The Eagles play the Brisbane Lions at the Gabba in the first round of the 2019 West Coast Eagles fixture and they host Hawthorn at Optus Oval in the final match of the home and away season.
Three Friday night matches and one Thursday night game awaits the Eagles in 2019, along with a Grand Final rematch against Collingwood in Round 3 at the MCG. They play six of their last ten matches at home and have the bye in Round 13.
Double up matches for the Eagles include Collingwood, Melbourne, Hawthorn, Adelaide Crows and Fremantle.
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The West Coast Eagles home and away fixture can be found below.
|1||Sat||Mar-23||Away||Brisbane Lions||The Gabba||8:20pm|
|7||Sat||May-04||Home||Gold Coast Suns||Optus||8:10pm|
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The West Coast Eagles captured the 2018 AFL Premiership defeating Collingwood by 5 points in a thrilling grand final. They finished 2nd on the ladder during the home and away season with 16 wins.
In the finals series they defeated Collingwood (Qualifying Final) by 16 points and Melbourne (Preliminary Final) by 66 points, both in Perth, before heading to Melbourne to beat Collingwood again by 5 pints in the 2018 AFL Grand Final to become premiers.
Ladder: 2nd - 22: 16-6-0 (64 pts)
2018 Grand FInal Result
West Coast Eagles 79 - 74 Collingwood
MCG - Saturday 29th September 2018
Most Kicks: Andrew Gaff 414
Most Handballs: Matthew Priddis 341
Most Disposals: Andrew Gaff 713
Most Marks: Jeremy McGovern 192
Most Goals: Joshua Kennedy 69
Most Hitouts: Nathan Vardy 518
Elliot Yeo took out the 2018 John Worsfold Medal with 273 votes to make it back-to-back best and fairest wins for the West Coast Eagles It's a remarkable achievement for Yeo, espcially with the club winning the premiership this year. Jack Redden was runner-up with 231, followed by the ever reliable Shannon Hurn on 222.
1st: Elliot Yeo - 273 votes
2nd: Jack Redden - 231 votes
3rd: Shannon Hurn - 222 votes
Next: Jamie Cripps 218, Andrew Gaff 216, Jeremy McGovern 202, Mark Hutchings 185, Brad Sheppard 184, Jack Darling 182, Willie Rioli 176.
Suspension following his Round 20 brain fade cost West Coast Eagles star Andrew Gaff Gaff a premiership, and he also polled most votes in the 2018 Brownlow Medal for the Eagles, despite being ineligible for the award. Elliot Yeo 15 and Jack Darling 11 followed Gaff in second and third place respectively. The club itself amassed a total of 81 votes, fifth best in the count.
Top 3: Andrew Gaff (ineligible) 16, Elliot Yeo 15, Jack Darling 11
Next: Jack Redden 10, Jeremy McGovern 6, Shannon Hurn 6, Luke Shuey 6, Josh Kennedy 4, Dom Sheed 3, Jamie Cripps 3, Chris Masten 1
Eagles 2018 Brownlow Medal total: 81
Magpies 96, Demons 93, Hawks 90, Cats 88, Eagles 81, Tigers 78, Giants 76, Swans 71, Crows 69, Roos 68, Bombers 65, Port 62, Dockers 56, Bulldogs 47, Lions 45, Blues 37, Saints 35, Suns 31.
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