Claremont to come back.
SUBIACO                            4.2        5.7        7.13         10.16          (76)
CLAREMONT                      1.2        3.4        7.6             8.9            (57)
Goals; 3 C.Wyatt, 2 B.Miller, 1 J.Faraone, L.Foley, M.Hughes, B.Ainsworth, C.Martin
Best; B.Ainsworth, M.Dennis, M.Plane, L.Connolly, T.Edwards-Baldwin, C.Wyatt

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