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Beginnings: The West Coast Eagles Football Club is one of the 16 Australian rules football clubs competing in the Australian Football League. The club, based at Subiaco Oval in Perth, Western Australia, was formed in August 1986.

  • * Record Attendance: 43,027 at Subiaco Oval in round 22, 30 August 2003
  • * Most Games: 276 by Glen Jakovich
  • * Largest Finals Crowd: 97,431 for the 2006 grand final at the MCG
Full Ladder Team P W L D FOR AGNST % PTS
6 West Coast 22 16 6 0 2181 1678 130.0 64

Final teams

AFL 2017 Round 10 - West Coast v GWS Giants

Goal sneak Malcolm Karpany is looking for his first win at AFL level

West Coast will enter tonight’s battle against Melbourne with the same 22 players that were selected on Thursday night.

Josh Hill and Malcolm Karpany have replaced Jackson Nelson (hamstring) and Mark LeCras (hip). It’ll be the third game of Karpany’s career, as he seeks to secure a place in the Eagles’ line-up. Hill is back after missing last week’s victory over Geelong.

Both players will seek to inject speed and pressure in West Coast’s forward line, while also adding some impact on the scoreboard. Hill booted two goals in the WAFL last week, while Karpany rarely fumbled when he touched the footy.

Melbourne also goes into the contest unchanged from the team announcement earlier this week. Reigning All-Australian ruckman Max Gawn returns from injury, along with Billy Stretch. Nathan Jones (leg) and Jack Watts...

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Last glance: Eagles v Demons

'The Eagles have set the benchmark' Eagles legend Andrew Embley, AFL.com.au's Travis King and Ben Roberts preview the Eagles' round 14 clash with the Demons

AFL 2017 Round 03 - Richmond v West Coast

Nathan Vardy needs to take it up to Max Gawn this evening


West Coast:

IN – Josh Hill, Malcolm Karpany

OUT – Mark LeCras (Hip), Jackson Nelson (Hamstring)


IN – Max Gawn, Billy Stretch

OUT – Nathan Jones (Leg), Jack Watts (Hamstring)


West Coast ended Geelong’s three-game winning streak last Thursday and will be looking to inflict the same result against Melbourne tonight. The Eagles’ 13-point victory was underpinned by a relentless attitude around the contest, as they recorded season-high numbers in the tackle count and numerous other pressure rating measures. Luke Shuey dominated in the centre of the paddock with 32 disposals, 16 contested possessions and seven tackles, while Dom Sheed, Lewis Jetta and...

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Round 14: Key moments

First quarter:

00.45: Drew Petrie clunks a big mark at the top of the goal square and fires home the Eagles' first six pointer of the evening.

Extra info: West Coast's kicking efficiency of 77 per cent has allowed them to spend 65 per cent of the first term in their forward half. The Eagles average five minutes less time in forward half per game than their opponents this season, ranked 15th in the AFL.

22.46: Drew Petrie picks up his second goal of the quarter after being awarded a free-kick following a holding infringement by Neville Jetta. Eagles trail by five points.

Extra info: Drew Petrie gets his second goal, making this his first game as a multiple goalscorer for the Eagles, both of which have been launched from Centre Bounce Clearances. The Eagles average 1.5 goals per game from this source in 2017, ranked 10th.

Extra info: Both Tom Barrass and Eric Mackenzie recorded five...

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Who are West Coast’s 2017 stat leaders?

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Eric Mackenzie is doing all the little things right this year. He's leading the club's one percenters tally in 2017

Statistics are becoming a vital aspect of the modern game.

From identifying trends relating to your club to pointing out potential opposition deficiencies, the numbers play a role in the planning and preparation for every game.

On an individual level, these figures can also help see which players are leading the way.

So, who's keeping the stats recorders busy this season? With help from Champion Data, we can reveal which players are topping the charts so far in 2017.  


Andrew Gaff – 31.0

Luke Shuey – 28.4

Sam Mitchell – 27.8

Disposal efficiency percentage

Sam Butler – 85.0

Shannon Hurn – 84.3

Tom Barrass – 84.1

Contested possession

Matt Priddis – 12.5

Luke Shuey – 11.2

Elliot Yeo/Sam Mitchell – 10.0


Luke Shuey – 5.9

Matt Priddis – 4.8

Sam Mitchell...

