AFL - Premierships Collection: West Coast Eagles
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Just a few short years after entering the competition in 1987, the west coast eagles emerged as a genuine premiership force. Reaching the grand final for the first time in 1991, they went down to a champion hawthorn side, but all signs suggested that something special was brewing in the west.
They returned to the big dance a year later in 1992, where mick malthouse’s men went one better to claim their maiden flag against the Geelong Cats: Peter Sumich bagging six goals, while wingman Peter Matera won the norm smith medal with five clutch goals and 18 disposals. Along with the likes of skipper John Worsfold, Guy Mckenna, Glenn Jackovich, Dean Kemp and Chris Mainwaring, the eagles would face Geelong again in the 1994 decider, winning their second premiership in three years. A decade later, a new breed of eagles would be involved in two of the most storied grand finals in AFL history, losing a classic nailbiter to arch-rivals Sydney Swans in 2005, but exacting their revenge with a 1-point win in 2006. In 2018, the high-flying eagles proved too powerful for the peers, snatching a victory against Collingwood eagles at the mcg to send their fans in to raptures.
Sit back and enjoy all the memories of the west coast eagle’s three historic premierships, with full grand final replays from 1992, 1994, 2006 and 2018, and official AFL premiers season highlights programs from 2006 and 2018.
|Label||Beyond Home Entertainment|
|Audio||English (Dolby Digital 2.0)|
|Year of Release||2019|
|Primary Format - Movies/TV||DVD|