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WAFL Watch: Rd 14 v Subiaco

Watch the highlights from Round 14 against Subiaco. Watch the highlights from Round 14 against Subiaco

Peel Thunder lost by 52 points to Subiaco on Friday night at Leederville Oval.

Senior development coach Marc Webb runs through how the 11 Fremantle-listed players fared.

Harley Bennell
Played as an inside midfielder. He again accumulated greater game time and has continued to build. He worked hard around the contest.

Tom North
Played on the wing for the majority of the game. His work rate improved again throughout the game. He collected 15 possessions and came off late in the game with some hamstring tightness.

Danyle Pearce
Played on ball for the game. He worked hard around the contest, had seven tackles, 10 clearances, 29 possessions and was one of Peel’s best players. He gave a good four-quarter performance.

Taylin Duman
Played down back where he was composed with the ball on a tough night for the defenders with Subiaco dominating around the contest.

Michael Johnson
Played back where he took nine marks and collected 20 possessions. He held strong in defence and in particular in his one-on-ones.

Luke Strnadica
Played forward and in the ruck. He took two contested marks and provided a good target up front and kicked a goal.

Cam McCarthy
Played forward for the majority of the game and swung back late. He pressured well with five tackles but it was a tough day for the forwards.

Mitch Crowden
Played forward and inside mid, however he struggled a bit around the contest with three clearances and 10 possessions. He pressured well with five tackles.

Ryan Nyhuis
Played back and was serviceable with his defensive efforts and one-on-ones.

Scott Jones
Played in the ruck for the majority of the game where he had 32 hitouts in a good contest against Zac Clarke. His tap-work was good but he had limited opportunity around the ground with his follow up.

Lloyd Meek
Played forward and in the ruck where he had 15 hitouts and eight possessions. He followed up well around the contest with five tackles.

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