"Leigh Kitchin is a 2015 WAFL Premiership player with elite ability around stoppages. Kitchin has also represented WA twice at State level."
2018: Kitchin will once again be the vice-captain of Subiaco in 2018
2017: Kitchin had an outstanding season, capped off when he claimed his first Outridge Medal as the best and fairest Subiaco player. Kitchin in his third season at the club played his 50th game early in the year and averaged close to 25 possessions per game, playing in all 23 matches in 2017. Kitchin was one of the best on Grand final day for Subiaco finishing with 26 possessions. Kitchin was a part of the history making WA side that defeated Victoria during May.
2016: Kitchin showed no signs of slowing down in his second WAFL season playing 21 games. The midfielder collected 288 disposals and performed strongly in the finals series against South Fremantle and Peel. Kitchin recieved consecutive WA reps and represented the "Black Ducks" against Tasmania.
2015: Played 22 League games including WAFL Grand Final
Averaged 23.27 disposals a game
Finished with 20+ votes in the Sandover Medal count
Finished 2nd in the Outridge Medal
Represented West Australia against South Australia