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Eagles ponder defensive shake-up

Simpson press conference 23.06.17 West Coast Eagles senior coach Adam Simpson speaks to the media ahead of Saturday night's clash with Melbourne

AFL 2017 Round 13 - West Coast v Geelong

Jeremy McGovern could play forward or back tomorrow night

West Coast could throw a spanner in Melbourne’s game plan by unleashing a new-look defensive unit on Saturday night.

Eagles senior coach Adam Simpson said the match committee was toying with the idea of changing its back six set up for the crucial round 14 contest.

Simpson suggested Jackson Nelson’s omission due to a hamstring injury and the inclusions of attacking players Josh Hill and Malcolm Karpany had forced the panel to review the club’s structure ahead of tomorrow’s clash at Domain Stadium.

“We’ll have a bit of a different look,” Simpson revealed.

“We’re exploring a couple of things this year and this will be another week where we do explore that. I won’t go into too much...

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Wills living the dream

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Ashara Wills will be working closely with West Coast Eagles game development manager Adam Selwood and midfield development coach Luke Dwyer over the next 10 weeks

Ashara Wills is a young woman with a life-long dream, a dream that until recently appeared outside her reach.

Purely based on her gender, she was up against it. That was until the women’s football revolution.

A passionate fan of Australian football – and particularly the West Coast Eagles – she has played in the state-based women’s football league, but she wants to take her involvement to another level. She has an insatiable appetite for the game and is keen to absorb as much knowledge as she can.

Wills ultimately wants to impart that knowledge on to other girls and women keen to join the rapidly evolving female football movement. She wants to coach footy.

And an important step in that objective has been realised by...

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The big improvers

West Coast has had plenty of improvers across the 2017 campaign. Some have capitalised on an injury-free run, while others are mainstays who have added more strings to their bow. Here are some of Eagles whose play is on the up.        

Nathan Vardy

Vardy entered his debut season with West Coast as an unknown commodity.

After managing just four senior games across the previous three seasons due to an assortment of knee, foot and ankle injuries, the former Cat made the trip across the Nullarbor for a fresh start.

Fortunately, Vardy has been able to stay on the paddock and is enjoying a career-best season as a result.

Playing a vital role in the ruck, replacing the injured Nic Naitanui and covering for Scott Lycett as he makes his return through the WAFL, Vardy has proved he can handle the No.1 mantle in the middle.

The 25-year-old is averaging more than 21 hit outs a game, but honing...

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Eagles lining up for East Perth

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Jack Redden was adjudged best afield the last time East Perth played Swan Disctricts at Steel Blue Oval

East Perth will have up to 14 West Coast-listed players at its disposal for tomorrow’s clash with Swan Districts at Steel Blue Oval.

AFL regulars Sam Butler, Sharrod Wellingham, Chris Masten, Scott Lycett and Jack Redden will don the club’s revered black and blue, while Luke Webster will also have a host of exciting young Eagles to pick from.

The Round 14 fixture looms as a crucial one for the Royals, who could replace the Swans in the top five with an upset win away from home.

It is yet to be determined which of the following players will play league or reserves football.

Full list of West Coast Eagles players available for East Perth selection:

Tom Gorter

Francis Watson

Tom Lamb

Scott Lycett

Fraser McInnes                                                                


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Simplicity the key for Royals

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Luke Webster hopes the Royals take it up to Swan Districts tomorrow afternoon

Luke Webster says stripping back East Perth's game plan has been central to the Royals’ recent turnaround.

After losing their first five games of the season, East Perth responded with a five-game winning streak, which was only halted by league leaders Subiaco at the weekend.

The senior coach said a shift in mentality was at the heart of the club’s form reversal.

“That first game against Subiaco was our worst performance of the year,” Webster told Sport FM.

“It was a game where we felt we didn’t bring the required intent and work rate to play four strong quarters. We have changed and simplified a few things since that day, to ensure the players have a real simple mindset that’s focused on bringing a good work rate and having that for four quarters.

“By simplifying things, it’s allowing them to go out and...

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Last time we met

Last time we met the Demons West Coast scraped over the finish line the last time these two sides clashed back in round 18, 2016

AFL 2016 Rd 18 - West Coast v Melbourne

Jamie Cripps goes for a dash against the Demons

The outcome was more impressive than the method in this gritty, highlight-deficient victory against the Demons.

Indeed, the result was quite staggering given the imbalance in the key statistical measures which were heavily weighted in Melbourne’s favour.

