Lions roar to return after break
Wayde Twomey.

Subiaco are ready to relaunch their season after the State game bye, which gave the premiership contenders some breathing space on the injury front.

The Lions are confident that Lachlan Delahunty (foot) and Wayde Twomey (glute strain) will be fit to face Claremont at the Showground on Monday after the pair were ruled out of the State match against the NEAFL representative side last week.

Leading goal kicker Matthew Boland, who has kicked eight in his past two matches, has also benefited from the break after experiencing shoulder soreness for much of the season.

The key trio will be critical to second-placed Subiaco recapturing their early-season momentum, the Lions having lost two of their past three matches after an unbeaten run (5-0) to start the season.

Rhys Waters will also return to add spark to the Lions forward line after serving a two-match suspension.

The availability of vice-captain Darren Rumble (groin) will hinge on tonight's training session. He hasn't played since round five.

Claremont will be without Trinity Handley (broken thumb).

The West Australian

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