The Road To Glory

  The Subiaco Lions will play East Perth in a semi-final as they return to September action for the first time in three years. A host of exciting recruits and developing young talent lifted Subiaco to second place in a season which pundits expected Subiaco to struggle. The Lions will be...

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Finals Bound

  The Lions have gathered some much needed momentum going into the finals after edging East Fremantle by 25 points. The last WAFL game of the 2014 season provided a heated contest between the finals contenders with Subiaco prevailing with a superior last quarter. Captain Kyal Horsley continues to dominate with...

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Save the best till last

  The Subiaco Colts have finished the season on a high note with a 35 point victory over the East Fremantle Sharks. A strong five-goal performance from Rhys McAlister was crucial as the Lions generated 23 scoring shots to 13 in a Round 23 season closer.  Max Walters was the most...

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Trio Return

Jarrad Schofield has a welcome selection dilemma as he prepares to take on East Fremantle on Sunday He’s juggling a surplus of players who are fit after injury lay-offs. The Lions will regain the services of at least three key players on Sunday, in what will be the side’s final...

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Defensive Depth

  Subiaco may have lost two tight encounters in a row; but one aspect of their play remains uncompromising. Their defensive integrity… The Lions back-line has fluctuated and adapted to personnel changes whilst maintaining fierce coverage over their WAFL opposition. Subiaco’s back six have held tight in games that could have been...

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Clark shines brightly

  Subiaco youngster Gregory Clark has been elevated into the second stage of the AFL Academy with a second 12-month scholarship. The athletic midfielder has developed into one of the Lions Colts most reliable midfielders with the athleticism to play inside and outside midfielder whilst also possessing the height to...

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A Decade On: Matt Priddis

The Matt Priddis story is a unique one Over looked in 3 national drafts, the midfielder was 20 years old when West Coast recruiters threw him AFL lifeline in the form of the 31st selection in the 2005 rookie draft. By that point he’d played 63 WAFL games, 2 state...

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Lions Reserves Ravage Bulldogs

The Subiaco Reserves team ran out comprehensive victors on the weekend downing South Fremantle by 95 points. The reserves team sits atop of the premiership table with 17 wins and 2 losses and a percentage of 220. They have been the dominate team in the competition this season and the...

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Colts finals gap closes

The opportunity to play finals has been dashed for the Colts with a 67-point defeat against South Fremantle at Fremantle Oval. The Lions were out-played by the third placed Bulldogs who used the ball far better to gather 129 more disposals than the visitors. With the loss leaving Subiaco stranded on...

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'Dogs edge Lions in thriller

The Subiaco Lions have lost their second consecutive game in a tight contest with South Fremantle at Fremantle Oval. A hardened Bulldogs outfit edged Subiaco by 14 points in a physical encounter set up by a quick start. The Lions fought back to get the deficit to just six points in...

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Yarran Returns

Subiaco star Shane Yarran is set to return for his first game since injuring his ankle in round 19 against East Perth. Yarran has quickly become a fan favourite at Medibank Stadium and a nightmare for opposition coaches in just his first year of WAFL football. In his 16 outings...

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A Decade On: Ali Pickett

When the final siren rang at Subiaco Oval on Grand Final day in 2004 Allistair Pickett could finally exhale. He and his family had been endured a tense fortnight. The elation that accompanied the birth of his youngest son Brodie was quickly followed by the devastation of losing a close...

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Esperance opportunities

The Esperance District Football Association have capped off another successful season with the Hepburn medal for best league player awarded to Mitch Kaye of the Esperance Bulldogs. Kaye was brilliant in the ruck for the Bulldogs on their way to an undefeated season with the focus now firmly on claiming...

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Mad Finals Dash

  Subiaco’s Colts need to win their last two games if they remain any chance of making the top four in 2014.    The Lions sit in sixth position; two points behind East Perth who are perched in fourth position on 34. West Perth also stand in the way of...

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Tigers pounce on Lions

  The Subiaco Lions have endured a frustrating eight-point loss against Claremont 9.15 (69) to 11.11 (77) in a game of missed opportunities. Subiaco’s pressure was outstanding all game but they couldn’t convert their hard work onto the scoreboard with a conversion rate of 37.5 percent.  A host of missed opportunities...

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Colts lose clash of cats

  The Subiaco Colts have lost to the Claremont Tigers by 49 points despite a lively performance from forward Jeremy Woodley. The 17 year old has been building form in the last month and was on target against the Tigers to kick four majors. Subi desperately needed a win against...

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In Stock

  Subiaco ruckman Frank Stockley has recovered from the hamstring injury that’s kept him out of Subiaco’s last two games and is right to return against Claremont tomorrow. The big man was pressing for selection when Subiaco played East Perth a fortnight ago but was given an extra week’s rest...

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A Decade On: Brad Smith

“We’d been underperforming for a long time and I hated that” On Grand Final day in 2003 Subiaco found themselves down against West Perth, down on the scoreboard and down a player, their full-forward to be exact. The majority of Lions fans would argue the magnet with Brad Smith’s name...

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Dargie, Rumble honoured

  Subiaco added two more members to the 200 club last Friday with Ian Dargie and Darren Rumble receiving the honour. 24 Lions have now achieved the 200 game honour from the WAFC and the additions of Dargie and Rumble make Subiaco one of the most decorated clubs. Rumble is an...

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Combined Hopes

  Three Subiaco footballers will be a part of AFL Combine testing this year in hopes of furthering their dreams of playing on the big stage. Joshua Deluca, Adam Creeper and Shane Yarran have been nominated to attend Combine testing’s after emerging as rare talents for the Lions in 2014. Joshua...

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