Development Report (Round 22) vs West Perth

 
The Subiaco D-League recorded an 89-point victory over West Perth at Leederville Oval on Saturday.
 
The result sees the Lions in fourth position with a game clear of both Swan Districts and East Fremantle, and with superior percentage.
 
Daniel Perkins was excellent for the Lions, finishing with 23 possessions, seven marks, six tackles, four inside 50s, three clearances and three goals. And Brayden Ainsworth continued his stunning season with 27 possessions (11 contested), seven marks, six tackles, five clearances, three score assists and a goal.
 
Bailey Matera (22 possessions, six clearances, five tackles and a goal) and Ryan Wade (21 possessions, seven clearances, five tackles and four inside 50s) were also prominent.
 
Up forward Ryan Vermeersch was electrifying, finishing with six goals from 15 possessions and nine marks. Ryan Borchet also provided a strong presence, finishing with three goals from 16 possessions. Perkins (three goals) and Dylan Clarke (two goals) were the other multiple goalscorers. Liam Baker also kicked two on return from a hand injury. 
 
It was Ryan Vermeersch who got proceedings under way, when he soccered through a goal in the fourth minute. It took a further 18 minutes before another goal was kicked and it was Vermeersch who nailed it after he won a one-on-one contest in the goal square. Late in the quarter, Daniel Perkins banged one through and the Lions were up by 21 points at quarter-time.
 
West Perth’s Christopher Keunen nailed the first goal of the second quarter, but Ryan Borchet scored the instant response. Thomas O’Brien kicked a major for the Falcons when he received a handball out the back of a pack and ran into an open goal. Vermeersch took a strong mark and nailed his set shot from 40 metres out. Jacob Turner took a strong mark inside 50 and added another goal for the Falcons. Ryan Borchet kicked another one soon after, and moments later Brayden Ainsworth kicked a clever checkside that pushed the margin out to 40 points at half-time.
 
After the main break, Turner kicked the first goal of the third quarter, once he nailed his set shot from 40 metres out. Vermeersch was able to run into an open goal for the instant reply, but Broderick Wilson kicked a long range goal for the Falcons. It started a chain reaction as Liam Baker (twice), Daniel Leach, Borchet, and Vermeersch all kicked goals for the home team.
 
Simply put, Subiaco dominated the last quarter. In the opening minutes, Vermeersch kicked his sixth goal of the game. Bailey Matera then dribbled one through which put the margin up to 73 points. In the 20th minute, Chad Barns converted his set shot from about 35 metres out, and a minute later, Baker took a strong mark just outside 50. He quickly handballed to Dylan Clarke, who slammed the ball through. In the dying stages, Perkins kicked his third, this time a set shot from 45 metres.
 
Next week the D-League take on the ninth-placed East Perth at Leederville Oval, where they will be looking to take momentum through to the finals.
 
 
GAME CHANGERS
 
FEROCIOUS TACKLERS
 
The Lions won the tackle count for the twelfth time in season 2017, this time 70-53. Young gun McKenzie Lawrence was particularly ruthless leading the charge with eight tackles, while both Brayden Ainsworth and Daniel Perkins recorded six apiece.
 
YOUNG GUN MAKING HIS MARK
 
Throughout 2017, Brayden Ainsworth has caught the eyes of many recruiters, and his performance against West Perth would have ensured the attention has not waned. He was tough in the stoppages, but when outside he had the poise and vision to find teammates in open space. He is a special player and there is no doubting why AFL clubs are looking at him.
 
THE RETURN OF LIONS
 
The Lions have been dealt a host of injuries throughout 2017, and against West Perth several were able to produce excellent comebacks. Michael Braut, Liam Baker, Braden Fimmano, Bailey Matera, Ryan Wade and Ryan Vermeersch all have a vital role for September action and the more game time they get, the better.
 
 
THE GAME WAS OVER WHEN
 
Subiaco put on five goals in the second half of the third quarter. It pushed the margin beyond repair and the Lions proved to be far too ruthless in the final quarter.
 
