Crows aim to revisit Subiaco triumph – The Advertiser

The AdvertiserCrows aim to revisit Subiaco triumphThe AdvertiserBut they must do it without suspended midfielder Rory Sloane, who was the star of the closing eight-goal surge that sunk the Eagles at Subiaco in early June. West Coast is also missing an ace, having lost electric ruckman Nic Naitanui to a knee injury.and...

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Late flurry sinks Peel, seals Lions’ top spot – The West Australian

Late flurry sinks Peel, seals Lions' top spotThe West AustralianSubiaco sealed the minor premiership and edged closer to a hat-trick of flags with a 17-point win against Peel at Bendigo Bank Stadium on Saturday. The Lions will have two byes ahead of a second semifinal against either South Fremantle or West Perth...

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Lions’ revenge swift and brutal – The West Australian

The West AustralianLions' revenge swift and brutalThe West AustralianAdam Cockie produced his best match of the season on Saturday to inspire the most ferocious and unforgiving Subiaco performance of the year. The 52-point demolition job means the Lions are two games clear in top spot, have a powerful grip on the...

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Lions plan Royal flush before week off – The West Australian

Lions plan Royal flush before week offThe West AustralianIt is a favourable scenario that has not altered the message from coach Jarrad Schofield, who knows his team carries the burden of expectation that has weighed down the Royals for the past two seasons. Subiaco showcased their ruthless best in...

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WAFL 2015: Swan Districts beat East Perth, Subiaco beat Peel Thunder – NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.auWAFL 2015: Swan Districts beat East Perth, Subiaco beat Peel ThunderNEWS.com.auTALLAN Ames kicked two crucial goals to help Swan Districts to victory over East Perth, while Subiaco returned to the winners list against Peel Thunder. SWAN DISTRICTS V EAST PERTH. By Chris Pike. TALLAN Ames is no stranger to being a hero at Swan ...and...

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