The Dees held a 66-37 advantage in the inside 50 count, had 90 more possessions as a collective unit and won the contested possessions and marks inside 50 count – the lot.

About the only meaningful measure that didn’t favour Melbourne were the clearances – and the most significant guide of them all; the scoreboard.

It was a tribute to West Coast’s players and coaching staff, particularly the defensive unit, that they were able to secure an important...

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Opposition watch: Watts in doubt

AFL 2017 Round 13 - Western Bulldogs v Melbourne

Jack Watts failed to train in Melbourne on Thursday

Melbourne tall forward Jack Watts is in doubt for Saturday night's clash against West Coast after failing to get through training on Thursday morning.

Watts, who was under a fitness cloud with a hamstring complaint, left the track early after consulting with medical staff.

On Thursday morning coach Simon Goodwin said the club would take no risks with sore players on a six-day break.

He said Watts, who injured his hamstring in last week's 57-point win over the Western Bulldogs, would need to complete the session to make the trip to Perth on Thursday evening.

"It's pretty much as simple as that," Goodwin said.

"We're in this period now of six-day breaks where if anyone is sore we won't take a risk on them.

"He'll have to train fully today, but we expect Jack to be able to do that and get on the flight today." 

Watts is in career-best...

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Two 'Nics' a hit up north

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Nic Naitanui mentored Newman Senior High School's Strength to Succeed group during his recent Kicking Goals trip

A current West Coast star and a hero from yesteryear ventured to Western Australia’s far north to visit the club’s Kicking Goals participants recently.

Superstar ruckman Nic Naitanui flew to Newman, while former player come Eagles development coach Mark Nicoski journeyed to Port Hedland for the club’s third Kicking Goals trip of 2017.

Naitanui, participating in his second Kicking Goals trip for the year, led several football clinics at Newman Senior High School before addressing the region’s Strength to Succeed group.

He told the talented collective of footballers to make the most of their skills and to take up any opportunity that came their way, including a chance to play in a curtain raiser game ahead of West Coast’s Round 19 match against Brisbane at Domain Stadium.

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Contest crucial against Demons

AFL 2017 Round 13 - West Coast v Geelong

West Coast will need Nathan Vardy to take it up to Max Gawn on Saturday night

West Coast cannot afford to let its guard down against an in-form Melbourne outfit on Saturday, according Jaymie Graham.

The Eagles forwards coach said last week’s impressive display against Geelong would mean nothing if the team let its intensity slip against the fifth-placed Demons.

Simon Goodwin’s men are the second-best tackling and contested possession team in the league and rank sixth in clearances.

For that reason alone, Graham said West Coast had to be relentless in the clinches at Domain Stadium.

“The stats show that they are number one for physical pressure and right up there for their contested possessions and clearances,” Graham told SportFM today.

“They’ve got some individuals across the board who are just playing some good football as well; (Jeff) Garlett down forward and down back they have...

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Eagles honour 10-year members

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Mark Hutchings and Simon Tunbridge pose for a photo with two committed West Coast fans

The West Coast Eagles celebrated the loyalty of its latest crop of 10-year members at a Bronze Beneath our Wings sundowner last Wednesday.

Held in the John Worsfold room at Domain Stadium, Eagles inaugural captain Ross Glendinning acted as MC on the night, welcoming guests and reminding them of some of the club’s highlights since 2008 - the year they joined the club.

Glendinning later introduced West Coast Eagles general manager of business strategy and growth Deane Pieters, who spoke in detail about the points of difference between Domain and Perth Stadium, as well as the progress of the stadium deal and member benefits to come from the state-of-the-art facility.

After Pieters fielded some questions from the crowd, Glendinning welcomed players Simon Tunbridge and Mark Hutchings to the...

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Jetta having an influence: Shuey

AFL 2017 Round 04 - West Coast v Sydney

Luke Shuey loves what Lewis Jetta has brought to the Eagles in recent weeks

West Coast midfielder Luke Shuey says Lewis Jetta’s elite ball use is helping the Eagles play a more attacking brand of football.

Jetta is averaging 22.3 disposals at 83 per cent efficiency and has kicked five goals in his last three outings in blue and gold.

The Bunbury talent also showed off his silky ball use with an incredibly accurate centring pass to Elliot Yeo in last week’s win against Geelong, which highlighted his ability to put teammates into dangerous positions with his top-shelf kicking skills.

