WRAP: Slow Start Costs Subiaco in 2nd Semi Final Loss

Subiaco will have to fight their way into WAFL Grand Final 133, after suffering a 24-point defeat at the hands of Peel at Leederville Oval on Sunday.

The Maroons got off to a slow start in the Second Semi Final conceding the first four goals and struggled to catch Peel who were decisive with their ball use.
Leigh Kitchin had an admirable day with 30 disposals and two goals and he was joined in the trenches by Adam Cockie (22 disposals) and Lachlan Delahunty (23 disposals).

Subiaco got on top in the stoppage game for portions of time despite losing the hit-out count 44 to 22. The Lions ended up winning the inside 50 count 45 to 44 but couldn’t reap the benefits of their entries.

Bernie Naylor medallist Liam Ryan finished with three goals and had an intriguing battle with Ryan Nyhuis.
Ben Sokol kicked two and livewire Kyle Halligan put through two big goals.
Matt Taberner was the player to do the most damage for Peel kicking four goals from 16 marks. Subiaco defender Jordan Lockyer did a good job of quelling Taberner after half time though.
Subiaco’s defence worked admirably but were caught out with quick transition and solid pressure from Peel.
Likewise the Subiaco midfield had its moments but were too often let down by poor disposal and the forward line battled to match a strong Peel defence in the air.
The loss gives coach Jarrad Schofield, his match committee and the entire playing group a strong understanding of what will be needed to match Peel should Subiaco make it through to the Grand final and a second chance to conquer their recent nemesis.

Subiaco brought back captain Kyal Horsley and key forward Clancy Wheeler for the clash, both had their moments but they looked a touch off the pace in the high intensity of the second semi-final. Now they have their returns under the belt the hope is they will hit the ground running against South Fremantle. Horsley and Wheeler are key figures in Subiaco’s game-plan.
Liam Baker had a hard day at the office, hitting the ball with pace and bravery for 15 disposals. The young forward displayed his courage going back with the flight on a handball in the third quarter and was collected by Zac Dawson. Baker was stretchered to the rooms but returned later to give his all for the Lions.

The last time the Lions were in this position they created a fairy-tale storyline. In 2014, the Maroons went down to East Perth in the 2nd Semi. Subiaco then fought their way through the Preliminary final against East Fremantle and qualified for a second stab at the Royals. On the last game of the year, Subiaco reigned supreme, topping East Perth for a famous Grand Final victory. Although the climate has changed somewhat, Subiaco will be hoping to re-create that narrative.
A sudden death Preliminary Final against South Fremantle looms next Sunday. This is guaranteed to be one of the best games of WAFL football this year and Subiaco will be calling on their fans and members to rally at Leederville Oval. The Maroons can book their place in a fourth consecutive Grand Final with a win over South.
SUBIACO                          3.2      4.2        9.4     10.8       (68)
PEEL                                 5.0      9.2       12.6    14.8       (92)
BEST: L. Delahunty, A. Heal, L. Kitchin, L. Baker, H. Kennedy.
GOALS: 3 L. Ryan, 2 L. Kitchin, B. Sokol, K. Halligan; 1 A. Cockie. 

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