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Eagles clip the Crows’ wings.

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The West Coast Eagles have registered back to back wins in a dominant performance against the Adelaide Crows.

The Crows barely threatened the Eagles throughout the game as they searched for their first win of the season.

The Coates Hire player to watch Tim Kelly was influential in the middle for West Coast in the absence of Luke Shuey still recovering from a hamstring injury. Kelly finished the game with 24 disposals.

The Eagles will now head home and start their 14 day quarantine period and prepare for the July 19 Western Derby. The Fremantle Dockers will be fierce competitors after a huge come from behind win against St Kilda earlier in the day.

The final score Eagles defeat Adelaide by 33 points 10.7 (67) to 5.4 (34).

Tim Kelly spoke with Karl Langdon, Mark Readings and Glen Jakovich after the game. Hear what he had to say about heading home for quarantine, how the Eagles will prepare for Derby 51 and why Nic Naitanui handed Reilly O’Brien a new mobile phone post match.

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