Subi stun in 12th Premiership

The Subiaco Lions have achieved their 12th club premiership with a 16 point victory over East Perth at Paterson’s Stadium. The Lions proved to be the more decisive side with the 9.12 66 to 11.16 82 win leaving the East Perth Royals with two consecutive grand final losses. The veterans of...

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Toot Toot

  They’re affectionately referred to as the ‘R’ Train, and Subiaco’s Reserves side has just one more stop to make. The Lions will take on West Perth in the Grand Final at Patersons Stadium at 11:15am on Sunday.   The team’s numbers are the most impressive across all three...

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Big Ins for Big Stage

Subiaco looks set to welcome back three key players to help secure the club’s 12th premiership on Sunday. Captain Kyal Horsley has recovered from a severe cork to his knee and will take his place in the Lions midfield that will take on East Perth at Patersons Stadium. Last year's...

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Twomey pivotal for Lions

The man affectionately referred to as the “old dog” of the Subiaco Lions on the weekend by head-coach Jarrad Schofield will play a giant part in this weekend’s grand final. Wayde Twomey is about to head into his third grand final in just six years of WAFL football, and the...

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Family Ties

Subiaco’s family ties are getting deeper with four sets of twins in their development ranks. Sam & Josh Kearsley, Luke & Christian Spatara, Luke & Adam Taylor, Isaac & Abraham Clinch will all be a part of this year’s development programs including the upcoming WAFL carnival series. Family seems to be...

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Roaring Lions

A year ago Subiaco were sleeping quietly whilst East Perth and West Perth prepared to battle for the biggest prize in West Australian Football. The Lions had finished eighth and were already looking towards 2014 after a disappointing season under first year coach Jarrad Schofield. How things can change in a...

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Subi Grand Final Function

  #OOBIEDOOBIE - It's official, the Lions are in the 2014 WAFL Grand Final Yesterday Subiaco was victorious against East Fremantle. Book your tickets to the Official Subiaco Grand Final LuncheonPRE - MATCH FUNCTION The Subi Sports Bar & Function Centre will host the Subiaco 2014 WAFL Grand Final Luncheon.Join us for an exciting...

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Glory Bound

  The Subiaco Lions have powered into the 2014 WAFL grand final with a nail biting five-point win over East Fremantle at Medibank Stadium. The Lions were without the services of captain Kyal Horsley, Matt Boland and George Hampson who were late withdrawals but managed to beat the in-accurate Sharks...

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Edwards wins Taylor

Subiaco’s Tim Edwards claimed the Taylor medal for the colts best and fairest after and outstanding 2014 season. Edwards amounted 105 votes to edge out fellow midfielder Greg Clark in the vote tally who finished on 90. The 18 year old was discovered playing for the Carine junior football club and...

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Hampson a Chance for Prelim

Reigning Outridge medalist George Hampson will be given until Saturday to prove his fitness ahead of Sunday’s do or die preliminary final against East Fremantle at Medibank Stadium. The star midfielder / half forward hasn’t played since round 22 because of a quad injury but has returned to the training...

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Colts Season Review: 2014

Another colts season has come to an end with the 2014 young Lions finishing 9-11 and just outside the finals. The colts played some outstanding football throughout the year and Subiaco uncovered some raw talent as they look to build on the young squad next year. There were six members of...

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Finals Finish

  The Subiaco Lions will be in a familiar place on Sunday with a sudden death Preliminary Final against East Fremantle. The Lions have played seven finals series over the last ten years and will set their sights on the unpredictable Sharks for a chance to attempt their 12th WAFL...

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Learn, Move On

Subiaco coach Jarrad Schofield says Sunday’s 32 point second semi final loss to East Perth was a learning experience for more than half of his team who got their first taste of finals football. The Lions trailed from start to finish in wet and windy conditions at Medibank Stadium. East...

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The Road To Glory Continues

The Road To Glory continues for the Subiaco Lions as they will host the 2014 WAFL Preliminary Final at Medibank Stadium against East Fremantle on Sunday September 14th with bouncedown at 2:15pm. The Subiaco Football Club will host the 2014 WAFL Preliminary Final Pre-Game Function. Why not make a day...

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Subi stumble, but stay alive

Subiaco will now look towards an elimination final with East Fremantle after being dashed in the second semi by 32 points against East Perth. A dominant third quarter took the game away from the Lions before the Royals clinically shut the game down in the last.  The Lions lacked their usual...

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Reserves roll on

  Subiaco’s reserves have sent another bold statement to the rest of the league with a 56 point victory over West Perth. Multiple players put there hands up for league selection in the business end of the season with Simon Moore (37 disposals) and Kyle Halligan (6 goals) leading the...

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McDougall, Deluca, Phelan Fine for Finals

For the second week in a row Subiaco will be bolstered by the return of a trio of key players as the team embarks on it’s first finals campaign since 2011. Ruckman Andrew McDougall will return after being rested last week and will partner with Frank Stockley in taking on...

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Three Colts honoured

  Subiaco have three players in the colts team of the year with Ryan Vermeersch, Tim Edwards and Adam Creeper honoured at last night’s Jack Clarke medal. The Subi young guns were prominent in the colts 2014 season and showed game-changing form throughout periods of the season. Esperance 19-year-old Ryan Vermeersch...

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Eligible Eagles

East Perth coach Brian Dawson says he’ll select between 9 and 12 Eagles players in his side that will take on Subiaco for a spot in the WAFL grand final. AFL listed players need to have played at least five games this season to qualify for the WAFL finals. Games...

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Subi raises Rodriguez

  The Subiaco Football Club has claimed the Rodriguez Shield for the most successful on-field WAFL club in 2014. It’s the first time the Lions have won the award since their premiership year in 2008 shocking the pundits with a 2014 turn-around. The Lions finished seventh in 2013 under the management...

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