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Ratings | Round 21 – West Coast v. Carlton

2017-08-12T23:00+10:00

West Coast kept its finals hopes alive by taking care of Carlton in a tightly contested game at Domain Stadium.

Our Inside Football experts take a look at the individual performances of each player...

WEST COAST – 15.10 (100)

Jamie CRIPPS – 6

Kicked three goals in the first term and was the dangerous small forward in LeCras’ absence.

Jack DARLING – 5

Booted two goals and made the most of limited chances in the windy conditions.

Liam DUGGAN – 5

Not the dash that he’s been showing in recent weeks. Had 16 disposals.

Andrew GAFF – 6

Had Kerridge following him. Finished with 24 possessions. Not a huge game but handy.

Shannon HURN – 5

Was composed and marshalled the team in defence. Solid game.

Mark HUTCHINGS – 5

Tagged Sam Docherty for a half and did a strong job of keeping him out of the game.

Lewis JETTA – 5

The Eagles needed more of his break away speed. Only 15 touches.

Josh KENNEDY – 9

Booted six goals and was the difference between the teams.

Eric MACKENZIE – 5

Stood firm under a lot of pressure during the third term.

Jeremy MCGOVERN – 8

Marked strongly all night. Stopped plenty of attacks from the Blues.

Sam MITCHELL – 7

Prominent with his ball winning and skill. Used the ball well in the windy conditions.

Jackson NELSON – 4

Didn’t have much of the ball in defence but worked hard.

Luke PARTINGTON – 3

Kicked one goal but only seven disposals and one tackle. Finding his way.

Drew PETRIE – 5

Laid two massive tackles which changed momentum.

Matt PRIDDIS – 6

His 10 tackles were vital for the Eagles and he won five clearances too. His inside work was strong as usual.

Jack REDDEN – 7

Continued his good recent form to finish with 21 disposals and two goals.

Dom SHEED – 5

Didn’t see as much of the ball as he’d have liked.

Brad SHEPPARD – 6

His run from defence was good and it’s exactly what the team needs.

Luke SHUEY – 7

Had a big final term which played a role in the team winning.

Nathan VARDY – 6

Did well in his contest with Kreuzer. Battled hard all night.

Sharrod WELLINGHAM – 4

Spent time at both ends after being a late inclusion but didn’t do a lot.

Elliot YEO – 8

Damaging storming from defence. His impact was crucial to the team’s win

CARLTON – 12.11 (83)

Dennis ARMFIELD – 4

Had his hands full with Cripps. The Eagle kicked three early goals.

Blaine BOEKHORST – 6

Kicked an amazing goal from the boundary and let the crowd know.

Levi CASBOULT – 5

His final term goal was superb from a tough angle. Kicked two for the game.

Charlie CURNOW – 6

His workrate was high. Won a lot of contested ball.

Sam DOCHERTY – 6

Tagged by Mark Hutchings in the first half. Got released and had more of a say from there.

Zac FISHER – 5

Some nice moments and kicked a goal.

Bryce GIBBS – 8

Kicked a classy goal from the boundary and had 26 disposals. One of the best.

Liam JONES – 4

Started well on Kennedy but lost his way and the Eagle kicked six goals.

Sam KERRIDGE – 6

Followed Gaff for most of the night but won his own ball too.

Matthew KREUZER – 6

Good contest with Vardy. Neither man dominated. Kreuzer won more of the ball.

Jed LAMB – 5

Quiet first half. Got better and kicked one goal.

Marc MURPHY – 8

Fantastic midfield performance. He kicked two goals and had 29 disposals. Led his team well.

Sam PETREVSKI-SETON – 7

With six clearances, six tackles and 19 disposals, it’s clear he’s on his way to being a gun.

Jarrod PICKETT – 6

Only 10 touches but plenty of them were memorable. His speed was important.

Lachie PLOWMAN – 5

Solid across half-back. Got a job done.

Jack SILVAGNI – 5

Kicked two goals after some early errors. Showed character and skill.

Kade SIMPSON – 6

Compiled 22 disposals and was the main avenue from defence.

Billie SMEDTS – 4

A quiet night. Had 11 touches.

Dale THOMAS – 7

Had plenty of the ball and his eight inside 50s gave the team a chance.

Jacob WEITERING – 6

Solid performance against Jack Darling. Marked well too.

Tom WILLIAMSON – 4

Barely sighted in the second half.

Matthew WRIGHT – 6

Set up his teammates for shots at goal. No scores himself from 17 touches.

Inside Football AFL Player Ratings West Coast Eagles Carlton

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