Wood's on fire

Article by: Michael Barr | Photo By: Michael Flood The Colts have gotten their season off to the perfect start with wins against West Perth and East Perth.  They weren’t just minor wins however, blowing away the opposition by a total of 157 points, scoring 35 goals. Michael Wood, Rhys...

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Cooking with Antoni Grover

  Written by Andrew Owen Last week the Community Engagement Program (CEP) run by the Subiaco Football Club visited Balga Senior High School to teach the young male students involved in the program about nutrition and how to prepare a healthy meal on a budget.  A footballer’s favourite, spaghetti bolognese,...

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Subi wins battle of Leederville

Article By: Andrew Owen | Photo By: Michael Flood Five goals to Josh Smith were not enough as Subiaco recorded their first victory of 2013, downing the Royals by 15 points. In the third annual Good Friday game, the Lions 16.8 (104) outscored East Perth 13.11 (89). The Royals...

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Wood kicks five as Lions thrive

The Subiaco Colts have recorded their second win of the season with a 78 point thumping of the East Perth Royals at Medibank Stadium. The Lions turned it on after a goal-less first quarter, hurting East Perth around the ground with their intensity on the ball. Their competiveness at every contest lead...

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Sinclair, Lycett in clash of the giants

Head to Head Played:318   Subiaco: 135   East Perth: 182   Draws: 2 At Medibank Stadium Played:32   Subiaco: 19   East Perth: 13 Last Meeting - Round 22, 2012 at Medibank Stadium Subiaco 11.9 (75) def by East Perth 15.25 (115)    Subiaco ruckman Callum Sinclair will get the chance to impress West Coast selectors when he and fellow Eagles ruckman...

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Thank God it’s Good Friday Football

Game Details:

 Subiaco Lions vs East Perth Royals

  Date: Friday, March 29th  Location: Medibank Stadium, Leederville

  Bouncedowns League: 4:10pm Reserves : 1:40pm Colts : 11am 16's squad : 9am   Game Day Notes: Bar Facilities will be open from 1:00pm QBE Kids Zone located at the city end of the...

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Subi's 16's go down by a point

The 16’s have kicked off their season with an agonising one point loss at the hands of West Perth on Saturday. The Lions youngsters were ferociously competitive for a majority of the game but fell at the last hurdle. Coach John Batten was impressed with his side’s performance but admits his side...

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Subi visits the Goldfields

 Steve Armstrong and Greg Rogers speaking to the Karlgoorlie City Football Club Subi's Player Development Officer Jeff Lind, and Colts Coach, Steve Armstrong, were treated to a weekend of football in many forms this week, visiting the Goldfields to attend the annual Nickel West Cup carnival. Fresh from a convincing...

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Hay has eyes on the prize

Debutant Nick Hay says he was thrilled to finally be named in the Subiaco side when the Lions hosted West Perth on Friday night The Kalgoorlie product, who played his first senior game for Kalgoorlie City Football Club when he was only 15, says he had to adjust to...

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Subiaco Gallant in Defeat

Written By Andrew Owen | Photo By: Michael Flood The first match of round two kicked off tonight with Subiaco going down to West Perth by four goals. The Lions hit the front for the first time early in the last quarter but four straight goals to the Falcons ensured...

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The kids can play

           Josh Deluca kicking on the run                                                    Photography: Kim Johnson   The Subiaco Lions have gotten their season off to a bang with a 77 point victory...

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Cubs Become Lions

  As many as four products of the Lions junior system could debut in Friday night’s clash against West Perth at Medibank Stadium.   Kyle Halligan (pictured above), David Madut, William Fetherstonhaugh and Nick Hay have all been named in coach Jarrad Schofield’s preliminary squad of 30. Halligan, Madut,...

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New Faces

  It's been a summer of change at the Subiaco Football Club, meet the clubs newest recruits for season 2013.     Jarrad Schofield: 
If anyone knows success it's Jarrad Schofield, a product of the Lions junior program, Schofield's playing record speaks for it's self. A part of Port...

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Indigenous connection stronger than ever

The Subiaco Football club have developed a strong relationship with Aboriginal communities in the last 18 months, with 14 players of indigenous heritage now representing our 16’s and Colts sides. These players are a product of our community engagement programs which originated in 2011; which highlights one of the goals as...

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Money in the Bank

  Ask any WAFL footballer and the term 'pre-season' is synonymous with pain. Just the mention of the dreaded, hyphenated P word evokes images of grueling time trials, ruthless skin fold testing, blood, sweat and vomit.   Pre-season is a stage where some players shine brightly, cruising past teammates...

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Colts leaders have strong country influence

CAPTAIN:Declan JacksonVICE: Hayden KennedyVICE: Mitch TurnerDEPUTIES: Cody Grace, Rhys McAlister, Andrew Vawser & James Hughes   Declan Jackson, Hayden Kennedy, Mitch Turner and Cody Grace all originate from the country, with Kennedy and Turner being Goldfields products from Mines Rovers and Cody Grace from Railways.  Jackson originates from Collie and...

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Lions Push Premiers

    Subiaco fought out a tough 7 point loss to reigning premiers Claremont at Medibank Stadium on Saturday night.     Former Subiaco teammates Jarrad Schofield and Marc Webb locked horns for the first time in their short coaching careers with Webb taking the early honours.   Subiaco...

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Coaching Duel

  Two Subiaco premiership teammates will go head to head as opposition coaches for the first time this season when Subiaco plays host to Claremont on Saturday night.   Jarrad Schofield will lead his side into it’s final pre-season hit out and sitting opposed to him in the visitors...

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Lions with the loudest roar

The Lions Colts have come away with a win in their third pre-season matchup, defeating Claremont 11.8 (74) to 6.14 (50). Subi were near full strength for this encounter and were impressive from the outset, restricting and negating the Tigers with their brand of high pressure football. Cody Grace showed why...

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Roller Coaster Continues for Phillips

  Nathan Phillips talks about his temporary retirement, recovering from a second knee reconstruction and how a dream revived his WAFL career.   In 2010 Nathan Phillips was voted South Fremantle’s Best and Fairest player despite rupturing his anterior cruciate ligament, a season ending injury, in round 14. Further...

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