WAFL: Thunder coach says Subi sense of revenge to blame for defeat

WAFL: Thunder coach says Subi sense of revenge to blame for defeat

Clockwise from bottom left: Peel Thunder players showed resilience, despite an early lead by Subiaco. Corey Adamson. Jonathon Griffin. Blair Bell. Cameron
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WAFL: Thunder coach says Subi sense of revenge to blame for defeat
WAFL: Thunder coach says Subi sense of revenge to blame for defeat
WAFL: Thunder coach says Subi sense of revenge to blame for defeat
WAFL: Thunder coach says Subi sense of revenge to blame for defeat

PEEL Thunder coach Cameron Shepherd said it was a disappointing game on Saturday.

“Subiaco are a good side on their home ground,” he said.

Shepherd said revenge from Peel’s grand final win last year would have been a big driver for the Lions.

“There were a few positives from the game though,” he said.

“We were four goals down at half-time.

“The players showed resilience to get back in the game.”

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Shepherd said the game against West Perth at Rushton Park on Good Friday would be important.

“We’ve won two and lost two,” he said.

“We need to get back on the bus.”

Shepherd said he was confident Peel would bring their best to the game.

He encouraged residents to make the most of the long weekend by getting to the game to show their support.