The Moments So Far

Subiaco have gotten off to one of their best starts in recent years with five convincing wins on the trot.  The Lions sit on top of the ladder heading into the bye week after the new look side demolished sides across the WAFL including finals contenders East Fremantle, Claremont and...

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Club Doctor Required

Doctor Required!!! The Subiaco Football Club is seeking a match day doctor. If you are a qualified doctor and have a passion for sport, please contact the Subiaco Football Club on 9208 9999 or attention an email to Luke Sanders at \n This email address is being...

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Magic Moment

  “It’s Just a Magic Club” - That’s how Subiaco is seen through the eyes of Lions trainer Mick ‘Magic’ Bailey. Bailey played a pivotal role in the Lion’s thrilling come from behind win over East Perth on Good Friday. Normally a beacon of positivity around the change rooms, Bailey’s trademark...

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2014 Community Raffle

The annual Lions Community Development Raffle has launched and is a monster raffle this year. The project benefits our football programs designed to support our Colts, Junior Clubs (metro & country) and associated District community teams. With 20 prizes this year and with 1st prize winner flying to Mauritius for...

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Genovese claims media award

        By Michael Barr                                                                           Photo: Clubs WA Subiaco Football Club journalist and...

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New Heights for a New Lion

Standing at 197 cm and 105 kgs, it’s not often Frank Stockley gets made to look small on the football field. But on Good Friday Subiaco’s new recruit was forced to battle above his weight and height for four quarters against an East Perth trio of AFL experienced ruckmen. Stockley...

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Subi the giant killers

  Subiaco has beaten East Perth in a Good Friday blockbuster 16.10 106 to 12.10 82 to remain undefeated going into the bye week. Trailing by 15 points at three quarter time Subi pulled off a marauding last quarter kicking six goals to none to run out 24-point winners. George Hampson...

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Colts win four on the trot

The Subiaco Colts have recorded their fourth straight win with an 80-point win over East Perth at Medibank Stadium. Subi’s back six were magnificent in the encounter to only concede ten scoring shots in over 80 minutes of football. Key defender and captain Brennan Pearce was pleased with his...

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Lions Chase Royal Flush

Five wins in a row? Subiaco haven’t been able to achieve the feat since its barnstorming finish to season 2011 which, after 12 wins, ended in a loss to Claremont in the WAFL Grand Final. East Perth are coming off a 100 point thumping from arch rival West Perth and...

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Christie Medal on Good Friday

“Please fetch me in, I’m slowly bleeding to death” That was the message Private Andrew Christie sent back to his lines after he was shot in the leg in Gallipoli on the 2nd of May 1915. His body was never recovered. There’s much hype surrounding Good Friday’s match between Subiaco...

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In The Mix

Subiaco have one of their strongest senior lists in recent years with both league and reserves side sitting on top of the ladder after Round Four.  A potent combination of steady recruiting and young talent have Subiaco poised to be a powerhouse in 2014; with the depth of the...

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Undefeated

The Subiaco Lions have continued their unbeaten streak in 2014 with a 17-point win over Peel Thunder at Bendigo Bank Stadium. The Lions veterans were instrumental in the victory with Jason Bristow (31 possessions), Chris Phelan (28 possessions) and returning captain Kyal Horsley (24 possessions) leading the midfield. George Hampson was...

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Subi Colts bury Thunder

The Subiaco Colts have won their third consecutive game; storming home by 30 points against Peel. A dominant third quarter helped the Lions break away from a resilient Thunder outfit who couldn’t match Subiaco’s experienced ball-carriers. Captain Brennan Pearce had his best game of the season with 29 disposals and...

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Colts Preview: RD 4 Peel Thunder

The WAFL Colts will look to get three consecutive wins this week as they take on Peel Thunder at Bendigo Bank Stadium. Coach Steve Armstrong has a deep squad of talented youngsters who are starting to gel; which was especially evident in the last quarter against Claremont last week. Four goals...

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Horse Favourite to Play

Outridge Medalist Kyal Horsley will play his first WAFL game since the 2011 Grand Final on Saturday when the Lions head to Mandurah to take on Peel Thunder. The 26-year-old was appointed captain during the pre-season replacing the retired Aidan Parker. Horsley made a successful return from a knee reconstruction...

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Good Friday Football a Godsend

While players and coaches are firmly focused on this weekend’s fixture the club would like to urge fans and members to mark April 18th in their diaries. The Subiaco Football Club will once again host Good Friday Football at Medibank Stadium. The Lions pioneered the fixture back in 2011 and...

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Sharp-shooters

After three rounds Subiaco sits atop the WAFL ladder; and you could put it down to firepower. The Lions have five players in the top ten goal-scorers illustrating a side that’s working efficiently. Opposition teams have struggled to contain Subi’s different forward types; with the liveliness of Rhys Waters, the...

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Oh Brother

  “Deluca gathers… handballs to Deluca… and Deluca finishes the goal.” It didn’t take long for brothers Chris and Josh Deluca to combine as WAFL footballers. Chris found himself on the end of a well weighted handball from his kid brother Josh and duly converted at a crucial stage during...

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Colts comeback

The Subiaco Colts have pulled off a miraculous last quarter comeback to record their second win of the season. Trailing by four goals half way through the last quarter; the Lions lifted their intensity to run out seven point winners at the siren. Despite being dominated in most statistical indicators a...

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Tigers Hunted

The Subiaco Lions have remained undefeated after thrashing the Claremont Tigers by 80 points at East Fremantle. The Lions team orientated game was unstoppable in their third win of the season with their silky ball movement and attack on the ball setting the pace early. Young gun George Hampson...

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