Eddie Betts and Mitch Robinson of the Blues contest for a mark against Jack Darling of the Eagles during the round 12 AFL match between the West Coast Eagles and the Carlton Blues at Patersons Stadium
Eddie Betts and Mitch Robinson of the Blues contest for a mark against Jack Darling of the Eagles during the round 12 AFL match between the West Coast Eagles and the Carlton Blues at Patersons Stadium Paul Kane - Getty Images

Eagles add to Blues' misery

WEST Coast moved to the top of the ladder with a gritty 10-point win over Carlton at Subiaco Oval on Thursday evening.

The Eagles claimed a 9-2 return from their 11 matches with the 10.19 (79) to 10.9 (69) triumph over the Blues, having trailed by three points at the final change.

The hosts were wayward on goal, with 19 behinds from their scoring shots, but Jack Darling proved a valuable contributor with three majors, two of which came in the fourth quarter.

Lachie Henderson and Matthew Kreuzer managed doubles for the Blues, who now hold a 6-6 record from their 12 appearances.

The Eagles' Eric Mackenzie says the home side refused to panic when the Blues entered the final quarter in front. R

Read the full match report at ABC news online.



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