 
 
SUBIACO                            3.5        9.7        15.7       20.9        (129)
WEST PERTH                     0.2        3.3        5.3         5.10        (40)
 
Goals; 6 R. Vermeersch, 3 D. Perkins, R. Borchet, 2 D. Clarke, L. Baker, 1 D. Leach, B. Ainsworth, B. Matera, C. Barns
 
Best; D. Perkins, B. Ainsworth, R. Vermeersch, R. Borchet, B. Matera, M. Lawrence
 
 
 
 
 
 
COLTS RECAP 
 
The Subiaco Colts lost to West Perth by 23 points at Leederville Oval on Saturday morning.
 
The result is shattering, considering the Lions now cannot make finals in 2017.
 
Kyron Hayden toiled hard for the home team, finishing with 29 possessions (17 contested), five tackles, five rebounding 50s, four clearances, and three inside 50s.
 
He was well supported by Tom Edwards-Baldwin (24 possessions – 12 contested - seven clearances and a goal), Tristan Hobley (20 possessions, four marks and three tackles), and Luke Foley (19 possessions – 10 contested – five tackles and four clearances).
 
In the seventh minute of the first quarter, Tyrese Miller was able to run onto  loose ball and soccer it through to record the first goal of the game. Jake Halligan responded for the Lions when he snapped one through after being front and centre of a contest inside the forward 50. Bailey Chalmers answered for the visitors, but soon after Halligan converted a long range set shot. Late in the quarter, Liam Hickmott kicked truly to give Subiaco a 7-point lead at quarter time.
 
Luke Foley got proceedings under way in the second quarter, when he was able to burst away from a pack and slot a great goal. However, Miller and Alec Johnson both bagged goals for the Falcons soon after. In the 16th minute, Jaxon Bilchuris miraculously snapped through a goal from 40 metres out near the boundary. Dylan Yem responded for West Perth, but Mitchell Crew nailed the last goal of the quarter and the Lions were up by a goal.
 
After the main break, Tom Edwards-Baldwin soccered through a goal in the fourth minute to get the Lions up by 12 points. Miller then scored two goals to tie the scores up. After some great defensive pressure in the front half, Madoc Plane capitalised with a goal, but late in the quarter Yem nailed through his second goal and the margin was just one point.
 
The final quarter proved to be all West Perth as the likes of Yem (twice), Johnson and Nathan Murray booted goals to give the Falcons a 23-point victory.
 
Next week the Lions take on the fifth-placed East Perth in their final game of season 2017.
 
GAME CHANGERS
 
AFL CAREER BECKONS
 
Kyron Hayden is one of the most sought after young players from Western Australia for this year’s draft, and against West Perth he showcased why he so highly rated. Seventeen of his 29 possessions were contested and his clearance work was outstanding. He is a special player and it is no wonder why AFL clubs are keen on recruiting him.
 
A RAGING BULL SEES RED
 
Tom Edwards-Baldwin is a young prospect who has no regard for his own safety, never shirking a contest on the football field, and his eyes light up whenever a bit of push and shove comes in. Expect him to have a long and distinguished career with the Lions.
 
NO NONSENSE DEFENDER QUELLS STAR FORWARD
 
Stationed on West Perth’s leading goalkicker Kurt Monaghan, Mitchell Hughes did an outstanding job quelling the dangerous forward. He kept Monaghan to just seven possessions and two behinds, while he accumulated 13 possessions and took three marks.
 
THE GAME WAS OVER WHEN
 
Dylan Yem kicked his fourth goal of the game, in the 22nd minute of the final quarter. His goal pushed the margin out to 17 points, which was too much with very little time left.
 
 
SUBIACO                              3.2        6.4        8.7         8.10          (58)
WEST PERTH                       2.1        5.4        8.6         12.9          (81)
 
Goals; 2 J. Halligan, 1. J. Bilchuris, M. Crew, T.Edwards-Baldwin, L. Foley, L. Hickmott, M. Plane
 
Best; K. Hayden, T. Edwards-Baldwin, L. Foley, L. Hickmott, K. Stainsby, M. Hughes

 

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