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Peel Thunder defeated Subiaco by 24 points on Sunday in the second semi final at Leederville Oval.

Senior development coach Marc Webb runs through how the 15 Fremantle listed players fared. 

Danyle Pearce
Played wing and inside, where he was strong with his pressure around the contest. Danyle laid some good tackles and smothers, and was also impressive with his ball use. His 24 kicks helped connect the midfield with Peel’s forwards inside 50.

Cam Sutcliffe
Played on ball and also went forward, where he kicked two goals. Cam’s pressure around the contest was strong with six tackles to go with his ability to impact the scoreboard. 

Luke Ryan
Played at half-back for the game. Luke ended up with 16 marks and was really strong with his ability to roll off, defend and set up play from defence. 

Taylin Duman
Played as a half-back. Taylin had six marks and was strong with 22 possessions. He really featured late in the game with his ability to spoil while taking a strong contested mark in a crucial moment.

Matt Taberner
Played forward for the game with 16 marks and three contested marks. It was a really strong performance from Matt leading up the ground and being able to impact the game with four goals.

Tommy Sheridan
Played on ball and on the wing. Tommy really worked hard with his strong work-rate up and down the ground. He was also able to impact the scoreboard while pushing forward with two goals.

Josh Deluca
Played on ball with eight clearances and was really strong around the contest with seven tackles. His pressure was really solid and his ability to win the hard ball around the clearance was strong.

Sam Collins
Played back for the day, taking 10 strong marks in defence and helping to repel some of Subiaco’s forward attacks. Sam was solid with his ball use in defence and his spoiling was outstanding again. 

Nick Suban
Played on ball and on the wing. Nick’s pressure around the contest was really strong, having seven tackles and five clearances while impressing with his hands around the clearance.

Garrick Ibbotson
Played back for the day, Garrick was really strong in his one-on-one contests and helping his teammates with his roll off spoiling.

Jon Griffin
Played in the ruck with 40 hitouts and also had stints up forward. Jon had a strong impact around the clearances with seven tackles and his follow up was a key part of his game in a strong battle against Lachlan Delahunty and Adam Creeper.

Griffin Logue
Played back for the game where he was opposed to some of Subiaco’s strong forwards in Clancy Wheeler and Ben Sokol. He was solid with his defensive work and his use was clean.

Sean Darcy
Played in the ruck and as a forward. Sean was telling late in the game and was able to kick a couple of important goals to help hold Subiaco as they really pushed in the last quarter. He had 24 hitouts and three clearances in a solid performance.

Zac Dawson
Played forward for the game and was really hard with his intent at the ball and his pressure. He had nine tackles and his work rate to help his teammates was crucial.

Ryan Nyhuis
Played a big role on Liam Ryan. He was really solid with his defensive work and his ability to minimise Ryan’s impact on the game.