By the Numbers - 2nd Semi Final (2017)

Subiaco suffered its first defeat since round one of the 2017 season going down to Peel in the Second Semi Final on Sunday. These are some of the numbers behind the loss.
1.33 – KICK/HANDBALL RATIO: Subiaco finished Sunday’s Second Semi Final with 191 kicks and 144 handballs for a ratio of 1.33, notably down on a season average of 1.59. It was Subiaco’s second lowest kick count for the season.
2 – DOUBLE DIGIT POSSESSIONS: Only two Lions players failed to collect at least 10 possessions in the game with an even spread across the game possession wise. Liam Ryan finished with 7 and Max Walters had his lowest output for the season also having just 7 possessions.
3 – BOUNCEBACK: Subiaco can take some consolation in that the last three times that the club has lost the Second Semi Final of a WAFL Season it has gone on to win the Preliminary Final the next week. In 2014, 2009 and 2007; Subiaco bounced back the next week and in 2007 and 2014 they went on to win the premiership despite the Second Semi Final loss.
6 – RYAN: Subiaco’s high flying Liam Ryan continues to show his improved consistency. Ryan kicked 3 goals on Sunday making it six straight multi-goal games. This ties a career high for Ryan having had multi-goal games in six straight between rounds 1 and 6 of this season.
8 – TWOMEY: Veteran Wayde Twomey led the team in marks on Sunday, finishing with 8. This was a season high for Twomey and his most since round 19 of the 2016 WAFL season.
20 – HITOUTS: Subiaco matched a season low in hitouts with just 20. No player past 10 hitouts with Adam Creeper and Lachlan Delahunty each having 9 and Clancy Wheeler 2.
30 – KITCHIN: Subiaco’s tough inside mid Leigh Kitchin was the side’s best player at the weekend finishing with 30 possessions. It was the fifth time that Kitchin had tallied 30 possessions in a game this season.
68 – SCORE: Subiaco’s struggles to score were highlighted with a final score of 10.8 was its second lowest score of the season. The only other score lower then this was against West Perth up in Joondalup on a very wet Saturday.
90 – SCORE AGAINST: It is a small sample size, but in the two occasions that an opponent has passed 90 points against Subiaco they have won. Subiaco’s two highest scores of the year conceded were 116 in a round one loss to South Fremantle and 92 in Sunday’s loss to Peel.
176 – DAYS: Subiaco’s impressive and club equal 19 game winning streak was snapped with Sunday’s loss. It was the first time in 176 days that Subiaco had suffered a defeat. Subiaco lost their first game of the 2017 home and away season and now the first game of the 2017 finals. 

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