Bunton still kicking goals for Subi

Club legend Haydn Bunton (left) with Subiaco Football Club Director Basil Fuller (right) and the Limited Edition Gold Engel Fridge Freezer.  Haydn Bunton is still kick goals for Subiaco.  In the Community Development Raffe - Subiaco's major annual raffle - Bunton collected two major prizes.  Not only did Bunton win the first...

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Where are they now? Keith Dean

by Ron Head No Show Jones crooned the American country singer, George Jones, who was well noted for missing in action at sold out concerts. In 1954 at Subiaco Football Club the cry was Anyone Seen Dean? I was serving in the Nashos when I was selected for my first...

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Lions looking to keep Bulldogs on leash

Round 18 – 2012 – League Sat, 21 Jul 2012 2:10 PM Head to Head Played:326   Subiaco: 144            South Fremantle:179          Draws: 3 At Medibank Stadium Played:14     Subiaco: 10   South Fremantle: 4 Last Meeting – Round 3, 2012 at Fremantle Oval South Fremantle 15.15 (105) def by Subiaco 18.5 (133)  ...

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Lions Learning To Growl

SUBIACO Colts coach Steven Armstrong says the Lions future looks bright on the back of his team’s performances in 2012. After losing their first five games the Colts have won six of their last nine. Six of the nine losses by three goals or less and three of them by...

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Lions Community Development RAFFLE

  The annual Lions Community Development Raffle project benefits our football programs designed to support our Colts, Junior Clubs (metro & country) and associated District community teams. With 28 prizes (detailed below) to be won the draw took place on Sunday, 15 July.  Members and players have supported this event...

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Social Media Recap Rd.17 vs Peel

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Thunder Storm Lions

A dominant third-quarter performance from Peel Thunder has seen them defeat Subiaco by 38-points at Medibank Stadium. Peel Thunder led at every change to win 15.9 (99) to 9.7 (61). George Hampson’s two goals and 17 possessions was a rare positive for the Lions. Defensive duo Ben Randall and...

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Colts Shine in Big Win Over Peel

Subiaco recorded 20 goals for the first time this year in an emphatic 93 point win over Peel Thunder.  The scence was set in the first quarter when the Lions led by 43 poits after piling on 7 goals.  Full forward Michael Wood was in red hot form with 4...

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Where Are They Now?: Peter Metropolis

  by Ron Head They don’t come much more maroon and gold than Peter Metropolis. Playing one hundred and fifty eight games over nine years, captain of the club, and part of a premiership, he went on to serve for fourteen years as a committeeman, including eight as President. Yet...

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Lions Ready To Roll With Thunder

George Hampson gets a handpass away. PHOTO: CAM WEDEMEYER - SUBIACO FC / Twenty5six.com  GEORGE Hampson says Subiaco will need to be vigilant when they face the “up and down” Peel Thunder on Saturday. Hampson said Peel’s upset wins over competition leaders proves they can match it with anybody in the...

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Holiday Clinic A Soaring Success

Lions Districts Holiday Clinic kids have been treated to a visit from West Coast Eagles players Matthew Priddis, Shannon Hurn, Callum Papertalk and Anton Hamp.  The 200 participants between ages 5-12 took part in a wide range of activities including handpassing and kikcing drills.  The day included morning tea and...

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Salvation Army Rugs For A Reason Day

  Donate a Rug to help those in need   The Subiaco Football Club have partnered with the Salvation Army to host “The Salvation Army Rugs For A Reason Day” aimed at benefiting the WA homeless. The Lions are encouraging all Subiaco members, supporters and fans attending the round 18...

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Maturing Blechynden reaches half-century

Blechynden gets a kick away. PHOTO - CAM WEDEMEYER - SUBIACO FC / twenty5six.com  REECE Blechynden says the next step in becoming an elite WAFL midfielder is a big pre-season and improved fitness. Blechynden, who will play his 50th League game against Peel this Saturday, had a run with role on East...

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Landmark Country Football Champs

Last year's Senior Landmark Country Football Championships winners South West.  SUBIACO will be well represented in this weekend’s Landmark Country Football Championships, the Regional Districts team comprising of many of Kalgoorlie-Boulder and Esperance young talents. The Championships will take place from Thursday 12 July to Sunday 15 July with...

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Club Community Sport Development Raffle

  Closing this FRIDAY Drawn Sunday 15th July    Members are requested to forward tickets and the proceeds to the club to participate in the draw for 28 prizes and support development projects!...

Where are they now? Mick Lee

Grand finals are the highlights of most footballers careers, and the annals of the game are littered with hard luck stories. Although a regular at Subiaco for much of the mid-eighties, when the club were consistent grand finalists, the Gods conspired against midfielder Mick Lee to such an extent that...

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Reserves Report

WHEN Subiaco played Swan Districts in Rd. 9 nine of their best 18 were out through injury. As a result 2012 has seen Subiaco’s list depth tested significantly. The league teams injury problems has also seen the reserves undermanned, however, there remains a number of players in the twos who...

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Lions Pride in State Squads

SUBIACO representatives Chris Deluca and Dom Sheed have completed their state 18s carnival with a 24-point loss to Vic Country. The Sangropers went down 10.12 (72) to 14.12 (96).   It was Western Australia’s third loss of the carnival with defeats to Queensland and South Australia as well; their two...

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Colts: June Review

Colts Monthly Review: JuneRESULTS Subiaco   55 – 75   Perth Subiaco   84 – 77   East Fremantle Subiaco   56 – 60   Claremont Subiaco   76 – 75   East Perth The Lions went 2-2 in the month of June to maintain sixth place with a 5-8 record, only a few wins outside the top four. The squad has...

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Points value reduced for Chambers

  The West Australian Football League has reduced the point value assigned to Subiaco Football Club’s Brant Chambers under the WAFL Player Points System from 10 to five. The WAFL determined in March that Chambers should be a 10-point player, having played a game each for Melbourne and Hawthorn’s VSFL...

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