West Coast Eagles player ratings: Tim Kelly and Nic Naitanui the standouts in loss to Richmond Tigers
Tim Kelly 9.5: Outstanding in the midfield. Had 40 possessions, kicked two goals and won nine clearances.
Nic Naitanui 9: Kicked a great left foot goal and his ruckwork was a reminder of what the Eagles have missed.
Jamie Cripps 8.5: His workrate was a highlight. Kicked three goals from 24 disposals.
Jake Waterman 8: Took 10 marks, kicked a goal and was a constant presence as a forward.
Tom Barrass 7.5: Sacrificed his intercept marking to stop Lynch and kept him to six touches and two goals.
Liam Duggan 7: Gave the team drive off half-back with 361 metres gained.
Shannon Hurn 6.5: Was an important intercept player given Barrass put his focus on stopping Lynch.
Jamaine Jones 6.5: His ability to create from half-back was important and he made things happen.
Jack Redden 6.5: Was good in the midfield with 24 disposals but fell away in the second half.
Jack Darling 6.5: Didn’t have big stats in his 250th game but provided a target and his contests created multiple goals
Andrew Gaff 6: Collected 21 possessions on the wing without being really damaging.
Brady Hough 6: Took another step forward with 21 possessions and his first quarter was really impressive.
Willie Rioli 5: Had a big first term and finished with 15 disposals and one goal.
Liam Ryan 5: Kicked one goal and brought others into the game.
Rhett Bazzo 4.5: Conceded three goals to Riewoldt, but did a pretty good job.
Elliot Yeo 4.5: Pinged a hamstring early in the second half after having another promising start.
Zane Trew 4.5: Booted a goal on debut and built into the contest.
Jack Petruccelle 4.5:The goal he kicked in the final term showed what he can do with his run.
Sam Petrevski-Seton 4: Gave the team a bit when he came on as the sub in the second half.
Josh Rotham 3: Didn’t have a big involvement in defence.
Connor West 3: Hardly touched the ball. Only seven disposals.
Bailey Williams 3: Struggled to impact in the ruck when Naitanui was resting.
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