Carnivals add character

  Subiaco’s development carnival has come to a conclusion for another year with the performances of the Lions next wave generating plenty of excitement. The Lions 14’s and 15’s development squads completed their five game carnival against South Fremantle at Medibank Stadium last week and 15’s development coach Neil Arnold...

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Cochrane passes

The Subiaco Football Club regret to announce the passing of Arthur Cochrane who was serving as the President of the SFC Past Players and Supporters Association. 

 Our thoughts go out to the friends and families involved as they work through this difficult time.
 
Arthur Cochrane has been a well known football personality in Western Australia...

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2014: PLAYER REVIEW

Subiaco surprised everyone in 2014 with a re-vitalised performance under second year coach Jarrad Schofield to claim the club’s 12th WAFL Premiership. A perfect storm was created amongst the playing group with clever recruiting in the likes of Matthew Boland, Shane Yarran and Wayde Twomey combining with an exciting talent...

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Young star returns

  Subiaco’s premiership winning forward line already has another asset on the way with talented youngster Michael Wood re-joining the football club. Wood was rookie drafted by the Fremantle Dockers last year but was surprisingly de-listed after showing glimpses of brilliance at Peel Thunder in 2014. The 20-year-old forward makes his...

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Top 10 of 2014

We've had a glorious year at Subiaco and there's no better time to reflect than after a premiership. The 2014 WAFL premiership season delivered a roller-coaster ride for the Lions who rose to second on the ladder after being ruled out of finals contention by most media pundits before the...

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Subi sends off three

Subiaco have noted their first list changes this off-season with three veterans calling it a day. 2014 Simpson medallist Jason Bristow, Andrew McDougall and Robert Forrest have all decided to cease their playing commitments to the Subiaco Lions in the future. Jason Bristow may appear to be a premature exit...

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Horsley Claims Outridge medal

Subiaco captain Kyal Horsley has capped off an outstanding return to WAFL football by claiming his second Outridge Medal as the Lions’ best and fairest player. The 27-year-old averaged 26 disposals in his 19 games and polled votes in all but two matches to finish on 227, ahead of Jason...

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Best and Fairest Form Guide

2014 Outridge Medal Since the turn of the century only four players have been awarded a Best and Fairest in a premiership year at Subiaco. On Friday night another Lion will join the elite company of Alistair Pickett (2004), Mark Haynes (2006), Brad Smith (2007) and Greg Broughton (2008). The...

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Rumba rumbles on

Darren Rumble will go down in history as a Subiaco legend, after securing his fifth WAFL premiership, with a 16-point victory over the Royals.  Rumble sits with the likes of Gerard Neesham and Mal Atwell as the only three Western Australian footballers to achieve this rare accolade. The quiet achiever...

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12 facts from #12

As per usual with a Grand Final victory the Subiaco media hub has been loaded with interesting stories from the clubs 12th flag. From the under-dog win to veteran Darren Rumble's fifth grand final; these are 12 facts from Subiaco's 12th flag.  1. SCHOEY’S EMPIRE Coach Jarrad Schofield becomes the...

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2014 Outridge Medal

The Outridge Medal is the night of nights on the Subi calendar  that all players and their partners look forward to each year.  After a hard fought 2014 Premiership season all members, supporters, staff and players are looking forward to a great night and an intriguing vote count. This year...

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Mr Jingle Jangle

  He responds to a number of nicknames at the football club including Jase, Britty, Brizza and JB but since Sunday Jason Bristow’s teammates have taken to calling him ‘Mr Jingle Jangle’. It’s a reference to the sound made by the two medallions that were draped around his neck following...

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Priddis makes history

Matthew Priddis has rounded out a massive week for the Subiaco Lions to become the first from the club to claim the Brownlow medal.   The ex-Subiaco premiership player stormed home late in the count after proving himself as one of the most consistent inside midfielders in 2014. Pridda led the AFL...

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R-Train comes to halt

The Subiaco reserves will review their 2014 season as a missed opportunity after falling to West Perth by 16 points in the WAFL Grand Final. After undoubtedly being the most dominant team in the reserves competition finishing on top with only two losses, the Lions struggled to generate scoring chances...

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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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