By The Numbers - RD23, (2017)

Subiaco finished the 2017 home and away season strongly recording a hard fought 42-point win over East Perth. These are some of the numbers behind Subiaco’s record equaling 19thwin of the season.
1 – DEFENCE: Subiaco finished the year as the number 1 defence of the year, conceding just 1267 points. This was almost an identical defensive effort compared to 2016. In 2016 the side conceded 1263 points which was marginally smaller.
4 – DELAHUNTY: For the second consecutive week, Lachlan Delahunty made it a career best goals haul, this time with four. In the past three games Delahunty has shown a knack for finding the big sticks with nine goals after having just seven goals in the first 17 games.
8 – CONSECUTIVE WINS: Subiaco made it eight straight wins against their co-tenant rival. Over the past seven games, the average winning margin had been 43 points, with Saturday’s win a tick below that at 42 points.
19 – WINS: The number 19 was significant for a couple of reasons on Saturday. 19 wins equaled a club record in a season, matched in 2008. While 19 straight wins also matched a club record previously held over from 2006 and 2007.
23 – HALLIGAN/KENNEDY: Kyle Halligan and Hayden Kennedy have been key additions to Subiaco in the past month. They may not be Kevin Bartlett numbers, but worth noting that Halligan and Kennedy combined to record 23 kicks and just one handball on Saturday.
30 – HANCOCK: Subiaco midfielder Scott Hancock had a career high with 30 possessions against East Perth. One of those 30 was the standout though, as it was a Hancock kick that set up Liam Ryan’s likely mark of the year.
100 – INSIDE 50S – Despite the down day, Leigh Kitchin claimed the two inside 50 entries he needed to reach a century on the season. Kitchin finished just short of 100 last year, ending with 99 forward entries.
102 – MARKS: Subiaco high flyer Liam Ryan took six marks on Saturday (including what is surely set to be the mark of the year) to take his season tally past 100. A couple of Ryan’s marks over 2017 are guaranteed to feature in WAFL Mark Of The Year contention.
120 – HANDBALLS: Subiaco had 120 handballs against East Perth. Quite remarkably, against East Perth in three games in 2017, Subiaco recorded handball counts of 120 in round five, 121 in round 13 and 120 again in round 23.
2061 – OFFENSE: Subiaco finished the season with 2061 points for. This was the most points scored in a season during the Jarrod Schofield coached era, ahead of the 2000 scored back in 2014.


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