West Coast accounted for the bottom-placed Bears and strengthened their finals position in 1990's penultimate round. Chris Lewis continued his good form with 38 possessions and three goals and David Hart was also a strong contributor with 31 disposals and a goal.
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Goals: Sumich 4, Lewis 3, McGrath 2, Hart, Heady, Malaxos, Turley, Waterman
Best: Lewis, Malaxos, Rance, McGrath, McKenna, Worsfold, Langdon
Injuries: Sumich (hamstring)
Records: Brisbane lowest score vs WCE
Milestones: Narkle final appearance
In: Rance, Worsfold, McGrath, Watters, Turner
From the papersEdit
"Rance, who played the first 14 games of the year, was cast aside after the Eagles' 26-point loss to Collingwood in round 14, but has now seemingly guaranteed himself a spot for the finals.
His gritty comeback to bolster the Eagles' backline was perhaps the only positive aspect - the four critical premiership points aside - to come out of the Eagles' eight-hour journey on Saturday via Adelaide and Sydney.
The 7286 spectactors at the game had to endure a blustery wind, an inept performance from the home team and some of the most difficult-to-follow umpiring of the year.
Certainly, there was nothing to inspire West Coast confidence with the finals two weeks away."
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Round 21 (25 August)
East Perth (Peos) vs South Fremantle
- ↑ Peter Blucher, The Age (27 August 1990, p.28), "Rance the bright spot in dull Eagles win"
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