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West Coast v Richmond
Round 19, 1990
S92r21
Date
Sun, 12 August 1990 (2:10 PM WST)
Venue
Attendance
22,939
Result
Won by 48
Score
WCE 22.21.153 - 16.9.105 RIC
Brownlow
3 G.McKenna (WCE)
2 T.Nichols (RIC)
1 D.Hart (WCE)
Ladder
3rd
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West Coast scored a runaway win over the Tigers, with 12 individual goalscorers contributing to the 48-point victory. David Hart kicked three goals and Guy McKenna two, both from 22 disposals.

SummaryEdit

1/4 time 1/2 time 3/4 time Final
West Coast 3.3.9 10.9.28 15.12.102 22.21.153
Richmond 7.3.45 8.5.53 13.7.85 16.9.105

Goals: Hart, Heady, Langdon, Ugle 3, Lewis, McKenna 2, Kemp, Melesso, Miles, Scott, Turley, Wilson

Best: Hart, Lewis, Melesso, McKenna, Mainwaring, Malaxos, Irving

Injuries: Wilson (jaw)

Records: WCE highest score vs Richmond

Named sideEdit

West Coast Richmond
B: Ugle Brennan Miles B: B.Bower S.James Nixon
HB: McKenna Scott Begovich HB: Banik Gale Maxfield
C: Kemp Lamb Mainwaring C: S.Ryan Smith Knights
HF: Langdon McGrath Turley HF: Egan Francis Lambert
F: Lewis Melesso Hart F: Mitchell Hogg Hamilton
R: Irving Wilson Malaxos R: Lee C.Young Nichols
I: Heady Pyke I: Cloke Czerkaski
E: Keene Waterman Watters E: Scott Goodwin Naish

In: Heady, Pyke

Out: Worsfold (susp), Turner

From the papersEdit

The AgeEdit

"West Coast took the lead midway through the second term, but it was the third quarter, against the breeze, that set it on the way to victory.

Troy Ugle, benched for most of the first half, showed his flair for changing the tide of a game when he kicked three of the Eagles' five goals for the quarter.

Players who were down on form in the first quarter, especially Guy McKenna and Chris Mainwaring, turned the corner to become damaging for the rest of the game."[1]

Players in the WAFLEdit

Round 19 (11 August)

East Fremantle (Lockyer, Waterman, Browning) vs East Perth (Peos)

Subiaco (Keene, Breman, Hutchinson) vs Swan Districts (Rance, Narkle)

West Perth (Gwilliam) vs South Fremantle (Jackson, Watters)

Perth (Barich) vs Claremont (Cormack, Higgins, Mann)

ReferencesEdit

http://afltables.com/afl/stats/games/1990/141819900812.html

  1. Greg Denham, The Age (13 August 1990, p.30), "Eagle Wilson out for season"
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