By The Numbers - RD17 , (2017)

 
Subiaco took to their regional zone of Esperance last Saturday. These are some of the numbers in Subiaco’s 40-point win that made it 14 wins in a row.
 
0 – LOSSES: Looking ahead a week, the Subiaco v Peel match sets up as a battle of form teams. Since Subiaco defeated Peel on the WA Day long weekend, both teams have gone unbeaten since. Peel are on a 5-game winning streak, Subiaco have added five more wins to their current 14 game streak..
 
6 – YEARS: Saturday marked six years since Simon Parry’s last WAFL win at league level. You have to go back to round 15, 2011 when Parry, playing for Swan Districts, enjoyed a win. Two of Parry’s last three WAFL league games have been played in regional areas, one in Karratha, one in Esperance.
 
7 – SOKOL: While a number of his teammates were struggling with the windy conditions in Esperance, Ben Sokol kicked four goals straight. More impressive for Sokol was establishing a new career high in tackles, laying 7, the most by any Lion on Saturday.
 
9 – QUARTER WIN STREAK: Despite a mounting injury list, Subiaco have put together an impressive run over the past three weeks. They have now won 9 consecutive quarters dating back to the fourth quarter of the Round 15 win over West Perth.
 
10 – COCKIE: Adam Cockie’s impressive game against Claremont was highlighted by 10 inside 50 entries. This is the second most by a Maroon’s player in a game this season, trailing Chris Phelan who had 11 in round 6, also against Claremont.
 
13 – CLUB DEBUTANTS: With Tim Sutherland and Simon Parry debuting in the Subiaco league team on Saturday, coach Jarrad Schofield has now blooded 13 new players with WAFL opportunities in 2017.
 
14 – WINNING STREAK: It seems every week this current winning streak breaks new ground. With Saturday’s win, this current 14 game winning run now sits as the second longest in club history.
 
20 – HALF WIN: Subiaco’s 40-point win was built on a consistent 20 point per half advantage. Subiaco won the first half by 20 points 6.6 to 3.4 before winning the second half by 20 points as well 8.4 to 4.8.
 
29 – MARK DIFFERENTIAL: Claremont out-marked Subiaco 88-59. Overall Subiaco has taken on average 68 marks per game. This is the lowest mark in the WAFL, with the average WAFL team taking 85 marks per game.
 
32 – KITCHIN: Leigh Kitchin broke the WAFL record for most possessions in a game at Ports Oval. With only one previous game at the ground, it was Andrew Gaff who held the previous record with 27 possessions while playing for South Fremantle. For Gaff that was his seventh, and final game at WAFL level.
 
100 – WINNING PERCENT: Subiaco maintained their 100% winning percentage in Esperance with the victory over Claremont. Subiaco are now 3-0 in the picturesque town in its regional zone. Two wins have come at Ports Oval, the other one at Newtown Oval.

 

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