West Coast Eagles

West Coast EaglesThe West Coast Eagles became the first Western Australian team to join the AFL in 1987 and quickly established themselves as a successful side. In 1992 they became the first non-Victorian team in history to win the premiership, and have since won two more.

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Entering 2016 as premiership favourites, West Coast overcame an ordinary first half of the season to storm towards the finals with nine wins from their last ten games. The qualifying final was a disaster however, with the Eagles humiliated by the Bulldogs at home in a 47-point loss.

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Senior coach: Adam Simpson
Captain: Shannon Hurn
2016 finish: 6th (7th after finals)
2016 best and fairest: Luke Shuey
2016 leading goalkicker: Josh Kennedy (82)
Premierships: 1992, 1994, 2006

2017 Team List
Sam Mitchell, Mark LeCras, Andrew Gaff, Dom Sheed, Brad Sheppard, Elliot Yeo, Chris Masten, Jack Redden, Nic Naitanui, Tom Lamb, Matt Priddis, Sharrod Wellingham, Luke Shuey, Liam Duggan, Jamie Cripps, Eric Mackenzie, Josh Kennedy, Daniel Venables, Nathan Vardy, Jeremy McGovern, Drew Petrie, Jonathan Giles, Lewis Jetta, Luke Partington, Shannon Hurn, Sam Butler, Jack Darling, Thomas Cole, Scott Lyecett, Jackson Nelson, Will Schofield, Simon Tunbridge, Josh Hill, Mark Hutchings, Josh Rotham, Fraser McInnes, Thomas Barrass, Kurt Mutimer, Malcolm Karpany, Thomas Gorter, Jordan Snadden, Tarir Bayok, Matthew Allen, Willie Rioli, Jake Waterman, Paddy Brophy, Francis Watson

Josh J Kennedy West Coast Eagles AFL 2016

Last updated: 30 March, 2017

West Coast Eagles Articles

Magnificent Melbourne win over West Coast in last-minute heist

Magnificent Melbourne win over West Coast in last-minute heist

by , 24 Jun 2017

Melbourne have pulled off a sensational last minute win over the West Coast Eagles at Subiaco.

West Coast Eagles vs Melbourne Demons Highlights: AFL live scores, blog

West Coast Eagles vs Melbourne Demons Highlights: AFL live scores, blog

by , 24 Jun 2017 Video

Match result: Melbourne have pulled off a sensational last minute win over the West Coast Eagles at Subiaco.

Eagle Josh Kennedy in race against time

Eagle Josh Kennedy in race against time

by , 20 Jun 2017

West Coast coach Adam Simpson says Josh Kennedy is no guarantee to return for Saturday night’s crunch clash with Melbourne at Domain Stadium.

AFL Round 13: Will the real top four contenders please stand up?

AFL Round 13: Will the real top four contenders please stand up?

by , 19 Jun 2017 Popular article!

There are three games of significance on this final bye weekend, all with a common theme: does anyone want one of the very available top-four spots?

West Coast Eagles vs Geelong Cats: AFL live scores, blog

West Coast Eagles vs Geelong Cats: AFL live scores, blog

by , 15 Jun 2017 Video

The West Coast Eagles and Geelong Cats will clash at Domain Stadium with both teams fresh off the bye looking to jump start their second half of the season. Join The Roar for live scores and a blog of the match starting from 8:10pm (AEST).

Eagles struggles may tempt Mitchell into retirement sooner

Eagles struggles may tempt Mitchell into retirement sooner

by , 15 Jun 2017

A continuation of West Coast’s patchy AFL form and his growing interest in coaching could tempt veteran midfielder Sam Mitchell into retirement.

West Coast Eagles vs Geelong Cats live stream: How to watch AFL Round 13 online and on TV

West Coast Eagles vs Geelong Cats live stream: How to watch AFL Round 13 online and on TV

by , 15 Jun 2017

The opening match of Round 13 in the AFL will see the West Coast Eagles do battle with the Geelong Cats at Domain Stadium. The first bounce is scheduled for Thursday, June 15 at 8:10pm (AEST) – 6:10pm (local).

Thursday Night Forecast: West Coast Eagles v Geelong Cats

Thursday Night Forecast: West Coast Eagles v Geelong Cats

by , 15 Jun 2017

We’ve all been marvelling at the evenness of this AFL season, and one of the noticeable traits that’s becoming evident is how hard it is to identify a “match of the round”.

Round 11: Fewer games, greater impact, and the ladder is once again in flux

Round 11: Fewer games, greater impact, and the ladder is once again in flux

by , 5 Jun 2017

Only six games on the slate, yet Round 11 will prove to be a most revealing weekend of football. Many theories were confirmed, and most of the weekend’s winners will take more than four points from their performance.

Woeful West Coast are pretenders and nothing else

Woeful West Coast are pretenders and nothing else

by , 5 Jun 2017

I am tired of listening to the rhetoric offered up by the likes of Matt Priddis, Shannon Hurn, and to a lesser extent Adam Simpson, about the form of the West Coast Eagles.


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