2010 West Coast Eagles season

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West Coast Eagles
2010 season
President Mark Barnaba
Coach John Worsfold
Captain(s) Darren Glass
Home ground Subiaco Oval
Pre-season competition Quarter-finals
AFL season 16th (last)
Finals series Did not compete
Best & Fairest Mark LeCras
Leading goalkicker Mark LeCras (63)
Highest home attendance 40 886 vs. Fremantle, 2 May
Lowest home attendance 26 976 vs. Adelaide, 10 July
Average home attendance 34 931

The 2010 season was the West Coast Eagles' 24th season in the AFL. The Eagles finished 16th and last to record their first wooden spoon in the competition, just four years after their premiership season of 2006. West Coast played 22 games, including 12 at Subiaco Oval, winning just four and losing the remaining eighteen.[1]

Pre-season[edit]

Trades[edit]

West Coast was involved in one trade before the 2010 season - a three-way trade involving Brisbane Lions and Sydney. West Coast traded Brent Staker and draft picks 39 and 55 to Brisbane in exchange for Bradd Dalziell, and then traded Mark Seaby to Sydney in exchange for draft picks 22 and 118. Sydney then traded Amon Buchanan to Brisbane in exchange for pick 28.

Draft selections[edit]

7 - Brad Sheppard (East Fremantle)
22 - Gerrick Weedon (Claremont)
23 - Koby Stevens (Gippsland Power)
5 - Ryan Neates (Claremont)
11 - Lewis Broome (Claremont)
27 - Andrew Strijk (West Perth)
40 - Ashton Hams (South Fremantle)
53 - Jarrad Oakley-Nicholls (Richmond)

NAB Cup[edit]

Home team's score listed in bold.

Round Date Score Opponent Opponent's Score Result Venue Attendance
1 Friday, 12 February 5:40pm 1.16.12 (117) Essendon 0.12.10 (82) Won by 35 points Subiaco Oval 23 860
QF Saturday, 27 February 5:40pm 2.8.14 (80) Port Adelaide 4.19.8 (158) Lost by 78 points Subiaco Oval 16 231

List[edit]

Squad[edit]

West Coast Eagles
Senior list Rookie list Coaching staff

Head coach



Legend:
  • (c) Captain
  • (vc) Vice captain


Leadership group[edit]

The leadership group was composed of the captain Darren Glass, Dean Cox, Shannon Hurn, Josh Kennedy, Matt Priddis, Adam Selwood and Beau Waters. During the games when Glass was injured, all of these players rotated the captaincy.

Results[edit]

Home team's score listed in bold:

