Development Report (Round 23) at East Perth

The D-league are primed for finals with a 29-point win over East Perth at Leederville Oval on Saturday.

The game started as a defensive struggle until the Lions burst out of the blocks.
Four goals from exciting young forward Ryan Vermeersch helped the Maroons to the win that clinched 3rd place and booked a semi-final against Claremont. Vermeersch has kicked 10 goals in the last two games.
Ray Daniels added two more goals to his solid campaign and versatile midfielder Daniel Perkins also kicked two.
The Maroons were ecstatic with the performance of Mckenzie Lawrence who drove the majority of the Lions inside 50’s. The ex-Colts captain is developing into a composed midfielder.
Daniel Leach finished his home and away season with another very consistent performance and the Brigades product finished with 389 disposals from 19 games. Leach will be a crucial player for the D-League in the upcoming finals campaign.
Subi also had strong showings from Jacob Miller who paired nicely with Mckenzie going forward and youngster Brayden Ainsworth who collected the ball 23 times. Draft prospect Kyron Hayden continued to relish in his senior football introductions with 14 touches and a equal game high seven tackles. 
Tim Sutherland dominated the ruck with 46 disposals and added five marks to his day against the Royals. Sutherland has been demonstrating the skills of a tap specialist since moving to the club from Perth.

The D-League have booked a second chance opportunity in the finals series with the first challenge against Claremont at South Fremantle Oval on Saturday. 11:20
Ryan Vermeersch celebrates a goal with Braden Fimmano 


EAST PERTH                2.2        4.7         6.8         10.8           (68)
SUBIACO                      1.4        5.8        11.8        14.13         (97)
Goals; 4 R.Vermeersch, 2 R.Daniels, D.Perkins, 1 J.Chapman, B.Ainsworth, R.Borchet, E.Burnett, D.Nelson, J.Garcia
Best; M.Lawrence, J.Miller, R.Vermeersch, D.Leach
The Subiaco Colts’ 2017 ended on a sour note, as they lost by 54 points to co-tenants East Perth at Leederville Oval on Saturday morning.
They finish the season in sixth position with eight wins and a percentage of 93.41%. They were only three wins away from making finals.
Liam Hickmott had another outstanding game, with 22 possessions (14 contested), 10 tackles, nine clearances, seven inside 50s, two marks and a goal.
Max Dennis (25 possessions – 11 contested – seven inside 50s, five marks, four clearances, and three tackles), Nathan French (23 possessions – nine contested – seven marks, four inside 50s, three clearances and two tackles), and Madoc Plane (20 possessions – 15 contested – eight clearances, five tackles, and three inside 50s) were other players to perform well.
The first half belonged to East Perth who came out firing. In the first minute of the first quarter, Brandon Starcevich aimed truly after a costly turnover in the Lions’ defence. Liam Martin, checksided a goal through and moments later Erci Bashemule nailed his set shot from 40 metres out after he was awarded a free kick for being held onto.
Sam East opened the scoring for the Royals in the second quarter when he slotted his set shot from 35 metres out. Nathan Arbon (twice), Rhai-Arn Cox, Martin, and Bashemule all hit the scoreboard for East Perth to give them a 50-point lead at half-time.
Within the opening minute of the third quarter, Christian Ameduri found Arbon inside 50. The Busselton product converted for his third goal of the game. A minute later, Matthew Young banged one through. In the fifth minute Jake Halligan used his body well to take a contested mark. He converted his opportunity to record Subiaco’s first goal. Jake Dugan responded for the Royals, but before three-quarter time, Tristan Hobley nailed a set shot.
In the ninth minute of the final term, Kye Willcocks sidestepped an opponent before he drilled another goal for East Perth. Liam Hickmott snapped one out of a pack, and a minute later, Ben Miller crumbed a loose ball and banged it through the goalposts. However, Thomas Vellios scored the instant reply when he converted his set shot from 45 metres out to give the Royals a 54-point lead.
The Lions won the tackle count yet again, this time 50-46. This was led by Liam Hickmott with a game-high 10 tackles. His brother, Wil Hickmott, and Madoc Plane also helped lead the charge with five tackles each.
The Lions won the contested possession count 125-117. Madoc Plane (15 contested possessions), Liam Hickmott (14) and Max Dennis (11) all led the charge against East Perth’s midfield. They equalled the contested mark count, at five apiece, with Liam Connolly taking a game-high two contested marks.
Ben Miller is one WA’s highly sought prospects for this year’s draft and he showcased why against East Perth. He finished with 16 possessions (nine contested), 20 hit-outs, two marks, two inside 50s, a score assist and a goal in a strong performance.
EAST PERTH                3.2        9.2        12.3         15.6          (96)
SUBIACO                      0.3        0.6        2.13         4.18          (42)
Goals; 1 B. Miller, J. Halligan, T. Hobley, L. Hickmott
Best; M. Plane, N. French, M. Dennis, L. Hickmott    

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