“He is pretty freaky with what he can do with the footy,” Shuey told 6PR’s Sportsday WA.

“We have been confident in Jetta since day one, or else we wouldn’t have gone after him from Sydney. Over the past three weeks, he has played some of the best footy I’ve seen him play in a long time.

“He has worked...

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Forward pressure

TABtouch team: Round 14 The TABtouch team announcement for West Coast's clash against Melbourne at Domain Stadium

AFL 2017 Round 10 - West Coast v GWS Giants

Malcolm Karpany will play his third game in West Coast colours on Saturday

Emerging forward Malcolm Karpany will get another opportunity to showcase his talents after tonight being elevated to the West Coast Eagles team for the important clash with Melbourne.

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Karpany has been named as one of two inclusions – alongside Josh Hill – for the Saturday evening clash with the Dees, after star forward Mark LeCras was ruled out with a hip injury.

LeCras, who has battled the hip complaint for a few weeks, has been unable to contribute as he would like, so the medical staff has prescribed a rest this week in the hope that will aid him in the second half of the year.

Not surprisingly, young defender Jackson Nelson has been ruled out with a hamstring...

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Emerging talents take centre stage

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West Coast's Next Generation Academy talents will play in a curtain raiser clash from 3.15pm on Saturday

West Coast Eagles fans are encouraged to get to Domain Stadium early on Saturday to watch the club’s Next Generation Academy talents play in their second curtain raiser match of 2017.

More than 50 of Western Australia’s most talented indigenous and multicultural talents will take to the field in an all-Eagles affair from 3.15pm.

West Coast game development manager Adam Selwood said the contest would put the academy’s under-14 talent on show for everyone to see.

“Part of what we are trying to build is a younger cohort or group of players coming through that, in time and if they fit the draft criteria, will be potential recruits for us,” Selwood said.

“There will be a mixture of indigenous players, multicultural talents and non-indigenous players. It’s a good opportunity to see the...

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Defence key to exorcising Demons

AFL 2017 Round 13 - West Coast v Geelong

Matt Priddis drags Zach Tuohy over the boundary on Thursday night

West Coast midfielder Matt Priddis says the Eagles need to stick to their team defence mechanisms to beat Melbourne this weekend.

After restricting Geelong to just 70 points last week – the fourth-lowest total the Eagles have conceded this season – the squad will be looking to achieve similar success on Saturday.

The Demons pose a tough challenge given they rank fourth in the competition for points scored. Additionally, Melbourne has eclipsed the 100-point threshold in four of their past five contests.

“We were really pleased with the full team effort against Geelong,” Priddis told Channel 9.

“We put on real pressure and got those deep forward 50 entries we have been looking for. From there, our forward line, midfielders and defenders locked the ball in with great forward pressure. That’s what our game is built...

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Shuey inks long-term deal

Eagles lock in Shuey long term Luke Shuey speaks exclusively with Eagle Eye TV after signing a four-year contract extension

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Luke Shuey has signed a four-year contract extension with the West Coast Eagles

Reigning John Worsfold medallist Luke Shuey has today signed one of the longest-running player contracts in West Coast Eagles history.

The explosive midfielder, already committed to the club for the 2018 season, has inked a new deal that will bind him to West Coast until the end of 2022 – effectively ensuring he is a one-club player.

Shuey, who just turned 27 and is five games shy of qualifying for life membership, is a strong leader within the playing group and has universal respect at all levels within the organisation. He is viewed as one of the key players in both the short and medium term for the club.

“It’s really good to get the deal done. I’m super-pumped to sign-on with...

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Intense Eagles prepare for Dees

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Jack Darling was a standout at main training today

West Coast enjoyed an intense main training session in the lead-up to this weekend’s clash with Melbourne.

Tackling and pressure underpinned the session, after that same focus delivered winning results against Geelong last week. The Eagles laid a season-high 93 tackles in the Cats game, and the same intent was shown on the track today.

Immense pressure was a focus of the midfield group, as extracting the ball from clearances while under physical duress was worked on throughout the session. Melbourne ranks sixth in the competition for clearances, so the battle in the trenches will be a vital one come Saturday.

With a boisterous nature established from the get-go, the rest of training was completed in a similar vein. Everything from simple kick-to-kick drills to executing ball movement was done with the required mentality that the...