Round Date Score Opponent Opponent's Score Result Venue Attendance
1 Saturday, 27 March 7:10pm 12.10 (82) Brisbane Lions 16.18 (114) Lost by 32 points The Gabba 29 201
2 Saturday, 3 April 5:40pm 12.14 (86) Port Adelaide 13.11 (89) Lost by 3 points Subiaco Oval 37 010
3 Saturday, 10 April 2:10pm 12.10 (82) North Melbourne 17.14 (116) Lost by 34 points Etihad Stadium 18 394
4 Friday, 16 April 6:40pm 15.11 (101) Essendon 11.12 (78) Won by 23 points Subiaco Oval 38 676
5 Sunday, 24 April 2:15pm 9.9 (63) Sydney 17.13 (115) Lost by 52 points SCG 28 422
6 Sunday, 2 May 2:40pm 10.13 (73) Fremantle 17.9 (111) Lost by 38 points Subiaco Oval 40 886
7 Saturday, 8 May 1:10pm 15.12 (102) Hawthorn 14.10 (94) Won by 8 points Subiaco Oval 35 864
8 Saturday, 15 May 2:10pm 10.15 (75) Melbourne 6.10 (46) Won by 29 points MCG 28 592
9 Sunday, 23 May 2:40pm 8.8 (56) St Kilda 13.13 (91) Lost by 37 points Subiaco Oval 36 244
10 Sunday, 30 May 2:10pm 11.10 (76) Carlton 15.15 (105) Lost by 29 points Etihad Stadium 29 175
11 Saturday, 5 June 5:40pm 14.14 (98) Geelong 18.14 (122) Lost by 24 points Subiaco Oval 33 784
12 Sunday, 13 June 1:10pm 11.11 (77) Richmond 19.12 (126) Lost by 49 points MCG 30 870
13 Sunday, 20 June 2:40pm 9.5 (59) Western Bulldogs 17.17 (119) Lost by 60 points Subiaco Oval 34 280
14 Saturday, 3 July 7:10pm 7.10 (52) Collingwood 20.15 (135) Lost by 83 points Etihad Stadium 38 781
15 Saturday, 10 July 1:10pm 14.11 (95) Adelaide 17.15 (117) Lost by 22 points Subiaco Oval 26 976
16 Saturday, 17 July 7:10pm 20.12 (132) Essendon 14.16 (100) Won by 32 points Etihad Stadium 26 991
17 Saturday, 24 July 5:40pm 11.17 (83) Carlton 15.19 (109) Lost by 26 points Subiaco Oval 35 925
18 Sunday, 1 August 2:40pm 13.7 (85) Fremantle 24.16 (160) Lost by 75 points Subiaco Oval 40 451
19 Saturday, 7 August 5:40pm 9.11 (65) Brisbane Lions 10.10 (70) Lost by 5 points Subiaco Oval 32 587
20 Saturday, 14 August 7:10pm 8.12 (60) Port Adelaide 8.13 (61) Lost by 1 point AAMI Stadium 14 113
21 Sunday, 22 August 2:40 pm 14.10 (94) North Melbourne 16.14 (110) Lost by 16 points Subiaco Oval 32 007
22 Saturday, 28 July 5:40 pm 10.8 (68) Geelong 16.16 (112) Lost by 44 points Skilled Stadium 24 099

Source: AFL Tables

Awards[edit]

League awards[edit]

Club awards[edit]

The 2010 West Coast Eagles Club Champion Awards were held on Saturday, 11 September at the Burswood Entertainment Complex. Mark LeCras was named Club Champion, Mark Nicoski received the Best Clubman award and Nic Naitanui was awarded Rookie of the Year. Mark LeCras was also leading goal-kicker, kicking 63 goals for the year. Josh Kennedy was next, with 41 goals.[6] The voting for the Club Champion Award went as follows:[7]

2010 Club Champion
Position Name Votes
1 Mark LeCras 294
2 Matt Priddis 286
3 Beau Waters 281
4 Dean Cox 271
5 Nic Naitanui 252
6 Josh Kennedy 251
7 Matt Rosa 247
8 Andrew Embley 246
9 Brad Ebert 241
10 Scott Selwood 227

Season records and milestones[edit]

Team records[edit]

Source: AFL Tables

Player records[edit]

Source: West Coast Eagles 2010 Statistics

Milestones[edit]

Debuts[edit]

Ladder[edit]

2010 AFL Ladder
Team P W L D PF PA  % Pts
1 Collingwood (P) 22 17 4 1 2349 1658 141.68 70
2 Geelong 22 17 5 0 2518 1702 147.94 68
3 St Kilda 22 15 6 1 1935 1591 121.62 62
4 Western Bulldogs 22 14 8 0 2174 1734 125.37 56
5 Sydney 22 13 9 0 2017 1863 108.27 52
6 Fremantle 22 13 9 0 2168 2087 103.88 52
7 Hawthorn 22 12 9 1 2044 1847 110.67 50
8 Carlton 22 11 11 0 2143 1983 108.07 44
9 North Melbourne 22 11 11 0 1930 2208 87.41 44
10 Port Adelaide 22 10 12 0 1749 2123 82.38 40
11 Adelaide 22 9 13 0 1763 1870 94.28 36
12 Melbourne 22 8 13 1 1863 1971 94.52 34
13 Brisbane Lions 22 7 15 0 1775 2158 82.25 28
14 Essendon 22 7 15 0 1930 2402 80.35 28
15 Richmond 22 6 16 0 1714 2348 73.00 24
16 West Coast 22 4 18 0 1773 2300 77.09 16
Key: P = Played, W = Won, L = Lost, D = Drawn, PF = Points for, PA = Points against

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