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Richmond v West Coast
Round 3, 1994
S94r03
Pyke was among West Coast's best. Photo: aflphotos.com.au
Date
Sat, 9 April 1994 (2:08 PM EST)
Venue
Attendance
19,609
Result
Won by 96
Score
WCE 20.15.135 - 5.9.39 RIC
Brownlow
3 A.McIntosh (WCE)
2 P.Matera (WCE)
1 D.Kemp (WCE)
Ladder
4th
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West Coast put a hapless Richmond to the sword, piling on a dozen goals to halftime and holding Richmond to just five goals for the match to record a massive win. Don Pyke led West Coast with 32 possessions and Dean Kemp had 25 touches and a goal.

Summary[]

1/4 time 1/2 time 3/4 time Final
Richmond 2.0.12 3.4.22 4.5.29 5.9.39
West Coast 5.4.34 12.7.79 16.10.106 20.15.135

Goals: Sumich 5, Heady, Lewis 3, Bond, Spinks, Wilson 2, Hart, Kemp, Matera

Best: Jakovich, Matera, Pyke, McIntosh, Kemp, Bond

Injuries: Nil

Records: WCE biggest win vs Richmond, Richmond lowest score vs WCE

Named sides[]

West Coast Richmond
B: 36.Hart 11.McIntosh 14.Brennan B: 35.Bond 21.Bulluss 3.Kellaway
HB: 24.Worsfold 27.Jakovich 17.McKenna HB: 11.M.Gale 13.Francis 5.Tape
C: 30.Matera 10.Pyke 3.Mainwaring C: 4.Rogers 33.Knights 32.Robins
HF: 1.Heady 29.Spinks 28.Lewis HF: 20.Elliott 25.B.Gale 9.Campbell
F: 20.Bond 4.Sumich 50.Turnbull F: 2.Dundas 12.Richardson 6.Naish
R: 23.Harding 7.Turley 2.Kemp R: 13.G.Dear 17.Broderick 30.Free
I: 6.Banfield 32.Clape 9.Wilson I: 26.Leys 27.Maxfield 41.Turner
E: 40.Hampson 38.Symmons E: 15.Banik 8.Hernaman

In: Clape

Out: Waterman

From the papers[]

The Sunday Age[]

"West Coast's dominance started in the centre of the ground where ruckmen Paul Harding and Ryan Turnbull outmuscled Greg Dear, who seemed lethargic after being knocked out against the Bears.

The Eagles' on-ballers, notably Dean Kemp and Don Pyke took advantage, to the point where the players they had been minding (a rotating cast that included Matthew Knights, Tony Free, Chris Naish and Campbell) ended up chasing them.

But the day's bonus for Malthouse was the good form of young forward Shane Bond. With Bond's emergence and the improvement of centre half-forward Brett Spinks (quiet yesterday), there are two new dimensions to the forward line."[1]

Canberra Times[]

"Apart from Jakovich and Bond, the Eagles were well served by Peter Matera, Ashley Mcintosh and Dean Kemp, arid Peter Sumich kicked five goals and Brett Heady three.

Paul Broderick was easily the best for Richmond with captain Tony Free and Matthew Knights turning in respectable efforts.

But the failure to get the ball past the ever-present Jakovich kept the league's leading goal kicker after two rounds, Matthew Richardson, down to a solitary goal."[2]

WAFL[]

Round 2 (9-10 April)

Subiaco (Lamb, Metropolis, Schofield, Connell, Hampson, Heatley, Thomson) vs Claremont

East Perth (Lyle) vs East Fremantle (Waterman)

Swan Districts vs Perth (Gehrig)

South Fremantle vs West Perth (Symmons)

Injury list[]

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

Player Injury Expected duration
White Groin 6 weeks
Krummel Knee 5-6 weeks
Langdon Suspension 1 week
Evans Foot Test
Godden Ankle Test
Connell Ankle Test

References[]

http://afltables.com/afl/stats/games/1994/141819940409.html

  1. Richard Hinds, The Sunday Age (10 April 1994, p.SPORT15), "Ruthless Eagles bear talons"
  2. Canberra Times (10 April 1994, p.14), "Jakovich stars in Eagles easy win": http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/118112410/13353874
  3. The Age (6 April 1994, p.34), "AFL injury list"
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