50 for Kitchin

 
A sea-change in 2015 resulted in Leigh Kitchin heading across the country and the 25-year-old Victorian wouldn’t have it any other way.

Kitchin has played 50 out of a possible 51 games in three seasons at Subiaco and the star midfielder reflects on his transition to the West.
 
“When the opportunity came up it didn’t really feel like the right time, but in retrospect I’m so glad I made the move,
 
“There’s no other place I would rather be, I was a part of some pretty tight cultures at Box Hill & Frankston, but I had never experienced anything like Subiaco. It’s a group of guys who want to achieve and are willing to do it together.” Said Kitchin
 
Kitchin has become one of the most potent inside midfielders in the WAFL since his move to Subiaco and he believes coaches Jarrad Schofield & Steven Wasley have helped adapt his game.
 
“There have been few things that Schofield (head coach) and Wasley (midfield coach) have emphasised since I got here,
 
“Schoey was adamant in me pushing forward hard and being another asset in attack. As a team we have also tried to make the transitions quicker and play with directness so that has opened up the run and carry,
 
“I’m really enjoying the fast-paced style at Subi and I feel I’ve become more direct with my ball use. There’s definitely still room for improvement though, a few more goals wouldn’t hurt.” Said Kitchin
 
 
The gut-running midfielder was also a part of the 2015 Premiership side which Kitchin noted as a definite career highlight from his short, fruitful tenor.

“The 2015 premiership would definitely stick out, there’s not many specifics I can remember about the day, it was a big blur but it was an amazing feeling. You work all year to be up at the final siren and when that happens it Is kind of surreal.
 
“It’s been a joy moving to Perth and I’m blessed to be in the position I am in,
 
“I have a lot of really supportive, energetic people around me and it’s pretty great being able to play footy in May while it’s still sunny and dry.” Said Kitchin

The Lions are on a current five game win-streak and the returning vice-captain Leigh Kitchin praised the new look Lions. Subi had 12 players who had played 50 or less games against Claremont in round 7.
 
“A key part of Schoey's transition program is to offer multiple opportunities to help acclimatise players into league football,
 
“If you look at players like Max Walters, Matt Bogensperger, Braden Fimmano & Ben Sokol, they were given multiple chances before stringing together consistent football,
 
It may take a few efforts but it gives the players a blueprint and confidence and now their delivering on-field.” Added Kitchin

Kitchin will play his 50th game against the Swan Districts at 2:15, Steel Blue Oval.   
 
 

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