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Hawthorn v West Coast
Round 14, 1995
S87r05
Date
Sat, 8 July 1995 (2:10 PM EST)
Attendance
19,373
Result
Won by 41
Score
WCE 14.13.97 - 8.8.56 HAW
Brownlow
3 J.Ball (WCE)
2 C.Lewis (WCE)
1 C.Waterman (WCE)
Ladder
6th
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West Coast returned to form with a handy win over Hawthorn, increasing their lead at every change to cruise to a 41 point victory. The returning Craig Turley was instrumental with four goals and Peter Matera kicked two from 29 disposals.

Summary[]

1/4 time 1/2 time 3/4 time Final
Hawthorn 1.3.9 4.4.28 6.7.43 8.8.56
West Coast 2.4.16 8.6.54 11.10.76 14.13.97

Goals: Turley 4, Ball, Matera, Metropolis 2, Kemp, McIntosh, Pyke, Waterman

Best: Lewis, Waterman, Matera, Ball, Jakovich, McKenna, Lyle, Turley, Worsfold

Injuries: Turnbull (knee)

Named sides[]

West Coast Hawthorn
B: 36.Hart 11.McIntosh 12.White B: 5.Collins 24.Langford 20.Maginness
HB: 24.Worsfold 27.Jakovich 17.McKenna HB: 26.Cooper 34.Graham 30.Woods
C: 30.Matera 2.Kemp 16.Symmons C: 27.Barnard 11.Jarman 9.Crawford
HF: 39.Waterman 26.Ball 37.Lyle HF: 22.Hargreaves 25.J.Taylor 17.Hudson
F: 28.Lewis 19.Langdon 8.Metropolis F: 13.Dear 8.Minton-Connell 15.Harford
R: 50.Turnbull 10.Pyke 6.Banfield R: 12.Lawrence 29.Tallis 44.Platten
I: 35.Blurton 25.Gehrig 7.Turley I: 16.Bone 28.McDonald 6.R.Taylor
E: 22.Hynes 40.Downsborough 9.Wilson E: 14.Bunn 35.Gibson 1.Jencke

In: McIntosh, Turley, Metropolis, Gehrig

Out: Brennan (hamstring), Dunstan (arm), Wilson, Downsborough

From the papers[]

The Sunday Age[]

"West Coast coach Mick Malthouse noted after the match that the Eagles had not lost two games on end for two years. It seemed a record they were keen to protect right from the start. And the catalysts were everywhere.

The most obvious was in the middle, where Chris Lewis glided through traffic with ease, running and creating chances for his teammates, and reaping in an impressive 29 possessions, even if it meant conceding some space to his opposite number Darren Jarman.

But the Eagles could afford it. They had plenty of others to go around. Equalling Lewis' contribution was Chris Waterman, who ended up with 29 touches also. He was brilliant early, looked a critical loss in the second quarter when cleaned up in a marking contest, but returned a term later with scarcely any less effect.

Then there was those who just got better the longer the game lasted. Peter Matera looked very short of a gallop against Geelong last week. By siren time yesterday, he looked cherry ripe after 29 possessions, two goals and a spirited battle with Hawthorn's Shane Crawford."[1]

Canberra Times[]

"Versatile young star Ashley Mcintosh returned for his first game in 11 weeks and, while he did not dominate at full-forward, he will be a lot better for the outing.

Champion wingman Peter Matera, who has struggled for much of the season with a knee injury, played his best game for weeks, amassing 29 possessions and booting two goals from his wing.

And tough midfielder Chris Lewis, whose form has been up and down this season, was superb in the centre, gathering 29 touches.

The Eagles' defence was also back to its usual miserly self, allowing Hawthorn just eight goals for the game, while youngsters Fraser Gehrig and Brayden Lyle continue to show rapid improvement."[2]

Players in the WAFL[]

Round 13 (8 July)

West Perth (Downsborough) vs Claremont

East Fremantle vs Subiaco (Schofield, Godden, Heatley)

Perth (Sikora, Robbins, Dyer) vs South Fremantle (Hynes)

East Perth (Peos) vs Swan Districts

Injury list[]

In the lead-up to the match the following players were listed as injured or unavailable:[3]

Player Injury Expected duration
Mainwaring Shoulder 3 weeks
J.Spinks Knee 3 weeks
Brennan Hamstring 2 weeks
Dunstan Arm 1-2 weeks
Heady Shoulder 1 week
Sumich Quadriceps 1 week
Godden Shoulder Test
Harding Knee Test
Hynes Back Test
B.Spinks Ankle Test
Wilson Hamstring Test
Evans Ankle Test
Bond Ankle Test
Metropolis Knee Available

References[]

http://afltables.com/afl/stats/games/1995/101819950708.html

  1. Rohan Connolly, The Sunday Age (9 July 1995, p.SPORT16), "Eagles too good for the Hawks"
  2. Canberra Times (9 July 1995, p.14), "Eagles break their slumber to play at powerful best": https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/128286441/14187137
  3. The Age (5 July 1995, p.35), "AFL injury list"
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