West Coast – 14.10 (94)
North Melbourne – 16.14 (110)
North Melbourne have helped give captain Brent Harvey a 300th game to remember with a hard fought victory that saw both teams throw everything at the game to come away with the 4 points.
West Coast started off well kicking 5 of the first 6 goals but North’s intensity lifted after Leigh Adams was floored by a beauty of a bump by Beau Waters towards the end of the last quarter.
From then onwards, it was a neck and neck until late in the last quarter when North got out to a 21 point lead.
Key Players for West Coast
Callum Wilson – With his 4 goals to add to his pretty good game against Port, West Coast may have a supporting forward for Josh Kennedy.
Shannon Hurn – 20 disposals with a remarkable 20 kicks. And has you would expect with him, they were used beautifully.
Key Players for North Melbourne
Andrew Swallow – North’s 2009 B&F winner will vote well in this game thanks to his 28 possessions and 3 goals.
Sam Wright – 4.2, many of them at crucial times made his impact on the game pretty important.
Musings from the Match
SuperCoach Points – Highs & Lows
Andrew Swallows excellent game yielded 152 points which was the best score of the game by a fiar bit.
The next best was Scott Thompson with 133 points.
For West Coast, Andrew Embley was the only one to score really well with 132 points.