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Round 12
When Home Away Venue
Thursday, 18 June (7:20 pm) Adelaide 12.13 (85) def. by Hawthorn 17.12 (114) Adelaide Oval (crowd: 49,108)
Friday, 19 June (7:50 pm) Richmond 10.10 (70) def. by West Coast 13.12 (90) MCG (crowd: 45,178)
Saturday, 20 June (1:40 pm) Carlton 17.8 (110) def. Port Adelaide 16.10 (106) MCG (crowd: 27,693)
Saturday, 20 June (4:35 pm) Greater Western Sydney 8.13 (61) def. by North Melbourne 18.9 (117) Spotless Stadium (crowd: 7,824)
Saturday, 20 June (7:20 pm) Western Bulldogs 22.14 (146) def. Brisbane Lions 11.8 (74) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 21,129)
Sunday, 21 June (3:20 pm) Geelong 13.11 (89) def. by Melbourne 18.5 (113) Simonds Stadium (crowd: 28,007)
Bye: Collingwood, Essendon, Fremantle, Gold Coast, St Kilda, Sydney

Round 13
When Home Away Venue
Thursday, 25 June (6:10 pm) Fremantle 12.8 (80) def. Collingwood 11.7 (73) Domain Stadium (crowd: 37,145)
Friday, 26 June (7:50 pm) Sydney 11.11 (77) def. by Richmond 14.11 (95) SCG (crowd: 37,579)
Saturday, 27 June (1:40 pm) Hawthorn 16.18 (114) def. Essendon 11.10 (76) MCG (crowd: 62,500)
Saturday, 27 June (4:35 pm) Brisbane Lions 10.9 (69) def. by Adelaide 11.16 (82) Gabba (crowd: 18,146)
Saturday, 27 June (7:20 pm) St Kilda 7.14 (56) def. by Western Bulldogs 9.8 (62) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 26,511)
Sunday, 28 June (3:20 pm) Carlton 14.19 (103) def. Gold Coast 9.15 (69) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 30,207)
Bye: Geelong, Greater Western Sydney, Melbourne, North Melbourne, Port Adelaide, West Coast

Round 14
When Home Away Venue
Thursday, 2 July (7:20 pm) Sydney 14.10 (94) def. Port Adelaide 12.12 (84) SCG (crowd: 28,316)
Friday, 3 July (7:50 pm) Collingwood 12.19 (91) def. by Hawthorn 15.11 (101) MCG (crowd: 75,880)
Saturday, 4 July (1:40 pm) Richmond 10.18 (78) def. Greater Western Sydney 10.9 (69) MCG (crowd: 35,968)
Saturday, 4 July (4:40 pm) Gold Coast 19.11 (125) def. North Melbourne 10.10 (70) Metricon Stadium (crowd: 14,444)
Saturday, 4 July (7:30 pm) Western Bulldogs 9.10 (64) def. Carlton 7.11 (53) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 31,445)
Saturday, 4 July (7:10 pm) Melbourne 9.6 (60) def. by West Coast 16.18 (114) TIO Stadium (crowd: 11,873)
Sunday, 5 July (1:10 pm) Essendon 8.4 (52) def. by St Kilda 25.12 (162) Etihad Stadium (crowd: 38,020)
Sunday, 5 July (2:40 pm) Fremantle 13.6 (84) def. Brisbane Lions 7.6 (48) Domain Stadium (crowd: 32,970)
Sunday, 5 July (cancelled) Adelaide vs. Geelong Adelaide Oval
  • The match between Adelaide and Geelong was cancelled following the death of Adelaide coach Phil Walsh on 3 July, with each team receiving two premiership points. It was the first premiership match ever to be cancelled outright, rather than rescheduled or postponed, in VFL/AFL history.[2][30] Starting times of some other matches were adjusted slightly to accommodate tributes to Walsh.[31]
  • St Kilda recorded its highest score – 25.12 (162) – and greatest winning margin – 110 points – in matches against Essendon.[32]

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AFL Ladder

Team P W
Sydney 22 17
Geelong 22 17
Hawthorn 22 17
Greater Western Sydney 22 16
Adelaide 22 16
West Coast 22 16
Western Bulldogs (P) 22 15
North Melbourne 22 12
St Kilda 22 12
Port Adelaide 22 10
Melbourne 22 10
Collingwood 22 9
Richmond 22 8
Carlton 22 7
Gold Coast 22 6
Fremantle 22 4
Brisbane Lions 22 3
Essendon 22 3
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