Subiaco Lion Clancy Wheeler ends distinguished career

Subiaco Football Club player Clayton Wheeler has wrapped up a successful WAFL career. Photo: Supplied.

Subiaco Football Club player Clayton Wheeler has wrapped up a successful WAFL career. Photo: Supplied.

A local football product, who moved on to play for the Subiaco Lions, has finished his WAFL career on a high.

Clancy Wheeler had his debut with the Subiaco Football Club in Round 11 against Perth in 2011.

Wheeler played his last game with the Subiaco Lions after winning his fourth WAFL Premiership, with a 96-point win over South Fremantle on Sunday, September 22.

The versatile fan favourite developed as a player with the Newtown-Condingup Football Club.

Wheeler won the Esperance District Football Association's Hepburn Medal in 2009, the same year the Newtown-Condingup Lions defeated Ports to claim victory in the Grand Final.

The 31-year-old player celebrated his 150th WAFL game in Round 11 of the 2019 season.

Clancy Wheeler after helping the Newtown-Condingup Lions claim victory in the 2009 Grand Final. Photo: Esperance Express Archives.

Clancy Wheeler after helping the Newtown-Condingup Lions claim victory in the 2009 Grand Final. Photo: Esperance Express Archives.

In the Grand Final, Wheeler finished his time with the Subiaco Lions with a goal, nine disposals, two tackles and three marks.

According to the Subiaco Lions, Wheeler has played a 154 state league games, with an average of 14 disposals, four marks and two tackles each game.

He has kicked a total of 109 goals in his WAFL career.