SFC 2015: Round Two Preview

  This week Subiaco face a hungry East Fremantle side full of confidence after dismantling the Royals. The Sharks put on an ominous display against last year’s WAFL runners up kicking seven goals in the first half to East Perth’s none. East Perth struggled to get into the game with former...

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WAFL: Round One Top 10

The WAFL and Channel 7 have introduced the Top Ten plays of the week and Subiaco featured in three of them; including Shane Yarran's mercurial boot out of the air at  #1.      For more updates follow the Lions on twitter @subiacolions...

Debutants dazzle

As expected; Subiaco endured some teething pains throughout moments of their 45-point-win over Claremont but the fresh-faced Lions culminated for an important win. Nine changes were featured in the Round One Lions side from the team that won the 2014 premiership. Out of those nine, five debuted with Schofield’s tradition...

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Lions Buzz: Round One

The Lions had a strong opening day showing with a win over Claremont in front of a bustling crowd on Saturday afternoon.  Subiaco utilised the opener to unviel their 2014 premiership flag with the help of former media man Ben Cameron who now works for 6PR radio.  Over a thousand...

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2015 Weekly Winners

Round 1 vs Claremont Presidents Raffle Rd. 1 1st Prize: 700 2nd Prize: 4544 3rd Prize: 4507 Prizes are available at Club Reception   Player Auction 2015 League Best: Shane Yarran Winner: Debbie Lawrence   Reserves Best: Tom Smith Winner: Mark Lawrence   QBE Man of the Match Player Winner:...

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Lions out-roar Tigers

  Five goals each from Shane Yarran and Clancy Wheeler have helped the Lions to a 45-point win against Claremont at Medibank Stadium.   Yarran and Wheeler put their hands up in the forward line in the absence of goal-kickers Matt Boland and Chris Deluca who are returning to fitness. Victorian...

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HEAR THE ROAR

The Subiaco Lions are back we're ready to roar.  #HEARTHE ROAR    For more updates follow the Subiaco Lions on twitter @subiacolions...

WAFL launch app

The West Australian Football League has increased its digital presence with a new free Official WAFL App. Fans are encouraged to search for ‘WAFL Official’ in the App store to download the Official WAFL App. The official App offers significantly more than unofficial WAFL Apps currently in the market, including a...

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Title defence begins

Subiaco will kick their title defence off with a visit from Claremont this Saturday.A healthy rivalry has developed against the “big cat” teams over the last decade perhaps starting with the Lions triumph over the Tigers in the 2007 WAFL premiership. Since then the spoils have been held by Claremont 12-7...

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DOWNLOADS: WAFL Season Guide

The 2015 WAFL Fixture Card and Bouncedown Season Guide are now available to download online. CLICK THE LINKS BELOW TO DOWNLOAD NOW: 2015 WAFL Fixture Card 2015 WAFL Bouncedown season guide Round One of the McDonald’s WAFL Premiership Season kicks off this Friday night at Fremantle Oval and continues with...

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QBE Man of the Match expands

QBE Supporters’ Man of the Match is back and better than ever! QBE is committed to giving fans a voice in 2015, so for the first time, the QBE Supporters’ Man of the Match Competition will be available for all 20 home and away WAFL games this season. And QBE...

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Horsley's number one

Subiaco kicked the season off with a bang at Domain Stadium with over 200 attending the season launch The Lions unveiled their 62 man playing squad, which will compete in the 2015 WAFL Premiership season. One of the more notable changes over the pre-season was captain Kyal Horsley’s move to number...

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Lions Leaders

  Subiaco un-veiled an eight-man leadership team at the club’s opening night at Subi Sports Bar on Saturday.Kyal Horsley will be returning as captain joined by five-time premiership player Darren Rumble as vice-captain. Veteran midfielder Chris Phelan was elevated into the leadership group alongside Lions youngsters Rhys Waters and Scott...

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Launch with the Lions

  Subiaco are set to raise their 12th premiership flag in the season opener against Claremont on the 21st of March. Anyone involved with the club is encouraged to be a part of the historic moment as we add another notch to our clubs decorated history.   Along with the raising...

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2015 Player Auction

On Saturday March 14th at the 2015 Season Opening Dinner the player auction will be held. The players are grouped into 19 groups. The winning bidders will have the chance to get weekly dividend, which will be paid out for the best League and Reserves player for each round.  Weekly...

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Subi demolish Demons

Subiaco have continued their strong pre-season form with a 104-point win over Perth.  The Lions sported a relatively strong side featuring a host of the new recruits and established starters.  Lachlan Delahunty made a return to the side and was dominant in the forward line alongside Matt Boland and Kyle...

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Ruck Resolutions

Subiaco’s young talls have been given a chance to shine in 2015 with opportunities opening up in the ruck department.  Both of the Lions 2014 premiership rucks are unavailable this year with Andrew Mcdougall retiring and Frank Stockley undergoing knee surgery. That leaves a hole in the number one tap role;...

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Robinson-Twomey re-united

The Lions welcome another big game player with Brett Robinson re-joining the WAFL ranks for Subiaco. Robinson played with Wayde Twomey in the memorable 2010 WAFL Grand Final victory at Swan Districts and joins his former teammate at the Lions. Originally from Weribee, Victoria Robinson made the move to Western Australia...

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Bullied Bulldogs

Subiaco started their 2015 with a roar downing South Fremantle by 30 points at Medibank Stadium in a pre-season fixture.  The Lions fielded a different looking side after a heavy recruiting period for the club.  New signings Sam Menegola (Fremantle), Leigh Kitchin (Frankston), Jordan Lockyer (Sydney), Scott Hancock (East Fremantle)...

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Yarran the All-Star

Subiaco’s Shane Yarran received a unique opportunity last Thursday night when Andy Lovell contacted the forward with a spot amongst the AFL Indigenous All-Stars A star-studded line-up of the best Indigenous AFL talent gained the services of the unknown goal-magnet from South Mandurah; and he wasted no time in making...

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