DEVELOPMENT WRAP: Round 17 (2017)

While their league counterparts were playing in Esperance, the development league and colts teams of Subiaco faced tough tests against Claremont at Leederville Oval on Sunday.
The Subiaco development team saw their five game winning run come to an end as they were beaten by Claremont by 37-points in a highly entertaining game on Sunday afternoon.

After an even start, Claremont took control of the contest piling on six goals to one in the second quarter to build what would be a match winning 34-point lead at half time.
To the credit of the Subiaco development team though, they gallanty fought out the second half of the match and in fact outscored their opponents by a point in the final quarter.
Ultimatley it was Claremont who were sporting a deeply experienced side, that had too many winners across the ground against an undermanned Subiaco development team.
Daniel Leach led the Subiaco side with a career high 26 possessions in the game. Leach’s consistency over the past five weeks has been highlighted with weekly possession totals of 25, 24, 25, 24 and now 26.
Alongside Leach, Ryan Wade had 22 possessions and Jacob Miller had 21 possessions while up front, Luke Halligan kicked three goals and Dylan Nelson two goals.
Arguably though, Subiaco’s best player on the day was young gun Brayden Ainsworth who collected 25 possessions, took five marks, laid five tackles and kicked a goal. With back to back strong performances, Ainsworth continues to be on the radar of league selection.
The development team slipped to fourth on the WAFL reserves ladder with the loss and will next week take on a Peel side that has won its last two matches.
SUBIACO                     2.3       3.5         7.7        9.8 (62)
CLAREMONT               2.5       8.9       13.9     14.15 (99)
GOALS: 3 L.Halligan, 2 D.Nelson, 1 B.Ainsworth, M.Lawrence, R.Borchet, B.Reid
BEST: J.Beverley, B.Reid, D.Leach, B.Ainsworth, F.Foley
The Subiaco Colts went down by 29 points to Claremont at Leederville Oval on Sunday morning.
The result sees the Lions slip to fifth position on the ladder, now just two wins clear of sixth placed East Perth.
Liam Hickmott tried valiantly for the home team, recording 32 possessions, 13 tackles, four marks and two inside 50s.
Koby Fullgrabe (21 possessions), Kyron Hayden (21) and Nicholas Baroni (19) were the other ball winners for Subiaco.
Up forward Christian Martin booted three goals from 11 possessions and six marks. He is now second in the competition’s Leading Goalkicker Award, with 25 for the year. Jacob Buckley, Corey Young, Luke Foley and Jack Zappelli all booted oen goal each.
In the third minute of the first quarter, Duane Smith was able to find Luke Foley inside the forward 50. Foley got the Lions off to the perfect start when he nailed his set shot from 45 metres out. A couple of minutes later, Corey Young kicked a ripping goal from the boundary line when he was able to checkside it through. Braden Retallack and Callan England scored goals for the visitors to reduce the margin to just three points.
England got the Tigers in front when he burst away from his opponent and drilled it home in the third minute of the second quarter. Five minutes later, Nicholas Baroni found Christian Martin inside 50, who coolly slotted his set shot from 40 metres out. Will Stockwell then snapped one through for the visitors, but Martin responded when he kicked his second. The Tigers responded immediately when Tyron Smallwood kicked one from the goal square. But in the dying stages of the first half, Jack Zappelli kicked his first goal for Subiaco when he kicked a brilliant snap from the pocket to tie the score.
The third quarter saw Claremont race away to a 15-point advantage with goals coming from Isaac Barton and Smallwood. In the final quarter, Martin converted a set shot within the first minute of the quarter. However, Nathan Pearce and Cooper Nitschke kicked goals for the visitors. Jacob Buckley was taken high, 20 metres out, and he duly nailed his set shot. Sadly, Pearce scored the instant reply and moments later Brandon Woods added another, seeing the Tigers to a 29-point win.
Next week Subiaco will be looking for redemption when they travel to Bendigo Bank Stadium to take on Peel Thunder. 
SUBIACO                     2.4       5.4       5.6         7.8 (50)
CLAREMONT               2.1       5.4       7.9       11.13 (79)
GOALS: 3 C.Martin, 1 C.Young, J.Zappelli, J.Buckley, L.Foley
BEST: K.Stainsby, W.Hickmott, J.Zappelli, C.Martin

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