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Match Report: Adam - West Coast 2.8.14 defeated Port Adelaide 4.19.8

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West Coast Player Reports

Sore Beau Waters
Spending a fair bit of time as a small forward... trying hard without any sort of touch in his game... 0.1 from 11 possessions
Waters added 3 marks and 3 tackles.

Brad Sheppard
Not giving his backers great hope that he'll play round 1... 12 touches and 2 marks

Chris Masten
Head to head with Pearce... 20 handballs among 28 disposals with 3 marks

Jarrad Oakley-Nicholls
New home, same old JON... 8 possessions and 2 marks with 3 tackles

Mark Nicoski
Kicked 1.0 from 8 disposals in his new role as a small forward
Nicoski also had 2 marks.

Sam Butler
Defensive roles this evening... 14 touches and 4 marks

Luke Shuey
12 handballs among 24 disposals plus a supergoal

Patrick McGinnity
14 handballs among 17 touches with 5 tackles
McGinnity added 2 marks and kicked 0.1.

Darren Glass
At FB on Ebert... 15 disposals and 3 marks

Dean Cox
16 hit outs and 9 possessions with 3 marks
Cox also had 2 tackles.

Mitch Brown
Minding Daniel Stewart... 16 disposals
Brown contributed with 4 grabs, 2 tackles and kicked 1.0.

Thomas Swift
16 touches and 4 marks plus 2 tackles

Josh J. Kennedy
1.1 from 3 grabs and 7 disposals

Mark LeCras
2.1 from 8 possessions on Surjan
LeCras also had 2 marks.

Bradd Dalziell
17 handballs among 22 touches
Dalziell contributed with 3 grabs, 2 tackles and booted 0.1.

Nic Naitanui
23 hit outs and 15 disposals
Naitanui also had kicked 1.0.

Will Schofield
9 possessions and 3 marks

Brett Jones
5 marks and 20 disposals

Ashley Smith
14 disposals and 6 marks

Port Adelaide Player Reports

Justin Westhoff
With no Brogan he stepped up to be the dominant big man across the ground... 23 touches and 7 marks with 3 tackles and 1.0 plus a supergoal

Injured Steven Salopek
His accurate kicking inside 50 has been a highlight of the game... 16 disposals and 2 marks with 2 tackles... left heel iced up in Q4

Cameron Hitchcock
Got better during junk time in the second half... 3.1 from 8 possessions with 3 marks plus a supergoal
Hitchcock also had 2 tackles.

Domenic Cassisi
Head to head with Ebert... 23 disposals including 16 handballs... also 2 marks and 3 tackles with 0.2

Mitch Banner
His numbers are getting too high to ignore... 14 touches and 2 marks plus 5 tackles and 3.0

Nathan Krakouer
Still the designated kicker from halfback... 8 kicks among 10 possessions and 2 marks

Cameron Cloke
Started as #1 ruck... 3 hit outs and 6 possessions plus a bonus 2.0

Jay Nash
His lack of TOG suggest he may not play early... 11 possessions
Nash also had 2 marks.

Daniel Stewart
All of his 1.1 came late... also 4 grabs and 7 possessions

Brett Ebert
First goal... started at FF on Glass... kicked 2.0
Ebert contributed with 7 disposals, 4 marks and 2 tackles.

Paul Stewart
Head to head with Rosa on a wing... 18 possessions
Stewart contributed with 2 grabs, 3 tackles and kicked 1.0.

Scott Harding
16 possessions and 8 tackles plus a nine-pointer
Harding added 2 marks and 1.0.

Brad Ebert
Head to head with Cassisi... 22 possessions
Ebert contributed with 2 marks, 5 tackles and managed 0.1.

Nick Salter
12 possessions and 2 marks with 0.1
Salter also had 4 tackles.

Jacob Surjan
Big job on LeCras... 8 touches
Surjan added 2 marks and 3 tackles.

Kane Cornes
13 handballs among 20 touches
Cornes added 4 marks and 2 tackles.

Jay Schulz
Kicked 2.0 from 5 grabs
Schulz also had 9 disposals.

Jason Davenport
10 possessions and 2.1

Wade Thompson
1.0 from 9 disposals
Thompson added 2 marks and 2 tackles.

Tom Logan
12 disposals and 0.2
Logan added 4 marks and 2 tackles.

Alipate Carlile
Stood Lynch
Carlile also had 8 touches.

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