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West Coast v Carlton
Round 7, 1994
S87r16
Date
Sun, 8 May 1994 (4:15 PM WST)
Venue
Attendance
26,676
Result
Won by 66
Score
WCE 16.19.115 - 6.13.49 CAR
Brownlow
3 C.Mainwaring (WCE)
2 P.Wilson (WCE)
1 D.Pyke (WCE)
Ladder
2nd
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West Coast thrashed a lacklustre Carlton by 11 goals to strengthen their hold on a top-two position on the ladder. Chris Mainwaring had a team-high 26 possessions and Chris Lewis kicked three majors from his 18 disposals.

Summary[]

1/4 time 1/2 time 3/4 time Final
West Coast 5.9.39 10.12.72 13.16.94 16.19.115
Carlton 1.2.8 4.4.28 5.8.38 6.13.49

Goals: Heady, Hynes, Lewis 3, McIntosh 2, Mainwaring, Matera, McKenna, Pyke, Spinks

Best: Mainwaring, Heady, Wilson, Lewis, Brennan, Waterman

Injuries: Hart (concussion)

Records: Carlton lowest score vs WCE

Named sides[]

West Coast Carlton
B: 36.Hart 14.Brennan 17.McKenna B: 39.Christou 1.Silvagni 5.McKay
HB: 24.Worsfold 27.Jakovich 39.Waterman HB: 35.Dean 14.Sexton 13.Hanna
C: 30.Matera 5.Lamb 3.Mainwaring C: 7.Ratten 2.Williams 31.Alvin
HF: 22.Hynes 29.Spinks 28.Lewis HF: 21.Bradley 18.Cook 20.Brown
F: 20.Bond 11.McIntosh 1.Heady F: 8.Bond 4.S.Kernahan 10.Mitchell
R: 50.Turnbull 2.Kemp 10.Pyke R: 44.Madden 33.Hogg 17.Heaver
I: 26.Ball 6.Banfield 9.Wilson I: 43.Koutoufides 3.Oliver 15.Lynn
E: 7.Turley 33.Godden 37.Lyle E: 12.Gleeson 32.Whitehead 22.Powell
25.Walker 26.Harrison

In: Ball, Matera

Out: Sumich (hamstring), Godden

Late change: (CAR) Powell for Dean

From the papers[]

The Age[]

"Inaccurate kicking restricted the winning margin as the Eagles made light of the absence of their number one goal-scorer, full-forward Peter Sumich, and overran Carlton's defence.

The only Blues winner in the backline was centre half-back Michael Sexton, who saw promising rookie Brett Spinks off the field.

Carlton's day began disastrously when it lost Brett Ratten eight minutes into the game. He was on crutches after the match with a strained medial ligament.

His job of minding damaging Eagles half-forward Brett Heady fell to Tony Lynn. Heady was one of the Eagles' main weapons up forward and his three goals could easily have been six."[1]

Canberra Times[]

"For the second week in a row, wingman Chris Mainwaring was the Eagles' leading contributor.

Mainwaring, who had 21 kicks for the match, was the instigator of West Coast's brilliant first half, in which they booted 10 goals to the Blues' four and successfully shadowed dangerous Carlton players Craig Bradley, Stephen Kernahan and Stephen Oliver.

Lewis and Heady also lifted their influence with added goal-kicking responsibilities.

And when Hynes kicked two and Lewis booted three goals in the time-on period of the second term, the Eagles had established a match winning 44-point lead at half-time."[2]

WAFL[]

Round 6 (7 May)

West Perth (Turley, Symmons) vs Perth (Gehrig)

East Perth (Lyle, Walker) vs Subiaco (Metropolis, Connell, Schofield, Godden, Hampson, Heatley, Thomson)

Claremont vs East Fremantle

South Fremantle 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
White Groin 4-6 weeks
Krummel Knee 4-6 weeks
Clape Broken arm 4-6 weels
Sumich Hamstring 4 weeks
Harding Knee 3-4 weeks
Evans Foot 2 weeks
Matera Concussion Test

References[]

http://afltables.com/afl/stats/games/1994/031819940508.html

  1. Tania Armstrong, The Age (9 May 1994, p.35), "Eagles soar as the Blues rush to regroup"
  2. Canberra Times (9 May 1994, p.27), "Sumich missed, but Eagles still triumph": http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/118210526/13355229
  3. The Age (4 May 1994, p.34), "AFL injury list"
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